Ohio football with 16 players on the Athlon All-Big Ten

Pre-season football magazines and college publications will be in full swing before you know it, but some content is already starting to flow. Athlon Sports has published its top 25 for pre-season football, along with other online information for the upcoming season.

Part of that is his pre-season All-Gig Ten teams, and you can count on Ohio to be well represented. Surprisingly, Michigan actually has one more player on all four OSU teams, but the Buckeyes lead when it comes to the most on the first team – eight in all.

In all, there are sixteen players from Ohio in the four teams for 2022, and of course, it’s all based on predicting how good everyone will be this fall.

This is how everything falls apart.

NEXT … The first team of the Athlon All-Big Ten Buckeyes

CJ Stroud, quarterback

Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback CJ Stroud threw a pass during the fourth quarter of the Rose Bowl against Utah Utes in Pasadena, California on January 1, 2022. Syndication The Columbus Dispatch

First Team All-Big Ten, Offense

Treveion Henderson, Running Backwards

Treveion Henderson

Ohio State Bucky quarterback TreVyon Henderson, 32, celebrates after a touchdown in the second quarter of an NCAA Division I football game between the Ohio State Bucky and Maryland Therapins on Saturday, October 9, 2021, at Ohio Stadium in Ohio, Cul. Credit: USA TODAY Sports Network

First Team All-Big Ten, Offense

Jackson Smith-Njigba, wide receiver

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Ohio’s broad successor Bucky Jackson Smith-Njigba (11) celebrates a touchdown during the fourth quarter of the Rose Bowl against Utah Utes in Pasadena, California on January 1, 2022. Credit: USA TODAY Sports Network

First Team All-Big Ten, Offense

Paris Johnson Jr. – Offensive Line

Ohio Bucky striker Paris Johnson Jr. (77) blocks Clemson Tigers’ defensive game Jordan Williams, 59, during the semifinals of the Allstate Sugar Bowl playoffs at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans on Friday, Jan. 1. 2021 Credit: USA TODAY Sports Network

First Team All-Big Ten, Offense

Dowand Jones, Offensive Line

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Saturday, January 1, 2022; Pasadena, California, USA; Ohio State Buckeys striker Dowand Jones, 79, celebrated during the fourth quarter of the 108th Rose Bowl game between the Ohio State Bucks and Utah Utah at the Rose Bowl. Credit: USA TODAY Sports Network

Zack Harrison, Protective End

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September 25, 2021; Columbus, Ohio, USA; Ohio’s defensive end Bucky Zack Harrison, 9, celebrated his dismissal in the first quarter against Akron Zips at Ohio Stadium. Credit: Joseph Majorana-USA TODAY Sports

First team All-Big Ten, defense

Denzel Burke, cornerback

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Ohio State Bucky cornerback Denzel Burke (29) walks through the end zone past Rutgers Scarlet Knights quarterback Isai Pacheco (1) for a touchdown after crossing during the first quarter of the NCAA Division I football game between Rutgers Scarlet Knights and Ohio. , October 2, 2021, at SHI Stadium in Piscataway, New Jersey. Credit: USA TODAY Sports Network

First team All-Big Ten, defense

Ronnie Hickman, Safety

Ohio Buccanees Security Secretary Ronnie Hickman, 14, during an NCAA football game at the Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, Indiana on Sunday, October 24, 2021. Credit: USA TODAY Sports Network

First team All-Big Ten, defense

Emeka Egbuka, Kick Returner

Utah Utes running back Mika Bernard (2) tries to deal with Ohio’s broad successor Bucky Emeka Egbuka (12) during the third quarter of the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California on January 1, 2022. Credit: USA TODAY Sports Network

First team All big tens, specialist

NEXT … Second team

Marvin Harrison, junior, broad receiver

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Brutus’ wide-ranging successor Marvin Harrison Jr. (18) celebrates touchdown during the Ohio Spring State Football Game at the Ohio Stadium in Columbus on Saturday, April 17, 2021. Credit: USA TODAY Sports Network

Second team All-Big Ten, Attack

Jack Sawyer, Defensive Line

Ohio State Bucky quarterback Jack Sawyer, 33, celebrated after being fired during the fourth quarter of an NCAA Division I football game between the Ohio State Bucky and Maryland Therapins on Saturday, October 9, 2021, at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. Credit: USA TODAY Sports Network

Second team All-Big Ten, defense

Noah Rugles, Kicker

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Ohio State Bucks player Noah Rugles, 95, kicked out the winner of the game during the fourth quarter of the Rose Bowl against Utah Utes in Pasadena, California, on January 1, 2022. Bucky won 48-45. Credit: USA TODAY Sports Network

Second team All-Big Ten, specialist

NEXT … Third team

Luke Whippler, center

Ohio State Buckeys striker Luke Whippler (53) vs. Minnesota Golden Hoppers during their game at Huntington Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota, September 2, 2021. Credit: USA TODAY Sports Network

Third Team All Big Ten, Offense

JT Tuimoloau, defensive line

Ohio State Defender Bucky JT Twimolow, 44, left the field after the NCAA football game against the Indiana Husseins at the Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, Indiana on Saturday, October 23, 2021. Ohio won 54-7. Credit: USA TODAY Sports Network

Third Team All Big Ten, Defense

Tommy Eichenberg, midfielder

Ohio State Buccaneers midfielder Tommy Eichenberg, 35, and cornerback Denzel Burke, 29, are battling Tulsa Golden Hurricane quarterback Anthony Watkins, 23, during the third quarter of the NCAA football game at September 18 at Cubby Stadium in Ohio, Ohio. 2021 Syndication: The Columbus Dispatch

Third Team All Big Ten, Defense

NEXT … Fourth team

Tylake Williams, defensive line

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Ohio State Bucky Defender Tylake Williams, 91, celebrates after the dismissal of Akron Zips quarterback DJ Irons (0) during the fourth quarter of an NCAA Division I football game between Ohio State Bucky and Akron Zips on Saturday, September 20. , at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. Credit: USA TODAY Sports

Fourth team All-Big Ten, defense

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