LSU offensive lineman Will Clapp was named to the USA TODAY Sports Freshman All-America team on Thursday. Per

Clapp, who prepped at Brother Martin High School, started all 11 games for the Tigers, the last 10 on the right side after starting one game at left guard. He played 726 snaps, third most on the team, and allowed zero sacks with 68.5 knockdowns
Clapp also recorded a touchdown when he recovered Leonard Fournette's fumble into the endzone against Ole Miss.

QB: Josh Rosen, UCLA
RB: Mike Warren, Iowa State
RB: Saquon Barkley, Penn State
WR: Calvin Ridley, Alabama
WR: Richie James, Middle Tennessee State
WR: Courtland Sutton, SMU
OL: Mitch Hyatt, Clemson
OL: Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama
OL: Will Noble, Houston
OL: Will Clapp, LSU
OL: Connor Williams, Texas

DL: Hercules Mata'afa, Washington State
DL: Walter Brady, Missouri
DL: Terry Beckner Jr., Missouri
DL: Sam Hubbard, Ohio State
LB: Cameron Smith, USC
LB: Azeez Al-Shaair, Florida Atlantic
LB: Malik Jefferson, Texas
CB: Iman Marshall, USC
CB: Kareem Orr, Arizona State
S: Derwin James, Florida State
S: Jordan Whitehead, Pittsburgh

K: Greg Huegel, Clemson
P: Corey Fatony, Missouri
RET: Christian Kirk, Texas A&M
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Sid in Lakeshore101 months
Well done, Will. Well done.
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