Two Nebraska football players make Pro Football Focus' midseason All-Big Ten team

Despite the bad season the Cornhuskers are having, there are a number of players that are having big years. Check out the whole list.

Pro Football Focus has released its midseason All-Big Ten team. Check out the Nebraska football players that made the list, as well as everyone else, who is having the best season, according to PFF.


QB - Trace McSorley

Boasting a rating of 90.1, the Penn State quarterback has thrown for 1,241 yards and 11 touchdowns to just two interceptions. He's also run for 447 yards and six touchdowns.


RB - Jonathan Taylor

The Badgers' running back has had another great season, with a grade of 83.1. He leads the Big Ten with 950 yards rushing and eight touchdowns.


RB - Devine Ozigbo

Showing that the list isn't based entirely on stats, Ozigbo has a 80.3 grade. On the season, he's run for 448 yards and five touchdowns. He also has 10 catches for 90 yards.


WR - KJ Hill

The Ohio State wide receiver has one of the highest PFF grades, at 90.9, with 40 catches for 551 yards and four touchdowns. He's just eight off the conference lead.


WR - JD Spielman

The other Nebraska football player on this list, thanks to a 83.4 grade. Spielman has especially been sharp the last few games. He has 40 catches for 537 yards and six touchdowns. Most of those yards coming in the last three games.


WR - Rondale Moore

Carrying a grade of 81.4, the Purdue freshman is second in the conference in receptions with 45. He's also got 558 yards and five touchdowns.


TE - TJ Hockenson

The Iowa tight end is PFF's top tight end, with a grade of 85.3, thanks to 22 catches for 394 yards and three touchdowns.

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