Michigan sophomore tight end Devin Funchess was one of eight players named as semifinalists for the…
B1G Honors: Lewan, Countess, Funchess, Gallon
"... University of Michigan fifth-year senior offensive tackle Taylor Lewan (Scottsdale, Ariz./Chaparral) [was] named the recipient of the Rimington-Pace Offensive Lineman of the Year award for the second consecutive season and sophomore tight end Devin Funchess (Farmington Hills, Mich./Harrison) earn[ed] Kwalick-Clark Tight End of the Year honors.
Lewan headlined the Wolverines' five All-Big Ten honorees, earning first-team recognition from both the coaches and the media. Funchess and junior/sophomore cornerback Blake Countess (Owings Mills, Md./Our Lady of Good Counsel) were also named to the All-Big Ten first team by the media and earned all-conference second-team honors from the coaches.
Fifth-year senior wide receiver Jeremy Gallon (Apopka, Fla./Apopka HS) and junior defensive end Frank Clark (Cleveland, Ohio/Glenville HS) also earned all-conference second team honors. Gallon, whose 1,284 receiving yards in 2013 rank second all-time on U-M's single-season list, received his selection from both the coaches and the media. Clark garnered second-team distinction from the coaches and earned honorable mention from the media.
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