Sat. Jan 28th, 2023

IRVING, Texas – Texas Tech senior defensive lineman Tyree Wilson was named a first-team All-Large 12 choice and senior defensive again Malik Dunlap a second-team all-conference choose as a part of the league’s All-Large 12 Soccer awards that had been introduced on Wednesday. Alternatives are made by the league’s 10 head coaches, who are usually not permitted to vote for their very own gamers.

The honorable point out pool was deep this season for the Purple Raiders as 15 extra gamers acquired a nod from the league’s head coaches for his or her efforts on the sphere. For these people that earned honorable point out recognition, every did so by receiving at the least one vote the place their identify was listed on every respective poll.

4 Purple Raiders acquired honorable mentions for Large 12 Participant of the 12 months awards. Along with first-team honors, Wilson acquired at the least one vote for each Defensive Participant of the 12 months and Defensive Lineman of the 12 months. Trey Wolff acquired a nod for Particular Groups Participant of the 12 months whereas defensive lineman Joseph Adedire picked up an honorable point out for Defensive Freshman of the 12 months and quarterback Behren Morton for Offensive Freshman of the 12 months. 


For his or her respective place, Jerand Bradley (WR), Tony Bradford Jr. (DL), Jaylon Hutchings (DL), Austin McNamara (P), Krishon Merriweather (LB), Landon Peterson (OL), Myles Value (WR), SaRodorick Thompson Jr. (RB), Henry Teeter (FB), Marquis Waters (DB), Dennis Wilburn (OL), Rayshad Williams (DB) and Wolff (Okay) had been every named All-Large 12 honorable point out.


First-Workforce All-Large 12: Tyree Wilson — Defensive Line — Senior

Regardless of lacking two and a half video games, Wilson completed the common season main the Large 12 in tackles for loss (14.0). That mark tied for the Twenty first-most tackles for loss within the FBS.
Wilson owned the Twelfth-best TFL per sport price within the FBS at 1.40, which was tops within the Large 12. 
Wilson tied for second within the Large 12 for probably the most sacks (7.0). His 0.70 sacks per sport price led the Large 12 and ranked tied for twenty ninth nationally.
His 50 pressures tied for the 14th-most within the FBS and led the Large 12 (PFF stats).
His 32 hurries tied for the Sixteenth-most within the FBS and led the Large 12 (PFF stats).

(under are statistics as of Nov. 13 following final sport performed; exited with damage early in week 11 contest with two tackles, 0.0 TFLs)

Wilson led the ability 5 with 50 pressures and ranked second within the FBS (PFF stats).
He ranked tied for third within the energy 5 for tackles for loss (14.0) and tied for ninth within the FBS.
He led the FBS with 8.5 tackles for loss in opposition to opponents that had been ranked within the Nov. 13 AP High 25 ballot. He additionally led the ability 5 with 9.0 TFLs in true street video games and ranked fourth within the FBS for the class.
Wilson ranked tied for twenty fifth within the FBS for whole sacks (7.0) regardless of typically going through double groups on passing downs. He led the FBS with 5.0 sacks in opposition to opponents that had been ranked within the high 25 of the Nov. 13 AP ballot.
Wilson, not only a cross rusher, although, as he was third on the group with 61 tackles after 10 video games this season, simply probably the most in his profession. Wilson was at present one in all solely two energy 5 gamers and one in all seven gamers within the FBS to report 60 tackles via video games performed on Nov. 12, at the least 10.0 TFLs and at the least 6.0 sacks.

Second-Workforce All-Large 12: Malik Dunlap — Defensive Again — Senior

Dunlap used his dimension to be one the highest cross defenders within the nation, rating finest within the Large 12 and tied for Twenty first within the FBS with 11 cross breakups this season.
He led the Large 12 in passes defended per sport, 1.09/sport over 11 contests.
Dunlap registered his first profession interception on Oct. 22 versus West Virginia.
He recorded 4 of his 11 cross breakups on Sept. 17 at NC State in what was his return to Raleigh. The previous Wolfpack participant was thrown in opposition to a team-high seven instances and allowed one reception for 4 yards in a group effort that restricted NC State to 159 yards passing.


