Pro Football Focus unveiled its All-Big Ten first-team offense and defense for the 2018 college football season on Monday afternoon.

Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins and defensive lineman Dre’mont Jones headline both lists after having a truly exceptional year:

According to PFF, the criteria for selection is as follows:

“The All-conference selections have been made by each of PFF’s leading conference analyst based mainly on PFF’s play-by-play grading process for the entire season as well as cumulative grades, game grades against quality opposition, other PFF advanced statistics and playing time.”

While Haskins and Jones steal the spotlight, it’s Wisconsin that boasts the most first-team appearances out of any program with five players overall. Iowa is represented by four players, Ohio State has three, Nebraska, Minnesota, Michigan and Michigan State each produced two, while Purdue, Illinois and Northwestern have one.

Click here to see the list in its entirety, including second-team selections.