Much like their counterparts on the defensive side of the ball, Ohio State offensive players littered the Big Ten's all-conference team, which was unveiled on Wednesday.

Between the three teams selected each selected by the coaches and media, seven Buckeyes earned All-Big Ten offense honors, including three players who made both first-teams.

Leading the way was quarterback J.T. Barrett, an All-Big Ten first-team selection for the third time in his career. Heading into Ohio State's Big Ten Championship Game against Wisconsin on Saturday, the fifth-year signal-caller has been responsible for 3,400 yards of total offense (2,728 passing, 672 rushing) and 42 touchdowns (33 passing, 9 rushing), while throwing just 7 interceptions.

Joining Barrett on both the coaches' and media's first-teams is center Billy Price and left tackle Jamarco Jones. Sophomore guard Michael Jordan earned a first-team distinction by the Big Ten coaches and a second-team selection from the media.

Buckeyes freshman running back J.K. Dobbins earned second-team honors from both the coaches and media after rushing for 1,190 yards and 7 touchdowns in the first 12 games of his college career. Right tackle Isaiah Prince was selected to the third-team by both the coaches and media, while receiver and Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary product Parris Campbell earned third-team honors from the media.

You can find the entirety of the Big Ten's All-Offense teams at the conference's official website.