Lamar Jackson named 2nd Team AP All-American, and that's crazy.

Lamar Jackson named 2nd Team AP All-American, and that's crazy.

Jack Pilgrimabout 4 years

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Aritcle written by:Jack PilgrimJack Pilgrim
I'm the biggest UofL hater out there, and seeing Lamar Jackson fumble the UK-Louisville game away made me cry tears of joy. But the kid is legit. And placing him lower than 1st Team anything is just crazy. AP recently listed him as a 2nd Team All-American for 2017, and the Twitter world was not happy, to say the least. https://twitter.com/jeffgreer_cj/status/900429172094402560 https://twitter.com/DjPriddy/status/900509599396229121 https://twitter.com/GregSmithHV/status/900473417773789184 https://twitter.com/DeVanteParker11/status/900040038465064960 Bleacher Report also listed the top 100 players in college football for 2017, and Jackson was ranked No. 10 behind QB's Sam Darnold and Baker Mayfield. With little surprise, the Cardinal quarterback had something to say about the low rankings. https://twitter.com/Lj_era8/status/900130985395847169 (Insert fumble joke here.) Jackson was named the ACC Preseason Player of the Year, preseason watch list for the Maxwell Award (college player of the year), the Davey O’Brien Award (top college quarterback), and the Manning Award (top quarterback), so don't feel too sorry for him. That being said, both AP and Bleacher Report's lists are ridiculous. Hate the team or not, Jackson took the college football scene by storm last year, and putting him behind any QB in America right now is just silly.

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