Utah football: Lotulelei named consensus All-America

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Utah senior defensive tackle Star Lotulelei is one of eight Pac-12 players to earn consensus All-America honors, the conference announced Friday.

To earn consensus honors, one must be selected first team on at least two of the five All-America teams. The organizations used in the consensus chart — American Football Coaches Association, Associated Press, Football Writers Association of America, The Sporting News, and Walter Camp Foundation.

Lotulelei earned first-team honors on the AP and Walter Camp All-America teams.

The Utes' defensive standout was joined by USC senior wide receiver Marquise Lee, Oregon senior running back Kenjon Barner, Arizona sophomore running back Ka'Deem Carey, Stanford senior tight end Zach Ertz and junior offensive lineman David Yankev, Arizona State junior defensive tackle Will Sutton and Oregon State defensive back Jordan Poyer.

In addition, UCLA senior RB Johnathan Franklin was a Football Writers All-America selection.