Monday, December 18, 2017

All-Big 12 Football Awards Announced

The All-Big 12 Conference football teams and individual award winners have been announced. Selections are made by the league’s 10 head coaches, who are not permitted to vote for their own players.

Big 12 Honors Notebook:
♦ Trevone Boykin is TCU’s first Offensive Player of the Year award winner and it marks the fourth-consecutive year a quarterback has won the award. In 19 seasons, a QB has been honored 15 times, including co-winners in 1999.

♦ Paul Dawson is TCU’s second-straight Defensive Player of the Year honoree. Last year, Jason Verrett shared the award with Texas’ Jackson Jeffcoat. Dawson is the 10th linebacker to be recognized.

♦ Tyreek Hill is the second Oklahoma State player (Adarius Bowman, 2006) to earn Offensive Newcomer of the Year.

♦ Shaq Riddick is West Virginia’s third individual award winner since becoming a Big 12 member in 2012.

♦ Gary Patterson was recognized as Chuck Neinas Coach of the Year in his third year in the Big 12.

♦ Samaje Perine is the third Oklahoma running back (Adrian Peterson, 2004 and De’Mond Parker, 1996) to be picked Offensive Freshman of the Year.

♦ Kamari Cotton-Moya is the second Iowa State player (Jason Berryman, 2003) to receive Defensive Freshman of the Year.

♦ Tyler Lockett picked up his second-consecutive honor as Special Teams Player of the Year and is the second Kansas State wide receiver to be selected (Brandon Banks, 2009).

♦ Baylor has received Offensive Lineman of the Year honors for the third-straight year (Cyril Richardson, 2012 and 2013) while Kansas State picked up its first award. Co-winners were also named in 2007.

♦ Emmanuel Ogbah is the first Oklahoma State player to be named Defensive Lineman of the Year.

♦ Oklahoma has won the most individual awards in the 19-year history of the Big 12 with 29. Kansas State is second (27), followed by Texas (24), Oklahoma State (17), Baylor (10), Iowa State (9), Texas Tech (8), Kansas (7), TCU (5) and West Virginia (3).

 

COACH OF THE YEAR: Gary Patterson (TCU)

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Trevone Boykin (QB, TCU)

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Paul Dawson (LB, TCU)

OFFENSIVE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR: Tyreek Hill (ATH, Oklahoma State)

DEFENSIVE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR: Shaquille Riddick (DE, West Virginia)

OFFENSIVE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Samaje Perine (RB, Oklahoma)

DEFENSIVE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Kamari Cotton-Moya (DB, Iowa State)

SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Tyler Lockett (WR, Kansas State)

CO-OFFENSIVE LINEMEN OF THE YEAR: Spencer Drango (OL, Baylor)

BJ Finney (OL, Kansas State)

DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE YEAR: Emmanuel Ogbah (DE, Oklahoma State)

