UCF QB Dillon Gabriel and Pittsburgh DE Rashad Weaver Named Walter Camp FBS Players of the Week, presented by Generation UCAN

The Walter Camp Football Foundation has announced the Football Bowl Subdivision National Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, presented by Generation UCAN, for games ending September 19.

About the Award: This is the 17th year that the Walter Camp Football Foundation will honor one offensive and one defensive player as its national Football Bowl Subdivision player of the week during the regular season. Recipients are selected by a panel of national media members and administered by the Foundation.

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK

DILLON GABRIEL, UCF

Sophomore, Quarterback, Mililani, Hawaii/Mililani

Dillon Gabriel completed 27-of-41 passes for 417 yards and four touchdowns as 13th-ranked UCF defeated Georgia Tech, 49-21.  Gabriel also rushed for 30 yards and led UCF to 660 yards of total offense. 

Notes: Dillon Gabriel earns Walter Camp National Player of Week honors for the second time (Sept. 15, 2019) and is the fifth UCF player to win the award since 2004.

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK

RASHAD WEAVER, PITTSBURGH

RS Senior, Defensive End,Fort Lauderdale, FL/Cooper City

Rashad Weaver posted a team-high seven tackles (5 solo), three for losses and two quarterback sacks as 25th-ranked Pittsburgh defeated Syracuse, 21-10.  With the win, the Panthers improved to 2-0, 1-0 in the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

Notes: Rashad Weaver is the eighth Pittsburgh player to earn the recognition since 2004, and first since former running back Darrin Hall (Nov. 5, 2018).

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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 (www.waltercamp.org,@WalterCampFF) – 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.  The Foundation is a member of the National College Football Awards Association (NCFAA). The NCFAA was founded in 1997 as a coalition of the major collegiate football awards to protect, preserve and enhance the integrity, influence and prestige of the game’s predominant awards. The NCFAA encourages professionalism and the highest standards for the administration of its member awards and the selection of their candidates and recipients. For more information, visit the association’s website, www.ncfaa.org

Texas QB Sam Ehlinger and Louisiana LB Ferrod Gardner Named Walter Camp FBS Players of the Week, presented by Generation UCAN

The Walter Camp Football Foundation has announced the Football Bowl Subdivision National Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, presented by Generation UCAN, for games ending September 12.

About the Award: This is the 17th year that the Walter Camp Football Foundation will honor one offensive and one defensive player as its national Football Bowl Subdivision player of the week during the regular season. Recipients are selected by a panel of national media members and administered by the Foundation.

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK

SAM EHLINGER, TEXAS

Senior, Quarterback, Austin. TX/Westlake HS

Sam Ehlinger completed 25-of-33 passes for 428 yards and five touchdowns as Texas rolled to a 59-3 season-opening victory over UTEP.   All five of Ehlinger’s touchdown passes came in the first half. 

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Notes: Sam Ehlinger is the ninth Longhorn to earn Walter Camp National Player of Week honors (since 2004) and the first since he won the award on October 7, 2018.

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK

FERROD GARDNER, LOUISIANA

RS Senior, Linebacker, Dayton, OH/Trotwood-Madison

Ferrod Gardner posted nine tackles and one quarterback sack as Louisiana defeated 23rd-ranked Iowa State, 31-14, in the season opener for both teams.   It was the Ragin’ Cajuns first road win over top-25 opponent in school history. 

Notes: Ferrod Gardner is the second Louisiana player to earn the recognition since 2004, joining former Ragin’ Canjun running back Tyrell Fenroy (Oct. 5, 2008).

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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 (www.waltercamp.org,@WalterCampFF) – 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.  The Foundation is a member of the National College Football Awards Association (NCFAA). The NCFAA was founded in 1997 as a coalition of the major collegiate football awards to protect, preserve and enhance the integrity, influence and prestige of the game’s predominant awards. The NCFAA encourages professionalism and the highest standards for the administration of its member awards and the selection of their candidates and recipients. For more information, visit the association’s website, www.ncfaa.org

2020 College Football Season Welcome Message from Marcum LLP

Thanks to Marcum LLP for presenting the Walter Camp 2020 Preseason All-America teams.

