Jake Butt and Jehu Chesson headline Michigan’s players on the All-Big Ten offensive team.

Jake Butt and Jehu Chesson headline Michigan’s players on the All-Big Ten offensive team.

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.

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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.

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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).


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