Justin Blackmon Named AP First-Team All-American


Wednesday, December 14th 2011, 5:42 pm
By: News 9


News9.com

NEW YORK -- The awards continue to roll in for Oklahoma State receiver Justin Blackmon, as the junior was named a First-Team All-American by the Associated Press Wednesday. Blackmon has garnered several major postseason awards, including the Fred Biletnikoff Award, given to the nation's top receiver.

The junior receiver, who has already announced he will be leaving Oklahoma State early to enter the NFL Draft, is in the top 10 in all receiving categories with 113 receptions (2nd), 1,336 yards (7th) and 15 touchdowns (3rd).

Oklahoma's Ryan Broyles and Frank Alexander, with Oklahoma State's Markelle Martin were all named second team, while Levy Adcock, Gabe Ikard, Grant Garner, Quinn Sharp and Brodrick Brown were all named third-team.

AP All-Americans

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE

QB — Robert Griffin III, Junior, Baylor

RB — Montee Ball, Junior, Wisconsin

RB — Trent Richardson, Junior, Alabama

OL — Barrett Jones, Senior, Alabama

OL — Matt Kalil, Junior, Southern California

OL — David DeCastro, Senior, Stanford

OL — Kevin Zeitler, Senior, Wisconsin

C — David Molk, Senior, Michigan

WR — Justin Blackmon, Junior, Oklahoma State

WR — Robert Woods, Sophomore, Southern California

TE — Dwayne Allen, Junior, Clemson.

AP — Sammy Watkins, Freshman, Clemson

K — Randy Bullock, Senior, Texas A&M

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE

DE — Melvin Ingram, Senior, South Carolina

DE — Whitney Mercilus, Junior, Illinois

DT — Devon Still, Senior, Penn State

DT — Jerel Worthy, Junior, Michigan State

LB — Luke Kuechly, Junior, Boston College

LB — Jarvis Jones, Sophomore, Georgia

LB — Dont'a Hightower, Junior, Alabama

CB — Morris Claiborne, Junior, LSU

CB — Tyrann Mathieu, Sophomore, LSU

S — Mark Barron, Senior, Alabama

S — Bacarri Rambo, Junior, Georgia

P — Brad Wing, Freshman, LSU

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE

QB — Andrew Luck, Junior, Stanford

RB — LaMichael James, Junior, Oregon

RB — David Wilson, Junior, Virginia Tech

OL — Jonathan Martin, Senior, Stanford

OL — Nate Potter, Senior, Boise State

OL — Will Blackwell, Senior, LSU

OL — Austin Pazstor, Senior, Virginia

C — Peter Konz, Junior, Wisconsin

WR — Ryan Broyles, Senior, Oklahoma

WR — Kendall Wright, Senior, Baylor

TE — Tyler Eifert, Junior, Notre Dame

AP — Joe Adams, Senior, Arkansas

K — Caleb Sturgis, Junior, Florida

SECOND TEAM DEFENSE

DE — Frank Alexander, Senior, Oklahoma

DE — Vinny Curry, Senior, Marshall

DT — Joe Vellano, Junior, Maryland

DT — Derek Wolfe, Senior, Cincinnati

LB — Courtney Upshaw, Senior, Alabama

LB — Lavonte David, Senior, Nebraska

LB — Manti Teo, Junior, Notre Dame

CB — David Amerson, Sophomore, North Carolina State

CB — Dre Kirkpatrick, Junior, Alabama

S — Markelle Martin, Senior, Oklahoma State

S — Antonio Allen, Senior, South Carolina

P — Ryan Allen, Junior, Louisiana Tech

THIRD TEAM OFFENSE

QB — Matt Barkley, Junior, Southern California

RB — Ronnie Hillman, Sophomore, San Diego State

RB — Bobby Rainey, Senior, Western Kentucky

OL — Levy Adcock, Senior, Oklahoma State

OL — Cordy Glenn, Senior, Georgia

OL — Ryan Miller, Senior, Colorado

OL — Gabe Ikard, Sophomore, Oklahoma

C — Grant Garner, Senior, Oklahoma State

WR — Jordan White, Senior, Western Michigan

WR — Patrick Edwards, Senior, Houston.

TE — Coby Fleener, Senior, Stanford

AP — Tavon Austin, Junior, West Virginia

K — Quinn Sharp, Junior, Oklahoma State

THIRD TEAM DEFENSE

DE — Sam Montgomery, Sophomore, LSU

DE — Andre Branch, Senior, Clemson

DT — John Simon, Junior, Ohio State

DT — Fletcher Cox, Junior, Mississippi State

LB — Tank Carder, Senior, TCU

LB — Sammy Brown, Senior, Houston

LB — Emmanuel Acho, Senior, Texas

CB — Nigel Malone, Junior, Kansas State

CB — Brodrick Brown, Junior, Oklahoma State

S — Josh Bush, Senior, Wake Forest

S — George Iloka, Senior, Boise State

P — Shawn Powell, Senior, Florida State