Ohio State will have at least two consensus All-Americans this year, and it could have three.
Buckeyes defensive end Chase Young and cornerback Jeff Okudah each reached consensus All-American status on Tuesday when they were named first-team All-Americans by the Sporting News.
Young and Okudah were already named first-team All-Americans by the Associated Press and the Walter Camp Football Foundation, and would be considered unanimous All-Americans if they also receive first-team honors from the American Football Coaches' Association and Football Writers' Association of America, who have not yet revealed their All-American teams (though the FWAA has revealed that J.K. Dobbins is a first-team All-American this year).
Right guard Wyatt Davis was also named as a first-team All-American by Sporting News on Tuesday, marking his second first-team honor among the voting bodies that select the consensus All-American teams. He was also named Monday as a first-team All-American by the AP, so if he receives first-team honors from either the AFCA or FWAA, he will also be considered a consensus All-American this year.
Dobbins earned second-team All-American honors from the Sporting News, along with Clemson's Travis Etienne, behind first-team running backs Jonathan Taylor (Wisconsin) and Chuba Hubbard (Oklahoma State).