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SI.com's 2010 preseason All-Americas

SI.com's 2010 Preseason All-Americas
 
 
  OFFENSE   DEFENSE  
 
 
QBKellen Moore
Jr., Boise St.
Moore is 27-1 as Boise's starter and amassed a staggering 39-to-3 TD-to-INT ratio in 2009.
 
DEAdrian Clayborn
Sr., Iowa
Orange Bowl MVP performance capped a dominant season (11.5 sacks, 20 tackles for loss).
 
 
 
RBMark Ingram
Jr., Alabama
The reigning Heisman winner scored two TDs in 'Bama's BCS title-game victory over Texas.
 
DTJared Crick
Jr., Nebraska
Overshadowed by Ndamukong Suh, Crick still earned first-team All-Big 12 honors in '09.
 
 
 
RBJacquizz Rodgers
Jr., Oregon State
The shifty workhorse has 2,653 yards rushing and 769 yards receiving in two seasons.
 
DTStephen Paea
Sr., Oregon St.
Paea has wreaked havoc the past two seasons, notching 19.5 TFLs and eight sacks.
 
 
 
WRA.J. Green
Jr., Georgia
The 6-4 Green often evokes comparisons to Randy Moss with his ability to haul in jump balls.
 
DEJeremy Beal
Sr., Oklahoma
The two-time All-Big 12 selection racked up 11 sacks and 19 tackles for loss last season.
 
 
 
WRRyan Broyles
Jr., Oklahoma
The elusive playmaker burned Stanford for 156 yards and three scores in the Sun Bowl.
 
LBGreg Jones
Sr., Michigan St.
A consensus All-America last season, Jones ranked third nationally with 154 tackles.
 
 
 
TED.J. Williams
Sr., Arkansas
A vet with superior receiving ability, Williams has 98 career receptions for 1,228 yards.
 
LBVon Miller
Sr., Texas A&M
The hybrid rush end/linebacker had a monstrous junior year, leading the nation in sacks (17).
 
 
 
TGabe Carimi
Sr., Wisconsin
The four-year starter is the key blocker for one of the nation's most powerful rushing offenses.
 
LBLawrence Wilson
Sr., Connecticut
The '09 All-Big East selection notched double-digit tackles in eight games, finishing with 140.
 
 
 
GStefen Wisniewski
Sr., Penn St.
After shifting from guard to center, the four-year starter will return to his natural position.
 
CBPrince Amukamara
Sr., Nebraska
He picked off five passes in his first season starting, emerging as a potential first-round draft pick.
 
 
 
CJake Kirkpatrick
Sr., TCU
The 2009 Rimington Trophy finalist helped TCU produce the nation's No. 7 offense.
 
SRahim Moore
Jr., UCLA
The reigning All-America became the first player in six years to notch 10 INTs in a season.
 
 
 
GRodney Hudson
Sr., Florida St.
Hudson earned the Jacobs Blocking Award as the ACC's top offensive lineman in '09.
 
SDeAndre McDaniel
Sr., Clemson
He made the most of his move from LB to safety, notching 182 return yards on eight INTs.
 
 
 
TAnthony Castonzo
Sr., Boston College
The 41-game starter helps open holes for star Eagles tailback Montel Harris.
 
CBBrandon Harris
Jr., Miami
As a sophomore, the Thorpe Award semifinalist tied for second nationally with 15 pass breakups.
 
 
  SPECIAL TEAMS  
 
 
KKai Forbath
Sr., UCLA
The Lou Groza Award winner was 28-of-31 in '09, making five kicks from 50 yards or longer.
 
KRChris Owusu
Jr., Stanford
In '09, Owusu became the third player in Pac-10 history to return three kickoffs for TDs in a season.
 
 
 
PDrew Butler
Jr., Georgia
Butler led the nation by averaging 48.1 yards per kick as a sophomore last season.
 
PRGreg Reid
So., Florida St.
As a true freshman, the 5-8, 174-pound speedster led the nation in yards per return (18.43).
 
 

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