Offensive linemen Adam Stenavich and Matt Lentz were selected as First-Team All-Big Ten by the media, and to the second-team by the coaches.
Tight end Tim Massequoi and cornerback Leon Hall were named to the second-team by both the coaches and the media.
Offensive linema Leo Henige was named to the second-team by the media.
Prescott Burgess, Tyler Ecker, Leo Henige, Grant Mason, Pat Massey, Garrett Rivas, and Lamarr Woodley received honorable mention from the coaches. Ecker, Mason, Massey, Rivas, and Woodley received honorable mention from the coaches.
For the complete list of awards please visit The Big Ten website
Avant and Watson Consensus All-Big Ten Honors
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