SI's Preseason All-America Team
Last year's Heisman Trophy winner was the nation's second-rated passer, throwing for 3,286 yards, 32 touchdowns and just six interceptions. He ran for another 895 yards and 23 TDs.
Moreno's 1,334 rushing yards last season were the fourth-most by a freshman in SEC history. The three ahead of him on that list: Herschel Walker, Emmitt Smith and Jamal Lewis.
The nation's second-leading returning rusher capped a 1,609-yard sophomore season with 222 yards against archrival Michigan and 146 against LSU in the BCS championship game.
As a redshirt freshman, Crabtree shattered the NCAA freshman records for catches (134), yards (1,962) and touchdowns (22), including nine catches for 195 yards and two TDs against Texas.
The speedy Virginia native is utilized frequently as a tailback in Florida's spread-option offense and averaged 9.2 yards on 83 carries last season. He also caught 59 passes for 858 yards.
An extremely talented pass-catcher, the senior eclipsed 900 receiving yards in both 2006 and '07. Last year he led all tight ends in receiving with 982 yards on 75 catches.
Universally regarded as a high first-round NFL draft pick next spring, the 6-foot-6, 325-pounder has started 34-consecutive games and was the subject of Michael Lewis' book, 'The Blind Side.'
The grand nephew of Motown legend Smokey Robinson is entering his third season as a starter for the Sooners. Last season he registered 97 knockdowns and was an AP first-team All-America.
Last year's Rimington Award winner as the nation's top center, Luigs serves as a key blocker in Arkansas' rushing attack, which ranked No. 4 nationally his sophomore and junior seasons.
The imposing 6-7, 351-pounder is one of two players in LSU history to have lined up for 1,000 snaps in a season. A first team All-SEC selection, he notched 58 knockdowns last year.
The 6-4, 340-pound junior has started every game his first two seasons. Smith and Arkansas' Jonathan Luigs were co-recipients of the SEC's Jacobs Blocking Trophy last year.
As a redshirt freshman, Weber captured the Lou Groza Award for the nation's top kicker after connecting on 24-of-25 field-goal attempts. He also served as ASU's punter.
As a sophomore, the speedy Jefferson led the nation in kick returns, averaging 35.8 yards on 26 returns, two of them for touchdowns. He also returned a blocked field-goal attempt for a touchdown.
A first-year starter as a sophomore, Evans finished in the top 10 nationally with 12.5 sacks. He also forced five fumbles, including two in the Nittany Lions' Alamo Bowl win over Texas A&M.
A three-year starter who has shifted between end and tackle, Marks has notched 82 tackles over the past two seasons, including 20 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks. He blocked two kicks last year.
After biding his time as a backup his first two seasons, Walker earned first team All-ACC honors last season, finishing with 8.5 sacks, 14 tackles for loss and three forced fumbles.
The first consensus All-America in USF's 11-year program history, Selvie took the nation by storm last season with 14.5 sacks, second-best nationally, and 31.5 tackles for loss (No. 1).
The two-time Nagurski Award winner is the nation's top defender and surprised many by returning for his senior season. "The Animal" has notched a combined 236 tackles the past two seasons.
The Trojans' middle linebacker is known as a ferocious hitter -- including against his own teammates in practice. He had 79 tackles and 10.5 tackles for loss last season.
McKillop emerged from obscurity last year to finish as the nation's leading tackler (12.6 per game; 151 total). He played an integral role in stuffing West Virginia's runners in a 13-9 upset.
A starter since the late stages of his freshman season, the New Jersey native has picked off eight passes over the past two seasons, including two which he returned for touchdowns.
Last season, Moore set a school record and tied for first nationally with eight interceptions. He notched 115 tackles and was defensive MVP of the Tigers' Cotton Bowl win over Arkansas.
A starter since the second game of his freshman season, Mays earned All-America recognition from several outlets last season. He had 12 tackles against Oregon and 10 against Cal.
The four-year starter and two-time All-Big East selection enters his final season with 10 career picks. In a 38-33 win at USF last season, he returned an interception 79 yards for a touchdown.
The Queen City native led all punters nationally last season with an average of 46.9 yards. Twenty of his 57 kicks were downed inside the 20, four of them at the 1.
One of college football's most electrifying players, Maclin had an NCAA freshman-record 2,776 all-purpose yards last season and scored rushing, receiving, punt and kick-return touchdowns.