CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia wide receiver Malik Washington took home two more All-America accolades, garnering Second Team All-America honors from the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) and ESPN. Washington has been named to nine different All-America teams this fall.

Washington amassed an ACC record 110 receptions and a UVA record 1,426 yards after coming to UVA as a graduate transfer from Northwestern. He surpassed UVA’s single-season receptions and receiving yards records in 11 games. His 110 receptions and school-record 10 100-yard receiving games led all FBS pass catchers. Washington caught nine touchdowns, including multi-TD games against NC State and Duke. He accounted for the go-ahead score in UVA’s 31-27 victory over then-No. 10 North Carolina on Oct. 22. Washington was recognized as a semifinalist the Biletnikoff Award and finalist for the Pop Warner College Football Award.

The AFCA All-America team is selected solely by FBS football coaches and have named a team every year since 1945.

2023 UVA All-Americans

WR Malik WashingtonAction Network (2nd); Associated Press (2nd); AFCA (2nd); College Football Network (1st); FWAA (2nd), Pro Football Focus (2nd), Sports Illustrated (2nd), Walter Camp Football Foundation (2nd), ESPN (2nd).

LB Kam Robinson – 247Sports True Freshman All-America Team (1st); On3 True Freshman All-America Team (1st); College Football Network (1st); The Athletic (2nd); College Football News (2nd).

Anthony Colandrea – 247Sports True Freshman All-America Team (1st); College Football Network (HM).