Michigan fifth-year senior defensive tackle Maurice "Mo" Hurst was named to the Associated Press All-Big Ten First Team, Pro Football Focus All-American First Team and PFF All-Big Ten First team on Wednesday.
Hurst was the only Wolverine selected to the AP All-Big Ten First Team.
Several Michigan players made the AP All-Big Ten Second-Team: senior left tackle Mason Cole, sophomore left guard Ben Bredeson, redshirt junior defensive end Chase Winovich, sophomore defensive end Rashan Gary, sophomore linebacker Devin Bush Jr., sophomore viper Khaleke Hudson and sophomore cornerback Lavert Hill.
Only Hurst was selected to the PFF All-American team. He earned the highest grade of any player in the country — 96.9 out of 100. We'll have a more in-depth look at that tomorrow.
Several Wolverines made the PFF All-Big Ten First Team — all on defense.
Winovich, Hudson, Bush and Hill all joined Hurst on the team. PFF's Second-Team All-Big Ten comes out Wednesday.
This season, Hurst had 59 tackles, 13.5 tackles for loss, five sacks, one forced fumble, one blocked kick, one pass breakup and 45 quarterback pressures — the most among all FBS defensive tackles according to PFF.