All-Big 12 team

December, 16, 2013
It's never easy putting together an all-conference team, and this year's All-Big 12 team was no exception. It could have been even more difficult had several of the league’s top players -- such as TCU defensive end Devonte Fields, Oklahoma linebacker Corey Nelson and Baylor wideout Tevin Reese -- not suffered significant injuries.

Even then, there were more deserving players than there were spots. But we tried to remain true to the spirit of all-conference teams, picking the 26 best players according to their positions. As a result, our team doesn’t have four defensive ends, three cornerbacks or two centers, despite how much we would have liked to include Texas’ Cedric Reed, Kansas State’s B.J. Finney or Oklahoma’s Aaron Colvin.

So, without further ado, the 2013 All-Big 12 Team:


QB: Bryce Petty, Baylor
RB: Lache Seastrunk, Baylor
RB: Charles Sims, West Virginia
WR: Antwan Goodley, Baylor
WR: Tyler Lockett, Kansas State
TE: Jace Amaro, Texas Tech
OT: Le'Raven Clark, Texas Tech
OG: Cyril Richardson, Baylor
C: Gabe Ikard, Oklahoma
OG: Trey Hopkins, Texas
OT: Parker Graham, Oklahoma State


DE: Jackson Jeffcoat, Texas
DT: Calvin Barnett, Oklahoma State
DT: Kerry Hyder, Texas Tech
DE: Ryan Mueller, Kansas State
LB: Jeremiah George, Iowa State
LB: Caleb Lavey, Oklahoma State
LB: Eddie Lackey, Baylor
CB: Jason Verrett, TCU
S: Ahmad Dixon, Baylor
S: Ty Zimmerman, Kansas State
CB: Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma State

Special Teams

K: Anthony Fera, Texas
P: Nick O'Toole, West Virginia
PR/KR: Jalen Saunders, Oklahoma
PR/KR: Josh Stewart, Oklahoma State



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