2011 Walter Camp All American Team
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Walter Camp, “The Father of American football,” first selected an All-America team in 1889. Camp – a former Yale University athlete and football coach – is also credited with developing play from scrimmage, set plays, the numerical assessment of goals and tries and the restriction of play to eleven men per side. The Walter Camp Football Foundation – a New Haven based all-volunteer group – was founded in 1967 to perpetuate the ideals of Camp and to continue the tradition of selecting annually an All-America team.

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First Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
WR Amari Cooper, Alabama 6-1 210 Jr. Miami, FLDL Nate Orchard, Utah 6-4 255 Sr. Salt Lake City, UT
WR Rashard Higgins, Colorado State 6-2 188 Soph. Mesquite, TXDL Shane Ray, Missouri 6-3 245 Jr. Kansas City, MO
TE Nick O’Leary, Florida State 6-3 247 Sr. Palm Beach, FLDL Vic Beasley, Clemson * 6-3 235 Sr. Adairsville, GA
OL Brandon Scherff, Iowa 6-5 320 Sr. Denison, IowaDL Joey Bosa, Ohio State 6-5 278 Soph. Fort Lauderdale, FL
OL Tre’ Jackson, Florida State 6-4 330 Sr. Jesup, GALB Scooby Wright III, Arizona 6-1 246 Soph. Windsor, CA
OL Cedric Ogbuehi, Texas A&M 6-5 305 Sr. Allen, TXLB Hau’oli Kikaha, Washington 6-3 246 Sr. Laie, HI
OL Laken Tomlinson, Duke 6-3 330 Sr. Chicago, ILLB Paul Dawson, TCU 6-2 230 Sr. Dallas, TX
C Reese Dismukes, Auburn 6-3 295 Sr. Spanish Fort, ALDB Gerod Holliman, Louisville 6-2 213 Soph. Miami, FL
QB Marcus Mariota, Oregon 6-4 219 Jr. Honolulu, HIDB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Oregon @ 5-10 195 Sr. Chino Hills, CA
RB Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin 6-1 213 Jr. Kenosha, WIDB Senquez Golson, Ole Miss 5-9 176 Sr. Pascagoula, MS
RB Tevin Coleman, Indiana 6-1 210 Jr. Tinley Park, ILDB Landon Collins, Alabama 6-0 222 Jr. New Orleans, LA
PK Roberto Aguayo, Florida State * 6-1 213 Soph. Mascotte, FLP Tom Hackett, Utah 5-11 187 Jr. Melbourne, Australia
KR Jamarcus Nelson, UAB 5-11 160 Sr. Midfield, AL

Second Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
WR Kevin White, West Virginia 6-3 210 Sr. Plainfield, NJDL Malcolm Brown, Texas 6-2 320 Jr. Brenham, TX
WR Tyler Lockett, Kansas State # 5-11 175 Sr. Tulsa, OKDL Leonard Williams, USC 6-5 300 Jr. Daytona Beach, FL
TE Maxx Williams, Minnesota 6-4 250 Soph. Waconia, MNDL Shilique Calhoun, Michigan State @ 6-5 256 Jr. Middletown, NJ
OL Andrus Peat, Stanford 6-7 316 Jr. Chandler, AZDL Dante Fowler, Jr., Florida 6-3 277 Fr. St. Petersburg, FL
OL Spencer Drango, Baylor 6-6 310 Jr. Cedar Park, TXDL Danny Shelton, Washington 6-2 339 Sr. Auburn, WA
OL A.J. Cann, South Carolina 6-4 311 Sr. Bamberg, SCLB Jordan Hicks, Texas 6-1 234 Sr. Cincinnati, OH
OL Arie Kouandjio, Alabama 6-5 316 Sr. Hyattsville, MDLB Eric Kendricks, UCLA 6-0 230 Sr. Fresno, CA
C Hronus Grassu, Oregon 6-3 297 Sr. Los Angeles, CALB Benardrick McKinney, Mississippi State 6-5 249 Jr. Tunica, MS
QB Trevone Boykin, TCU 6-2 205 Jr. Dallas, TXDB Jeremy Cash, Duke 6-2 205 Jr. Miami, FL
RB James Conner, Pittsburgh 6-2 250 Soph. Erie, PADB Trae Waynes, Michigan State 6-1 182 Jr. Kenosha, WI
RB Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska 5-9 195 Sr. Homewood, ALDB Vernon Hargreaves III, Florida 5-11 192 Fr. Tampa, FL
PK Brad Craddock, Maryland 6-0 185 Jr. Adelaide, AustraliaDB Kendall Fuller, Virginia Tech 6-0 190 Soph. Baltimore, MD
P Austin Rehkow, Idaho * 6-3 215 Soph. Veradale, WA
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2013 All American Team

This is the 124th edition of the Walter Camp All-America team – the nation’s oldest All-America team. Twenty-five players are selected to the first team by the 120 Football Bowl Subdivision head coaches and sports information directors.

