It’s finally time to release our SIS All-Conference teams. We used our all-encompassing player value stat, Total Points, along with other metrics and our scouting work as leading references in putting together our team of selections for 2022, plus a few honorable mentions.

You can learn more about Total Points and the statistics referenced here.

These picks are meant to honor this season’s best-of-the-best in the Big 12.


Position Name School
QB Max Duggan TCU
RB Bijan Robinson Texas
WR Quentin Johnston TCU
WR Malik Knowles Kansas State
TE Ja’Tavion Sanders Texas
FLEX Kendre Miller TCU
OT Christian Duffie Kansas State
OT Caleb Rogers Texas Tech
OG Hadley Panzer Kansas State
OG Steve Avila TCU
OC Hayden Gillum Kansas State

TCU’s Max Duggan burst onto the scene after not initially being named the starting QB. He led the Horned Frogs to their first CFP appearance and ultimately to the National Championship game. Duggan not only led the conference with 145 Total Points, but he also led in yards (3,698) and TDs (32).

Bijan Robinson was a consistent force in the conference. He accumulated 74 Total Points, which not only led the conference, but led all FBS running backs by a significant margin. He also finished 5th nationally in yards (1,578) and rushing TDs (18), and he created the 2nd-highest Broken+Missed Tackle rate (33.3%) among players with at least 150 rushes.

Kansas State boasted one of the top offensive lines in the conference with three players, Christian Duffie, Hadley Panzer, and Hayden Gillum, leading the Big 12 at each of their positions in TP with 39, 39, and 41, respectively. 


Position Name School
DT Jaylon Hutchings Texas Tech
DT Moro Ojomo Texas
EDGE Tyree Wilson Texas Tech
EDGE Felix Anudike-Uzomah Kansas State
LB Jaylan Ford Texas
LB O’Rien Vance Iowa State
CB Tre’vius Hodges-Tomlinson TCU
CB Julius Brents Kansas State
S Jason Taylor II Oklahoma State
S Kendal Daniels Oklahoma State
FLEX Josh Newton TCU

TCU’s Tre’vius Hodges-Tomlinson was one of the league’s best defenders this season and earned a spot on our All-America squad. He led all FBS CBs in Total Points by a wide margin with 110 and allowed a FBS low 26.1% completion rate,  which led to a 23.0 Passer Rating Against (ranking 4th nationally).

Texas’s Jaylan Ford had a career year in which he finished atop the conference in Total Points (57), interceptions (4), and tied forced fumbles (3) for linebackers. Texas Tech’s Tyree Wilson put together another great season, accumulating 43 Total Points, 7 sacks, and 45 pressures (tied 8th nationally).


Position Name School
K Tanner Brown Oklahoma State
P Ty Zentner Kansas State
Returner Derius Davis TCU

Tanner Brown’s 21 FG made were tied for 11th-most in FBS, going 21-of-22 which is 3rd in the FBS for FG% with a minimum of 15 attempts. Ty Zentner’s 13 punts inside the 10 ranks tied for 5th in the FBS. Derius Davis was one of 4 players with 2 kick/punt returns this season, where he was 1 of 2 players to have both of his return TDs on punts.

Honorable Mentions

Name School
Deuce Vaughn Kansas State
Xavier Hutchinson Iowa State
Ben Sinnott Kansas State
Mason Fairchild Kansas
Cooper Beebe Kansas State
Will McDonald IV Iowa State
Dylan Horton TCU

Dylan Horton finished atop the conference in sacks with 10.5 which puts him tied at 7th in all FBS. Another member of the Kansas State OL Cooper Beebe just missed the first team honors, but he was 1 of only 2 OL in all of FBS to allow the fewest blown blocks (4) with at least 500 snaps. 

Total Points, stats, and ranks as of 2/6/2023