Wyatt Davis Becomes Consensus All-American As He Earns FWAA Honors With Garrett Wilson And Shaun Wade

By Colin Hass-Hill on December 30, 2020 at 2:32 pm
Wyatt Davis

Another All-American team, another group of Buckeyes honored.

This time, the Football Writer's Association of America voted Ohio State guard Wyatt Davis as a first-team All-American, meaning he becomes the latest consensus All-American since he has appeared on more than half of the NCAA's designated selectors. Wide receiver Garrett Wilson and Shaun Wade were picked as second-team All-Americans.

The FWAA picks were made public on Wednesday afternoon. Two more officially recognized All-American teams – via the Walter Camp Football Foundation and American Football Coaches Association – will be released in the near future after the FWAA, Sporting News and Associated Press announced their honorees.

Davis, the Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year as a redshirt junior in 2020, was previously named a first-team All-American by both Sporting News and the AP. He's in the running to become a unanimous All-American.

This is Wilson's first All-American nod. He racked up a team-high 38 catches for 621 yards and five touchdowns in his six-game season.

Wade was a first-team All-American, per Sporting News and AP voters.


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