Marcum LLP is a national accounting and advisory services firm with offices in major business markets across the United States.

Here is a welcome message from Marcum’s Chief Marketing Officer Jenna Allegretto.

          

Walter Camp Football Foundation Announces 2020 PRESEASON All-America Teams, presented by Marcum LLP

The Walter Camp Football Foundation, an all-volunteer organization and caretaker of the nation’s oldest college football All-America team, has announced its 2020 Preseason All-American teams, presented by Marcum LLP, a national accounting and advisory services firm with offices in major business markets across the United States.  

Fourteen players who earned Walter Camp All-American recognition in 2019 are on the 2020 preseason list.  Leading the First Team offensive unit is junior running back Chuba Hubbard (Oklahoma State), who returns to the Cowboys after rushing for 2,094 yards and 21 touchdowns in 2019.    Ja’Marr Chase (LSU) is a preseason All-America wide receiver after recording 84 receptions for 1,780 yards and 20 touchdowns for the national champion Tigers.  On the offensive line, left tackle Penei Sewell (Oregon) is a preseason honoree after earning First Team accolades a year ago.

On defense, four players who earned Walter Camp Second Team All-America honors in 2019 are on the 2020 preseason list.   Linebackers Micah Parson (Penn State) and Hamilcar Rashed (Oregon State) are joined by defensive tackle Jaylen Twyman (Pittsburgh) and defensive back Derek Stingley (LSU).

Punter Max Duffy (Kentucky), a first team All-America selection a year ago, is on the 2020 preseason list along with placekicker Keith Duncan (Iowa), who earned Second Team honors in 2019.

In all, 33 different schools from eight conferences are represented on the Preseason All-America First and Second Teams (a total of 50 players selected).  

Walter Camp, considered the “Father of American Football,” first named an All-American team in 1889. The 2020 season will be the 131st edition of the team.  In late November, the 2020 All-America teams will be selected by the head coaches and sports information directors of the 130 Football Bowl Subdivision schools and will be certified by Marcum’s New Haven-based accounting firm.

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.  The Foundation is a member of the National College Football Awards Association (NCFAA). The NCFAA was founded in 1997 as a coalition of the major collegiate football awards to protect, preserve and enhance the integrity, influence and prestige of the game’s predominant awards. The NCFAA encourages professionalism and the highest standards for the administration of its member awards and the selection of their candidates and recipients.

Marcum LLP is one of the largest independent public accounting and advisory services firms in the nation, with offices in major business markets throughout the U.S., as well as select international locations. Headquartered in New York City, Marcum provides a full spectrum of traditional tax, accounting, and assurance services; advisory, valuation, and litigation support; managed accounting services; and an extensive portfolio of specialty and niche industry practices. The Firm serves both privately held and publicly registered companies, as well as nonprofit and social sector entities, high net worth individuals, private equity funds, and hedge funds, with a focus on middle-market companies and closely held family businesses.  Marcum is a member of the Marcum Group, an organization providing a comprehensive array of professional services. For more information, visit www.marcumllp.com.

2020 Walter Camp PRESEASON All-America Teams

First Team Offense

Pos.     Name, School                                                 Hgt      Wgt     Class   Hometown

WR      Ja’Marr Chase, LSU *                                                6-1       200      Jr.        Harvey, LA

WR      DeVonta Smith, Alabama                               6-1       175      Sr.        Amite, LA

TE       Kyle Pitts, Florida                                           6-6       239      Jr.        Philadelphia, PA

OL       Penei Sewell, Oregon  *                                  6-6       325      Jr.        Malaeimi, American Samoa

OL       Cole Van Lanen, Wisconsin                           6-5       312      Sr,        Greenbay, WI

OL       Samuel Cosmi, Texas                                      6-7       310      Jr.        Humble, TX

OL       Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma  #                      6-3       315      Jr.        Shawnee, OK

OL       Wyatt Davis, Ohio State #                              6-4       313      Jr.        Bellflower, CA

QB      Trevor Lawrence, Clemson                             6-6       220      Jr.        Cartersville, GA

RB       Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State *                6-1       207      Soph.   Sherwood Park, CA

RB       Travis Etienne, Clemson %                             5-10     200      Sr.        Jennings, LA

PK       Keith Duncan, Iowa #                                                5-10     180      Sr.        Weddington, NC

First Team Defense

Pos.     Name, School                                                 Hgt      Wgt     Class   Hometown

DL       Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon                         6-5       250      Soph.   Los Angeles, CA

DL       Gregory Rousseau, Miami Fla.                       6-7       253      Soph.   Coconut Creek, FL

DL       Marvin Wilson, Florida State                          6-5       310      Sr.        Houston, TX

DL       Jaylen Twyman, Pittsburgh #                          6-2       290      R-Soph. Washington, DC

LB       Micah Parsons, Penn State #                           6-3       245      Jr.        Harrisburg, PA

LB       Hamilcar Rashed, Oregon State #                  6-4       236      R-Sr.    Phoenix, AZ

LB       Carlton Martial, Troy                                      5-10     216      Jr.        Mobile, AL                

DB      Shaun Jolly, Appalachian State                      5-9       175      Jr.        Stone Mountain, GA

DB      Jevon Holland, Oregon                                   6-1       200      Jr.        Pleasanton, CA

DB      Elijah Molden, Washington                            5-10     191      Sr.        West Linn, OR

DB      Derek Stingley, LSU  #                                  6-1       190      Fr.        Baton Rouge, LA

P          Max Duffy, Kentucky            *                                  6-1       186      Sr.        Perth, Australia

KR      Rondale Moore, Purdue                                  5-9       180      Jr.        New Albany, IN

Second Team Offense

Pos.     Name, School                                                 Hgt      Wgt     Class   Hometown

WR      Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State                      6-0       185      Sr.        Fort Worth, TX

WR      Rashod Bateman, Minnesota                          6-2       210      Jr.        Tifton, GA

TE       Pat Freiermuth, Penn State                             6-5       259      Jr.        Merrimac, MA           

OL       Alex Leatherwood, Alabama                          6-6       310      Sr.        Pensacola, FL

OL       Walker Little, Stanford                                   6-7       320      Sr.        Houston, TX

OL       Trey Smith, Tennessee                                    6-6       335      Sr.        Jackson, TN

OL       Rashawn Slater, Northwestern                       6-4       315      Sr.        Sugar Land, TX

OL       Nolan Laufenberg, Air Force                          6-3       295      Jr.        Castle Rock, CO

QB      Justin Fields, Ohio State #                              6-3       225      Soph.   Kennesaw, GA

RB       Jaret Patterson, Buffalo                                  5-9       195      Jr.        Glendale, MD

RB       Najee Harris, Alabama                                    6-2       230      Sr.        Antioch, CA

PK       Matt Trickett, Kent State                                6-0       191      Jr.        Cleveland, OH

Second Team Defense

Pos.     Name, School                                                 Hgt      Wgt     Class   Hometown

DL       Chris Rumph II, Duke                                                6-3       225      Jr.        Gainesville, FL                       

DL       Levi Onwuzurike, Washington                       6-3       288      Sr.        Allen, TX

DL       Carlos Basham, Wake Forest                          6-5       275      Sr.        Roanoke, VA

DL       Quincy Roche, Miami Fla.                              6-4       235      Sr.        Randallstown, MD

LB       Nick Bolton, Missouri                                     6-0       232      Jr.        Frisco, TX

LB       Dylan Moses, Alabama                                   6-3       235      Jr.        Alexandria, LA

LB       Paddy Fisher, Northwestern                           6-4       246      Sr.        Katy, TX

DB      Paulson Adebo, Stanford                               6-1       192      Sr.        Mansfield, TX

DB      Patrick Surtain II, Alabama                            6-2       203      Jr.        Plantation, FL            

