The five major All-America teams are in and Christian Wilkins is a first team selection on all five.

On Wednesday, the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) named Wilkins First Team All-America, making him just the fifth Clemson player to be named a unanimous First Team All-American.

He joins Terry Kinard (1982), Gaines Adams (2006), C.J. Spiller (2009) and Da’Quan Bowers (2010) as the only unanimous All-Americans in school history.

A program record five Clemson players earned at least one first-team All-America selection, with a school-record three consensus selections this season to go with Wilkins.

Defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence was named a first team defensive tackle by the AFCA, giving the Tigers a program best five players who have been named at least once to a First Team All-America squad.

Defensive end Clelin Ferrell, offensive tackle Mitch Hyatt and running back Travis Etienne have also been honored as first-team All-Americans.

Hyatt was a first-team selection on the offensive line, while Etienne was a second-team choice at running back on the AFCA team.

With Lawrence’s first-team selection, Clemson had a record five players this year collect First-Team All-American honors.

To earn consensus status, players must appear on the first team of at least three of the five lists which are recognized by the NCAA. Clemson has a school record three players reach that level - Wilkins along with left tackle Mitch Hyatt and defensive end Clelin Ferrell.

Clemson’s five first-team All-Americans this season broke the program’s previous record of three. Clemson had featured three first-team All-Americans in each of the 1981, 1987 and 2017 seasons.