Sixteen Standouts Named All-Americans
Dec. 13, 2017

With the announcement of All-America teams by the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) today, a total of 16 Big Ten standouts from five different schools have earned All-America status.

Wisconsin leads the way with seven honorees, followed by three for Ohio State and two each from Iowa, Michigan and Penn State.

The full breakdown of Big Ten All-Americans appears below:


Josh Jackson, Iowa AFCA1, AP1, CBS1, ESPN, FWAA1, SI1, SN1, USA1, WC1
Josey Jewell, Iowa AFCA1, AP1, CBS1, ESPN, FWAA1, SI1, SN1, USA1, WC1
Devin Bush, Michigan AP3, WC2
Maurice Hurst, Michigan AFCA2, AP1, CBS1, ESPN, FWAA2, SN1, USA1, WC2
Nick Bosa, Ohio State AFCA1, AP2, CBS2, SN2, USA2, WC2
Billy Price, Ohio State AFCA1, AP1, CBS2, ESPN, FWAA1, SI1, SN1, USA1, WC1
Denzel Ward, Ohio State AFCA1, AP1, CBS1, ESPN, FWAA2, SN1, USA1
Saquon Barkley, Penn State AFCA1, AP1, CBS1, ESPN, FWAA1, SI1, SN1, USA2, WC1
Mike Gesicki, Penn State SN2
Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin AP3, SI1
Michael Dieter, Wisconsin SN2
David Edwards, Wisconsin AFCA1, AP3, FWAA2, WC2
T.J. Edwards, Wisconsin AFCA2, AP1, ESPN, SN2, USA1, WC2
Troy Fumagalli, Wisconsin AFCA2, AP2, FWAA2, SI2, WC2
Nick Nelson, Wisconsin CBS2
Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin AP2, CBS2, FWAA2, SN2, USA2, WC2


Key:
AFCA1/2 - American Football Coaches Association First or Second Team
AP1/2/3 - Associated Press First, Second or Third Team
CBS1/2 - CBSSports.com First or Second Team
ESPN - ESPN.com
FWAA1/2 - Football Writers Association of America First or Second Team
SI1/2 - Sports Illustrated First or Second Team
SN1/2 - Sporting News First or Second Team
USA1/2 - USA Today First or Second Team
WC1/2 - Walter Camp First or Second Team