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  2023 ALL-BIG TEN THIRD TEAM: Tommy Doman, Michigan,...Punter Tommy Doman was a third-team honoree on the coaches ballot and honorable mention by the media. Doman currently has the No. 3 single-season punting average in Michigan history (45.03 yards per attempt) and delivers touchbacks at a rate of 70.4 percent on kickoffs. - Michigan Football

Jr/2025 P Tommy DomanMichigan
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  2023 ALL-BIG TEN THIRD TEAM: Rod Moore, Michigan,...Linebacker Michael Barrett and defensive back Rod Moore were third-team picks on the coaches ballot and honorable mention choices to the media. Barrett ranks second on the team with 45 tackles and has a team-best three forced fumbles (to go with two recoveries) while Moore has four pass breakups including two interceptions this season. - Michigan Football

rSo/2026 FS Rod MooreMichigan
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  2023 ALL-BIG TEN THIRD TEAM: Mike Barrett, Michigan,...Linebacker Michael Barrett and defensive back Rod Moore were third-team picks on the coaches ballot and honorable mention choices to the media. Barrett ranks second on the team with 45 tackles and has a team-best three forced fumbles (to go with two recoveries) while Moore has four pass breakups including two interceptions this season. - Michigan Football

rSr/2024 ILB Michael BarrettMichigan
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  2023 ALL-BIG TEN HONORABLE MENTION: A.J. Barner,...Tight end AJ Barner, who has set career bests in catches (21) and yards (236) this season, was named honorable mention by the coaches and the media. - Michigan Football

Sr/2024 TE A.J. BarnerMichigan
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  2023 ALL-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM: James Turner, Michigan,...Kicker James Turner was a second-team choice by the league's coaches and honorable mention on the media ballot. He has made 12-of-14 field-goal tries this year including two-of-three from 50-plus yards, with a total of 92 points. - Michigan Football

rSr/2024 K James TurnerMichigan
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  2023 ALL-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM: Junior Colson, Michigan,...The team's leading tackler, linebacker Junior Colson, and top snap-earner inside, Kris Jenkins, both earned second-team honors on both ballots. Colson has 71 stops (31 solo with two for loss) leading the Michigan defense, while Jenkins (29 tackles, 3.5 for loss, 1.5 sacks, one interception) has helped anchor the interior. - Michigan Football

Jr/2024 ILB Junior ColsonMichigan
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  2023 ALL-BIG TEN FIRST TEAM: TE Colston Loveland, Michigan,...Henderson (tackle) and Loveland (tight end) were both picked as first-team honorees by the coaches and were second-team selections by the media. Loveland has at least one catch in every game this year with 37 catches for 550 yards and four receiving touchdowns, ranking second on the team in all three categories. He is ninth in receiving yards by a tight end across the NCAA this season (550) and eighth in single-season Michigan history; he lists 12th nationally among tight ends in receptions (37). - Michigan Football

So/2026 TE Colston LovelandMichigan
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  2023 ALL-BIG TEN FIRST TEAM: OT LaDarius Henderson, Michigan,...Henderson (tackle) and Loveland (tight end) were both picked as first-team honorees by the coaches and were second-team selections by the media. Together, the offensive line permits 1.17 sacks per game (13th), the lowest rate in the Big Ten, along with its top-five national rate in TFLs allowed. They block for the nation's top scorer in Corum and support a run game that averages 4.4 team-wide yards per carry. - Michigan Football

rSr/2024 OG LaDarius HendersonMichigan
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  2023 ALL-BIG TEN FIRST TEAM: Center Drake Nugent, Michigan,...Zinter (guard) and Drake Nugent (center) were named first-team All-Big Ten honorees by both the coaches and media. Henderson (tackle) and Loveland (tight end) were both picked as first-team honorees by the coaches and were second-team selections by the media. Together, the offensive line permits 1.17 sacks per game (13th), the lowest rate in the Big Ten, along with its top-five national rate in TFLs allowed. They block for the nation's top scorer in Corum and support a run game that averages 4.4 team-wide yards per carry. - Michigan Football

rSr/2024 C Drake NugentMichigan
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  2023 ALL-BIG TEN HONORABLE MENTION: Jaishawn Barham,...Barham has tallied 37 tackles (23 solo) with three sacks and an interception in his sophomore campaign (at Maryland), standing second on the team in sacks. The sophomore had at least four tackles in seven different games including a two-sack performance against Charlotte and an interception against No. 2 Michigan. This is Barham's second-straight All-Big Ten selection. - Maryland Football

So/2026 ILB Jaishawn BarhamMichigan
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  2023 ALL-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM: Kenneth Grant, Michigan,...Grant, a second-team choice by the coaches and a third-team pick on the media ballot. Grant has 22 tackles, 3.5 for loss, 2.5 sacks, and an interception of his own as part of five total pass breakups this season. - Michigan Football

So/2026 DT Kenneth GrantMichigan
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  2023 ALL-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM: Mike Sainristil, Michigan,...Defensive back Will Johnson was a consensus first-team pick with Mike Sainristil earning first-team honors on the media ballot (second team, coaches). Johnson (three interceptions) and Sainristil (five) are the team's leaders in turnovers with three of those picks being returned for touchdowns. - Michigan Football

rSr/2024 CB Mike SainristilMichigan
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  2023 ALL-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM: Kris Jenkins, Michigan,...The team's leading tackler, linebacker Junior Colson, and top snap-earner inside, Kris Jenkins, both earned second-team honors on both ballots. Colson has 71 stops (31 solo with two for loss) leading the Michigan defense, while Jenkins (29 tackles, 3.5 for loss, 1.5 sacks, one interception) has helped anchor the interior. - Michigan Football

Sr/2024 DT Kris JenkinsMichigan
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  2023 ALL-BIG TEN THIRD TEAM: OG Josh Priebe, Northwestern,...Priebe takes home All-Big Ten honors for the first time in his career. The senior captain from Niles, MI had an outstanding season leading the Northwestern offensive line, starting all 12 games at left guard. Behind Priebe, Northwestern rushed for 90+ yards eight different times and scored 14 touchdowns on the ground. Additionally, Northwestern's line allowed two or fewer sacks on five separate occasions. Priebe's outstanding protection was highlighted by his allowance of zero pressures against Rutgers, Minnesota, Iowa and Purdue, per Pro Football Focus. According to PFF, Priebe posted a pass blocking grade of 80.0+ in four different games this season. - Northwestern Football

rSr/2025 OG Josh PriebeMichigan
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  2023 ALL-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM: OT Karsen Barnhart, Michigan,...Guard Trevor Keegan and wide receiver Roman Wilson were second-team picks by both the coaches and media, while tackle Karsen Barnhart was voted second team by the coaches and third team by the media. - Michigan Football

rSr/2024 OG Karsen BarnhartMichigan
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