DB      Trevon Moehrig, TCU                                    6-2       208      Jr.        Spring Branch, TX

DB      Shaun Wade, Ohio State                                6-1       195      Jr.        Jacksonville, FL

P          Trenton Gill, North Carolina State                 6-4       217      Jr.        Hillsborough, NC

KR      Jaylen Waddle, Alabama #                             5-10     182      Jr.        Houston, TX

*  – 2019 Walter Camp First Team All-American

# – 2019 Walter Camp Second Team All-American

% – 2018 and 2019 Walter Camp Second Team All-American         

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Walter Camp Foundation Statement Regarding Player and Coach of Year

Friday, Jan. 17 — 8 p.m.

Due to multiple conflicts involving the entire LSU football program and the celebration of its recent National Championship (a trip to the White House to meet with President Trump as well as on-campus celebration on Saturday afternoon), Joe Burrow (Player of Year) and Ed Orgeron (Coach of Year) will not be traveling to Connecticut for the Walter Camp Weekend festivities.

We are appreciative that the LSU athletic department was able to produce acceptance videos for both award winners to be shown at the National Awards Dinner on Saturday evening.

College Football 150 — Walter Camp’s All-Time All-America Team

The Walter Camp All-America team is the nation’s oldest All-America team. In 2019, The Foundation honored its 130th All-America team, continuing the great tradition began by the “Father of American football,” Walter Camp. The Foundation is proud to be part of the College Football 150 celebration. Over an eight-day span in early January, the Foundation recognized its All-Time All-Americans by position.

All-Time Team Facts

  • Walter Camp first selected an All-America team in 1888. The 2019 All-America team is the 130th edition – easily the nation’s oldest.
  • Starting in 1998, the Foundation also recognized a Second Team All-America team.
  • 130 players from 53 different schools are represented on the All-Time list which were selected by Foundation membership and college football experts.
  • Ohio State has the most honorees (11), followed by Notre Dame (8). USC, Michigan, Florida State and Alabama have seven players each on the All-Time team, while Nebraska has six. Pittsburgh has five players.

Quarterbacks
Doug Flutie, Boston College
Tommie Frazier, Nebraska
Matt Leinart, USC
Johnny Lujack, Notre Dame
Colt McCoy, Texas
Davey O’Brien, TCU
Peyton Manning, Tennessee
Roger Staubach, Navy
Tim Tebow, Florida

Running Backs
Doc Blanchard, Army
Jim Brown, Syracuse
Reggie Bush, USC
Earl Campbell, Texas
Glenn Davis, Army
Ron Dayne, Wisconsin
Tony Dorsett, Pittsburgh
Marshall Faulk, San Diego State
Red Grange, Illinois
Archie Griffin, Ohio State
Bo Jackson, Auburn
Darren McFadden, Arkansas
Adrian Peterson, Oklahoma
Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State
Doak Walker, SMU
Herschel Walker, Georgia
Ricky Williams, Texas

Wide Receivers
Fred Biletnikoff, Florida State
Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State
Tim Brown, Notre Dame
Anthony Carter, Michigan
Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech
Amari Cooper, Alabama
Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh
Desmond Howard, Michigan
Don Hutson, Alabama
Raghib Ismail, Notre Dame
Dwayne Jarrett, USC
Larry Kelley, Yale
Randy Moss, Marshall
Bernie Oosterbaan, Michigan
Johnny Rogers, Nebraska
Howard Twilley, Tulsa
Peter Warrick, Florida State

Tight Ends
Mike Ditka, Pittsburgh
Keith Jackson, Oklahoma
Ozzie Newsome, Alabama

Punters
Ray Guy, Southern Miss
Brad Maynard, Ball State
Reggie Roby, Iowa
Todd Sauerbrun, West Virginia

Placekickers
Roberto Aguayo, Florida State
Morten Andersen, Michigan State
Kevin Butler, Georgia
Daniel Carlson, Auburn
Sebastian Janikowski, Florida State
John Lee, UCLA

