With Heisman Trophy and plenty of other awards doled out, it's time to give a few more honors. SI.com released its midseason All-America Team in October, but much has changed since -- though a few familiar names remain, like that quarterback from Oregon. Now that the full regular season is in the books, here's the best of the best, the 2014 SI.com All-America Team.
Perhaps the biggest surprise of the list isn't any particular name but rather the players' conference affiliations. The Pac-12 topped the SEC, and all other conferences with eight first-team selections, while the SEC added seven. The ACC contributed five members, while three came from the Big Ten, one from the Big 12 and two from Group of Five conferences. Alabama and Florida State tied for the most first-team selections with four each, followed by Oregon with three. Ohio State, the fourth playoff contender along with the Crimson Tide, Seminoles and Ducks, did not get a single player on the first team, though defensive end Joey Bosa earned a second-team selection
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This year’s Heisman Trophy winner threw a staggering 38 TDs against only two INTs for Oregon.
Wisconsin’s workhorse paced the nation in rush yards (2,336) and averaged 7.6 yards per carry.
Indiana’s 2000-yard rusher set the Hoosiers’ single-season record with four 200-yard rushing games.
Cooper, Alabama's first Biletnikoff Award winner, hauled in an SEC-record 115 catches for 1,656 yards.
The nation’s leader in receiving yards per game (149.1) and receiving scores (17) had nine 100-yard games.
O’Leary, this year’s Mackey Award winner, had three catches for 97 yards and a score in the ACC title game.
Iowa’s 6-5, 320-pound tackle took home the Outland Trophy after starting all 12 games this season.
Kouandjio was the anchor of an Alabama offensive line that allowed only 13 sacks en route to an SEC title.
Oregon’s center earned the team’s Ed Moshofsky Award as the team’s top O-lineman while snapping to Mariota.
The 6-4, 330-pounder was a key blocker for a Seminoles attack that averaged nearly 35 points per game.
Peat helped the Cardinal allow only 22 sacks -- first in the Pac-12 -- as the O-line’s lone returning starter.
The junior racked up 14 sacks and 21 tackles for loss and was named SEC defensive player of the year.
When Florida State needed a big defensive play this season, it often came from the Washington D.C. native.
Utah got production in droves from the senior, who had 17.5 sacks on the year.
Scooby’s going to need a bigger mantle. He also won the Chuck Bednarik, Lombardi and Bronko Nagurski awards.
Put up 61 tackles and eight tackles for loss with a rare combination of speed and size at the linebacker position.
A true do-it-all player, Thompson scored six total touchdowns as a defender and a running back.
Kendricks was a tackle machine this season, compiling 139 overall as he anchored the Bruins defense.
Plays much bigger than his listed 5-9 height and piled up stats including nine interceptions.
One of the best all-around players in college football who always seems to make the right play.
His ball-hawking nature left him tied for the single-season interceptions record with 14.
A player so athletically gifted he often makes a big play even if he gets beat (which isn’t often).
With all the close games the Seminoles played, there's no way they'd be undefeated without Aguayo.
The only freshman to make the first team, Scott dropped 26 of his 48 punts inside the 20-yard line.
No charity award for UAB here, Nelson led the nation in kick return average and took four kicks back for scores.
The All-Big 12 receiver racked up 2,047 all-purpose yards and topped the FBS with 19 yards per punt return.
