REVEALED: 2022 DCTF All-Texas College Teams

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Dave Campbell’s Texas Football 2022 postseason All-Texas College teams include at least one player from each of the 12 FBS programs in the Lone Star State. The list is headlined by Offensive Player of the Year Max Duggan from TCU and Defensive Player of the Year Jaylan Ford of Texas. TCU head coach Sonny Dykes was named Coach of the Year, edging out UTSA’s Jeff Traylor, the winner of the award in 2021. Baylor running back Richard Reese and Texas A&M safety Bryce Anderson were named freshman of the year in a category that only included signees from the 2022 recruiting class. 

The teams are split into first and second team with 12 players selected to each side of the ball to avoid leaving out a third receiver, second running back, or the tight end position on offense, as well as keeping four defensive linemen, linebackers, and defensive backs on the defensive side of the ball. Players of the year were not eligible for first- or second-team selection to provide more spots for a state filled with so many good players. First team members such as Kelvin Banks were not eligible for freshman of the year honors. 

TCU, unsurprisingly given a 12-1 record and a three-seed in the upcoming College Football Playoff, top the list with 11 selections, including Duggan and Dykes as superlatives. The Horned Frogs played complimentary football and it shows because four offensive players, four defensive players, and two special team players made the list. 

UTSA and Texas tied for second-most selections with six each. Houston, UTEP, and Baylor hold five spots each. Texas Tech and North Texas checked in with four, while Rice and SMU sit at three. Rice has two defenders on the second-team, while Texas State’s one selection is a first-team player. 

Six players were awarded superlatives for player of the year awards. 

Offensive Player of the Year: Max Duggan, TCU, QB

Defensive Player of the Year: Jaylan Ford, Texas, LB

Coach of the Year: Sonny Dykes, TCU 

Offensive Freshman of the Year: Richard Reese, Baylor 

Defensive Freshman of the Year: Bryce Anderson, Texas A&M

In addition, eight student-athletes were awarded "best of" for their respective positions. 

Best quarterback: Max Duggan, TCU

Best running back: Bijan Robinson, Texas 

Best wide receiver: Nathaniel Dell, Houston

Best offensive lineman: Jacob Gall, Baylor 

Best defensive lineman: Tyree Wilson, Texas Tech 

Best linebacker: Jaylan Ford, Texas 

Best defensive back: Tre'Vius Hodges-Tomlinson, TCU 

Best special teams: Derius Davis, TCU 



QB: Frank Harris, UTSA

RB: Bijan Robinson, Texas

RB: Kendre Miller, TCU

WR: Nathaniel Dell, Houston

WR: Rashee Rice, SMU 

WR: Zakhari Franklin, UTSA

TE: JT Sanders, Texas 

OL: Jacob Gall, Baylor 

OL: Kelvin Banks, Texas 

OL: Steve Avila, TCU 

OL: Patrick Paul, Houston 

OL: Manase Mose, North Texas 


DL: Tyree Wilson, Texas Tech 

DL: Jadrian Taylor, UTEP 

DL: Levi Bell, Texas State 

DL: D’Anthony Jones, Houston 

LB: Dee Winters, TCU 

LB: KD Davis, North Texas 

LB: Cal Wallerstedt, UTEP 

LB: DeMarvion Overshown, Texas 

DB: Tre’Vius Hodges-Tomlinson, TCU 

DB: Josh Newton, TCU 

DB: Kordell Rogers, Texas State 

DB: Clifford Chattman, UTSA 

Special teams

Returner: Derius Davis, TCU 

Kicker: Gavin Baechle, UTEP 

Punter: Austin McNamara, Texas Tech 



QB: Clayton Tune, Houston 

RB: Devon Achane, Texas A&M 

RB: Kevorian Barnes, UTSA

WR: Tywin Smith, UTEP

WR: Joshua Cephus, UTSA 

WR: Quentin Johnston, TCU 

TE: Ben Sims, Baylor 

OL: Jeremiah Byers, UTEP 

OL: Connor Galvin, Baylor 

OL: Alan Ali, TCU  

OL: Justin Osborne, SMU 

OL: Cam’Ron Johnson, Houston 


DL: Siaki Ika, Baylor 

DL: Keondre Coburn, Texas 

DL: Elijah Chatman, SMU 

DL: Josh Pearcy, Rice 

LB: Krishon Merriweather, Texas Tech 

LB: Tyrice Knight, UTEP 

LB: Larry Nixon, North Texas 

LB: Mazin Richards, North Texas 

DB: Corey Mayfield Jr., UTSA 

DB: Gabe Taylor, Rice 

DB: Bud Clark, TCU 

DB: Marquis Waters, Texas Tech  

Special teams

Returner: Jayce Rogers, Houston 

Kicker: Griffin Kell, TCU 

Punter: Nik Constantinou, Texas A&M 


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