Nearly 54 percent of WKU's 367 student-athletes were honored by the conference office.
The Tops begin spring practice March 17.
Cameron Clemmons and Cam Thomas will play on opposite teams.
Western Kentucky vs. Central Michigan
WKU takes on Central Michigan in an 11 a.m. Christmas Eve kickoff from Nassau.
Clemmons started all 12 games for the Hilltoppers, spending the first three as the left tackle before shifting over to right guard for the final nine games of the season. Clemmons helped paved the way for the Hilltoppers to break 18 school records including individual rushing and passing yards in a season.
Clemmons played in 12 games, earning the start at left tackle in 11 contests. He aided running back Antonio Andrews to a single-season WKU record 1,728 rushing yards, including another school-record 10 100-yard rushing performances. Clemmons blocked for quarterback Kawaun Jakes, who set WKU's single-season record for passing touchdowns (22). He had the left side sealed against Kentucky on Sept. 15 as Jakes ran in the game-winning two-point conversion. Clemmons helped Andrews eclipse the 200-yard rushing mark in two conference road games, at Arkansas State on Sept. 29 and at Louisiana-Lafayette on Nov. 17. Against North Texas on Nov. 24, he enabled Andrews to churn out 230 yards, 120 of which came in the fourth quarter.
Clemmons played in nine games on the offensive line, earning a start in eight contests. WKU went 7-1 in his five starts at right tackle with the only loss coming to then-No. 1 LSU on Nov. 12. He received the first start of his collegiate career on the road against Middle Tennessee on Oct. 6 - a WKU win in overtime.
Clemmons redshirted his first season on The Hill.
Clemmons started three years on the offensive line for head coach Brad Dedman and the Wilson Central Wildcats, earning First-Team All-State honors by Rivals.com. He was rated as the 11th-best prospect in Tennessee by Rivals.com as well as the 63rd-ranked offensive tackle in the nation. Clemmons was named a Tennessee East-West All-Star and to the "Dandy Dozen - Top 12 Recruits in Middle Tennessee" by The Tennessean. He was tabbed as a three-star recruit by Rivals.com. In three years, Clemmons started 34 games on the offensive line, posting 73 pancake blocks and 27 knockdowns as a senior. He also made an impact on the defensive side of the ball, recording 30 tackles and a pair of sacks in his senior season. He played two years of varsity basketball, earning the team Most Valuable Player on the hardwood during his freshman season. His father and uncle both played collegiate football with dad playing at the University of Tennessee and uncle at Middle Tennessee State University.