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2019 All-Big 12 Football Team: Heartland College Sports Edition

NCAA Football: Texas Tech at Oklahoma State

It’s time to roll out the Heartland College Sports 2019 All-Big 12 football team. Sure, the conference already released its All-Big 12 team, but obviously ours has an HCS twist to it with voters including Pete Mundo, Matthew Postins, Derek Duke, Cameron Brock and Dave Beall.

All-Big 12 Offense

QB: Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma

RB: Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State

RB: Kennedy Brooks, Oklahoma

FB: Nick Lenners, Kansas State

WR: Devin Duvernay, Texas

WR: CeeDee Lamb, Oklahoma

WR: Denzel Mims, Baylor

TE: Charlie Kolar, Iowa State

OL: Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma

OL: Colton McKivitz, West Virginia

OL: Samuel Comsi, Texas

OL: Julian Good-Jones, Iowa State

OL: Teven Jenkins, Oklahoma State   

 

All-Big 12 Defense

DL: James Lynch, Baylor

DL: Bravvion Roy, Baylor

DL: Wyatt Hubert, Kansas State

DL: Darius Stills, West Virginia 

LB: Garret Wallow-TCU

LB: Jordyn Brooks-Texas Tech

LB: Terrel Bernard, Baylor

LB: Kenneth Murray, Oklahoma

DB: Jeff Gladney, TCU

DB: Kolby Harvell-Peel, Oklahoma State

DB: Greg Eisworth, Iowa State

DB: Trevon Moehrig, TCU

All-Big 12 Special Teams

Kicker: Jonathan Song-TCU

Punter: Austin McNamara-Texas Tech 

KR/PR: Joshua Youngblood-Kansas State

While there certainly was plenty of overlap between our team and the conference’s All-Big 12 selections, there were some differences. We had Kennedy Brooks as a first-team RB over Pooka Williams. While Williams had more YPG, Brooks’ 6.7 YPG was the highest in the conference.

On the offensive line we had Texas’ Samuel Comsi and Oklahoma State’s Tevin Jenkins over Kansas’ Hakeem Adeniji and Texas’ Zach Shackelford.

Defensively, we didn’t have Ross Blacklock on our defensive line, but we only had four selections and the conference must’ve had a tie with five. We had four linebackers due to a tie, so we had Baylor’s Terrel Bernard on the list. At defensive back, the conference had five, likely due to ties, while we had four, leaving Texas Tech’s Douglas Coleman off the list.

What did we get right? Wrong? Let us know in the comments!

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