DCTF announces 2019 Preseason All-Texas College Teams

By Pat Carrigan

Texas Football magazine has announced its 2019 Preseason All-Texas College Teams, which was released in the 2019 summer edition of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football.

The team includes 52 student-athletics from all 12 FBS football programs in the state of Texas. Texas and TCU lead the way with nine overall selections each, including a combined eight on the first team. North Texas was right behind with eight honorees. Nine players on the preseason list earned Postseason All-Texas College in 2018.

In addition, eight student-athletes were honored by DCTF as superlatives at their positions. 

Best quarterback: Mason Fine, North Texas

Best running back: Keontay Ingram, Texas

Best receiver: Jalen Reagor, TCU

Best offensive lineman: Jack Anderson, Texas Tech

Best defensive lineman: Ross Blacklock, TCU

Best linebacker: Bryan London II, Texas State

Best defensive back: Caden Sterns, Texas

Best special teams: Braden Mann, Texas A&M

These picks, and much more, are available in the 2019 summer edition of Dave Campbell's Texas Football, which is available both on bookshelves and online.

FIRST TEAM ALL-TEXAS COLLEGE OFFENSE

Position

Name

School

Class

Hometown

QB

Mason Fine

North Texas

Sr.

Peggs, Okla.

RB

Keontay Ingram

Texas

So.

Carthage

RB

DeAndre Torrey

North Texas

Jr.

Gautier, Miss.

WR

Denzel Mims

Baylor

Sr.

Daingerfield

WR

James Proche

SMU

Sr.

DeSoto

WR

Rico Bussey

North Texas

Sr.

Lawton, Okla.

UT

Jalen Reagor

TCU

Jr.

Waxahachie

TE

Cade Brewer

Texas

Jr.

Austin (Lake Travis)

OL

Lucas Niang

TCU

Sr.

New Canaan, Conn.

OL

Jack Anderson

Texas Tech

Jr.

Frisco

OL

Josh Jones

Houston

Sr.

Richmond (George Bush)

OL

Aaron Brewer

Texas State

Sr.

Dallas (Skyline)

OL

Samuel Cosmi

Texas

So.

Humble (Atascocita)

FIRST TEAM ALL-TEXAS COLLEGE DEFENSE

Position

Name

School

Class

Hometown

DL

Ross Blacklock

TCU

Jr.

Missouri City (Elkins)

DL

Justin Madubuike

Texas A&M

Jr.

McKinney (North)

DL

Isaiah Chambers

Houston

Jr.

Houston (MacArthur)

DL

James Lynch

Baylor

Jr.

Round Rock

LB

Jordyn Brooks

Texas Tech

Sr.

Houston (Stratford)

LB

Clay Johnston

Baylor

Sr.

Abilene (Wylie)

LB

Bryan London II

Texas State

Sr.

Converse (Randolph)

DB

Jeff Gladney

TCU

Sr.

New Boston

DB

Caden Sterns

Texas

So.

Cibolo (Steele)

DB

Khairi Muhammad

North Texas

Jr.

DeSoto

DB

Adrian Frye

Texas Tech

So.

Houston (Eisenhower)

P

Braden Mann

Texas A&M

Sr.

Houston (Cy-Fair)

PK

Seth Small

Texas A&M

So.

Katy

SECOND TEAM ALL-TEXAS COLLEGE OFFENSE

Position

Name

School

Class

Hometown

QB

Sam Ehlinger

Texas

Jr.

Austin (Westlake)

RB

Sewo Olonilua

TCU

Sr.

Kingwood

RB

Quardraiz Wadley

UTEP

Sr.

Kennedale

WR

Collin Johnson

Texas

Sr.

San Jose, Calif.

WR

Reggie Roberson

SMU

Jr.

DeSoto (Mesquite Horn)

WR

Marquez Stevenson

Houston

Jr.

Shreveport, La.

UT

Austin Trammel

Rice

Jr.

Spring (Klein)

TE

Kelvin Smith

North Texas

Jr.

Spring (Dekaney)

OL

Josh Dunlop

UTSA

Sr.

Zionsville, Ind.

OL

Travis Bruffy

Texas Tech

Sr.

Missouri City (Ridge Point)

OL

Elex Woodworth

North Texas

Sr.

Mesquite (Horn)

OL

Parker Braun

Texas

Sr.

Hallsville

OL

Sosaia Mose

North Texas

Sr.

Euless (Trinity)

SECOND TEAM ALL-TEXAS COLLEGE DEFENSE

Position

Name

School

Class

Hometown

DL

Eli Howard

Texas Tech

Jr.

San Angelo (Central)

DL

LaDarius Hamilton

North Texas

Sr.

Corrigan (Corrigan-Camden)

DL

Corey Bethley

TCU

Jr.

Katy

DL

Bobby Brown III

Texas A&M

So.

Arlington (Lamar)

LB

Richard Moore

SMU

Sr.

Cedar Hill

LB

Garret Wallow

TCU

Jr.

New Orleans, La.

LB

Anthony Hines

Texas A&M

So.

Plano (East)

DB

Innis Gaines

TCU

Sr.

Beaumont (West Brook)

DB

Brandon Jones

Texas

Sr.

Nacogdoches

DB

George Nyakwol

Rice

Jr.

Houston (Eisenhower)

DB

Julius Lewis

TCU

Sr.

Mansfield

P

Ryan Bujcevski

Texas

So.

Sydney, Australia

PK

Kevin Robledo

SMU

Sr.

Thousand Oaks, Calif.

 

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