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Michigan CB Jourdan Lewis named USA First-Team All-American today.

Michigan CB Jourdan Lewis named USA First-Team All-American today.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The post-season accolades continued today for Jourdan Lewis, who was named First-Team All-American by USA Today.

Lewis, who was named All-Big Ten First Team (coaches, media) last week, is the first Wolverine defensive back named first team All-American since Leon Hall in 2006. His former teammate, Taylor Lewan, was the last U-M player named in 2013.

A former U.S. Army High School All-American, Lewis led U-M with school record 21 pass break up this season, to go along with his two interceptions, one which resulted in a touchdown. He also has 49 tackles this season in 12 starts.

His 31 career PBU’s is fourth in school history, with leading the way with 43.

Only a junior, Lewis still has not announced whether he will declare for the NFL Draft or stay for his senior season.

No.14 Michigan (9-3, 6-2 Big Ten) next plays No.19 Florida (10-3) in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl on New Years Day in Orlando, Fla. at 1 p.m. 


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