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First Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
WR Mike Evans, Texas A&M 6-5 225 Soph. Galveston, TXDL Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh 6-0 285 Sr. Pittsburgh, PA
WR Brandin Cooks, Oregon State 5-10 186 Jr. Stockton, CADL Michael Sam, Missouri 6-2 255 Sr. Hitchcock, TX
TE Jace Amaro, Texas Tech 6-5 260 Jr. San Antonio, TXDL Jackson Jeffcoat, Texas 6-5 250 Sr. Plano, TX
OL Cyrus Kouandjio, Alabama 6-6 310 Jr. Hyattsville, MDDL Vic Beasley, Clemson 6-2 235 Jr. Adairsville, GA
OL Jake Matthews, Texas A&M # 6-5 305 Sr. Missouri City, TXLB C.J. Mosley, Alabama* 6-2 238 Sr. Mobile, AL
OL Cyril Richardson, Baylor 6-5 340 Sr. Fort Worth, TXLB Anthony Barr, UCLA 6-4 248 Sr. San Pedro, CA
OL David Yankey, Stanford 6-5 313 Sr. Roswell, GALB Trent Murphy, Stanford 6-6 261 Sr. Mesa, AZ
C Gabe Ikard, Oklahoma 6-3 298 Sr. Oklahoma City, OKDB Darqueze Dennard, Michigan State 5-11 197 Sr. Dry Branch, CA
QB AJ McCarron, Alabama 6-4 214 Sr. Mobile, ALDB Lamarcus Joyner, Florida State 5-8 190 Sr. Fort Lauderdale, FL
RB Ka’Deem Carey, Arizona 5-10 207 Jr. Tucson, AZDB Jason Verrett, TCU # 5-10 176 Sr. Fairfield, CA
RB Andre Williams, Boston College 6-0 227 Sr. Schnecksville, PADB Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma State 6-0 200 Sr. Huntsville, TX
PK Anthony Fera, Texas 6-2 208 Sr. Cypress, TXP Austin Rehkow, Idaho 6-3 202 Fr. Veradale, WA
PK Roberto Aguayo, Florida State 6-1 203 Fr. Mascotte, FLKR Ty Montgomery, Stanford 6-2 215 Jr. Dallas, TX

Second Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
WR Sammy Watkins, Clemson 6-1 205 Jr. Fort Myers, FLDL Marcus Smith, Louisville 6-3 252 Sr. Columbus, GA
WR Davante Adams, Fresno State 6-2 216 Soph. Palo Alto, CADL Shilique Calhoun, Michigan State 6-4 250 Soph. Middletown, NJ
TE Eric Ebron, North Carolina 6-4 245 Jr. Greensboro, NCDL Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina* 6-6 274 Jr. Rock Hill, SC
OL Taylor Lewan, Michigan * 6-8 315 Sr. Cave Creek, AZDL Demarcus Lawrence, Boise State 6-3 245 Jr. Aiken, SC
OL Jack Mewhort, Ohio State 6-6 308 Sr. Toledo, OHLB Ryan Shazier, Ohio State 6-2 230 Jr. Fort Lauderdale, FL
OL Gabe Jackson, Mississippi State 6-4 340 Sr. Liberty, MSLB Khalil Mack, Buffalo 6-3 248 Sr. Fort Pierce, FL
OL Cameron Erving, Florida State 6-6 320 Jr. Moultrie, GALB Kyle Van Noy, BYU 6-3 245 Sr. Reno, NV
C Bryan Stork, Florida State 6-4 300 Sr. Vero Beach, FLDB Anthony Harris, Virginia 6-1 190 Jr. Chesterfield, VA
QB Jameis Winston, Florida State 6-4 228 Fr. Bessemer, ALDB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Oregon 5-10 185 Jr. Chino Hills, CA
RB Bishop Sankey, Washington 5-10 203 Jr. Spokane, WADB Kyle Fuller, Virginia Tech 6-0 194 Sr. Baltimore, MD
RB Kapri Bibbs, Colorado State 5-11 203 Soph. Plainfield, ILDB Deone Bucannon, Washington State 6-1 215 Sr. Fairfield, CA
PK Jeff Budzien, Northwestern 5-11 175 Sr. Hartland, WADB Lorenzo Doss, Tulane 5-11 175 Soph. New Orleans, LA
P Tom Hornsey, Memphis 6-3 210 Sr. Geelong, Victoria Australia
KR DeVon Edwards, Duke 5-9 185 Fr. Covington, GA
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2012 All American Team

This is the 123rd edition of the Walter Camp All-America team – the nation’s oldest All-America team. Twenty-five players are selected to the first team by the 120 Football Bowl Subdivision head coaches and sports information directors.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Nine different conferences, including independent Notre Dame, and 20 schools have representatives on the 2012 Walter Camp All-America First Team
  • Twenty different schools are represented on the 2012 Walter Camp All-America First Team
  • Two players – center Barrett Jones (Alabama) and linebacker Jarvis Jones (Georgia) – are repeat First Team All-Americans
  • Three additional players – running back Montee Ball (Wisconsin), linebacker Manti Te’o (Notre Dame) and punter Ryan Allen (Louisiana Tech) – were Second Team honorees in 2011
  • Second Team All-American tight end Tyler Eifert (Notre Dame) was a First Team selection last year.
  • The 46th recipient of the Walter Camp Player of the Year award, Notre Dame inside linebacker Manti Te’o is the third defensive player to earn the honor
  • Of the 26 First Team selections, 15 are seniors
  • Quarterback Johnny Manziel (Texas A&M) is the sixth freshman to earn Walter Camp First Team All-America honors

First Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
WR, Marqise Lee, USC, 6-0 195 Soph. Inglewood, CADL Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina 6-6 256 Soph. Rock Hill, SC
WR Terrance Williams, Baylor 6-2 195 Sr. Dallas, TXDL Bjoern Werner, Florida State 6-4 255 Jr. Berlin, Germany
TE Zach Ertz, Stanford 6-6 252 Sr. Alamo, CADL Damontre Moore, Texas A&M 6-4 250 Jr. Rowlett, TX
OL Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M 6-6 310 Jr. Arlington, TXDL Star Lotulelei, Utah 6-4 320 Sr. South Jordan, UT
OL Jonathan Cooper, North Carolina 6-3 295 Sr. Wilmington, NCLB Manti Te’o, Notre Dame @ 6-2 255 Sr. Laie, HI
OL Chance Warmack, Alabama 6-3 320 Sr. Atlanta, GALB Jarvis Jones, Georgia # 6-3 241 Jr. Columbus, GA
OL Taylor Lewan, Michigan 6-8 309 Jr. Scottsdale, AZLB C.J. Mosley, Alabama 6-2 232 Jr. Theodore, AL
C Barrett Jones, Alabama # 6-5 302 Sr. Germantown, TNDB Dee Milliner, Alabama 6-1 199 Jr. Millbrook, AL
QB Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M 6-1 200 Fr. Kerrville, TXDB Phillip Thomas, Fresno State 6-1 215 Sr. Bakersfield, CA
RB Kenjon Barner, Oregon 5-11 192 Sr. Riverside, CADB Johnthan Banks, Mississippi State 6-2 185 Sr. Meben, MS
RB Montee Ball, Wisconsin @ 5-11 215 Sr. Wentzville, MODB Jordan Poyer, Oregon State 6-0 190 Sr. Astoria, OR
RB Ka’Deem Carey, Arizona 5-10 197 Soph. Tucson, AZP Ryan Allen, Louisiana Tech @ 6-2 215 Sr. Salem, OR
PK Dustin Hopkins, Florida State 6-2 190 Sr. Houston, TXKR Dri Archer, Kent State 5-8 175 Sr. Laurel, FL

Second Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
WR Stedman Bailey, West Virginia 5-10 195 Jr. Miramar, FLDL Will Sutton, Arizona State 6-1 267 Jr. Corona, CA
WR Tavon Austin, West Virginia 5-9 171 Sr. Baltimore, MDDL Sam Montgomery, LSU 6-5 260 Jr. Greenwood, SC
TE Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame # 6-6 251 Sr. Fort Wayne, INDL Stephon Tuitt, Notre Dame 6-6 303 Soph. Monroe, GA
OL DJ Fluker, Alabama 6-6 335 Jr. Foley, ALDL John Simon, Ohio State 6-2 263 Sr. Youngstown, OH
OL Zack Martin, Notre Dame 6-4 304 Sr. Indianapolis, INLB Arthur Brown, Kansas State 6-1 231 Sr. Wichita, KS
OL Spencer Long, Nebraska 6-4 305 Jr. Elkhorn, NELB Kevin Minter, LSU 6-2 245 Jr. Suwanee, GA
OL Jake Matthews, Texas A&M 6-5 305 Jr. Missouri City, TXLB Khaseem Greene, Rutgers 6-1 230 Sr. Elizabeth, NJ
C Dalton Freeman, Clemson 6-5 285 Grad Pelion, SCDB Matt Elam, Florida 5-10 202 Jr. Palm Beach Gardens, FL
QB Collin Klein, Kansas State 6-5 226 Sr. Loveland, CODB Eric Reid, LSU 6-2 212 Jr. Geismar, LA
RB Johnathan Franklin, UCLA 5-11 195 Sr. Los Angeles, CADB Jason Verrett, TCU 5-10 180 Jr. Fairfield, CA
RB Stefphon Jefferson, Nevada 5-11 210 Jr. Visalia, CADB Bradley Roby, Ohio State 5-11 190 Soph. Suwanee, GA
PK Quinn Sharp, Oklahoma State 6-1 205 Sr. Mansfield, TX P Kyle Christy, Florida 6-2 199 Soph. Brownsburg, IN
KR Duke Johnson, Miami (Fla.) 5-9 188 Fr. Miami, FL
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2011 All-America Team

This is the 122nd edition of the Walter Camp All-America team – the nation’s oldest All-America team. Twenty-five players are selected to the first team by the 120 Football Bowl Subdivision head coaches and sports information directors.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Six different conferences, including independent Notre Dame, and 19 schools have representatives on the 2011 Walter Camp All-America First Team
  • Nineteen different schools are represented on the 2011 Walter Camp All-America First Team
  • Four players – RB LaMichael James (Oregon), WR Justin Blackmon (Oklahoma State), WR Ryan Broyles (Oklahoma) and LB Luke Kuechly (Boston College) – are repeat First Team All-Americans
  • Quarterback Andrew Luck is the second Stanford player to earn Walter Camp Player of the Year honors, joining former Cardinal QB Jim Plunkett (1970)
  • Andrew Luck is also the eighth player from the Pac-12 Conference – and first since 2005 (Reggie Bush, USC) – to be selected Walter Camp Player of the Year
  • Of the 25 First Team selections, 10 are seniors. There are 11 juniors, three sophomores and one freshman
  • Both Oklahoma and Oklahoma State have had at least one Walter Camp First Team All-America in each of the last four years

First Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
QB Andrew Luck, Stanford Sr. - Houston, TX 6-4 235DL Whitney Mercilus, Illinois Jr. - Akron, OH 6-4 265
RB LaMichael James, Oregon Jr. - Texarkana, TX 5-9 195DL Devon Still, Penn State Sr. - Wilmington, DE 6-5 310
RB Trent Richardson, Alabama Jr. - Pensacola, FL 5-11 224DL Melvin Ingram, South Carolina - Sr. Hamlet, NC 6-2 276
WR Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State Jr. - Ardmore, OK 6-1 215DL Jerel Worthy, Michigan State Jr. - Huber Heights, OH 6-3 310
WR Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma Sr. - Norman, OK 5-10 188LB Luke Kuechly, Boston College * - Jr. Cincinnati, OH 6-3 237
TE Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame Jr. - Fort Wayne, IN 6-6 249LB Dont’a Hightower, Alabama Jr. - Lewisburg, TN 6-4 260
OL David DeCastro, Stanford Sr. - Bellevue, WA 6-5 310LB Jarvis Jones, Georgia Soph. - Columbus, GA 6-3 241
OL Barrett Jones, Alabama Jr. - Memphis, TN 6-5 311DB Morris Claiborne, LSU Jr. - Shreveport, LA 6-0 185
OL Matt Kalil, USC Jr. - Corona, CA 6-7 295DB Mark Barron, Alabama Sr. - Mobile, AL 6-2 218
OL Jonathan Martin, Stanford Sr. - Los Angeles, CA 6-6 304DB Tyrann Mathieu, LSU Soph. - New Orleans, LA 5-9 175
C David Molk, Michigan Sr. - Lemont, IL 6-2 286DB David Amerson, North Carolina State Soph. - Greensboro, NC 6-3 194
PK Randy Bullock, Texas A&M Sr. - Klein, TX 5-9 212P Shawn Powell, Florida State Sr. - Rome, GA 6-4 235
KR Tyler Lockett, Kansas State Fr. - Tulsa, OK 5-11 170

Second Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
QB Robert Griffin III, Baylor Jr. Copperas Cove, TX 6-2 220DL Frank Alexander, Oklahoma Sr. Baton Rouge, LA 6-4 255
RB Montee Ball, Wisconsin Jr. Wentzville, MO 5-11 210DL Vinny Curry, Marshall Sr. Neptune, NJ 6-4 263
RB Bobby Rainey, Western Kentucky Sr. Griffin, GA 5-8 205DL Andre Branch, Clemson Sr. Richmond, VA 6-5 260
WR Robert Woods, USC Soph. Carson, CA 6-1 180DL Joe Vellano, Maryland Jr. Rexford, NY 6-2 285
WR Jordan White, Western Michigan Sr. Cleveland, OH 6-0 215LB Manti Te’o, Notre Dame Jr. Laie, HI 6-2 255
TE Orson Charles, Georgia Jr. Tampa, FL 6-3 241LB Lavonte David, Nebraska Sr. Miami, FL 6-1 225
OL Levy Adcock, Oklahoma State Sr. Claremore, OK 6-6 322LB Courtney Upshaw, Alabama Sr. Eufaula, AL 6-2 265
OL Nate Potter, Boise State Sr. Boise, ID 6-6 295DB Bacarri Rambo, Georgia Jr. Donalsonville, GA 6-0 218
OL Ryan Miller, Colorado Sr. Littleton, CO 6-8 295DB Matt Daniels, Duke Sr. Fayetteville, GA 6-1 210
OL Kevin Zeitler, Wisconsin Sr. Waukesha, WI 6-4 315DB Nigel Malone, Kansas State Jr. Manteca, CA 5-10 176
C William Vlachos, Alabama Sr. Birmingham, AL 6-1 294DB Casey Hayward, Vanderbilt Sr. Elko, GA 6-0 188
PK Caleb Sturgis, Florida Jr. St. Augustine, FL 5-11 183P Ryan Allen, Louisiana Tech Jr. Salem, OR 6-2 215
KR Joe Adams, Arkansas Sr. Little Rock, AR 5-11 190
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2010 All-America Team

This is the 121st edition of the Walter Camp All-America team – the nation’s oldest All- America team. Twenty-five players are selected to the first team by the 120 Football Bowl Subdivision head coaches and sports information directors.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Twenty-three different schools are represented on the 2010 Walter Camp All-America First Team
  • Eight different conferences and 23 schools have representatives on the 2010 Walter Camp All-America First Team
  • With the selection of punter Chas Henry, Florida extended its’ streak of having a Walter Camp First Team All-America selection to five consecutive seasons (2006-09) – the longest current streak in the country
  • For the first time since 2000, and just the second since 1965, there are no repeat Walter Camp All-Americans.
  • Three players from Auburn earned First Team All-America honors – quarterback Cam Newton, offensive lineman Lee Ziemba and defensive lineman Nick Fairley.

First Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
QB Cam Newton, Auburn Jr. - College Park, GA 6'6" 250DL Da'Quan Bowers, Clemson Jr. - Bamberg, SC 6'4" 275
RB LaMichael James, Oregon Soph. - Texarkana, TX 5'9" 185DL Nick Fairley, Auburn Jr. - Mobile, AL 6'5" 298
RB Kendall Hunter, Oklahoma State Sr. - Tyler, TX 5'8" 200DL Ryan Kerrigan, Purdue Sr. - Muncie, IN 6'4" 263
WR Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State Soph. - Ardmore, OK 6'1" 205DL Adrian Clayborn, Iowa Sr. - St. Louis, MO 6'4" 285
WR Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma Jr. - Norman, OK 5'11" 183LB Luke Kuechly, Boston College Soph. - Cincinnati, OH 6'3" 225
TE Michael Egnew, Missouri Jr. - Plainview, TX 6'6" 235LB Greg Jones, Michigan State Sr. - Cincinnati, OH 6'1" 240
OL Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin Sr. - Cottage Grove, WI 6'7" 327LB Von Miller, Texas A&M Sr. - DeSoto, TX 6'3" 243
OL Rodney Hudson, Florida State Sr. - Mobile, AL 6'2" 282DB Patrick Peterson, LSU Jr. - Pompano Beach, FL 6'1" 222
OL Lee Ziemba, Auburn Sr. - Rogers, AR 6'8" 319DB Prince Amukamara, Nebraska Sr. - Glendale, AZ 6'1" 205
OL Nate Solder, Colorado Sr. - Buena Vista, CO 6'9" 315DB Jayron Hosley, Virginia Tech Soph. - Delray Beach, FL 5'11" 170
C Jake Kirkpatrick, TCU Sr. - Tyler, TX 6'3" 305DB Tejay Johnson, TCU Sr. - Garland, TX 6'1" 212
PK Danny Hrapmann, Southern Miss Jr. - New Oreans, LA 5'9" 160P Chas Henry, Florida Sr. - Dallas, GA 6'3" 215
KR Eric Page, Toledo Soph. - Toledo, OH 5'10" 180
KR Shaky Smithson, Utah Sr. - Baltimore, MD 5'11" 202

Second Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
QB Andrew Luck, Stanford Jr. Houston, TX 6'4" 235DL Sam Acho, Texas Sr. Dallas, TX 6'3" 260
RB Jordan Todman, UCONN Jr. North Dartmouth, MA 5'9" 193DL J.J. Watt, Wisconsin Jr. Pewaukee, WI 6'6" 292
B Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina Fr. Duncan, SC 6'0" 218DL Drake Nevis, LSU Sr. Marrero, LA 6'2" 285
WR Alshon Jeffery, South Carolina Soph. St. Matthews, SC 6'4" 233DL Jeremy Beal, Oklahoma Sr. Carrollton, TX 6'3" 267
WR A. J. Green, Georgia Jr. Summerville, SC 6'4" 212LB Justin Houston, Georgia Jr. Statesboro, GA 6'3" 258
TE Lance Kendricks, Wisconsin Sr. Milwaukee, WI 6'4" 241LB Akeem Ayers, UCLA Jr. Los Angeles, CA 6'4" 255
OL Stefen Wisniewski, Penn State Sr. Bridgeville, PA 6'3" 306LB Nate Irving, NC State Sr. Wallace, NC 6'1" 231
OL Derek Sherrod, Mississippi State Sr. Columbus, MS 6'6" 305DB Chimdi Chekwa, Ohio State Sr. Clermont, FL 6'0" 190
OL Anthony Castonzo, Boston College Sr. Hawthorn Woods, IL 6'7" 295DB Cliff Harris, Oregon Soph. Fresno, CA 5'11" 180
OL Caleb Schlauderaff, Utah Jr. Shelton, WA 6'4" 302DB Quinton Carter, Oklahoma Sr. Las Vegas, NV 6'1" 200
C Chase Beeler, Stanford Sr. Jenks, OK 6'3" 285DB Robert Lester, Alabama Soph. Foley, AL 6'2" 206
PK Will Snyderwine, Duke Jr. Potomac, MD 5'11" 190P Kyle Martens, Rice Jr. Spearfish, SD 6'6" 200
KR Cliff Harris, Oregon Soph. Fresno, CA 5'11" 180
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2009 All-America Team

This is the 120th edition of the Walter Camp All-America team – the nation’s oldest All-America team. Twenty-five players are selected to the first team by the 120 Football Bowl Subdivision head coaches and sports information directors.

