ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Michigan’s Jake Butt and Jehu Chesson highlighted the Big Ten all conference offensive award announcements today for the Wolverines, with both players named All-Big Ten first-team members.
Butt, who was also named Kwalick-Clark Tight End of the Year, was named first-team tight end by both the coaches and media.
He led Big Ten tight ends with 48 catches for 620 yards, to go along with his three touchdowns catches.
Chesson was named first-team by the coaches and honorable mention by the media. He led U-M with eight touchdowns receptions, while adding two more rushing scores, to go long with his 96-yard kickoff return this season. He has 45 catches for 646 yards, with 155 yards rushing on eight rushes this season.
Chesson’s breakout performance came against Indiana when he tied a school record with four touchdowns receptions on 10 catches for 207 yards receiving.
U-M lineman Erik Magnuson (coaches, media) and Kyle Kalis (media) were named to the All-Big Ten third team.
Honorable Mention Notables:
Ben Braden, Mason Cole, Graham Glasgow, Amara Darboh (coaches, media), Jake Rudock (coaches, media) and De’Veon Smith (coaches).