Selected on the offensive side are quarterbacks Kurt Rawlings of Yale and EJ Perry of Brown.
From the Ivy League release (LINK):
A three-time unanimous First Team All-Ivy honoree, Traynor led Dartmouth and ranked third in the Ivy League with 75 tackles. The Lake Forest, Ill., native also added 4.5 tackles for loss, 0.5 sacks, a League-high two fumble recoveries and two interceptions—including a pick-six—during his senior campaign. The linebacker propelled a Dartmouth defensive unit that allowed just 12.40 points per game—second in the FCS for the second-straight season—and just 320.9 yards per game—14th in the FCS. Traynor, one of 13 two-time captains in Big Green program history, finishes his career with 270 tackles, 11th on the team’s all-time charts. In the classroom, Traynor is an engineering major that claim a 3.68 GPA. He is a two-time Academic All-Ivy and FCS Athletic Directors Association Academic All-Star selection.Dartmouth defensive back Isiah Swann was last year's defensive Bushnell winner. Princeton quarterback John Lovett was the offensive winner.
The winners will be announced Monday in a presentation at the New York Hilton Midtown starting at 12:30 p.m.
Green Alert Take: Conspiracy theorists – and I know you are out there because I've heard from you – have at it. And we're not talking on the defensive side.