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Breece Hall Leads Big 12 on 2021 Walter Camp All-America Team

NCAA Football: Northern Iowa at Iowa State

The 2021 Walter Camp All-American team was released on Thursday, and three familiar names made the list for the Big 12, including Iowa State running back Breece Hall. Hall had an incredible junior year for the Cyclones, racking up 1,766 all-purpose yards; good for fourth in the entire country and first in the Big 12. In all likelihood, the Cheez-It Bowl against Clemson will be the final game for Hall in the Cardinal and Gold and after three seasons he will be the Cyclones career-leader in touchdowns (46) and third in rushing yards (3,641).

 

Also on the first-team list is Baylor defensive back Jalen Pitre, who was also named the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year. Pitre was a catalyst for the Big 12 Champions and was involved in several key plays for the Bears defensively. Pitre totaled 70 tackles, two forced fumbles, two interceptions, seven passes defended, and 2.5 sacks. He played the safety position in 2021 the way that Ed Reed intended it to be played.

One player from the Big 12 made the second-team list, and that was West Virginia center Zach Frazier, a sophomore from Fairmont, West Virginia. Frazier finished the season with a team-high 60 knockdown blocks, only surrendered two sacks in 12 starts, and graded better than 90% in 10 of 12 games this season.

In all, 36 different schools from nine conferences were represented on the Walter Camp All-America First and Second Teams.

 

2021 Walter Camp All-America Teams

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE

Pos.     Name, School                                                 Hgt.     Wgt.    Year            Hometown

WR      David Bell, Purdue                                         6-2       205      Jr.            Indianapolis, IN

WR      Jordan Addison, Pittsburgh                            6-0       175      Soph.            Frederick, MD

TE       Trey McBride, Colorado State                       6-4       260      Sr.            Fort Morgan, CO

OL       Ikem Ekwonu, North Carolina State              6-4       320      Soph.            Charlotte, NC

OL       Evan Neal, Alabama                                       6-7       350      Jr.            Okeechobee, FL

OL       Darian Kinnard, Kentucky                             6-5       345      Sr.            Knoxville, TN

OL       Zion Johnson, Boston College                       6-3       316      Grad.             Bowie, MD

C         Tyler Linderbaum, Iowa #                              6-3       290      Jr.            Solon, IA

QB       Kenny Pickett, Pittsburgh                               6-3       220      Sr.            Oakhurst, NJ

RB       Kenneth Walker III, Michigan State              5-10     210      Jr.            Arlington, TN

RB       Breece Hall, Iowa State #                               6-1       220      Jr.            Wichita, KS

PK       Jake Moody, Michigan                                   6-1       211      Sr.            Northville, MI

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE

Pos.     Name, School                                                 Hgt.     Wgt.    Year            Hometown

DL       Jordan Davis, Georgia                                    6-6       340      Sr.            Charlotte, NC

DL       Aidan Hutchinson, Michigan                         6-6       265      Sr.            Plymouth, MI

DL       Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon                         6-5       258      Soph.            Los Angeles, CA

DL       Jermaine Johnson, Florida State                     6-5       262      Sr.            Eden Prairie, MN

LB       Will Anderson, Alabama                                6-4       243      Soph.            Hampton, GA

LB       Nakobe Dean, Georgia                                   6-0       225      Jr.            Horn Lake, MS

LB       Devin Lloyd, Utah                                          6-3       235      Jr.            Chula Vista, CA

DB       Kyle Hamilton, Notre Dame #                       6-4       220      Jr.            Atlanta, GA

DB       Coby Bryant, Cincinnati                                 6-1       198      Grad.            Cleveland, OH

DB       Jalen Pitre, Baylor                                          6-0       197      Sr.            Stafford, TX

DB       Verone McKinley, Oregon                             5-11     194      Soph.            Carrollton, TX

P          Matt Araiza, San Diego State                         6-2       200      Jr.            San Diego, CA

KR       Brian Battie, South Florida                             5-8       170      Soph.            Sarasota, FL

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE

Pos.     Name, School                                                 Hgt.     Wgt.    Year            Hometown

WR      Drake London, USC                                       6-5       210      Jr.            Moorepark, CA

WR      Chris Olave, Ohio State                                  6-1       188      Sr.            San Ysidro, CA

WR      Jameson Williams, Alabama                          6-2       189      Jr.            St. Louis, MO

TE       Isaiah Likely, Coastal Carolina                      6-4       240      Sr.            Cambridge, MA

OL       Nicholas Petit-Frere, Ohio State                     6-5       315      Jr.            Tampa, FL

OL       Kenyon Green, Texas A&M   *                      6-4       325      Jr.            Humble, TX

OL       Jamaree Salyer, Georgia                                 6-4       325      Sr.            Atlanta, GA

OL       Max Mitchell, Louisiana                                6-6       299      Jr.             Monroe, LA

C         Zach Frazier, West Virginia                           6-3       306      Soph.             Fairmont, WV

QB       Bryce Young, Alabama                                  6-0       194      Soph.            Pasadena, CA

RB       Sean Tucker, Syracuse                                   5-10     210      Fr.            Owings Mills, MD

RB       Tyler Badie, Missouri                                     5-8       194      Sr.            New Orleans, LA

PK       Noah Ruggles, Ohio State                              6-2       190      Grad.            Odesa, FL

SECOND TEAM DEFENSE

Pos.     Name, School                                                 Hgt.     Wgt.    Year            Hometown

DL       Cameron Thomas, San Diego State                6-5       270      Jr.            Carlsbad, CA

DL       George Karlaftis, Purdue                                6-4       275      Jr.            West Lafayette, IN

DL       DeMarvin Leal, Texas A&M                         6-4       290      Jr.            San Antonio, TX

DL       Sam Williams, Ole Miss                                 6-4       265      Sr.            Montgomery, AL

LB       Leo Chenal, Wisconsin                                   6-2       260      Jr.            Grantsburg, WI

LB       Chad Muma, Wyoming                                  6-3       242      Sr.            Lone Tree, CO

LB       Damone Clark, LSU                                       6-3       240      Sr.            Baton Rouge, LA

DB       Ahmad Gardner, Cincinnati                           6-3       200      Jr.            Detroit, MI

DB       Matt Hankins, Iowa                                        6-0       185      Sr.            Lewisville, TX

DB       Jaylan Foster, South Carolina                        5-10     195      Sr.            Duncan, SC

DB       Steven Jones, Jr., Appalachian State              5-10     180      Sr.            Rockingham, NC

P          Adam Korsak, Rutgers                                   6-2       190      Sr.            Melbourne, Australia

KR       Marcus Jones, Houston                                   5-8       185      Sr.            Enterprise, AL

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