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Seven Cowboys Make All-Big 12 Teams

Tylan Wallace joins more elite company as an OSU wide out to make an all-conference team three years in a row.

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The Big 12 announced its all-conference teams Thursday, where seven Cowboys made the first or second team.

Tylan Wallace and Teven Jenkins each made the All-Big 12 first team.

Wallace was a second-team selection as a junior in 2019 despite missing the Cowboys’ final four conference games with an ACL tear. He made the first team as a sophomore in 2018.

In his senior season, Wallace has a Big 12-leading 877 receiving yards on 53 catches. He has also played in just eight games (not including the hands team showing against Kansas State).

Wallace is the fifth OSU receiver to make an all-conference team for three straight seasons, joining James Washington, Rashaun Woods, Hart Lee Dykes and L.B. Asbury.

Jenkins becomes the first Cowboy offensive linemen to make an All-Big 12 team since Brad Lundblade and Zach Crabtree did so in 2017.

Chuba Hubbard made the All-Big 12 second team despite being hampered with injuries this season. He played in just seven games yet finished third in the league in rushing with 625 yards.

The Cowboys’ defense dominated the All-Big 12 second team. Linebackers Amen Ogbongbemiga and Malcolm Rodriguez joined defensive backs Kolby Harvell-Peel and Rodarius Williams on the second team.

Ogbongbemiga’s 77 total tackles this season ranked fourth in the Big 12. Rodriguez was two spots behind with 73 tackles.

Harvell-Peel’s and Williams’ stats won’t jump off the screen because they were more often than not locking guys down to the point where they weren’t getting thrown at.

Miraculously, Tre Sterling was only an honorable mention. Sterling finished the regular season tied for 10th in the Big 12 in total tackles with 61.

Here are all of OSU’s honorable mentions: Calvin Bundage (LB), Logan Carter (FB), Trace Ford (DL), Alex Hale (STPofY, PK), Dezmon Jackson (ONoY), Teven Jenkins (OLoY), Tyler Lacy (DL), Amen Ogbongbemiga (DPoY), Spencer Sanders (QB), Ry Schneider (OL), Josh Sills (OL), Tre Sterling (DB), Dillon Stoner (WR, KR/PR), Tyan Wallace (OPoY), Jelani Woods (TE).

Iowa State took the two big awards with running back Breece Hall being named the Offensive Player of the Year and linebacker Mike Rose being the Defensive Player of the Year.


Awards

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Breece Hall, Iowa State
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Mike Rose, Iowa State
OFFENSIVE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR: Xavier Hutchinson, Iowa State
DEFENSIVE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR: Tony Fields II, West Virginia
OFFENSIVE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Deuce Vaughn, Kansas State
DEFENSIVE CO-FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Isheem Young, Iowa State/Khari Coleman, TCU
SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Trestan Ebner, Baylor
OFFENSIVE LINEMEN OF THE YEAR: Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma
DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE YEAR: Darius Stills, West Virginia
CHUCK NEINAS COACH OF THE YEAR: Matt Campbell, Iowa State

First-Team Offense
Pos. Player School
QB Brock Purdy Iowa State
RB Breece Hall Iowa State
RB Leddie Brown West Virginia
FB Jeremiah Hall Oklahoma
WR Xavier Hutchinson Iowa State
WR Tylan Wallace Oklahoma State
WR Erik Ezukanma Texas Tech
TE Charlie Kolar Iowa State
OL Colin Newell Iowa State
OL Creed Humphrey Oklahoma
OL Teven Jenkins Oklahoma State
OL Samuel Cosmi Texas
OL Jack Anderson Texas Tech
PK Gabe Brkic Oklahoma
KR/PR Phillip Brooks Kansas State
First-Team Defense
Pos. Player School
DL JaQuan Bailey Iowa State
DL Will McDonald Iowa State
DL Wyatt Hubert Kansas State
DL Joseph Ossai Texas
DL Darius Stills West Virginia
LB Mike Rose Iowa State
LB Garret Wallow TCU
LB Tony Fields II West Virginia
DB Jalen Pitre Baylor
DB Greg Eisworth Iowa State
DB Trevon Moehrig TCU
DB Tre’Vius Hodges-Tomlinson TCU
DB Zech McPhearson Texas Tech
P Austin McNamara Texas Tech
Second-Team Offense
Pos. Player School
QB Sam Ehlinger Texas
RB Deuce Vaughn Kansas State
RB Chuba Hubbard Oklahoma State
FB Briley Moore Kansas State
WR R.J. Sneed Baylor
WR Marvin Mims Oklahoma
WR Winston Wright Jr. West Virginia
TE Chase Allen Iowa State
OL Derek Schweiger Iowa State
OL Noah Johnson Kansas State
OL Adrian Ealy Oklahoma
OL Dawson Deaton Texas Tech
OL Michael Brown West Virginia
PK Cameron Dicker Texas
KR/PR Trestan Ebner Baylor
Second-Team Defense
Pos. Player School
DL Ronnie Perkins Oklahoma
DL Isaiah Thomas Oklahoma
DL Perrion Winfrey Oklahoma
DL Ochaun Mathis TCU
DL Akheem Mesidor West Virginia
LB Terrel Bernard Baylor
LB Amen Ogbongbemiga Oklahoma State
LB Malcolm Rodriguez Oklahoma State
DB Tre Brown Oklahoma
DB Kolby Harvell-Peel Oklahoma State
DB Rodarius Williams Oklahoma State
DB Chris Brown Texas
DB Alonzo Addae West Virginia
P Jordy Sandy TCU

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