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Dwayne Haskins named Big Ten Offensive Player, Quarterback of the Year

Haskins, Isaiah Prince and Parris Campbell earn first-team All-B1G honors.

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On Wednesday, Nov. 28 at 5 p.m. ET, the Big Ten conference announced the football offensive award winners and all-conference teams. The announcements will be strung out through the hour-long episode of “B1G Football & Beyond” on the Big Ten Network.

On Tuesday, Dre’Mont Jones was the only Ohio State player selected to the Big Ten All-Conference first team on defense, while Chase Young and Drue Chrisman were part of the defensive and specialists’ second teams.


Offensive Player of the Year: Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins

Quarterback of the Year: Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins:

Check out Haskins talking to Dave Revsine about the honors, the Michigan victory, the B1G Championship, and his future plans:

Freshman of the Year: Purdue’s Rondale Moore

Wide Receiver of the Year: Purdue’s Rondale Moore

Offensive Lineman of the Year: Wisconsin’s Michael Deiter

Tight End of the Year: Iowa’s T.J. Hockenson

Running Back of the Year: Wisconsin’s Jonathan Taylor

All-Big Ten Offensive Selections (Coaches)

Position First Team Second Team Third Teams
Position First Team Second Team Third Teams
Quarterback Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State Trace McSorley, Penn State Shea Patterson, Michigan
Running back Karan Higdon, Michigan J.K. Dobbins, Ohio State Reggie Corbin, Illinois
Running back Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin Miles Sanders, Penn State Anthony McFarland, Maryland
Wide Receiver Rondale Moore, Purdue Stanley Morgan Jr., Nebraska JD Spielman, Nebraska
Wide Receiver Parris Campbell, Ohio State Tyler Johnson, Minnesota Donovan Peoples-Jones, Michigan
Center Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin Michael Jordan, Ohio State Cesar Ruiz, Michigan
Guard Michael Deiter, Wisconsin Ross Reynolds, Iowa Michael Onwenu, Michigan
Guard Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin Ben Bredeson, Michigan Connor McGovern, Penn State
Tackle Jon Runyan, Michigan Alaric Jackson, Iowa Rashawn Slater, Northwestern
Tackle Isaiah Prince, Ohio State David Edwards, Wisconsin Ryan Bates, Penn State
Tight End Noah Fant, Iowa T.J. Hockenson, Iowa Zach Gentry, Michigan

All-Big Ten Offensive Selections (Media)

Position First Team Second Team Third Team
Position First Team Second Team Third Team
Quarterback Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State Trace McSorley, Penn State David Blough, Purdue
Running Back Karan Higdon, Michigan Anthony McFarland, Maryland Reggie Corbin, Illinois
Running Back Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin Miles Sanders, Penn State Devine Ozigbo, Nebraska
Receiver Tyler Johnson, Minnesota Stanley Morgan Jr., Nebraska JD Spielman, Nebraska
Receiver Rondale Moore, Purdue Parris Campbell, Ohio State K.J. Hill, Ohio State
Center Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin Michael Jordan, Ohio State Keegan Render, Iowa
Guard Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin Nick Allegretti, Illinois Ross Reynolds, Iowa
Guard Michael Deiter, Wisconsin Ben Bredeson, Michigan Demetrius Knox, Ohio State / Connor McGovern, Penn State
Tackle Isaiah Prince, Ohio State Alaric Jackson, Iowa Damian Prince, Maryland
Tackle David Edwards, Wisconsin Jon Runyan, Michigan Ryan Bates, Penn State
Tight End T.J. Hockenson, Iowa Noah Fant, Iowa Brycen Hopkins, Purdue