A day after earning another second-team All-America honor, Oklahoma State receiver Tylan Wallace was the lone Cowboy on the first team of the Associated Press All-Big 12 team. Wallace, who has been a Sports Illustrated and Walter Camp second-team All-American, finished his true sophomore season with 1,408 yards and 11 touchdowns on 79 receptions. OSU’s standout duo from Tulsa’s Booker T. Washington High School — running back Justice Hill and defensive end Jordan Brailford — were second-team selections on the AP All-Big 12 team to conclude the Cowboys’ presence on the list. Hill and Brailford, both classified as juniors, have announced that they will skip their senior seasons to enter the NFL Draft. Hill, who has battled injuries late this season, will not participate in OSU’s Liberty Bowl game against Missouri on Dec. 31.