Daily Blog • June 5, 2014

Phil Steele's 2014 Preseason All-Big 10 Team

1st TEAM 2nd TEAM 3rd TEAM 4th TEAM
QB Braxton Miller, Ohio St Connor Cook, Michigan St Christian Hackenberg, Penn St Devin Gardner, Michigan
RB Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin Jeremy Langford, Michigan St David Cobb, Minnesota Zach Zwinak, Penn St
RB Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska Venric Mark, Northwestern Tevin Coleman, Indiana Mark Weisman, Iowa
WR Stefon Diggs, Maryland Dontre Wilson, Ohio St Kenny Bell, Nebraska Tony Lippett, Michigan St
WR Deon Long, Maryland Devin Smith, Ohio St Shane Wynn, Indiana Tony Jones, Northwestern
WR Devin Funchess, Michigan Kyle Prater, Northwestern Christian Jones, Northwestern Corey Smith, Ohio St
TE Jeff Heuerman, Ohio St Tyler Kroft, Rutgers Maxx Williams, Minnesota Jesse James, Penn St
C Jack Allen, Michigan St Brandon Vitabile, Northwestern Austin Blythe, Iowa Dan Voltz, Wisconsin
OG Kaleb Johnson, Rutgers Zac Epping, Minnesota Dan Feeney, Indiana Michael Heitz, Illinois
OG Kyle Costigan, Wisconsin Jordan Walsh, Iowa (OT) Tyler Marz, Wisconsin Jake Cotton, Nebraska
OT Brandon Scherff, Iowa Donovan Smith, Penn St Taylor Decker, Ohio St Josh Campion, Minnesota
OT Rob Havenstein, Wisconsin Jack Conklin, Michigan St Jason Spriggs, Indiana Paul Jorgensen, Northwestern
1st TEAM 2nd TEAM 3rd TEAM 4th TEAM
DL Randy Gregory, Nebraska Frank Clark, Michigan Andre Monroe, Maryland Deion Barnes, Penn St
DL Shilique Calhoun, Michigan St Noah Spence, Ohio St Darius Hamilton, Rutgers Louis Trinca-Pasat, Iowa
DL Michael Bennett, Ohio St Theiren Cockran, Minnesota CJ Olaniyan, Penn St Maliek Collins, Nebraska
DL Joey Bosa, Ohio St Carl Davis, Iowa Ryan Russell, Purdue Marcus Rush, Michigan St
LB Chi Chi Ariguzo, Northwestern Michael Rose, Nebraska Cole Farrand, Maryland Matt Robinson, Maryland
LB Taiwan Jones, Michigan St David Santos, Nebraska Derek Landisch, Wisconsin Collin Ellis, Northwestern
LB Steve Longa, Rutgers Desmond Morgan, Michigan Kevin Snyder, Rutgers James Ross, Michigan
LB Jake Ryan, Michigan Mike Hull, Penn St Curtis Grant, Ohio St Mason Monheim, Illinois
CB Blake Countess, Michigan Jordan Lucas, Penn St Sojourn Shelton, Wisconsin William Likely, Maryland
CB Trae Waynes, Michigan St Doran Grant, Ohio St Tim Bennett, Indiana Desmond King, Iowa
S Kurtis Drummond, Michigan St Adrian Amos, Penn St Sean Davis, Maryland (CB) Eric Murray, Minnesota
S Corey Cooper, Nebraska Ibraheim Campbell, Northwestern John Lowdermilk, Iowa Michael Caputo, Wisconsin
1st TEAM 2nd TEAM 3rd TEAM 4th TEAM
K Michael Geiger, Michigan St Brad Craddock, Maryland Sam Ficken, Penn St Taylor Zalewski, Illinois
P Cameron Johnston, Ohio St Mike Sadler, Michigan St Will Hagerup, Michigan Justin DuVernois, Illinois
KR Kenny Bell, Nebraska Akeem Hunt, Purdue Marcus Jones, Minnesota Janarion Grant, Rutgers
PR Kevonte Martin-Manley, Iowa V’Angelo Bentley, Illinois William Likely, Maryland Macgarrett Kings, Michigan St

