(Athlon) All-B1G Team Predictions

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Listed : 1st team, 2nd team, 3rd team

QB: Justin Fields (Ohio State), Tanner Morgan (Minnesota), Sean Clifford (Penn State)
RB: Journey Brown (Penn State), Stevie Scott (Indiana), Zach Charbonnet (Michigan)
RB: Trey Sermon (Ohio State), Mohamed Ibrahim (Minnesota), Elijah Collins (Michigan State)
AP: Rondale Moore (Purdue), Tyler Goodson (Iowa), Wandale Robinson (Nebraska)
WR: Rashod Bateman (Minnesota), David Bell (Purdue), Whip Philyor (Indiana)
WR: Chris Olave (Ohio State), Nico Collins (Michigan), Jahan Dotson (Penn State)
TE: Pat Freiermuth (Penn State), Peyton Hendershot (Indiana), Jake Ferguson (Wisconsin)
OL: Cole Van Lanen (Wisconsin), Logan Bruss (Wisconsin), Michal Menet (Penn State)
OL: Wyatt Davis (Ohio State), Thayer Munford (Ohio State), Brendan Jaimes (Nebraska)
OL: Rashawn Slater (Northwestern), Jaylen Mayfield (Michigan), Daniel Faalale (Minnesota)
OL: Alaric Jackson (Iowa), Josh Myers (Ohio State), Alex Palczewski (Illinois)
OL: Tyler Linderbaum (Iowa), Blaise Andres (Minnesota), Kendrick Green (Illinois)

DL: Shaka Toney (Penn State), Zach Harrison (Ohio State), Jacob Panasiuk (Michigan State)
DL: Kwity Paye (Michigan), Chauncey Golston (Iowa), Carlo Kemp (Michigan)
DL: Aidan Hutchinson (Michigan), PJ Mustipher (Penn State), Tyreke Smith (Ohio State)
DL: George Karlaftis (Purdue), Isaiahh Loudermilk (Wisconsin), Jerome Johnson (Indiana)
LB: Micah Parsons (Penn State), Antjuan Simmons (Michigan State), Jake Hansen (Illinois)
LB: Paddy Fisher (Northwestern), Cam McGrone (Michigan), Micah McFadden (Indiana)
LB: Jack Sanborn (Wisconsin), Baron Browning (Ohio State), Blake Gallagher (Northwestern)
CB: Shaun Wade (Ohio State), Tariq Castro-Fields (Penn State), Coney Durr (Minnesota)
CB: Ambry Thomas (Michigan), Tiawan Mullen (Indiana), Dicaprio Bootle (Nebraska)
S: Eric Burrell (Wisconsin), Sydney Brown (Illinois), Nick Cross (Maryland)
S: Dax Hill (Michigan), Lamont Wade (Penn State), Jack Koerner (Iowa)

PK: Keith Duncan (Iowa), Blake Haubeil (Ohio State), JD Dellinger (Purdue)
P: Blake Hayes (Illinois), Adam Korsak (Rutgers), Drue Chrisman (Ohio State)
KR: Ihmir Smith-Marsette (Iowa), Aron Cruickshank (Rutgers), Giles Jackson (Michigan)
PR: Jack Dunn (Wisconsin), Riley Lees (Northwestern), Rondale Moore (Purdue)

By Team:
1st Team:

(5) Ohio State
(4) Penn State, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa
(2) Purdue, Northwestern
(1) Minnesota, Illinois
(0) Nebraska, Michigan State, Indiana, Maryland, Rutgers

2nd Team:
(5) Ohio State
(3) Penn State, Michigan, Indiana, Minnesota
(2) Wisconsin, Iowa, Rutgers
(1) Michigan State, Purdue, Northwestern, Illinois
(0) Nebraska, Maryland

3rd Team:
(3) Nebraska, Michigan, Penn State, Indiana
(2) Ohio State, Michigan State, Purdue, Minnesota
(1) Maryland, Wisconsin, Northwestern, Iowa
(0) Illinois, Rutgers

Total Selections:
(12) Ohio State
(10) Penn State, Michigan
(7) Wisconsin, Iowa
(6) Minnesota, Indiana
(5) Purdue
(4) Northwestern
(3) Nebraska, Michigan State
(2) Rutgers, Illinois
(1) Maryland
 
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By the look of this our talent pool continues to be poor. I know that most of our talent lies within the younger guys who haven’t had the chance to prove it yet. Winning and going to a bowl will help get some of our guys noticed going forward.
Yeah, I was starting to drink the koolaid again, but this sobered me up.

For reference, going into last season we had 6 total selections.
-3 second-team (JD, Mo Barry, and DiCap)
-3 third-team (Adrian, Mo Wash, Jaimes).

I think the loss of JD is going to be bigger than many are making it out to be. Hopefully Martinez returns to form & we have some young guys step up.
 

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Hmmm, no Cam Taylor-Britt, Cam Jurgens or D Mills and i suppose i can see why with the early struggles with Mills and Jurgens. But Cam Taylor-Britt could have easily hit 2nd or 3rd team. And Wan’Dale Robinson is 3rd APB? I’d had him 2nd, not 3rd. Dude had 1,000 plus total yards as a true freshman and he missed a game or two and no bowl game to help with stats.

I’m not worried about this preseason list. I’m sure Cam Jurgens, D Mills, Cam Taylor-Britt, Adrian Martinez and D Williams will show up as guys that could have been on the list. And I wouldn’t be surprised at all if Omar Manning kills it this year. The man seems VERY focused and knows he’s more then likely the man at the TRUE WR spot (considering Wan’dale Robinson as a APB).
 

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Hmmm, no Cam Taylor-Britt, Cam Jurgens or D Mills and i suppose i can see why with the early struggles with Mills and Jurgens. But Cam Taylor-Britt could have easily hit 2nd or 3rd team. And Wan’Dale Robinson is 3rd APB? I’d had him 2nd, not 3rd. Dude had 1,000 plus total yards as a true freshman and he missed a game or two and no bowl game to help with stats.

I’m not worried about this preseason list. I’m sure Cam Jurgens, D Mills, Cam Taylor-Britt, Adrian Martinez and D Williams will show up as guys that could have been on the list. And I wouldn’t be surprised at all if Omar Manning kills it this year. The man seems VERY focused and knows he’s more then likely the man at the TRUE WR spot (considering Wan’dale Robinson as a APB).
Taylor-Britt was pretty inconsistent last year.
 

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Hmmm, no Cam Taylor-Britt, Cam Jurgens or D Mills and i suppose i can see why with the early struggles with Mills and Jurgens. But Cam Taylor-Britt could have easily hit 2nd or 3rd team. And Wan’Dale Robinson is 3rd APB? I’d had him 2nd, not 3rd. Dude had 1,000 plus total yards as a true freshman and he missed a game or two and no bowl game to help with stats.

I’m not worried about this preseason list. I’m sure Cam Jurgens, D Mills, Cam Taylor-Britt, Adrian Martinez and D Williams will show up as guys that could have been on the list. And I wouldn’t be surprised at all if Omar Manning kills it this year. The man seems VERY focused and knows he’s more then likely the man at the TRUE WR spot (considering Wan’dale Robinson as a APB).
I’ll just assume these are correct until the staff and players demonstrate differently.
 
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Hmmm, no Cam Taylor-Britt, Cam Jurgens or D Mills and i suppose i can see why with the early struggles with Mills and Jurgens. But Cam Taylor-Britt could have easily hit 2nd or 3rd team. And Wan’Dale Robinson is 3rd APB? I’d had him 2nd, not 3rd. Dude had 1,000 plus total yards as a true freshman and he missed a game or two and no bowl game to help with stats.

I’m not worried about this preseason list. I’m sure Cam Jurgens, D Mills, Cam Taylor-Britt, Adrian Martinez and D Williams will show up as guys that could have been on the list. And I wouldn’t be surprised at all if Omar Manning kills it this year. The man seems VERY focused and knows he’s more then likely the man at the TRUE WR spot (considering Wan’dale Robinson as a APB).
Man I hope you are right. But just taking off the red-blinders and playing devil's advocate...

-CTB was often our worst graded DB last year. He was playing out of position a lot, and he has showed a lot of promise, so I can see your optimism but at this point he hasn't earned a spot on that list.

-Jurgens improved as the year went on but had a really bad first half of the season. I do think he will pick up where he left off, but again- he hasn't earned a spot here.

-Our only real look at D Williams was as a reserve player in 2018. Again he flashed, but you can't even argue him into an all B1G selection.

-Omar Manning could be great but who knows. Greg Bell was the #1 JUCO at his position last year too...

-And Adrian may stay in 2019 form. Which was not good.
 
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