2014 All-Big 12 Football First Team
OFFENSE
Pos. Player School Class Hometown/Previous School
QB Trevone Boykin TCU Jr. Dallas, Texas/West Mesquite
RB Shock Linwood Baylor So. Linden, Texas/Llinden-Kildare
RB Samaje Perine Oklahoma Fr. Pflugerville, Texas/Hendrickson
FB Glenn Gronkowski Kansas State So. Amherst, N.Y./Williamsville North
WR Tyler Lockett * Kansas State Sr. Tulsa, Okla./Booker T. Washington
WR Sterling Shepard Oklahoma Jr. Oklahoma City, Okla./Heritage Hall
WR Kevin White West Virginia Sr. Plainfield, N.J./Emmaus/Lackawanna College
TE EJ Bibbs ^ Iowa State Sr. Chicago, Ill./Bogan/Arizona Western CC
OL Spencer Drango * Baylor Jr. Cedar Park, Texas/Cedar Park
OL B.J. Finney * Kansas State Sr. Andale, Kan./Andale
OL Daryl Williams ^ Oklahoma Sr. Lake Dallas, Texas/Lake Dallas
OL Tyrus Thompson Oklahoma Sr. Pflugerville, Texas/Pflugerville
OL Le’Raven Clark ^ Texas Tech Jr. Rockdale, Texas/Rockdale
PK Jaden Oberkrom TCU Jr. Arlington, Texas/Martin
KR/PR Tyler Lockett * Kansas State Sr. Tulsa, Okla./Booker T. Washington
DEFENSE
Pos. Player School Class Hometown/Previous School
DL Andrew Billings Baylor So. Waco, Texas/Waco
DL Shawn Oakman Baylor Jr. Lansdowne, Pa./Penn Wood/Penn State
DL Ryan Mueller * Kansas State Sr. Leawood, Kan./St. Thomas Aquinas
DL Emmanuel Ogbah Oklahoma State So. Houston, Texas/George Bush
DL Malcolm Brown Texas Jr. Brenham, Texas/Brenham
LB Ben Heeney ^ Kansas Sr. Hutchinson, Kan./Hutchinson
LB Eric Striker ^ Oklahoma Jr. Seffner, Fla./Armwood
LB Paul Dawson TCU Sr. Dallas, Texas/Skyline/Trinity Valley CC
DB JaCorey Shepherd Kansas Sr. Mesquite, Texas/Mesquite Horn
DB Randall Evans Kansas State Sr. Miami, Fla./Palmetto
DB Zack Sanchez Oklahoma So. Fort Worth, Texas/Central
DB Chris Hackett TCU Jr. Tyler, Texas/John Tyler
DB Karl Joseph West Virginia Jr. Orlando, Fla./Edgewater
P Trevor Pardula Kansas Sr. San Jose, Calif./Leigh/De Anza College
* – Repeat first team selection from last season.
^ – Second Team selection in 2013.
Players listed at each position alphabetically by school.
2014 All-Big 12 Football Second Team
OFFENSE
Pos. Player School Class Hometown/Previous School
QB Bryce Petty~ Baylor Sr. Midlothian, Texas/Midlothian
QB Jake Waters Kansas State Sr. Council Bluffs, Iowa/Iowa Western CC
RB Aaron Green TCU Jr. San Antonio, Texas/Madison/Nebraska
RB Malcolm Brown + Texas Sr. Cibolo, Texas/Steele
RB DeAndre Washington Texas Tech Jr. Missouri City, Texas/T. Marshall
FB Aaron Ripkowski Oklahoma Sr. Dayton, Texas/Dayton
WR Corey Coleman Baylor So. Richardson, Texas/Pearce
WR Curry Sexton Kansas State Sr. Abilene, Kan./Abilene
WR Josh Doctson TCU Jr. Mansfield, Texas/Legacy/Wyoming
TE Jimmay Mundine Kansas Sr. Denison, Texas/Denison
OL Cody Whitehair + Kansas State Sr. Abilene, Kan./Abilene
OL Adam Shead Oklahoma Sr. Cedar Hill, Texas/Cedar Hill
OL Joey Hunt TCU Jr. El Campo, Texas/El Campo
OL Halapoulivaati Vaitai TCU Jr. Haltom, Texas/Haltom
OL Mark Glowinski West Virginia Sr. Wilkes-Barre, Pa./GAR Memorial/Lackawanna College
PK Josh Lambert West Virginia So. Garland, Texas/Garland
KR/PR Tyreek Hill Oklahoma State Jr. Pearson, Ga./Coffee/Garden City CC
DEFENSE
Pos. Player School Class Hometown/Previous School
DL Chuka Ndulue Oklahoma Sr. Dallas, Texas/Dallas Jesuit Prep
DL Jordan Phillips Oklahoma So. Towanda, Kan./Circle
DL Chucky Hunter + TCU Sr. West Monroe, La./West Monroe
DL Cedric Reed + Texas Sr. Cleveland, Texas/Cleveland
DL Pete Robertson Texas Tech Jr. Longview, Texas/Longview
LB Bryce Hager Baylor Sr. Austin, Texas/Westlake
LB Jonathan Truman Kansas State Sr. Kechi, Kan./Kapaun Mt. Carmel
LB Jordan Hicks Texas Sr. Cincinnati, Ohio/Lakota West
DB Dante Barnett Kansas State Jr. Tulsa, Okla./Booker T. Washington
DB Danzel McDaniel Kansas State Jr. Dolton, Ill./Dodge City CC
DB Sam Carter + TCU Sr. New Orleans, La./Alief Hastings
DB Kevin White TCU Sr. Round Rock, Texas/Stony Point
DB Quandre Diggs Texas Sr. Angleton, Texas/Angleton
P Spencer Roth ~ Baylor Sr. Knoxville, Tenn./Catholic
A tie in voting created an additional second-team quarterback & running back spot.
+ – Repeat second team selection from last season.
~ – 2013 first team selection

 

2014 All-Big 12 Honorable Mention
Baylor Tre’Von Armstead (TE), Andrew Billings (DPofY), Beau Blackshear (DL), KD Cannon (OFofY & WR), Kyle Fuller (OL), Antwan Goodley (WR), Xavien Howard (DB), Blake Muir (OL), Levi Norwood (K/PR), Shawn Oakman (DPofY, DLofY), Orion Stewart (DB)
Iowa State Tom Farniok (OL), Jacob Gannon (OL), Allen Lazard (OFofY), Cory Morrissey (DL), Cole Netten (PK)
Kansas Ben Heeney (DPofY), Trevor Pardula (STPofY), Michael Reynolds (DL), Cassius Sendish (DB)
Kansas State Travis Britz (DL), Elijah Lee (DFofY), Tyler Lockett (OPofY), Matt McCrane (PK), Ryan Mueller (DLofY), Bill Snyder (CofY), Boston Stiverson (OL)
Oklahoma Geneo Grissom (LB), Nila Kasitati (OL), Steven Parker (DFofY), Dionte Savage (OL), Eric Striker (DPofY), Charles Tapper (DL), Daryl Williams (OLofY)
Oklahoma State Jimmy Bean (DL), James Castleman (DL), Josh Furman (LB, DNofY), Ben Grogan (PK), Tyreek Hill (STPofY), Jeremy Seaton (FB), Ryan Simmons (LB), Kip Smith (P)
TCU B.J. Catalon (K/PR), Cameron Echols-Luper (K/PR), Tayo Fabuluje (OL), Derrick Kindred (DB), Kolby Listenbee (WR), Davion Pierson (DL)
Texas Malcom Brown (DLofY), Steve Edmond (LB), Dylan Haines (DB), John Harris (WR), Jaxon Shipley (WR), Duke Thomas (DB)
Texas Tech Sam Eguavoen (LB), J. J. Gaines (DB), Jakeem Grant (WR), Jared Kaster (OL), Patrick Mahomes (OFofY), Bradley Marquez (WR), Alfredo Morales (OL), Justis Nelson (DB), Taylor Symmank (P)
West Virginia Mario Alford, (WR), Dravon Henry (DFofY), Dana Holgorsen (CofY), Nick Kwiatkoski (LB), Josh Lambert (STPofY), Shaq Riddick (DL), Rushel Shell (ONofY), Quinton Spain (OL), Daryl Worley (DB)

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