The B1G has consistently landed four players to various All-American teams throughout the preseason. But each list has its own flavor of talent from the conference.

On Wednesday, ESPN released its list of first team All-Americans.

Saquon Barkley has been the unanimous choice at running back. As a Heisman favorite, everybody is showing plenty of love to the Penn State ball-carrier. The other three names mentioned were slightly different than other All-American lists.

Wisconsin TE Troy Fumagalli, Indiana LB Tegray Scales and Ohio State C Billy Price were the other three selections to ESPN’s All-American team.

Barkley, Fumagalli and Price have received first-team votes from various sites but Scales has mostly received second-team or honorable mention votes. Here’s why ESPN chose the Indiana LB as an All-American:

If you like underdogs, here’s one to root for. The 6-foot, 230-pounder from Cincinnati didn’t get an offer from Ohio State, Michigan, Notre Dame or even hometown Cincinnati. But after two years of steady progress in Bloomington, Scales blew up into a star last season, leading the Big Ten with 126 tackles, 23.5 of them behind the line. The latter led the FBS. Let’s see how new Hoosiers head coach Tom Allen deploys Scales on a defense with nine returning starters.

Scales was the only B1G defender to receive All-American honors. The three B1G offensive selections was tied for the most from a single conference.

The Big XII also had three offensive selections.