Phil Steele's 2014 Preseason All-Big 12 Team

1st TEAM 2nd TEAM 3rd TEAM 4th TEAM
QB Bryce Petty, Baylor Jake Waters, Kansas St Trevor Knight, Oklahoma Davis Webb, Texas Tech
RB Malcolm Brown, Texas Johnathan Gray, Texas Keith Ford, Oklahoma Aaron Green, TCU
RB Shock Linwood, Baylor Desmond Roland, Oklahoma St Rushel Shell, West Virginia Aaron Wimberly, Iowa St
WR Antwan Goodley, Baylor Nick Harwell, Kansas Bradley Marquez, Texas Tech (AP) Trevone Boykin, TCU
WR Tyler Lockett, Kansas St Jaxon Shipley, Texas Sterling Shepard, Oklahoma Jhajuan Seales, Oklahoma St
WR Jakeem Grant, Texas Tech Levi Norwood, Baylor Quenton Bundrage, Iowa St Mario Alford, West Virginia
TE EJ Bibbs, Iowa St Jimmay Mundine, Kansas Taylor McNamara, Oklahoma Blake Bell, Oklahoma
C BJ Finney, Kansas St Dominic Espinosa, Texas Tom Farniok, Iowa St Joey Hunt, TCU
OG Cody Whitehair, Kansas St Adam Shead, Oklahoma Mark Glowinski, West Virginia Chris Grisbhy, Oklahoma St
OG Quinton Spain, West Virginia Ngalu Fusimalohi, Kansas Desmine Hilliard, Baylor Alfredo Morales, Texas Tech
OT Le’Raven Clark, Texas Tech Daryl Williams, Oklahoma Rashad Fortenberry, Texas Tech (OG) Kent Perkins, Texas
OT Spencer Drango, Baylor Daniel Koenig, Oklahoma St Tyrus Thompson, Oklahoma Troy Baker, Baylor
1st TEAM 2nd TEAM 3rd TEAM 4th TEAM
DL Cedric Reed, Texas Charles Tapper, Oklahoma Andrew Billings, Baylor Chuka Ndulue, Oklahoma
DL Chucky Hunter, TCU Malcom Brown, Texas Jordan Phillips, Oklahoma Terrell Clinkscales, Kansas St
DL Devonte Fields, TCU James Castleman, Oklahoma St Desmond Jackson, Texas Travis Britz, Kansas St
DL Ryan Mueller, Kansas St Shawn Oakman, Baylor Jamal Palmer, Baylor Cory Morrissey, Iowa St
LB Bryce Hager, Baylor Paul Dawson, TCU Michael Reynolds, Kansas Pete Robertson, Texas Tech
LB Frank Shannon, Oklahoma Nick Kwiatkoski, West Virginia Jonathan Truman, Kansas St Sam Eguavoen, Texas Tech
LB Ben Heeney, Kansas Steve Edmond, Texas Dominique Alexander, Oklahoma Ryan Simmons, Oklahoma St
LB Eric Striker, Oklahoma Jordan Hicks, Texas Geneo Grissom, Oklahoma Brandon Golson, West Virginia
CB Quandre Diggs, Texas Dexter McDonald, Kansas Randall Evans, Kansas St Daryl Worley, West Virginia
CB Zack Sanchez, Oklahoma Kevin White, TCU Duke Thomas, Texas Kevin Peterson, Oklahoma St
S Sam Carter, TCU Karl Joseph, West Virginia Dante Barnett, Kansas St Quentin Hayes, Oklahoma
S Chris Hackett, TCU Isaiah Johnson, Kansas Mykkele Thompson, Texas Julian Wilson, Oklahoma
1st TEAM 2nd TEAM 3rd TEAM 4th TEAM
K Michael Hunnicutt, Oklahoma Jaden Oberkrom, TCU Josh Lambert, West Virginia Jack Cantele, Kansas St
P Nick O’Toole, West Virginia Spencer Roth, Baylor Trevor Pardula, Kansas Ethan Perry, TCU
KR BJ Catalon, TCU Corey Coleman, Baylor Tyler Lockett, Kansas St Reginald Davis, Texas Tech
PR Levi Norwood, Baylor Daje Johnson, Texas Cameron Echols-Luper, TCU Jarvis West, Iowa St

2014 College Football Preview Available Now on iTunes!

Last year was the first year my College Football Preview magazine was available on iTunes to download to your iPhone or iPad. In that initial year, we naturally dealt with some issues through trial and error and it was not available to purchase until mid-August.

This year’s version is vastly improved on several fronts!

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