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Offense Defense
QB: Tim Tebow
So., Florida
Do-everything QB accounted for 3,970 total yards, 51 TDs.
DL: Chris Long
Sr., Virginia
Menacing pass-rusher finished third nationally with 14 sacks.
RB: Darren McFadden
Jr., Arkansas
Two-time Heisman runner-up ran for 1,725 yards, 15 TDs.
DL: Glenn Dorsey
Sr., LSU
Despite multiple injuries, Lombardi winner kept making big plays.
RB: Kevin Smith
Jr., UCF
Led the nation in carries (415), yards (2,448) and TDs (29).
DL: Sedrick Ellis
Sr., USC
Pac-10 defensive player of year notched 8.5 sacks, 12.5 TFLs.
WR: Michael Crabtree
Fr., Texas Tech
Led nation in catches (125), yards (1,861) and TDs (21).
DL: George Selvie
So., USF
Breakout star had 14.5 sacks, NCAA-record 31.5 tackles for loss.
WR: Jordy Nelson
Sr., Kansas State
Ranked No. 2 nationally with 122 catches for 1,606 yards.
LB: James Laurinaitis
Jr., Ohio State
Relentless ball-hawk posted team-high 103 tackles, five sacks.
TE: Travis Beckum
Jr., Wisconsin
Led all tight ends nationally with 960 yards on 73 catches.
LB: Curtis Lofton
Jr., Oklahoma
Big 12 defensive player of year notched 142 tackles, seven TOs.
C: Jonathan Luigs
Jr., Arkansas
Rimington Award winner keyed nation's No. 3 rushing offense.
LB: Keith Rivers
Sr., USC
Leader of nation's premier LB corps had 75 tackles, three sacks.
OL: Anthony Collins
Jr., Kansas
Big blocker averaged nearly nine knockdowns per game.
DB: Antoine Cason
Sr., Arizona
Nation's top cover corner returned two of his five picks for TDs.
OL: Jake Long
Sr., Michigan
Overpowering run-blocker a likely top-five NFL pick.
DB: Craig Steltz
Sr., LSU
Big hitter/consummate playmaker had 97 tackles, six picks.
OL: Duke Robinson
Jr., Oklahoma
Overpowering guard had 97 knockdowns, with 13 vs. Miami.
DB: Jamie Silva
Sr., Boston College
Leader of BC's D posted team-high 115 tackles, six interceptions.
OL: Max Unger
Jr., Oregon
His offense averaged 243 yards rushing, 219 passing.
DB: Aqib Talib
Jr., Kansas
Premier corner notched four picks, scored four TDs on offense.
Special Teams  
K: Austin Starr
Jr., Indiana
Nailed 21-of-23 FG attempts; game-winner against Purdue.
KR: Matthew Slater
Sr., UCLA
One of only two players to return three kicks for touchdowns.
P: Durant Brooks
Sr., Georgia Tech
Ray Guy Award winner pinned 30-of-61 kicks inside the 20.
PR: Jeremy Maclin
Fr., Missouri
Electrifying all-purpose threat returned two punts for TDs.
Second Team
QB Colt Brennan, Sr., Hawaii DL Vernon Gholston, Sr., Ohio St.
RB Matt Forte, Sr., Tulane DL Greg Middleton, So., Indiana
RB Ray Rice, Jr., Rutgers DL Nick Reed, Jr., Oregon
WR Ryan Grice-Mullen, Jr., Hawaii LB Dan Connor, Sr., Penn State
WR Mario Manningham, Jr., Michigan LB Jordon Dizon, Sr., Colorado
TE Fred Davis, Sr., USC LB J Leman, Sr., Illinois
C Steve Justice, Sr., Wake Forest LB Scott McKillop, Jr., Pittsburgh
OL Sam Baker, Sr., USC CB Brandon Flowers, Jr., Virginia Tech
OL Kirk Barton, Sr., Ohio State S Taylor Mays, So., USC
OL Ryan Clady, Jr., Boise State S William Moore, Jr., Missouri
OL Ray Feinga, Jr., BYU CB Malcolm Jenkins, Jr., Ohio State
K Gary Cismesia, Sr., Florida State KR Kevin Robinson, Sr., Utah State
P Louie Sakoda, Jr., Utah PR Leodis McKelvin, Sr., Troy
Honorable Mention
QB: Sam Bradford, Oklahoma; Brian Brohm, Louisville; Chase Daniel, Missouri; Dennis Dixon, Oregon; Graham Harrell, Texas Tech; Matt Ryan, Boston College; Paul Smith, Tulsa; Pat White, West Virginia.
RB: Jamaal Charles, Texas; Tashard Choice, Georgia Tech; Chad Hall, Air Force; Mike Hart, Michigan; Eugene Jarvis, Kent State; LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh; Rashard Mendenhall, Illinois; Knowshon Moreno, Georgia; Jonathan Stewart, Oregon; Chris Wells, Ohio State.
WR: Jabari Arthur, Akron; Donnie Avery, Houston; Davone Bess, Hawaii; Adarius Bowman, Oklahoma State; Jarett Dillard, Rice; Harry Douglas, Louisville; Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas; Brandon Gibson, Washington State; James Hardy, Indiana; Jason Rivers, Hawaii.
TE: Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma; Darius Hill, Ball State; Martin Rucker, Missouri; Cody Slate, Marshall; Jacob Tamme, Kentucky.
OL: Gosder Cherilus, Boston College; Phil Loadholt, Oklahoma; Alex Mack, Cal; Jeff Otah, Pittsburgh; Barry Richardson, Clemson; Anthony Parker, Tennessee; Hercules Satele, Hawaii; Adam Spieker, Missouri.
DL: Bruce Davis, UCLA; Johnny Dingle, West Virginia; Chris Ellis, Virginia Tech; Auston English, Oklahoma; Maurice Evans, Penn State; Quentin Groves, Auburn; Greg Hardy, Ole Miss; Jan Jorgensen, BYU; James McClinton, Kansas.
LB: Xavier Adibi, Virginia Tech; Beau Bell, UNLV; Shawn Crable, Michigan; Geno Hayes, Florida State; Erin Henderson, Maryland; Ali Highsmith, LSU; Robert James, Arizona State; Marc Magro, West Virginia; Ben Moffitt, USF; Wesley Woodyard, Kentucky.
DB: Carson Bird, Air Force; Quintin Demps, UTEP; Chevis Jackson, LSU; Mike Jenkins, USF; Mike Mickens, Cincinnati; Captain Munnerlyn, South Carolina; Kenny Phillips, Miami; Alphonso Smith, Wake Forest; Reggie Smith, Oklahoma; Robert Vaughn, Connecticut; Trae Williams, USF.
K: Travis Bell, Georgia Tech; Taylor Mehlaff, Wisconsin; John Sullivan, New Mexico; Sam Swank, Wake Forest; Thomas Weber, Arizona State; Jeff Wolfert, Missouri.
P: Kevin Huber, Cincinnati; Brett Kern, Toledo; Chris Miller, Ball State; Jacob Richardson, Miami (Ohio).
KR: Marcus Herford, Kansas; A.J. Jefferson, Fresno State; Chris Johnson, East Carolina; Felix Jones, Arkansas; Kevin Marion, Wake Forest.
PR: Javier Arenas, Alabama; Deon Murphy, Kansas State; Clifton Smith, Fresno State; Eddie Royal, Virginia Tech; Jeremy Trimble, Army.

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