Three from the Big Ten were named to ESPN’s All-America team, highlighting another solid season for the conference in the national, end-of-the-year accolades.

Ohio State’s guard Wyatt Davis was the only offensive player from the Big Ten on the team. A likely first round pick in next April’s NFL Draft, Davis started in all six games for Ohio State and was dominant in Saturday’s Big Ten Championship Game against Northwestern.

Last week, Davis was named the Big Ten’s Offensive Lineman of the Year.

Also making the list was Iowa defensive tackle Daviyon Nixon and Ohio State cornerback Shaun Wade. Both players were consensus All-Big Ten selections a week ago.

Alabama led the way with six selections to the team (five on offense). Ohio State was second with their two selections making the ESPN list.

The complete ESPN team can be found here.