QB Max Duggan, Sr., TCU #
RB Kendre Miller, Jr., TCU
RB: Bijan Robinson, Jr., Texas #
FB: Ben Sinnott, So., Kansas State
WR: Xavier Hutchinson, Sr., Iowa State
WR: Marvin Mims Jr., Jr., Oklahoma
WR: Quentin Johnston, Jr., TCU #
TE: Ja’Tavion Sanders, So., Texas
OL: Cooper Beebe, Jr., Kansas State
OL: Anton Harrison, Jr., Oklahoma
OL: Alan Ali, Sr.,  TCU
OL: Steve Avila, Sr., TCU
OL: Zach Frazier, So., West Virginia
PK: Griffin Kell, Sr., TCU
KR/PR: Derius Davis, Sr., TCU


DL: Siaki Ika, Jr., Baylor

DL: Will McDonald IV, Sr., Iowa State

DL: Felix Anudike-Uzomah, Jr., Kansas State #

DL: Tyree Wilson, Sr., Texas Tech

DL: Dante Stills, Sr., West Virginia

LB: Dee Winters, Sr., TCU

LB: Jaylan Ford, Jr., Texas

LB: DeMarvion Overshown, Sr., Texas

DB: Jacobee Bryant, So., Kansas

DB: Julius Brents, Sr., Kansas State

DB: Jason Taylor II, Sr., Oklahoma State

DB: Tre’Vius Hodges-Tomlinson, Sr., TCU

DB: Josh Newton, Sr., TCU

P: Michael Turk, Sr., Oklahoma

# – denotes unanimous selection





QB: Jalon Daniels, Jr., Kansas

RB: Deuce Vaughn, Jr., Kansas State

RB: Eric Grey, Sr., Oklahoma

FB: Dillon Doyle, Sr., Baylor

FB: Jared Rus, Sr., Iowa State

WR: Malik Knowles, Sr., Kansas State

WR: Xavier Worthy, So., Texas

WR: Bryce Ford-Wheaton, Jr., West Virginia

TE: Mason Fairchild, So., Kansas

TE: Brayden Willis, Sr., Oklahoma

OL: Jacob Gall, Sr., Baylor

OL: Connor Galvin, Sr., Baylor

OL: Trevor Downing, Sr., Iowa State

OL: Mike Novitsky, Jr., Kansas

OL: Kelvin Banks Jr., Fr., Texas

PK: Tanner Brown, Sr., Oklahoma State

KR/PR: Phillip Brooks, Sr. Kansas State



DL: Lonni Phelps, Jr., Kansas

DL: Ethan Downs, So., Oklahoma

DL: Brock Martin, Sr., Oklahoma State

DL: Collin Oliver, So., Oklahoma State

DL: Keondre Coburn, Sr., Texas

LB: Dillon Doyle, Sr., Baylor

LB: Mason Cobb, Jr., Oklahoma State

LB: Johnny Hodges, Jr., TCU

DB: Anthony Johnson Jr., Sr., Iowa State

DB: T.J. Tampa, Jr., Iowa State

DB: Kobe Savage, Jr., Kansas State

DB: Kendal Daniels, Fr., Oklahoma State

DB: Malik Dunlap, Sr., Texas Tech

P: Ty Zentner, Sr., Kansas State



Baylor (17): Monaray Baldwin (WR), Jacob Gall (OLoY), Gabe Corridor (DL), Gavin Holmes (KR/PR), Siaki Ika (DLoY), Matt Jones (LB), Devin Lemear (DB, DFoY), John Mayers (PK), Micah Mazzccua (OL), Grant Miller (OL), Mark Milton (DB), Isaac Energy (P), Hal Presley (WR), Richard Reese (RB), Blake Shapen (QB), Ben Sims (TE), Al Walcott (DB)

Iowa State (9): M.J. Anderson (DL), Jeremiah Cooper (DFoY), Hunter Dekkers (QB), Trevor Downing (OLoY), Beau Freyler (DB), Will McDonald IV (DPoY, DLoY), Myles Buy (DB), Colby Reeder (LB, DNoY), O’Rien Vance (LB)