Kick Returners
Devin Hester, Miami
Tyler Lockett, Kansas State
C.J. Spiller, Clemson

Defensive Line
Joey Bosa, Ohio St.
Alex Brown, Florida
Ross Browner, Notre Dame
Steve Emtman, Washington
Myles Garrett, Texas A&M
Hugh Green, Pittsburgh
Tommie Harris, Oklahoma
Leon Hart, Notre Dame
Jerry Hughes, TCU
Bruiser Kinard, Mississippi
Bob Lilly, TCU
Merlin Olsen, Utah State
Mike Reid, Penn State
Bubba Smith, Michigan State
Lee Roy Selmon, Oklahoma
Randy White, Maryland
Reggie White, Tennessee
Chris Zorich, Notre Dame

Linebackers
Dick Butkus, Illinois
Chuck Bednarik, Pennsylvania
Cornelius Bennett, Alabama
Brian Bosworth, Oklahoma
Derrick Brooks, Florida State
Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern
A.J. Hawk, Ohio State
Marvin Jones, Florida State
Lee Roy Jordan, Alabama
Luke Kuechly, Boston College
James Laurinaitis, Ohio State
Tommy Nobis, Texas
Jerry Robinson, UCLA
Mike Singletary, Baylor
Chris Spielman, Ohio State
Manti Te’o, Notre Dame
Derrick Thomas, Alabama
Patrick Willis. Mississippi

Offensive Line
Tony Boselli, USC
Brad Budde, USC
Dan Dierdorf, Michigan
Bill Fralic, Pitt
Bob Gain, Kentucky
John Hannah, Alabama
Jeff Hartings, Penn State
Mel Hein, Washington State
John Hicks, Ohio State
Jake Long, Michigan
Bryant McKinnie, Miami
Jonathan Ogden, UCLA
Orlando Pace, Ohio State
Jim Parker, Ohio State
Dave Rimington, Nebraska
Jim Ritcher, North Carolina State
Will Shields, Nebraska
Greg Skrepenak, Michigan
Dean Steinkuhler, Nebraska
Korey Stringer, Ohio State
Aaron Taylor, Nebraska
Ron Yary, USC

Defensive Backs
Champ Bailey, Georgia
Eric Berry, Tennessee
Dre Bly, North Carolina
Tommy Casanova, LSU
Mike Doss, Ohio State
Kenny Easley, UCLA
Terry Hoage, Georgia
Nile Kinnick, Iowa
John Lattner, Notre Dame
Ronnie Lott, USC
Tim McDonald, USC
Deion Sanders, Florida State
Jack Tatum, Ohio State
Jim Thorpe, Carlisle
Charles Woodson, Michigan

Celebrating College Football 150 — Walter Camp’s All-Time All-America Team

The Walter Camp All-America team is the nation’s oldest All-America team. In 2019, The Foundation honored its 130th All-America team, continuing the great tradition began by the “Father of American football,” Walter Camp. The Foundation is proud to be part of the College Football 150 celebration. Over an eight-day span in early January, the Foundation recognized its All-Time All-Americans by position.

All-Time Team Facts

  • Walter Camp first selected an All-America team in 1888. The 2019 All-America team is the 130th edition – easily the nation’s oldest.
  • Starting in 1998, the Foundation also recognized a Second Team All-America team.
  • 130 players from 53 different schools are represented on the All-Time list which were selected by Foundation membership and college football experts.
  • Ohio State has the most honorees (11), followed by Notre Dame (8). USC, Michigan, Florida State and Alabama have seven players each on the All-Time team, while Nebraska has six. Pittsburgh has five players.

