Arizona Wildcats football: Carey repeats as AP All-American

2013-12-17T10:19:00Z 2013-12-17T17:16:11Z Arizona Wildcats football: Carey repeats as AP All-AmericanDaniel Berk Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

The postseason awards keep on flowing for Ka'Deem Carey.

The UA's standout running back has been named a first-team All-American by several major outlets already this morning.

Perhaps the biggest is the Associated Press. For the second straight year, Carey was named to the AP's All-American team. He is one of two running backs on the team along with Boston College's Andre Williams.

Carey is the fourth UA player to be named a two-time AP All-American joining Tedy Bruschi, Ricky Hunley and Rob Waldrop. 

If Carey is named a first-teamer by either the American Football Coaches Association or the Football Writers Association of America, he will be a consensus All-American for the second straight year. 

To be a consensus pick, a player has to be on at least three of the following teams: Associated Press, Walter Camp, Sporting News, FWAA and AFCA.

Carey was named to the Walter Camp team last week and the AP this morning. He was passed over for Auburn's Tre Mason and Williams by the Sporting News.

The AFCA and FWAA will release their teams tomorrow.

Here's a recap of today's honors:

AP All-American team

Sports Illustrated All-American team

CBS Sports All-American team All-American team (from yesterday)

Copyright 2015 Arizona Daily Star. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

About this blog

Daniel Berk began covering UA football in 2013 after spending two-plus years as the Star's high school sports coordinator. Previously, he served as the sports editor and NAU beat writer for the Arizona Daily Sun in Flagstaff for three years.

A University of Kansas graduate and St. Louis native, Berk is still getting used to 350 days of sunshine, the relentless "dry heat" of the summer and the fact that Tucson doesn't have a real hockey rink.

Contact Daniel at or by calling 573-4330. Follow him on Twitter @DSBerk.

What's hot

Follow the Arizona Daily Star

Featured businesses

View more...

Deals, offers & events

View more... newsletters

Sign up for e-mail newsletters

Sports news and blog headlines, delivered nightly.

Midmorning update of local business headlines, daily.

Tucson-area obituaries, daily.

Receive the current day's weather forecast in your email!