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The Complete All-Kirk Ferentz Team

July 13, 2019

Written by Rob Howe

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IOWA CITY, Iowa – We completed the reveal of our All-Kirk Ferentz Teams on Saturday with the quarterbacks. It included nine days of position releases.

Once again, we thank the longtime Iowa media members for helping with the project. You can find out who participated and the methodology HERE.

We’ll wrap things up by compiling all of the positions into one story so you can see how the whole team lays out. Please click on the position name to see the writeup and full breakdown of the voting for that spot.

Thanks for following along.

QUARTERBACK

First Team – Brad Banks (2001-02)

Second Team – Drew Tate (2003-06)

RUNNING BACK

First Team – Shonn Greene (2005-06, ’08)

Second Team – Ladell Betts (1998-2001)

FULLBACK

First Team – Jeremy Allen (1998-2001)

Second Team – Edgar Cervantes (1999-2003)

RECEIVER

First Team – Marvin McNutt (2007-2011), Derrell Johnson-Koulianos (2006-2010)

Second Team – Kevin Kasper (1996-2000), Ed Hinkel (2001-2005)

TIGHT END

First Team – Dallas Clark (1999-2002)

Second Team – TJ Hockenson (2016-2018)

OFFENSIVE LINE

Tackle

First Team – Robert Gallery (1999-2003), Brandon Scherff (2010-2014)

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Second Team – Bryan Bulaga (2007-2009), Marshal Yanda (2005-06)

Guard

First Team – Eric Steinbach (1998-2002), Sean Welsh (2013-2017)

Second Team – Seth Olsen (2004-2008), Dace Richardson (2005-2009)

Center

First Team – James Daniels (2015-2017)

Second Team – Bruce Nelson (1998-2002)

DEFENSIVE LINE

Defensive End

First Team – Adrian Clayborn (2006-2010), Aaron Kampman (1998-2001)

Second Team – Matt Roth (2001-2004), AJ Epenesa (2017-Present)

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Defensive Tackle

First Team – Colin Cole (1999-2002), Jonathan Babineaux (2000-2004)

Second Team – Mitch King (2004-2008), Mike Daniels (2007-2011)

LINEBACKER

LEO

First Team – Christian Kirksey (2010-2013)

Second Team – AJ Edds (2006-2009)

MIKE

First Team – Josey Jewell (2013-2017)

Second Team – Abdul Hodge (2001-2005)

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WILL

First Team – Chad Greenway (2001-2005)

Second Team – Anthony Hitchens (2010-2013)

DEFENSIVE BACK

Cornerback

First Team – Desmond King (2013-2016), Micah Hyde (2009-2013)

Second Team – Josh Jackson (2014-2017), Jovon Johnson (2002-2005)

Free Safety

First Team – Amani Hooker (2016-2018)

Second Team – Sean Considine (2000-2004)

Strong Safety

First Team – Bob Sanders (2000-2003)

Second Team – Tyler Sash (2007-2010)

KICKER

First Team – Nate Kaeding (2000-2003)

Second Team – Marshall Koehn (2011-2015)

PUNTER

First Team – Jason Baker (1997-2000)

Second Team – Ryan Donahue (2006-2010)

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