Dave Campbell's Texas Football's All-Texas College Team: RB Xavier Jones, DL Justin Madubuike lead 2019 honorees

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The 2019 regular college football season is done and only four Texas college teams have games left. That makes now the perfect time to honor the best of 2019. 

Two teams stood above the rest of the state, and their players were honored accordingly. Baylor led the way with six honorees after an 11-win season. SMU wasn't close behind with five players. However, 10 of the 12 FBS teams overall were honored with at least one honoree on the All-Texas College team. 

Some of our toughest cuts made sense – quarterback, for example. Others were more surprising. We could write a series on how good the punting in this state was in 2019. But ultimately, we selected just two percent of the more than 1,000 scholarship athletes in Texas FBS football. 

Without further ado, here is the 2019 Dave Campbell's Texas All-Texas College Team.

All-Texas College Team: Offense

QB: Shane Buechele, SMU (Arlington Lamar)

Buechele changed everything about the SMU offense with his ability to stretch the field. The junior posted 3,626 yards and 33 touchdowns to establish himself as the best signal-caller in the state and lead the Mustangs to 10 wins.

RB: Xavier Jones, SMU (Spring)

Jones had a tremendous bounce-back season in 2019. He exploded for 1,249 yards and averaged 5.4 yards per carry. Most impressive, he broke Eric Dickerson’s record with 21 single-season touchdowns – with a game remaining too. 

RB: Sincere McCormick, UTSA (Converse Judson)

Not much went right for UTSA this year, but the Roadrunners have a bonafide stud in McCormick to build around. He posted 983 yards and eight touchdowns on 5.6 yards per carry and helped UTSA reach offensive respectability following a miserable 2018. McCormick was the best freshman in the state in 2019. 

WR: James Proche, SMU (DeSoto)

Proche capped off a magnificent career with his best season as a senior, en route to earning an offensive player of the year nod from us.  

WR: Devin Duvernay, Texas (Sachse)

Duvernay improved more than almost any other player this year in a slot role. He exploded for 103 receptions for 1,294 yards – both of which led the state – and eight touchdowns. Duvernay was the consistent piece on an otherwise inconsistent Longhorns offense. 

WR: Denzel Mims, Baylor (Daingerfield)

Mims bounced back from a poor junior season to establish himself as a surefire NFL draft pick again. He caught 61 passes for 945 yards and 11 touchdowns. His impact at receiver was even greater than his numbers – every defense had to account for him.

TE: Kylen Granson, SMU (Westlake)

The redshirt junior completely changed the way SMU used its tight end. He caught 36 passes for 628 yards and nine touchdowns and established himself as easily the top pass-catching tight end in the state. 2020 could be even bigger. 

OL: Travis Bruffy, Texas Tech (Fort Bend Ridge Point)

Bruffy wasn’t perfect, but he was the most consistent contributor on a solid Texas Tech offensive line that dealt with injuries. 

OL: Samuel Cosmi, Texas (Humble Atascocita)

Cosmi generally held up his end of the bargain on the Texas offensive line and cleared the way for Sam Ehlinger to have a good season. 

OL: Aaron Brewer, Texas State (Dallas Skyline)

Brewer was a mainstay at Texas State over the last few seasons and continued improving as a senior, even as the offense struggled. 

OL: Sam Tecklenburg, Baylor (Plano)

Baylor shifted its offensive line quite a bit due to injuries, but Tecklenburg was the lone mainstay. He played both guard and center situationally and helped direct a Baylor offense that reached the Big 12 title game. 

OL: Josh Jones, Houston (Richmond Bush)

Jones was one of the top offensive linemen in America per Pro Football Focus and helped keep Clayton Tune clean during a strong senior season. 

UT: Marquez Stevenson, Houston

Stevenson was an elite performer both at receiver and returner for the Cougars this season. He led the way with 52 catches for 907 yards and nine touchdowns while switching between multiple starting quarterbacks. He added a pair of kick return touchdowns and averaged 28 yards per return.

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