FIRST TEAM
Offense
Quarterback - Tim Tebow, sophomore, 6-foot-3, 235 pounds, Florida.
Running backs - Darren McFadden, junior, 6-2, 215, Arkansas; Kevin Smith, junior, 6-1, 211, