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2019 Pre-Season All-American team: Offense

*An early look ahead.

First Team

Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa looks to duplicate his amazing sophomore season.
Photo: Al.com
PosNAMEYRTEAMHTWT
QBTua TagovailoaJrAlabama6′ 1″218
RBJonathan TaylorJrWisconsin5′ 11″214
RBTravis EtienneJrClemson5′ 10″210
WRJerry JeudyJrAlabama6′ 1″187
WRRondale MooreSoPurdue5′ 9″175
TEAlbert OkwuegbunamJrMissouri6′ 5″260
OTTrey AdamsSrWashington6′ 8″331
OTAndrew ThomasJrGeorgia6′ 6″320
OGCalvin ThrockmortonSrOregon6′ 5″316
OGJohn SimpsonSrClemson6′ 4″320
OCTyler BiadaszJrWisconsin6′ 3″322
KAndre SzmytSoSyracuse6′ 1″195
RSRondale MooreSoPurdue5′ 9″175

Second Team

National Championship quarterback Trevor Lawrence.
Photo: heavy.com
PosNAMEYRTEAMHTWT
QBTrevor LawrenceSoClemson6′ 5″205
RBSalvon AhmenJrWashington5′ 11″191
RBEno BenjaminJrArizona State5′ 10″200
WRJustyn RossSoClemson6′ 4″205
WRTylan WallaceJrOklahoma State6′ 0″185
TEMatt BushmanJrBYU6′ 5″250
OTWalker LittleJrStanford6′ 7″317
OTSamuel CosmiSoTexas6′ 6″290
OGShane LemieuxSrOregon6′ 4″315
OGParker BraunSrGeorgia Tech6′ 3″280
OCZach ShackelfordSrTexas6′ 4″295
KCooper RotheSrWyoming5′ 11″174
RSSavon ScarverJrUtah State5′ 11″180

Third Team

Look for Patterson to have a break-out Senior season.
Photo: MGoBlue.com
PosNAMEYRTEAMHTWT
QBShea PattersonSrMichigan6′ 2″203
RBMichael WarrenJrCincinnati5′ 11″2018
RBKennedy BrooksSoOklahoma5′ 11″201
WRCollin JohnsonSrTexas6′ 5″215
WRTyler JohnsonSrMinnesota6′ 2′190
TEJared PinkneySrVanderbilt6′ 4″255
OTJon Runyan, Jr.SrMichigan6′ 4′298
OTLiam EichenbergJrNotre Dame6′ 6″303
OGKeith IsmaelJrSan Diego State6′ 3″310
OGBen BredesonSrMichigan6′ 5″310
OCJimmy MorrisseySrPittsburgh6′ 3″295
KRidrigo BlankenshipSrGeorgia6′ 1″191
RSIsaiah WrightSrTemple6′ 2″218

Frisco Bowl – Dec 19

Ohio Bobcats (8-4)  vs  San Diego State Aztecs (7-8)

OHIO BOBCATS  |  MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE

Coach:  Frank Solich

Ohio Bobcats Players to watch:

Senior LT Joe Lowery  (6-7/305)

Lowery was third-highest graded offensive tackle across the entire nation, 
according to Pro Football Focus.  Photo:  Athens Messeger.

Lowery helped pave the way for another prolific season for the Ohio offense. The Bobcats rank first in the MAC and 10th in the country with 41.2 points per game — the highest scoring average in program history. Ohio’s 494 points scored this season rank as the second-most in the history of program. 

Senior RB A.J. Ouellette  (5-9/205)

Ouellette ranks second in the MAC with a career-high 1,142 yards (seventh-most in program history) and a career-high 95.2 yards per game (eighth-most in program history).

Senior WR/PR Papi White  (5-9/188)

White became Ohio’s all-time leader in career receiving yards this season with 2,530.  He finished the regular season ranked second in the MAC with 897 yards and nine receiving touchdowns.

*Junior SS Javon Hagan  (6-0/207)

Hagan is tied for the team lead with two interceptions this season and recovered a fumble, helping the Ohio defense rank first in the country at +30 in turnovers. His ranks second on the squad with 72 total tackles (36 solo, 36 assisted) and recorded four pass breakups.

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SAN DIEGO STATE  |  MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE

Coach:  Rocky Long

San Diego State Players to watch:

**Sophomore OG Keith Ismael  (6-3/310)

Rising star C Keith Ismael of San Diego State
Photo:  Aztecs Athletics

Ismael, a fierce run blocker, started 11 of the team’s 12 games, including six at center and five at right guard. He has only committed two penalties in 759 snaps and has allowed only three sacks.

*Junior RB Jewan Washington  (5-7/190)

Washington led the Aztecs in rushing with 870 yards and 10 touchdowns, so far, averaging 108.8 yards per game. The Kennedale, Texas, native ranks third in the MW with 13 runs of at least 15 yards.

*Junior LB  Kyahva Tezino  (6-0/235)

Tezino has put together one of the most prolific defensive seasons in recent memory at SDSU, totaling 120 tackles, 14.5 tackles for loss, 8.5 sacks and 15 quarterback hurries. 

Senior AZTEC Parker Baldwin  (6-2/215)

Playing the signature “Aztec” position in Rocky Long’s 3-3-5 defense, Baldwin has recorded the second most tackles on the team, so far. Baldwin ranks 11th in the league in tackles per game (7.8). 

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DXL Frisco Bowl
Ohio 27, San Diego State 0