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Aggies Kaser, Ogbuehi named to All-America team

Posted on 12 August 2014 by Allen

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Texas A&M’s Drew Kaser and Cedric Ogbuehi were named to’s 2014 Preseason All-America Team that was announced on Tuesday. Kaser was also on’s final 2013 All-America team.

Ogbuehi, from Allen, Texas, will be seeking to become the third consecutive Texas A&M left tackle to garner first-team All-America honors, joining former teammates Luke Joeckel and Jake Matthews who also went on to become NFL top 10 overall draft picks. Entering his fourth year as a starter, Ogbuehi was a mainstay at guard his first two seasons before shifting to right tackle as a junior. As a senior, Ogbuehi will shift to the Aggies’ all-important left tackle position, which was vacated by Matthews.

With Ogbuehi helping clear the way, the Aggie offense averaged 490.2 total yards in 2011, a school and Southeastern Conference record 558.5 yards in 2012 and 538.4 yards in 2013. The Aggies have led the SEC in passing offense, scoring offense and total offense the past two seasons.

Kaser, from Strongsville, Ohio, was a first-team All-America pick and a finalist for the Ray Guy Award in his first season as a starter in 2013 after averaging 47.4 yards per punt. Kaser led the SEC in punt average and broke Shane Lechler’s long-standing A&M record of 47.1 average from 1999. Kaser’s amazing season included 17 50-yard plus boots, 17 “coffin corner” efforts, 14 fair catches and a long punt of 76 yards on 44 total tries.’s 2014 Preseason All-America Team
First Team
QB Jameis Winston, So., Florida State
RB Todd Gurley, Jr., Georgia
RB Melvin Gordon, Jr., Wisconsin
WR Antwan Goodley, Sr., Baylor
WR Amari Cooper, Jr., Alabama
TE Nick O’Leary, Sr., Florida State
T Cedric Ogbuehi, Sr., Texas A&M
G A.J. Cann, Sr., South Carolina
C Hroniss Grasu, Sr., Oregon
G Tre’ Jackson, Sr., Florida State
T Andrus Peat, Jr., Stanford

DL Vic Beasley, Sr., Clemson
DL Leonard Williams, Jr., USC
DL Shilique Calhoun, Jr., Michigan State
LB Myles Jacks, So., UCLA
LB Ramik Wilson, Sr., Georgia
LB A.J. Johnson, Sr., Tennessee
LB Eric Striker, Jr., Oklahoma
CB Vernon Hargreaves III, So., Florida
S Cody Prewitt, Sr., Ole Miss
S Jalen Ramsey, So., Florida State
CB Kendall Fuller, So., Virginia Tech

Special Teams
K Roberto Aguayo, So., Florida State
P Drew Kaser, Jr., Texas A&M
R Ryan Switzer, So., North Carolina
AP Tyler Lockett, Sr., Kansas State

Second Team
QB Marcus Mariota, Jr. Oregon
RB Ameer Abdullah, Sr., Nebraska
RB Mike Davis, Jr., South Carolina
WR Nelson Agholor, Jr., USC
WR DeVante Parker, Sr. Louisville
TE O.J. Howard, So., Alabama
T Cameron Erving, Sr., Florida State
G Laken Tomlinson, Sr., Duke
C Reese Dismukes, Sr., Auburn
G Shaquille Mason, Sr., Georgia Tech
T Brandon Scherff, Sr., Iowa

DL Michael Bennett, Sr., Ohio State
DL Chris Jones, So., Mississippi State
DL Randy Gregory, Jr., Nebraska
LB Trey DePriest, Sr., Alabama
LB Jaylon Smith, So., Notre Dame
LB Denzel Perryman, Sr., Miami
LB Shaq Thompson, Jr., Washington
CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Sr., Oregon
S Landon Collins, Jr., Alabama
S Anthony Harris, Sr., Virginia
CB Tre’Davious White, So., LSU

Special Teams
K Andy Phillips, So., Utah
P Mike Sadler, Sr., Michigan State
R Stefon Diggs, Jr., Maryland
AP Ty Montgomery, Jr., Stanford

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