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Big Ten Announces Football All-Conference Teams for Offense

by | Nov 29, 2017 | Football Blogs, RRSN News | 0 comments

The Big Ten Conference announced the 2017 All-Big Ten football honorees on offense on Wednesday. A total of 34 students were selected to either of the All-Big Ten teams picked by the coaches and media, while another 41 students were awarded honorable mention status.

The Big Ten postseason awards are voted on by conference coaches and a select media panel and honors teams, coaches and students with individual awards that each bear the names of one or two former standouts. The Dungy-Thompson Humanitarian and Ford-Kinnick Leadership awards were announced last week.

The All-Big Ten teams and individual awards are being announced based on the following schedule:

  • Tuesday, November 28: All-Big Ten teams (Defense and Special Teams) and Big Ten Sportsmanship Award Honorees
  • Wednesday, November 29: All-Big Ten teams (Offense)
  • Thursday, November 30: Big Ten individual awards

A complete list of the 2017 All-Big Ten teams for offense can be found on the attached PDF.

 

2017 All-Big Ten Football Offense – Coaches
POSITION FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM THIRD TEAM
Quarterback J.T. Barrett, Ohio State Trace McSorley, Penn State Clayton Thorson, Northwestern
Running Back Saquon Barkley, Penn State Justin Jackson, Northwestern Akrum Wadley, Iowa
Running Back Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin J.K. Dobbins, Ohio State Karan Higdon, Michigan
Receiver Simmie Cobbs Jr., Indiana Stanley Morgan Jr., Nebraska Felton Davis III, Michigan State
Receiver DJ Moore, Maryland DaeSean Hamilton, Penn State Parris Campbell, Ohio State
Center Billy Price, Ohio State Brian Allen, Michigan State Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin
Guard Michael Jordan, Ohio State Sean Welsh, Iowa David Beedle, Michigan State
Guard Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin Ben Bredeson, Michigan Tommy Doles, Northwestern
Tackle Jamarco Jones, Ohio State Mason Cole, Michigan Isaiah Prince, Ohio State
Tackle Michael Deiter, Wisconsin David Edwards, Wisconsin Ryan Bates, Penn State
Tight End Troy Fumagalli, Wisconsin Mike Gesicki, Penn State Noah Fant, Iowa

OFFENSE HONORABLE MENTION – Coaches

ILLINOIS: Nick Allegretti; INDIANA: Wes Martin, Luke Timian, Ian Thomas; IOWA: James Daniels; MARYLAND: Derwin Gray; MICHIGAN: Chris Evans; MICHIGAN STATE: Luke Campbell, Kevin Jarvis, Brian Lewerke, LJ Scott; MINNESOTA: Tyler Johnson, Rodney Smith; NEBRASKA: Jerald Foster, Nick Gates, JD Spielman; NORTHWESTERN: Garrett Dickerson; OHIO STATE: Marcus Baugh, K.J. Hill, Mike Weber; PENN STATE: Juwan Johnson; PURDUE: David Steinmetz; RUTGERS: Tariq Cole, Gus Edwards, Dorian Miller; WISCONSIN: Quintez Cephus, Alex Hornibrook.

 

2017 All-Big Ten Football Offense – Media
POSITION FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM THIRD TEAM
Quarterback J.T. Barrett, Ohio State Trace McSorley, Penn State Clayton Thorson, Northwestern
Running Back Saquon Barkley, Penn State Justin Jackson, Northwestern Akrum Wadley, Iowa
Running Back Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin J.K. Dobbins, Ohio State Karan Higdon, Michigan
Receiver Simmie Cobbs Jr., Indiana Felton Davis III, Michigan State JD Spielman, Nebraska
Receiver DJ Moore, Maryland Stanley Morgan Jr., Nebraska DaeSean Hamilton, Penn State
Center Billy Price, Ohio State Brian Allen, Michigan State Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin
Guard Sean Welsh, Iowa Ben Bredeson, Michigan David Beedle, Michigan State
Guard Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin Michael Jordan, Ohio State Tommy Doles, Northwestern
Tackle Jamarco Jones, Ohio State Mason Cole, Michigan Isaiah Prince, Ohio State
Tackle Michael Deiter, Wisconsin David Edwards, Wisconsin Ryan Bates, Penn State
Tight End Mike Gesicki, Penn State Troy Fumagalli, Wisconsin Noah Fant, Iowa

OFFENSE HONORABLE MENTION – Media

ILLINOIS: Nick Allegretti; INDIANA: Wes Martin, Luke Timian, Ian Thomas; IOWA: James Daniels, Nate Stanley; MARYLAND: Derwin Gray, Ty Johnson; MICHIGAN: Zach Gentry, Patrick Kugler, Sean McKeon; MICHIGAN STATE: Luke Campbell, Matt Coghlin, Kevin Jarvis, Brian Lewerke, LJ Scott; MINNESOTA: Donnell Greene, Tyler Johnson, Rodney Smith; NEBRASKA: Drew Brown, Jerald Foster, Nick Gates; NORTHWESTERN: Garrett Dickerson, Charlie Kuhbander; OHIO STATE: Marcus Baugh, Johnnie Dixon, K.J. Hill, Mike Weber; PENN STATE: Juwan Johnson; PURDUE: Kirk Barron, David Steinmetz; RUTGERS: Tariq Cole, Dorian Miller; WISCONSIN: Quintez Cephus, Alex Hornibrook.