Oregon center Jackson Powers-Johnson named Walter Camp first team All-American

Jackson Powers-Johnson is a first team All-American.

Oregon’s center, who won the Rimington Trophy on Friday, was also named a Walter Camp first team All-American.

Powers-Johnson is Oregon’s first Walter Camp All-American since Kayvon Thibodeaux and Verone McKinley III were each named to the first team in 2021 and the first UO offensive player selected since Penei Sewell in 2019.

The first Rimington Trophy winner in program history, Powers-Johnson is also the first Oregon center to earn Walter Camp All-American recognition.

Powers-Johnson leads all FBS centers in pass-blocking grade (91.3), overall grade (83.2) and run-blocking grade (83.1) by PFF and has not allowed a sack and just one pressure allowed in 471 pass-blocking opportunities.


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