CONWAY, S.C. – Coastal Carolina freshman offensive lineman Willie Lampkin was named to the ESPN college football’s 2020 true freshman All-America team, it was announced today.
The freshman All-America honor is the third for the Florida native who was also named to the 2020 247Sports True Freshman All-America team and The Athletic’s 2020 College Football Freshman All-America team.
The 6-foot-1, 295-pound left guard was a member of the offensive line that was a semifinalist for the Joe Moore Award which is presented annually to the nation’s top offensive line unit.
Lampkin started every game for the Chanticleers, helping pave the way for a top 20 rushing and scoring offense. Lampkin allowed just one sack all season and graded out as PFF College’s fourth-best freshman offensive lineman.
The Chanticleers’ offense ranked first in the Sun Belt in scoring (37.2 ppg), second in total yards on the season (5,398), third in total yards per game (449.8), third in rushing (218.3 ypg), and fifth in passing (231.5 ypg).
The offense was also first in the conference and among the nation’s leaders in third-down conversion percentage (52.3), fourth-down conversion percentage (76.5), and average time of possession per game (33:50).
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