Kansas (5): Earl Bostick Jr. (OL), Kenny Logan Jr. (DB), Devin Neal (RB, OPoY), Lonnie Phelps (DNoY, DLoY), Dominick Puni (OL, ONoY)

Okay-State (11): Ekow Boye-Doe (DB), Phillip Brooks (STPoY), D.J. Giddens (OFoY), Hayden Gillum (OL), Daniel Inexperienced (LB), Eli Huggins (DL), Okay.T. Leveston (OL), Adrian Martinez (QB, ONoY), Austin Moore (LB), Kobe Savage (DNoY), Deuce Vaughn (OPoY)

Oklahoma (12): Billy Bowman (DB), Justin Broiles (DB), C.J. Coldon (DNoY), Dillon Gabriel (QB), Anton Harrison (OLoY), Marvin Mims (KR/PR), Chris Murray (OL), Andrew Raym (OL), Danny Stutsman (LB), Michael Turk (STPoY), David Ugwoegbu (LB), Dashaun White (LB)

Oklahoma State (10): Tanner Brown (STPoY), Tyler Lacy (DL), Jabbar Muhammad (DB), Jaden Nixon (KR/PR, OFoY), Brennan Presley (WR), Spencer Sanders (QB), Jake Schultz (FB), Jake Springfield (OL), Jason Taylor II (DPoY), Hunter Woodard (OL)

TCU (14): Alan Ali (ONoY), Steve Avila (OLoY), Taye Barber (WR), Millard Bradford (DB), Bud Clark (DB), Andrew Coker (OL), Brandon Coleman (OL), Derius Davis (WR), Tre’Vius Hodges-Tomlinson (DPoY), Dylan Horton (DL), Jamoi Hodge (LB), Jordy Sandy (P), Jared Wiley (TE), Damonic Williams (DFoY)

Texas (17): Bert Auburn (PK), Kelvin Banks Jr. (OFoY, OLoY), Jahdae Barron (DB), Keondre Coburn (DLoY), Anthony Cook dinner (DB), Quinn Ewers (ONoY), Jaylan Ford (DPoY), Roschon Johnson (RB), Christian Jones (OL), Moro Ojomo (DL), Bijan Robinson (OPoY), Keilan Robinson (KR/PR, STPoY), Barryn Sorrell (DL), Jerrin Thompson (DB), T’Vondre Sweat (DL), Ryan Watts (DB, DNoY), Jordan Whittington (WR)

Texas Tech (16): Joseph Adedire (DFoY), Jerand Bradley (WR), Tony Bradford Jr. (DL), Jaylon Hutchings (DL), Austin McNamara (P), Krishon Merriweather (LB), Behren Morton (OFoY), Landon Peterson (OL), Myles Value (WR), SaRodorick Thompson Jr. (RB), Henry Teeter (FB), Marquis Waters (DB), Dennis Wilburn (OL), Rayshad Williams (DB), Tyree Wilson (DPoY, DLoY), Trey Wolff (PK, STPoY)

West Virginia (8): Jasir Cox (DB), C.J. Donaldson (ONoY, OFoY), Zach Frazier (OLoY), Sam James (WR), Jordan Jefferson (DL), Lee Kpogba (LB, DNoY), Wyatt Milum (OL), Dante Stills (DLoY)


Offensive Participant of the 12 months
Max Duggan, TCU, QB, Sr.

Defensive Participant of the 12 months

Felix Anudike-Uzomah, Kansas State, DE, Jr.

Offensive Newcomer of the 12 months

Dillon Gabriel, Oklahoma, QB, Jr.

Defensive Newcomer of the 12 months

Johnny Hodges, TCU, LB, Jr.

Offensive Freshman of the 12 months

Richard Reese, Baylor, RB

Defensive Freshman of the 12 months

Kendal Daniels, Oklahoma State, S

Particular Groups Participant of the 12 months

Derius Davis, TCU, PR/KR, Sr.

Offensive Lineman of the 12 months

Cooper Beebe, Kansas State, Jr.

Co-Defensive Linemen of the 12 months

Felix Anudike-Uzomah, Kansas State, Jr.

Chuck Neinas Coach of the 12 months

Sonny Dykes, TCU #

# – denotes unanimous selection


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