Doctson leads five Frogs onto All-Big 12 1st team, Boykin makes 2nd
Josh Doctson rewrote the TCU record books this season even being unable to play much, if at all, in the final four games of the season in route to becoming a unanimous All-Big first team selection.
Doctson led the nation with 132.7 receiving yards a game, and he had 79 catches and 14 touchdowns in 10 games. His passing partner, senior quarterback Trevone Boykin, was named to the All-Big 12 second team, predictably being beat out for top honors by Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield, who guided the Sooners to the conference title and a spot in the College Football Playoff.
Senior offensive lineman Joey Hunt was also named to the first team.
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TCU’s defense was rocked by injuries all season, but still put three players on the first team: senior lineman Davion Pierson, junior lineman Josh Carraway and senior defensive back Derrick Kindred.
Boykin was joined on the second team by senior offensive lineman Halapoutivaati Vaitai and place kicker Jaden Oberkrom. For the entire list of All-Big 12 awards, click here.