2009 Walter Camp All American Team

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First Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
WR Jordan Shipley, Texas Sr. 6-0 190 - Burnet, TXDL Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska Sr. 6-4 300 - Portland, OR
WR Golden Tate, Notre Dame Jr. 5-11 195 - Hendersonville, TNDL Jerry Hughes, TCU Sr. 6-4 257 - Sugar Land, TX
TE Dennis Pitta, BYU Sr. 6-5 247 - Moorpark, CADL Terrence Cody, Alabama Sr. 6-5 365 - Fort Myers, FL
OL Russell Okung, Oklahoma State Sr. 6-5 300 - Houston, TXDL Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma Jr. 6-4 297 - Oklahoma City, OK
OL Mike Iupati, Idaho Sr. 6-6 330 - Anaheim, CALB Rolando McClain, Alabama Jr. 6-4 258 - Decatur, AL
OL Mike Johnson, Alabama Sr. 6-6 305 - Pensacola, FLLB Eric Norwood, South Carolina Sr. 6-1 252 - Acworth, GA
OL Trent Williams, Oklahoma Sr. 6-5 318 - Longview, TXLB Brandon Spikes, Florida Sr. 6-3 258 - Shelby, NC
C Maurkice Pouncey, Florida Jr. 6-5 320 - Lakeland, FLDB Eric Berry, Tennessee Jr. 5-11 203 - Fairburn, GA
QB Colt McCoy, Texas Sr. 6-2 210 - Tuscola, TXDB Taylor Mays, USC Sr. 6-3 230 - Seattle, WA
RB Toby Gerhart, Stanford Sr. 6-1 235 - Norco, CADB Earl Thomas, Texas Soph. 5-10 197 - Orange, TX
RB Mark Ingram, Alabama Soph. 5-10 215 - Flint, MIDB Joe Haden, Florida Jr. 5-11 190 - Fort Washington, MD
PK Kai Forbath, UCLA Jr. 6-0 192 - Pacific Palisades, CAP Drew Butler, Georgia Soph. 6-2 203 - Duluth, GA
KR C.J. Spiller, Clemson Sr. 5-11 195 - Lake Butler, FL

Second Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
WR Danario Alexander, Missouri Sr. 6-5 215- Marlin, TXDL Derrick Morgan, Georgia Tech Jr. 6-4 272- Coatesville, PA
WR Freddie Barnes, Bowling Green Sr. 6-0 206 -Chicago Heights, ILDL Von Miller, Texas A&M Jr. 6-3 240- DeSoto, TX
TE Dorin Dickerson, Pittsburgh Sr. 6-2 230 -Imperial, PaDL Brandon Graham, Michigan Sr. 6-2 263- Detroit, MI
OL Bryan Bulaga, Iowa Jr. 6-6 312 -Crystal Lake, IlDL Brian Price, UCLA Jr. 6-2 300- South Central LA, CA
OL Zane Beadles, Utah Sr. 6-4 305 - Sandy, UTLB Greg Jones, Michigan State, Jr 6-1 228, Cincinnati, OH
OL Anthony Davis, Rutgers Jr. 6-6 325- Piscataway, NJLB Pat Angerer, Iowa Sr 6-1 235- Bettendorf, IA
OL Ciron Black, LSU Sr. 6-5 322- Tyler, TXLB Sean Witherspoon, Missouri Sr. 6-2 245- Jasper, TX
C Matt Tennant, Boston College Sr., 6-3 245-Cincinnati, OHDB Rahim Moore, UCLA So. 6-1 197, LA, CA
QB Tim Tebow, Florida Sr., 6-3 245, -Jacksonville, FLDB Kyle Wilson, Boise State Sr. 5-10 186,- Piscataway, NJ
QB Case Keenum, Houston Jr., 6-2 210 -Abilene, TXDB Javier Arenas, Alabama Sr. 5-9 198- Tampa, FL
RB C.J. Spiller, Clemson Sr. 5-11 195- Lake Butler, FLP Zolton Mesko, Michigan Sr. 6-5 231-Twinsburg, OH
RB Jacquizz Rogers, Oregon State, So. 5-7 191- Richmond, TXKR Chris Owusu, Stanford So. 6-2 201- Westlake Village, CA
K Leigh Tiffin, Alabama, Sr. 6-2 212- Muscle Shoals, AL
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First Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
WR Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech - Soph. 6-3 214 Dallas, TXDL Brian Orakpo, Texas Sr. 6-4 260 - Houston, TX
WR Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State Soph. 6-2 210 - Lufkin, TCDL Aaron Maybin, Penn State Jr. 6-2 236 - Ellicott City, MD
TE Chase Coffman, Missouri Sr. 6-6 245 - Peculiar, MODL Jerry Hughes, TCU Jr. 6-2 248 - Sugar Land, TX
OL Mike Oher, Mississippi Sr. 6-5 318 - Memphis, TNDL Nick Reed, Oregon Sr. 6-2 260 - Trabuco Canyon, CA
OL Andre Smith, Alabama Jr. 6-4 330 - Birmingham, ALLB Rey Maualuga, USC Sr. 6-2 260 - Eureka, CA
OL Duke Robinson, Oklahoma Sr. 6-5 335 - Atlanta, GALB James Laurinaitis, Ohio State Sr. 6-3 240 - Hamel, MN
OL Rylan Reed, Texas Tech Sr. 6-7 305 - Dallas, TXLB Brandon Spikes, Florida Jr. 6-3 245 - Shelby, NC
C A.Q. Shipley, Penn State Sr. 6-1 297 - Beaver County, PADB Malcolm Jenkins, Ohio State Sr. 6-1 201 - Piscataway, NJ
QB Colt McCoy, Texas Jr. 6-3 210 - Tuscola, TXDB Alphonso Smith, Wake Forest - Sr. 5-9 190 Pahokee, FL
RB Shonn Greene, Iowa Jr. 5-11 - 235 Sicklerville, NJDB Eric Berry, Tennessee Soph. 5-11 - 195 Fairburn, GA
RB Javon Ringer, Michigan State Sr. - 5-9 202 Dayton, OHDB Taylor Mays, USC Jr. - 6-3 230 Seattle, WA
PK Louie Sakoda, Utah Sr. 5-9 178 - San Jose, CAP T.J. Conley, Idaho Sr. 6-3 220 - Walla Walla, WA
KR Jeremy Maclin, Missouri Soph. 6-1 200 - Kirkwood, MO

Second Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
WR Jarett Dillard, RiceDL George Selvie, South Florida
WR Percy Harvin, FloridaDL Terrence Cody, Alabama
TE Jermaine Gresham, OklahomaDL Everette Brown, Florida State
OL Eugene Monroe, VirginiaDL Mitch King, Iowa
OL Ryan Stanchek, West VirginiaLB Scott McKillop, PIttsburgh
OL Herman Johnson, LSULB Michael Tauiliili, Duke
OL Alex Boone, Ohio StateLB Sean Witherspoon, Missouri
C Alex Mack, CaliforniaDB Trimane Goddard, North Carolina
QB Sam Bradford, OklahomaDB Rashad Johnson, Alabama
RB Knowshon Moreno, GeorgiaDB Mike Mickens, Cincinnati
RB Donald Brown, UCONNDB Trevard Lindley, Kentucky
K Graham Gano, Florida StateP Pat McAfee, West Virginia
KR Derrick Williams, Penn State
KR Joe Burnett, UCF
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First Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
WR Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech Fr. - 6-3 208 Dallas, TXDL Glenn Dorsey, LSU Sr. - 6-2 303 Gonzales, LA
WR Jordy Nelson, Kansas State Jr. - 6-3 217 Riley, KSDL Chris Long, Virginia Sr. - 6-4 284 Ivy, VA
TE Travis Beckum, Wisconsin Jr. - 6-4 224 Milwaukee, WIDL George Selvie, South Florida Soph. - 6-4 242 Pensacola, FL
OL Jake Long, Michigan Sr. - 6-7 315 Lapeer, MIDL Sedrick Ellis, USC Sr. - 6-2 305 Chino, CA
OL Sam Baker, USC Sr. - 6-5 305 Tustin, CALB Dan Connor, Penn State Sr. - 6-2 233 Wallingford, PA
OL Anthony Collins, Kansas Jr. - 6-5 310 Beaumont, TXLB James Laurinaitis – Ohio State Jr. - 6-3 240 Hamel, MN
OL Tony Hills, Texas Sr. - 6-6 305 Houston, TXLB Jordon Dizon, Colorado Sr. - 6-0 220 Kauai, HI
C Jonathan Luigs, Arkansas Jr. - 6-4 307 Little Rock, ARDB Aqib Talib, Kansas Jr. - 6-2 205 Richardson, TX
QB Tim Tebow, Florida Soph. - 6-3 235 Jacksonville, FLDB Antoine Cason, Arizona Sr. - 6-0 185 Long Beach, CA
RB Darren McFadden, Arkansas Jr. - 6-2 215 Little Rock, ARDB Craig Steltz, LSU Sr. - 6-2 209 New Orleans, LA
RB Kevin Smith, Central Florida Jr. - 6-1 211 Miami, FLDB Jamie Silva, Boston College Sr. - 5-11 210 East Providence, RI
PK John Sullivan, New Mexico Sr. - 5-10 152 Tehachapi, CAP Kevin Huber, Cincinnati Jr. - 6-1 220 Cincinnati, OH
KR Felix Jones, Arkansas Jr. - 6-0 207 Tulsa, OK

Second Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
WR Mario Manningham, MichiganDL Vernon Gholston, Ohio State
WR James Hardy, IndianaDL Greg Middleton, Indiana
WR Devone Bess, HawaiiDL Greg Hardy, Mississippi
TE Martin Rucker, MissouriDL Bruce Davis, UCLA
OL Ryan Clady, Boise StateDL Jonal Saint-Die, Michigan State
OL Barry Richardson, ClemsonLB J Leman, Illinois
OL Ryan Stanchek, West VirginaLB Keith Rivers, USC
OL Duke Robinson, OklahomaLB Shawn Crable, Michigan
C Steve Justice, Wake ForestDB Alphonso Smith, Wake Forest
QB Chase Daniel, MissouriDB Malcolm Jenkins, Ohio State
RB Michael Hart, MichiganDB Trey Brown, UCLA
RB Ray Rice, RutgersDB Brandon Flowers, Va Tech
K Thomas Weber, Arizona StateP Durant Brooks, GA Tech
KR Kevin Robinson, Utah State
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2006 All-America Team

This is the 117th edition of the Walter Camp All-America team – the nation’s oldest All-America team. Twenty-five players are selected to the first team by the 119 Division 1-A head coaches and sports information directors.

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First Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
WR - Calvin Johnson, Georgia TechDL - LaMarr Woodley, Michigan
WR - Dwayne Jarrett, USCDL - Gaines Adams, Clemson
TE - Zach Miller, Arizona StateDL - Quinn Pitcock, Ohio State
OL - Joe Thomas, WisconsinDL - Justin Hickman, UCLA
OL - Justin Blalock, TexasLB - Paul Posluszny, Penn State
OL - Aaron Sears, TennesseeLB - Patrick Willis, Mississippi
OL - Jake Long, MichiganLB - James Laurinaitis, Ohio State
C - Dan Mozes, West VirginiaDB - Leon Hall, Michigan
QB - Troy Smith, Ohio StateDB - Aaron Ross, Texas
RB - Steve Slaton, West VirginiaDB - Daymeion Hughes, California
RB - Darren McFadden, ArkansasDB - Reggie Nelson, Florida
PK - Mason Crosby, ColoradoP - Daniel Sepulveda, Baylor
KR - DeSean Jackson, California

Second Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
WR Jeff Samardzija, Notre Dame Sr. 6-5 216- Valparaiso, INDL Quentin Moses, Georgia Sr 6-5 250- Athens, GA
WR Jarett Dillard, Rice So. 5-11 160- San Antonio, TXDL Mkristo Bruce, Washington State Sr 6-6 260- Renton, WA
TE Travis Beckum, Wisconsin So. 6-4 219- Milwaukee, WIDL Anthony Spencer, Purdue Sr. 6-3 261- Fort Wayne, IN
OL Steve Vallos, Wake Forest Sr. 6-3 290- Boardman, OHDL Tim Crowder, Texas Sr. 6-4 270- Tyler, TX
OL Levi Brown, Penn State Sr. 6-5 328- Norfolk, VALB H.B. Blades, Pittsburgh Sr. 5-10 240- Plantation, FL
OL Sam Baker, USC Jr. 6-5 305- Tustin, CALB Buster Davis, Florida State Sr. 5-10 240- Daytona Beach, FL
OL Josh Beekman, Boston College Sr. 6-1 321- Amsterdam, NYLB Rufas Alexander, Oklahoma Sr. 6-1 230- Baton Rouge, LA
C Ryan Kalil, USC Sr. 6-3 285- Corona, CADB Laron Landry, LSU Sr. 6-2 202- Metairie, LA
QB Colt Brennan, Hawaii Jr. 6-3 190- Laguna Beach, CADB Eric Weddle, Utah Sr. 6-0 200- Alta Loma, CA
RB Ray Rice, Rutgers, So. 5-9 195- New Rochelle, NYDB Tom Zbikowski, Notre Dame, Sr. 6-0 210- Arlington Heights, Il
RB Mike Hart, Michigan, Jr. 5-9 196- Syracuse, NYDB Mike Griffin, Texas, Sr. 6-0 205- Austin, TX
PK Justin Medlock, UCLA Sr. 6-0 197- Fremont, CAP Durant Brooks, Georgia Tech, Jr. 6-0 198- Macon, GA
KR Ted Ginn, Jr., Ohio State, Jr. 6-0 180- Cleveland, OH
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2005 All-America Team

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First Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
WR - Mike Hass, Oregon StateDL - Elvis Dumervil, Louisville
WR - Dwayne Jarrett, USCDL - Tamba Hali, Penn State
TE - Marcedes Lewis, UCLADL - Haloti Ngata, Oregon
OL - Max Jean-Gilles, GeorgeiDL - Rodrique Wright, Texas
OL - Marcus McNeill, AuburnLB - A.J. Hawk, Ohio State
OL - Jonathan Scott, TexasLB - Paul Posluszny, Penn State
OL - Eric Winston, MiamiLB - DeMeco Ryans, Alabama
C - Greg Eslinger, MinnesotaDB - Greg Blue, Georgia
QB - Matt Leinart, USCDB - Tye Hill, Clemson
RB - Reggie Bush, USCDB - Michael Huff, Texas
RB - DeAngelo Williams, MemphisDB - Jimmy Williams, Virginia Tech
PK - Mason Crosby, ColoradoP - Ryan Placekemeir, Wake Forest
KR - Maurice Drew, UCLA

Second Team

OFFENSE DEFENSE
WR Jeff Samardzija, Notre DameDL Mathias Kiwanuka, Boston Colleg
WR Calvin Johnson, Georgia TechDL Darryl Tapp, Virginia Tech
TE Garrett Mills, TulsaDL Mario Williams, NC State
OL D'Brickashaw Ferguson, VirginiaDL Kyle Williams, LSU
OL Andrew Whitworth, LSULB D'Qwell Jackson, Maryland
OL Joe Thomas WisconsinLB Chad Greenway, Iowa
OL Taitusi Lutui, USCLB Patrick Willis, Mississippi
C Nick MangoldDB Alan Zemaitis, Penn State
QB Vince Young, TexasDB Brandon Meriweather, Miami
RB Jerome Harrison, Washington StateDB Darnell Bing, USC
RB Laurence Maroney, MinnesotaDB Aaron Gipson, Oregon
K Alexia Serna, Oregon StateP John Torp, Colorado
KR Cory Rodgers, TCU