CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia wide receiver Malik Washington was named a Second-Team Walter Camp All-American on Friday night during The Home Depot College Football Awards Show on ESPN. The All-America team was selected by the 131 Football Bowl Subdivision head coaches and sports information directors.

This is the 134th edition of the Walter Camp All-America team, the nation’s oldest college football All-America team. Washington is the first UVA wide receiver ever to earn All-America honors from Walter Camp and the first Cavalier named to the team since kick returner Joe Reed in 2019.

Washington earns his fourth All-America honor and is also a finalist for the Dudley Award and was semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award. He caught an ACC-record 110 passes for 1,426 yards and nine touchdowns for the Cavaliers this season. He eclipsed UVA’s single-season records for receptions and receiving yards in the 11th game of the year and needed just nine games to reach 1,000 receiving yards, the fastest in UVA history. Washington leads the country in receptions, 100-yard games (10) and ranks third in FBS in receiving yards.

On Thursday, Washington accepted an invitation to the East-West Shrine Bowl Game on Feb. 1 in Frisco, Texas.

UVA Walter Camp All-Americans
1985 – T Jim Dombrowski (1st Team)
1992 – DE Chris Slade (1st Team)
1993 – G Mark Dixon (1st Team)
1999 – RB Thomas Jones (1st Team)
2004 – TE Heath Miller (1st Team)
2005 – T D’Brickashaw Ferguson (1st Team)
2007 – DE Chris Long (1st Team)
2013 – SS Anthony Harris (2nd Team)
2017 – FS Quin Blanding (2nd Team)
2017 – LB Micah Kiser (2nd Team)
2018 – CB Bryce Hall (2nd Team)
2019 – KR Joe Reed (1st Team)
2023 – WR Malik Washington (2nd Team)

2023 UVA All-America Honors
WR – Malik Washington: College Football Network (1st Team), Pro Football Focus (2nd Team), Sports Illustrated (2nd Team), Walter Camp Football Foundation (2nd Team).
LB – Kam Robinson: On3 Freshman All-America (1st Team), College Football Network Freshman All-America (1st Team); The Athletic (2nd Team)
QB – Anthony Colandrea: College Football Network Freshman All-America (Honorable Mention)