The accolades keep on rolling for Big Mo Hurst.
The Michigan defensive lineman was named to the second-team on the American Football Coaches Association’s All-America list Wednesday.
Another All-America team for @mohurstjr! He has been named to the Second Team by the AFCA!— Michigan Football (@UMichFootball) December 13, 2017
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The defensive linemen that beat out Hurst for the first-team are North Carolina State’s Bradley Chubb, Houston’s Ed Oliver, Clemson’s Christian Wilkins and Ohio State’s Nick Bosa. Hurst is joined on the second team by Washington State’s Hercules Mata’afa, Northern Illinois’ Sutton Smith and Alabama’s Da’Ron Payne.
All five lists have been released, and Hurst was named a first-teamer on two lists while making the second team on the other three. That should mean he will be a second-team consensus All-American tomorrow when the NCAA releases that list.
You can see every list in its entirety by clicking here and then following the links on the page.