Washburn quarterback Dane Simoneau and Pittsburg State linebacker Nate Dreiling were both chosen to The Associated Press Little All-America team.
The Little All-America team honors players from NCAA Divisions II and III, and NAIA.
Simoneau passed for 4,089 yards and 38 touchdowns, leading Washburn to a 10-3 season and a spot in the NCAA Division II playoffs.
Dreiling is the leading tackler for the Gorillas, who play in the Division II title game today.
Jonas Randolph of Mars Hill College, who won the Harlon Hill Trophy as the top player in Division II on Friday, rushed for 2,170 yards.
Pittsburg State sophomore John Brown was chosen second team all-purpose player. Friends junior Dexter Davis was chosen as a third-team defensive lineman.
Joining Randolph in the backfield was running back Levell Coppage of Wisconsin-Whitewater, which beat Mount Union for the Division III title Friday night.
The other running back on the first team was Hillsdale's Joe Glendening, who is second in Division II in rushing with 1,600 yards and has scored 31 touchdowns, tops in the nation.
Wayne State, which plays Pittsburg State for the Division II championship, placed two players on the first-team: offensive tackle Joe Long and defensive back Jeremy Jones.
The punter was Randy Weich of Wayne State College in Nebraska.