Pitt's Donald named unanimous All-American
Senior defensive tackle Aaron Donald became Pitt's 12th unanimous All-American on Wednesday when he received honors from the American Football Coaches Association and the Football Writers Association of America.
Previously, he was named an All-American by the Associated Press, Sporting News and the Walter Camp Football Foundation.
Donald, who also won the Nagurski, Outland, Bednarik and Lombardi awards and was named ACC Defensive player of the Year by writers and coaches, is Pitt's first unanimous All-American since wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald in 2003.
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