2018 All-Big 12 Conference football team

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The 2018 All-Big 12 Conference football team consists of American football players chosen as All-Big 12 Conference players for the 2018 Big 12 Conference football season. The conference recognizes two official All-Big 12 selectors: (1) the Big 12 conference coaches selected separate offensive and defensive units and named first- and second-team players (the "Coaches" team); and (2) a panel of sports writers and broadcasters covering the Big 12 also selected offensive and defensive units and named first- and second-team players (the "Media" team).

Offensive selections[edit]


Running backs[edit]


  • Andrew Beck, Texas (Coaches-1)
  • Carson Meier, Oklahoma (Coaches-2)


  • Zach Shackelford, Texas (Coaches-2; Media-1)
  • Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma (Media-2)


  • Ben Powers, Oklahoma (Coaches-1; Media-1)
  • Dru Samia, Oklahoma (Coaches-1; Media-1)
  • Jack Anderson, Texas Tech (Coaches-2; Media-2)
  • Josh Sills, West Virginia (Coaches-2; Media-2)


  • Yodny Cajuste, West Virginia (Coaches-1; Media-1)
  • Dalton Risner, Kansas State (Coaches-1; Media-1)
  • Bobby Evans, Oklahoma (Coaches-1; Media-2)
  • Cody Ford, Oklahoma (Coaches-2; Media-2)
  • Hakeem Adeniji, Kansas (Coaches-2)

Tight ends[edit]

  • Grant Calcaterra, Oklahoma (Coaches-1; Media-1)
  • Trevon Wesco, West Virginia (Coaches-1; Media-2)
  • Charlie Kolar, Iowa State (Coaches-2)


Defensive selections[edit]

Defensive linemen[edit]

  • Ben Banogu, TCU (Coaches-1; Media-1)
  • Charles Omenihu, Texas (Coaches-1; Media-1)
  • Daniel Wise, Kansas (Coaches-1; Media-1)
  • Jordan Brailford, Oklahoma State (Coaches-1; Media-2)
  • L.J. Collier, TCU (Coaches-1; Media-2)
  • James Lynch, Baylor (Coaches-2; Media-1)
  • Kenny Bigelow Jr., West Virginia (Coaches-2; Media-2)
  • Ray Lima, Iowa State (Coaches-2; Media-2)
  • JaQuan Bailey, Iowa State (Coaches-2)
  • Jarrell Owens, Oklahoma State (Coaches-2)


  • Dakota Allen, Texas Tech (Coaches-1; Media-1)
  • Joe Dineen Jr., Kansas (Coaches-1; Media-1)
  • David Long Jr., West Virginia (Coaches-1; Media-1)
  • Gary Johnson, Texas (Coaches-2; Media-2)
  • Clay Johnston, Baylor (Coaches-2; Media-2)
  • Kenneth Murray, Oklahoma (Coaches-2; Media-2)

Defensive backs[edit]

  • Kris Boyd, Texas (Coaches-1; Media-1)
  • Adrian Frye, Texas Tech (Coaches-1; Media-1)
  • Kenny Robinson Jr., West Virginia (Coaches-1; Media-1)
  • Caden Sterns, Texas (Coaches-1; Media-1)
  • Greg Eisworth, Iowa State (Coaches-1; Media-2)
  • Jeff Gladney, TCU (Coaches-2; Media-2)
  • Brian Peavy, Iowa State (Coaches-2; Media-2)
  • Ridwan Issahaku, TCU (Coaches-2; Media-2)
  • Duke Shelley, Kansas State (Coaches-2)
  • A.J. Green, Oklahoma State (Coaches-2)

Special teams[edit]


  • Austin Seibert, Oklahoma (Coaches-1; Media-1)
  • Clayton Hatfield, Texas Tech (Coaches-1; Media-2)
  • Cameron Dicker, Texas (Coaches-2)


  • Drew Galitz, Baylor (Coaches-1; Media-1)
  • Kyle Thompson, Kansas (Coaches-2; Media-2)

All-purpose / Return specialists[edit]

  • Pooka Williams, Jr., Kansas (Coaches-1; Media-1)
  • Tre Brown, Oklahoma (Coaches-2)
  • CeeDee Lamb, Oklahoma (Media-2)
  • Kene Nwangwu, Iowa State (Coaches-2)


Bold = selected as a first-team player by both the coaches and media panel

Coaches = selected by Big 12 Conference coaches[1]

Media = selected by a media panel[2]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ http://www.big12sports.com/pdf9/5479797.pdf
  2. ^ "Murray the Big 12 offensive player of year, OU's 4th in row". Associated Press. December 7, 2018. Retrieved December 8, 2018.