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SI.com 2011 Midseason All-America Team

SI.com's 2011 Midseason All-Americas
 
 
  OFFENSE   DEFENSE  
 
 
QBRobert Griffin III
Jr., Baylor
Dual-threat stud is completing 78 percent of his passes and has 22 TDs to just two INTs.
 
DEWhitney Mercilus
Jr., Illinois
His FBS-leading 10 sacks show how "Mercilus" he has been while pursuing quarterbacks.
 
 
 
RBTrent Richardson
Jr., Alabama
The Heisman hopeful is second nationally with 912 rushing yards and has 15 scores.
 
DTDevon Still
Sr., Penn State
The 310-pounder is only five tackles shy of equaling his 39 total tackles from all of 2010.
 
 
 
RBLaMichael James
Jr., Oregon
James led the FBS in rushing yards (170.4 per game) before dislocating his elbow in Week 6.
 
DTJerel Worthy
Jr., Michigan State
The likely top 10 NFL draft pick has helped the Spartans produce the nation's No. 2 defense.
 
 
 
WRRyan Broyles
Sr., Oklahoma
Landry Jones' favorite target has 60 catches is tied for first nationally with nine scores.
 
DEMelvin Ingram
Sr., South Carolina
The speed rusher has 5.5 sacks and two interceptions and has two touchdown returns.
 
 
 
WRSammy Watkins
Fr., Clemson
The freshman's 728 receiving yards and 8 scores are a huge part of Clemson's perfect record.
 
LBLuke Kuechly
Jr., Boston College
The Eagle already has 99 tackles and is on pace to break the NCAA season record of 193.
 
 
 
TECoby Fleener
Sr., Stanford
Six of Fleener's 16 catches have gone for touchdowns. He averages 24 yards per catch.
 
LBCourtney Upshaw
Sr., Alabama
His 3.5 sacks, interception and touchdown have helped pace the nation's No. 1 defense.
 
 
 
TNate Potter
Sr., Boise State
The four-year starter is a big reason why Kellen Moore has only been sacked twice.
 
LBArthur Brown
Jr., Kansas State
The undefeated Wildcats' leading tackler had a game-turning interception against Baylor.
 
 
 
GDavid DeCastro
Sr., Stanford
The 6-5, 310 pounder anchors a line that's only allowed Andrew Luck to be sacked two times.
 
CBTyrann Mathieu
So., LSU
The dark horse Heisman threat has a knack for causing turnovers with four FF and two INTs.
 
 
 
CDavid Molk
Sr., Michigan
The team captain has helped the Wolverines rush for 239 yards per game this season.
 
SCasey Hayward
Sr., Vanderbilt
Three of Hayward's five picks and his only score have come against SEC opponents.
 
 
 
GKevin Zeitler
Sr., Wisconsin
The 315-pound monster run blocker has helped the Badgers average 523.2 yards per game.
 
STony Jefferson
So., Oklahoma
Jefferson's 33 tackles and four picks have made him a game changer as a sophomore.
 
 
 
TBarrett Jones
Jr., Alabama
The versatile third-year star has helped the Crimson Tide earn 3,224 total yards.
 
CBJayron Hosley
Jr., Virginia Tech
The Hokie has a forced fumble to go along with his team-high three interceptions.
 
 
  SPECIAL TEAMS  
 
 
KCaleb Sturgis
Jr., Florida
Sturgis has only missed one kick all season and leads the FBS with 19 field goals.
 
KRFozzy Whittaker
Sr., Texas
With two scores in eight tries, a quarter of Whittaker's returns have gone for touchdowns.
 
 
 
PBrad Wing
Fr., LSU
He's been great -- averaging 43.4 yards per punt -- except for the taunt that cost him a TD.
 
PRJoe Adams
Sr., Arkansas
The dynamic playmaker has already taken two punts back for touchdowns.
 
 
Second Team
 
  OFFENSE   DEFENSE  
 
 
QBAndrew Luck, Jr., Stanford
 
DEFrank Alexander, Sr., Oklahoma
 
 
RBRay Graham, Jr., Pittsburgh
 
DTBilly Winn, Sr., Boise State
 
 
RBLamar Miller, So., Miami
 
DTBrett Roy, Sr., Nevada
 
 
WRJordan White, Sr., Western Michigan
 
DEAndre Branch, Sr., Clemson
 
 
WRKeenan Allen, So., Cal
 
LBManti Te'o, Jr., Notre Dame
 
 
TEDwayne Allen, Jr., Clemson
 
LBSean Spence, Sr., Miami
 
 
TMatt Kalil, Jr., USC
 
LBSammy Brown, Sr., Houston
 
 
GWill Blackwell, Sr., LSU
 
CBMorris Claiborne, Jr., LSU
 
 
CWilliam Vlachos, Sr., Alabama
 
SMark Barron, Sr., Alabama
 
 
GOmoregie Uzzi, Jr., Georgia Tech
 
SMarkelle Martin, Sr., Oklahoma State
 
 
TLevy Adock, Sr., Oklahoma State
 
CBBud Noel, Fr., Wake Forest
 
  SPECIAL TEAMS  
 
 
KRandy Bullock, Sr., Texas A&M
 
KRSammy Watkins, Fr., Clemson
 
 
PSteven Clark, So., Auburn
 
PRJared Abbrederis, So., Wisconsin
 

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