Ohio State has another unanimous All-American.
Right guard Wyatt Davis became the latest Ohio State player to earn the honor when he was named a first-team All-American by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, sweeping first-team honors from all five selectors – the Associated Press, AFCA, FWAA, Sporting News and Walter Camp Football Foundation – who determine consensus and unanimous All-Americans.
Davis, who was already a first-team All-American in 2019 but not a consensus All-American, is the third Buckeye to earn unanimous All-American honors in the last two years, following former Ohio State defensive end Chase Young and cornerback Jeff Okudah last season.
|2019||CHASE YOUNG||DEFENSIVE END|
|2014||JOEY BOSA||DEFENSIVE END|
|1996||ORLANDO PACE||OFFENSIVE TACKLE|
|1995||EDDIE GEORGE||RUNNING BACK|
|1995||ORLANDO PACE||OFFENSIVE TACKLE|
|1984||KEITH BYARS||RUNNING BACK|
|1977||CHRIS WARD||OFFENSIVE TACKLE|
|1975||ARCHIE GRIFFIN||RUNNING BACK|
|1974||ARCHIE GRIFFIN||RUNNING BACK|
|1970||JIM STILLWAGON||NOSE TACKLE|
|1968||DAVE FOLEY||OFFENSIVE TACKLE|
|1955||HOWARD "HOPALONG" CASSADY||HALFBACK|
|1954||HOWARD "HOPALONG" CASSADY||HALFBACK|
Cornerback Shaun Wade and defensive tackle Haskell Garrett were also named second-team All-Americans by the Walter Camp Football Foundation.
Davis had already earned his tree in Buckeye Grove last year, but Wade and Garrett will also both get trees after earning first-team All-American honors for the 2020 season from other nationally recognized selectors.
Those All-American selections were the only Ohio State players to win awards during ESPN's College Football Awards show on Thursday night. Josh Myers was a finalist for the Rimington Trophy, which honors college football's best center, but that award went to Alabama's Landon Dickerson, who won't play in Monday's national championship game due to a knee injury.