Dwayne Haskins and Michael Jordan earned recognition for their stellar seasons on Monday afternoon as each were named third-team All-Americans by the Associated Press.
Haskins adds this to a long stream of honors as he was also named the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year and the Big Ten Quarterback of the Year, and earned this year's Chicago Tribune Silver Football in addition to being a finalist for this year's Heisman Trophy.
Oklahoma's Kyler Murray earned the AP's first-team All-American honors while Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa was second team.
Jordan became Ohio State's latest veteran guard to move to the center position, following in the shoes of Pat Elflein and Billy Price, both of whom won the Rimington Trophy. Jordan had a stellar season of his own, picking up this honor along with a first-team All-American honor from Sports Illustrated.
Garrett Bradbury of NC State earned first-team honors as a center while Ross Piersbacher, of Alabama was second team.