Preseason All-Big 12 Team College Football 2022

Gear up for College football with the All-Big 12 Team selections as well as the All-Pac 12 second team to break down the top players at each position across the Pac-12 Conference.

All-Big 12 First Team

Quarterback: Spencer Sanders, Oklahoma State
Running Back: Bijan Robinson, Texas
Wide Receiver: Xavier Worthy, Texas
Wide Receiver: Quentin Johnston, Kansas State
Wide Receiver: Xavier Hutchinson, Iowa State
Tight End: Ben Sims, Baylor
Offensive Line: Connor Galvin, Baylor
Offensive Line: Hunter Woodard, Oklahoma State
Offensive Line: Jacob Gall, Baylor
Offensive Line: Trevor Downing, Iowa State
Offensive Line: Cooper Beebe, Kansas State

Defensive Line: Collin Oliver, Oklahoma State
Defensive Line: Will McDonald, Iowa State
Defensive Line: Felix Anduike-Uzomah, Kansas State
Defensive Line: Dante Stills, West Virginia
Linebacker: Daniel Green, Kansas State
Linebacker: Dillon Doyle, Baylor
Linebacker: Danny Stutsman, Oklahoma
Defensive Back: Tre’Vius Hodges-Tomlinson, TCU
Defensive Back: Kenny Logan, Kansas
Defensive Back: Charles Woods, West Virginia
Defensive Back: Julius Brents, Kansas State

All-Big 12 Second Team

Quarterback: Dillon Gabriel, Oklahoma
Running Back: Deuce Vaughn, Kansas State
Wide Receiver: Marvin Mims, Oklahoma
Wide Receiver: Bryce Ford-Wheaton, West Virginia
Wide Receiver: Isaiah Neyor, Texas
Tight End: Jahleel Billingsley, Texas
Offensive Line: Anton Harrison, Oklahoma
Offensive Line: Zach Frazier, West Virginia
Offensive Line: Cole Birmingham, Oklahoma State
Offensive Line: Steve Avila, TCU
Offensive Line: Wyatt Milum, West Virginia

Defensive Line: Brock Martin, Oklahoma State
Defensive Line: Jalen Redmond, Oklahoma
Defensive Line: Siaki Ika, Baylor
Defensive Line: Lonnie Phelps, Kansas
Linebacker: Lance Dixon, West Virginia
Linebacker: DeMarvion Overshown, Texas
Linebacker: Dee Winters, TCU
Defensive Back: Ryan Watts, Texas
Defensive Back: Key Lawrence, Oklahoma
Defensive Back: Anthony Johnson, Iowa State
Defensive Back: Dadrion Taylor-Demerson, Texas Tech

The Big 12 is amid turmoil as Oklahoma and Texas are heading to the SEC in 2024 while new teams are being added – Cincinnati, Houston, Central Florida, and BYU will join the conference as soon as next season. For the time being, the ten teams in the conference possess plenty of high-level talent on both sides of the ball. This article serves as a preview of those players with All-Big 12 selections across two teams.

Texas has one of the highest-upside offenses in the country. Bijan Robinson is the best running back in the country and is set for an even better season after 1,422 yards from scrimmage and 15 touchdowns in his sophomore season. Xavier Worthy also returns after a lights-out freshman season with 981 yards and 12 touchdowns. Isaiah Neyor and Jahleel Billingsley made my Second Team here and round out the team’s skill position group.

In a rare turn for Oklahoma, the Sooners don’t have any First Team selections on offense in this article. Dillon Gabriel and Marvin Mims headline the passing offense as Second Team selections, but the Lincoln Riley era of elite offensive producers might be over in Norman. Anton Harrison headlines a solid offensive line group.

Baylor, the reigning Big 12 champions, returns arguably the best offensive line in the conference. Connor Galvin and Jacob Gall are the First Team selections here. Their defense also features Siaki Ika (Second Team), a dominant defensive tackle, and Dillon Doyle (First Team), a headlining linebacker.

Oklahoma State, the team Baylor defeated in the Big 12 championship, has my First Team quarterback in Spencer Sanders and a tremendous offensive line featuring Hunter Woodard (First Team) and Cole Birmingham (Second Team). The Cowboys also have a stout front seven that features Collin Oliver, who had 10.5 sacks and 15.5 tackles for loss as a freshman in 2021.

Keep an eye on Kansas State as a sleeper team in the conference this season. Quentin Johnston returns for his junior season after 634 yards and six touchdowns last year, while Deuce Vaughn was the most formidable player to leave off the First Team – he had 1,872 yards from scrimmage and 22 touchdowns in 2021.

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