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Richardson (6' 5", 335 pounds) caught the attention of NFL scouts after serving as a reliable blind-side blocker at tackle for Heisman winner Robert Griffin III. He'll move back to guard this season.
SECOND TEAM MICHAEL BOWIE OKLAHOMA STATE SENIOR
OL LANE TAYLOR OKLAHOMA STATE SENIOR
The Cowboys attempted 595 passes last year, fourth most nationally, yet allowed just 12 sacks in 13 games thanks in very large part to the 6' 3", 328-pound Taylor, who'll start his fourth season at right guard.
SECOND TEAM BLAIZE FOLTZ TCU SENIOR
C BEN HABERN OKLAHOMA SENIOR
Plagued by injuries for much of his career, Habern still asserted his dominance in his last full season, in 2010, when he led Sooners linemen with 1,070 snaps and 123 knockdowns.
SECOND TEAM JOE MADSEN WEST VIRGINIA SENIOR
OL GABE IKARD OKLAHOMA JUNIOR
After filling in for Habern at center for much of last year, the returning first-team All--Big 12 honoree will move back to left guard, where he made 15 combined starts as a freshman and a sophomore.