Today, the Associated Press released their postseason All-America teams. It was a very deep field of players that caused the AP to do three teams at each position.
On the first team at running back was Arizona Wildcat Ka’Deem Carey. Also joining Carey on the first team was Boston College running back Andre Williams.
Carey deserves to be on this list as he has had a great season and getting the Wildcats to a bowl game. He also finished tenth in voting for the Heisman trophy.
This is the second time that Carey has been an AP All-American. This season, he has rushed for 1,716 yards and 17 touchdowns. In comparison to last season, Carey rushed for 1,929 yards and 23 touchdowns.
Ka’Deem Carey has been a great running back for the Pac-12 and most importantly for the Arizona Wildcats. The running back will have one more time to showcase his skills in the AdvoCare V100 Bowl against Andre Williams and the Boston College Eagles.