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Wisconsin's Ramczyk and Watt named All-Americans

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The Badgers football team landed a pair on the Associated Press' All-American teams. Tackle Ryan Ramczyk earned First Team honors in his first season playing for the Badgers. Linebacker TJ Watt was named to the Second Team after leading Wisconsin with 10.5 sacks. 

Associated Press College Football All-American Teams

  FIRST TEAM
   OFFENSE
   Quarterback -- Lamar Jackson, sophomore, 6-foot-3, 205 pounds, Louisville
   Running backs -- D'Onta Foreman, junior, 6-2, 249, Texas; Dalvin Cook, junior, 5-11, 213, Florida State
   Tackles -- Cam Robinson, junior, 6-6, 310, Alabama; Ryan Ramczyk, junior, 6-6, 314, Wisconsin
   Guards -- Cody O'Connell, junior, 6-8, 354, Washington State; Dan Feeney, senior, 6-4, 305, Indiana.
   Center -- Pat Elflein, senior, 6-3, 300, Ohio State
   Tight end -- Evan Engram, senior, 6-3, 235, Mississippi
   Wide receivers -- Dede Westbrook, senior, 6-0, 176, Oklahoma; Corey Davis, senior, 6-3, 213, Western Michigan
   All-purpose player -- Curtis Samuel, junior, 5-11 197, Ohio State
   Kicker -- Zane Gonzalez, senior, 6-1, 195, Arizona State
   DEFENSE
   Ends -- Myles Garrett, junior, 6-5, 270, Texas A&M; Derek Barnett, junior, 6-3, 265, Tennessee
   Tackles -- Jonathan Allen, junior, 6-3, 291, Alabama; Ed Oliver, freshman, 6-2, 290, Houston
   Linebackers -- Reuben Foster, senior, 6-1, 228, Alabama; Zach Cunningham, junior, 6-2, 230, Vanderbilt; Jabrill Peppers, junior, 6-1, 205, Michigan
   Cornerbacks -- Jourdan Lewis, senior, 5-11, 186, Michigan; Adoree' Jackson, junior, 5-11, 185, Southern California
   Safeties -- Malik Hooker, sophomore, 6-2, 205, Ohio State; Minkah Fitzpatrick, sophomore, 6-1, 200, Alabama
   Punter -- Mitch Wishnowsky, sophomore, 6-2, 220, Utah
   ------
   SECOND TEAM
   OFFENSE
   Quarterback -- Deshaun Watson, junior, Clemson
   Running backs -- Donnel Pumphrey, senior, San Diego State; Christian McCaffrey, junior, Stanford
   Tackles -- Connor Williams, sophomore, Texas; Orlando Brown, sophomore, Oklahoma
   Guards -- Billy Price, junior, Ohio State; Will Hernandez, junior, UTEP
   Center -- Tyler Orlosky, senior, West Virginia
   Tight end -- Jake Butt, senior, Michigan
   Wide receivers -- Zay Jones, senior, East Carolina; John Ross, junior, Washington
   All-purpose player -- Quadree Henderson, sophomore, Pitt
   Kicker -- Daniel Carlson, junior, Auburn
   DEFENSE
   Ends -- DeMarcus Walker, senior, Florida State; Harold Landry, junior, Boston College
   Tackles -- Carlos Watkins, senior, Clemson; Montravius Adams, senior, Auburn
   Linebackers -- Raekwon McMillan, junior, Ohio State; T.J. Watt, junior, Wisconsin; Tim Williams, senior, Alabama
   Cornerbacks -- Rasul Douglas, senior, West Virginia; Desmond King, senior, Iowa
   Safeties -- Budda Baker, junior, Washington; Jamal Adams, junior, LSU
   Punter -- Cameron Johnston, senior, Ohio State
   ------
   THIRD TEAM
   OFFENSE
   Quarterback -- Baker Mayfield, junior, Oklahoma
   Running backs -- Saquon Barkley, sophomore, Penn State; Aaron Jones, junior, UTEP
   Tackles -- Mike McGlinchey, senior, Notre Dame; Forrest Lamp, senior, Western Kentucky
   Guards -- Nico Siragusa, senior, San Diego State; Quenton Nelson, junior, Notre Dame
   Center -- Ethan Pocic, senior, LSU
   Tight end -- O.J. Howard, senior, Alabama
   Wide receivers -- Amba Etta-Tawo, senior, Syracuse; Austin Carr, senior, Northwestern
   All-purpose player -- Christian Kirk, sophomore, Texas A&M
   Kicker -- Gary Wunderlich, junior, Mississippi
   DEFENSE
   Ends -- Hunter Dimick, senior, Utah; Jordan Willis, senior, Kansas State
   Tackles -- Christian Wilkins, sophomore, Clemson; Solomon Thomas, junior, Stanford
   Linebackers -- Kendell Beckwith, senior, LSU; Jimmie Gilbert, senior, Colorado; Ben Boulware, senior, Clemson
   Cornerbacks -- Teez Tabor, junior, Florida; Cordrea Tankersley, senior, Clemson
   Safeties -- Nathan Gerry, senior, Nebraska; Weston Steelhammer, senior, Air Force
   Punter -- Michael Dickson, sophomore, Texas

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