Maryland football wide receiver DJ Moore earned All-Big Ten First Team honors after leading the conference in receptions (80) and receiving yards (1,033).

Moore’s receptions tally set a Terps single-season record, breaking former wide receiver Geroy Simon’s mark set in 1994. He also hauled in a team-high eight touchdown receptions and added a score on the ground.

Moore has caught a pass in 33 consecutive games. The junior, who’s Maryland’s first All-Big Ten First Time selection since 2015, could leave for the 2018 NFL Draft but said he hasn’t made a decision.

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Running back Ty Johnson and offensive lineman Derwin Gray were named All-Big Ten honorable mentions.

Johnson averaged 6.4 yards per carry, managing his second straight season with at least 850 yards on the ground. Gray helped pave the way for many of those yards, starting all 12 games at left tackle.

Gray also blocked a field goal in Maryland’s season opener at then-No. 23 Texas, which Antoine Brooks returned 71 yards for a touchdown.