Oregon’s Verone McKinley III Joins Thibodeaux As Consensus All-American

EUGENE — Verone McKinley III joined Kayvon Thibodeaux as a 2021 consensus all-American on Tuesday as both Ducks were named to the Sporting News All-America first team.

A player is recognized as a consensus all-American after being named to the first team by at least half of the five official selectors – the Walter Camp Football Foundation (WCFF), Football Writers Association of America (FWAA), Associated Press (AP), Sporting News, and American Football Coaches Association (AFCA).

McKinley has now earned first-team all-America honors by the WCFF, AP, and Sporting News, while also landing on the FWAA second team. The AFCA all-America teams will be revealed on Wednesday.

Thibodeaux secured consensus all-America status on Monday with the release of the AP all-America team. He has been named to the first team by each of the first four official selectors, and can become the fourth unanimous all-American in program history if he is named to the first team by the AFCA.

Thibodeaux and McKinley are the ninth and 10th consensus all-Americans ever for the Ducks, and the first pair of teammates to earn the honor in the same season since Marcus Mariota and Ifo Ekpre-Olomu in 2014. LaMichael James and Cliff Harris also were consensus all-Americans in the same season in 2010.

S Verone McKinley III – Sporting News All-America First Team

  • AP All-America first team
  • Walter Camp All-America first team
  • CBS Sports & ESPN All-America first team
  • FWAA All-America second team
  • Paycom Jim Thorpe Award finalist
  • Coaches Pac-12 All-Conference first team
  • AP All-Pac-12 first team
  • Leads the nation with six interceptions this season
  • Second on Oregon with 71 total tackles, third-most among Pac-12 defensive backs
  • Leads the Ducks with six pass breakups
  • Four interceptions in three games against Ohio State, Stony Brook, and Arizona
  • Sealed Oregon’s win at then-No. 3 Ohio State with an interception
  • Two interceptions vs. Stony Brook, his second career multi-pick game
  • 11 career interceptions, one away from cracking the UO all-time top 10
  • Six interceptions is one away from the UO single-season top 10.

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DE Kayvon Thibodeaux – Sporting News All-America First Team

  • Associated Press All-America first team
  • FWAA All-America first team
  • Walter Camp All-America first team
  • CBS Sports All-America second team
  • Bronko Nagurski Trophy finalist
  • Chuck Bednarik Award finalist
  • Coaches Pac-12 All-Conference first team; second year in a row
  • AP All-Pac-12 first team; third year in a row
  • Pro Football Focus Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year
  • Tied for third in the Pac-12 with seven sacks and fourth with 12.0 tackles for loss
  • 91.5 pass-rush grade by PFF, ninth-best among FBS edge defenders
  • 48 total QB pressures according to PFF, second-most among Pac-12 defenders
  • Multi-sack performances vs. both UCLA and Washington State
  • Career-high 4.5 TFLs in win at UCLA, the most by a Duck since 2017
  • Tied for seventh in Oregon history with 19.0 career sacks
  • Two-time Pac-12 Defensive Player and Defensive Lineman of the Week