Kentrell Brothers earns Second Team All-America honors

Kentrell Brothers earns Second Team All-America honors

Guthrie’s Kentrell Brothers was named to the USA TODAY All-America list after a stellar season for the Missouri Tigers. The selections were announced Tuesday morning.

Brothers, a senior linebacker who finished this season 152 tackles, made USA TODAY’s Sports All-America second team. He was the only selection from Missouri.

The Oklahoma Sooners had three selections.

While Missouri did not qualify for a bowl game, Brothers will participate in the Senior Bowl on Jan. 30. Related story: Kentrell Brothers accepts invitation to play in Senior Bowl



QB: Deshaun Watson, Clemson

RB: Derrick Henry, Alabama

RB: Christian McCaffrey, Stanford

WR: Corey Coleman, Baylor

WR: Josh Doctson, TCU

TE: Hunter Henry, Arkansas

OL: Jack Conklin, Michigan State

OL: Joshua Garnett, Stanford

OL: Ryan Kelly, Alabama

OL: Spencer Drango, Baylor

OL: Joe Thuney, North Carolina State


DL: Joey Bosa, Ohio State

DL: Sheldon Day, Notre Dame

DL: DeForest Buckner, Oregon

DL: Shaq Lawson, Clemson

LB: Tyler Matakevich, Temple

LB: Jaylon Smith, Notre Dame

LB: Reggie Ragland, Alabama

CB: Jourdan Lewis, Michigan

CB: Desmond King, Iowa

S: Jeremy Cash, Duke

S: Marcus Maye, Florida


K: Jake Elliott, Memphis

P: Tom Hackett, Utah

RET: Morgan Burns, Kansas State



QB: Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma

RB: Ezekiel Elliott, Ohio State

RB: Leonard Fournette, LSU

WR: Will Fuller, Notre Dame

WR: Sterling Shepard, Oklahoma

TE: David Morgan, UTSA

OL: Roderick Johnson, Florida State

OL: Jack Allen, Michigan State

OL: Matt Skura, Duke

OL: Taylor Decker, Ohio State

OL: Joe Dahl, Washington State


DL: Carl Nassib, Penn State

DL: A’Shawn Robinson, Alabama

DL: Andrew Billings, Baylor

DL: Emmanuel Ogbah, Oklahoma State

LB: Kentrell Brothers, Missouri

LB: Blake Martinez, Stanford

LB: Joe Schobert, Wisconsin

CB: Zack Sanchez, Oklahoma

CB: Jalen Ramsey, Florida State

S: Damontae Kazee, San Diego State

S: Quin Blanding, Virginia


K: Roberto Aguayo, Florida State

P: Hayden Hunt, Colorado State

RET: Will Likely, Maryland

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