QB Trevone Boykin, Jr., TCU
RB Ameer Abdullah, Sr., Nebraska
RB Samaje Perine, Fr., Oklahoma
WR Jaelen Strong, Jr., Arizona State
WR Kevin White, Sr., West Virginia
TE Evan Engram, So., Ole Miss
OT Cedric Ogbuehi, Sr., Texas A&M
OG A.J. Cann, Sr., South Carolina
C Reese Dismukes, Sr., Auburn
OG Shaquille Mason, Sr., Georgia Tech
OT La'el Collins, Sr., LSU
DE Joey Bosa, So., Ohio State
DT Leonard Williams, Jr., USC
DE Mario Edwards Jr., Jr., Florida State
LB Eric Striker, Jr., Oklahoma
LB Hau'oli Kikaha, Sr., Washington
LB Jordan Hicks, Sr., Texas
LB Paul Dawson, Sr., TCU
CB Kendall Fuller, So., Virginia Tech
S Cody Prewitt, Sr., Ole Miss
S Jalen Ramsey, So., Florida State
CB Vernon Hargreaves III, So., Florida
K Brad Craddock, Jr., Maryland
P Tom Hackett, Jr., Utah
R DeMornay Pierson-El, Fr., Nebraska
AP Tyler Boyd, So., Pittsburgh
- Quarterbacks: J.T. Barrett, Ohio State; Dak Prescott, Mississippi State; Bryce Petty, Baylor Bears; Jameis Winston, Florida State; Shane Carden, East Carolina; Rakeem Cato, Marshall; Blake Sims, Alabama
- Running backs: James Conner, Pittsburgh; Jay Ajayi, Boise State; Donnel Pumphrey, San Diego State; Devon Johnson, Marshall; David Cobb, Minnesota; Jarvion Franklin, Western Michigan; Duke Johnson, Miami; Cameron Artis-Payne, Auburn
- Wide receivers: William Fuller, Notre Dame; Nelson Agholor, USC; Rashad Greene, Florida State; Justin Hardy, East Carolina; Vince Mayle, Washington State; Nelson Spruce, Colorado; Keevan Lucas, Tulsa; Corey Coleman, Baylor; Bud Sasser, Missouri
- Tight ends: Jonnu Smith, FIU; Clive Walford, Miami; Casey Pierce, Kent State; Jean Sifrin, Massachusetts; Maxx Williams, Minnesota
- Offensive linemen: Spencer Drango, Baylor; Cameron Erving, Florida State; Laken Tomlinson, Duke; Kyle Costigan, Wisconsin; B.J. Finney, Kansas State; Josue Matias, Florida State; Andy Gallik, Boston College; Jake Fisher, Oregon; Jack Allen, Michigan State; Rob Havenstein, Wisconsin
- Defensive linemen: Shawn Oakman, Baylor; Vic Beasley, Clemson; Shilique Calhoun, Michigan State; Malcom Brown, Texas; Michael Bennett, Ohio State; Danny Shelton, Washington; Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss; Dante Fowler Jr., Florida; Trey Flowers, Arkansas; Emmanuel Ogbah, Oklahoma State; Henry Anderson, Stanford
- Linebackers: Reggie Ragland, Alabama; Zach Vigil, Utah State; Mike Hull, Penn State; Martrell Spaight, Arkansas; Lorenzo Mauldin, Louisville; Denzel Perryman, Miami; Jake Ryan, Michigan; Derek Landisch, Wisconsin
- Defensive backs: Trae Waynes, Michigan State; Su'a Cravens, USC; P.J. Williams, Florida State; Kurtis Drummond, Michigan State; William Likely, Maryland; Chris Hackett, TCU; Jordan Richards, Stanford; Damarious Randall, Arizona State
- Kickers: Josh Lambert, West Virginia; Andy Phillips, Utah; Austin MacGinnis, Kentucky; Matthew McCrane, Kansas State; Will Conant, Air Force; Ross Martin, Duke
- Punters: Will Monday, Duke; Peter Mortell, Minnesota; Trevor Pardula, Kansas; Austin Rehkow, Idaho; Drew Riggleman, Arizona; Dalton Schomp, Florida Atlantic
- Returners: DeVon Edwards, Duke; Kaelin Clay, Utah
- All-purpose: Tyler Ervin, San Jose State; Lucky Whitehead, Florida Atlantic; Marcus Murphy, Missouri; Ty Montgomery, Stanford; Mario Alford, West Virginia; Jakeem Grant, Texas Tech