Quarterbacks
Doug Flutie, Boston College
Tommie Frazier, Nebraska
Matt Leinart, USC
Johnny Lujack, Notre Dame
Colt McCoy, Texas
Davey O’Brien, TCU
Peyton Manning, Tennessee
Roger Staubach, Navy
Tim Tebow, Florida

Running Backs
Doc Blanchard, Army
Jim Brown, Syracuse
Reggie Bush, USC
Earl Campbell, Texas
Glenn Davis, Army
Ron Dayne, Wisconsin
Tony Dorsett, Pittsburgh
Marshall Faulk, San Diego State
Red Grange, Illinois
Archie Griffin, Ohio State
Bo Jackson, Auburn
Darren McFadden, Arkansas
Adrian Peterson, Oklahoma
Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State
Doak Walker, SMU
Herschel Walker, Georgia
Ricky Williams, Texas

Wide Receivers
Fred Biletnikoff, Florida State
Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State
Tim Brown, Notre Dame
Anthony Carter, Michigan
Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech
Amari Cooper, Alabama
Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh
Desmond Howard, Michigan
Don Hutson, Alabama
Raghib Ismail, Notre Dame
Dwayne Jarrett, USC
Larry Kelley, Yale
Randy Moss, Marshall
Bernie Oosterbaan, Michigan
Johnny Rogers, Nebraska
Howard Twilley, Tulsa
Peter Warrick, Florida State

Tight Ends
Mike Ditka, Pittsburgh
Keith Jackson, Oklahoma
Ozzie Newsome, Alabama

Punters
Ray Guy, Southern Miss
Brad Maynard, Ball State
Reggie Roby, Iowa
Todd Sauerbrun, West Virginia

Placekickers
Roberto Aguayo, Florida State
Morten Andersen, Michigan State
Kevin Butler, Georgia
Daniel Carlson, Auburn
Sebastian Janikowski, Florida State
John Lee, UCLA

Kick Returners
Devin Hester, Miami
Tyler Lockett, Kansas State
C.J. Spiller, Clemson

Defensive Line
Joey Bosa, Ohio St.
Alex Brown, Florida
Ross Browner, Notre Dame
Steve Emtman, Washington
Myles Garrett, Texas A&M
Hugh Green, Pittsburgh
Tommie Harris, Oklahoma
Leon Hart, Notre Dame
Jerry Hughes, TCU
Bruiser Kinard, Mississippi
Bob Lilly, TCU
Merlin Olsen, Utah State
Mike Reid, Penn State
Bubba Smith, Michigan State
Lee Roy Selmon, Oklahoma
Randy White, Maryland
Reggie White, Tennessee
Chris Zorich, Notre Dame

Linebackers
Dick Butkus, Illinois
Chuck Bednarik, Pennsylvania
Cornelius Bennett, Alabama
Brian Bosworth, Oklahoma
Derrick Brooks, Florida State
Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern
A.J. Hawk, Ohio State
Marvin Jones, Florida State
Lee Roy Jordan, Alabama
Luke Kuechly, Boston College
James Laurinaitis, Ohio State
Tommy Nobis, Texas
Jerry Robinson, UCLA
Mike Singletary, Baylor
Chris Spielman, Ohio State
Manti Te’o, Notre Dame
Derrick Thomas, Alabama
Patrick Willis. Mississippi

Offensive Line
Tony Boselli, USC
Brad Budde, USC
Dan Dierdorf, Michigan
Bill Fralic, Pitt
Bob Gain, Kentucky
John Hannah, Alabama
Jeff Hartings, Penn State
Mel Hein, Washington State
John Hicks, Ohio State
Jake Long, Michigan
Bryant McKinnie, Miami
Jonathan Ogden, UCLA
Orlando Pace, Ohio State
Jim Parker, Ohio State
Dave Rimington, Nebraska
Jim Ritcher, North Carolina State
Will Shields, Nebraska
Greg Skrepenak, Michigan
Dean Steinkuhler, Nebraska
Korey Stringer, Ohio State
Aaron Taylor, Nebraska
Ron Yary, USC

Defensive Backs
Champ Bailey, Georgia
Eric Berry, Tennessee
Dre Bly, North Carolina
Tommy Casanova, LSU
Mike Doss, Ohio State
Kenny Easley, UCLA
Terry Hoage, Georgia
Nile Kinnick, Iowa
John Lattner, Notre Dame
Ronnie Lott, USC
Tim McDonald, USC
Deion Sanders, Florida State
Jack Tatum, Ohio State
Jim Thorpe, Carlisle
Charles Woodson, Michigan

Walter Camp All-Time All-America Team – QUARTERBACKS

The Walter Camp All-America team is the nation’s oldest All-America team.   In 2019, The Foundation honored its 130th All-America team, continuing the great tradition began by the “Father of American football,” Walter Camp.

The Walter Camp Foundation is proud to be part of the College Football 150 celebration.

Over the last eight days, the Foundation has recognize its All-Time All-Americans by position.    Here is the final position – quarterback.

QUARTERBACKS

Doug Flutie, Boston College

Tommie Frazier, Nebraska

Matt Leinart, USC

Johnny Lujack, Notre Dame

Colt McCoy, Texas

Davey O’Brien, TCU

Peyton Manning, Tennessee

Roger Staubach, Navy

Tim Tebow, Florida

OTHER POSITIONS

Jan. 3 – SPECIAL TEAMS

Jan. 6 – DEFENSIVE BACKS

Jan. 7 – OFFENSIVE LINE/CENTER

Jan. 8 – LINEBACKERS

Jan. 9 – WIDE RECEIVERS

Jan. 10 – DEFENSIVE LINE

Jan. 13 – RUNNING BACKS

Walter Camp All-Time All-America Team – RUNNING BACKS

The Walter Camp All-America team is the nation’s oldest All-America team.   In 2019, The Foundation honored its 130th All-America team, continuing the great tradition began by the “Father of American football,” Walter Camp.

The Walter Camp Foundation is proud to be part of the College Football 150 celebration.

Over an eight-day span, the Foundation will recognize its All-Time All-Americans by position.    

RUNNING BACKS

Doc Blanchard, Army

Jim Brown, Syracuse

Reggie Bush, USC

Earl Campbell, Texas

Glenn Davis, Army

Ron Dayne, Wisconsin

Tony Dorsett, Pittsburgh

Marshall Faulk, San Diego State

Red Grange, Illinois

Archie Griffin, Ohio State

Bo Jackson, Auburn

Darren McFadden, Arkansas

Adrian Peterson, Oklahoma

Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State

Doak Walker, SMU

Herschel Walker, Georgia

Ricky Williams, Texas

OTHER POSITIONS

Jan. 3 – SPECIAL TEAMS

Jan. 6 – DEFENSIVE BACKS

Jan. 7 – OFFENSIVE LINE/CENTER

Jan. 8 – LINEBACKERS

Jan. 9 – WIDE RECEIVERS

Jan. 10 – DEFENSIVE LINE

Walter Camp All-Time All-America Team – DEFENSIVE LINE

The Walter Camp All-America team is the nation’s oldest All-America team.   In 2019, The Foundation honored its 130th All-America team, continuing the great tradition began by the “Father of American football,” Walter Camp.

The Walter Camp Foundation is proud to be part of the College Football 150 celebration.

Over an eight-day span, the Foundation will recognize its All-Time All-Americans by position.    

DEFENSIVE LINE

Hugh Green, Pittsburgh

Bubba Smith, Michigan State

Lee Roy Selmon, Oklahoma

Leon Hart, Notre Dame

Merlin Olsen, Utah St.

Bob Lilly, TCU

Ross Browner, Notre Dame

Chris Zorich, Notre Dame

Mike Reid, Penn State

Steve Emtman, Washington

Bruiser Kinard, Mississippi

Randy White, Maryland

Alex Brown, Florida

Tommie Harris, Oklahoma

Jerry Hughes,  TCU

Miles Garrett, Texas A&M

Joey Bosa, Ohio St.

Reggie White, Tennessee

OTHER POSITIONS

Jan. 3 – SPECIAL TEAMS

Jan. 6 – DEFENSIVE BACKS

Jan. 7 – OFFENSIVE LINE/CENTER

Jan. 8 – LINEBACKERS

Jan. 9 – WIDE RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS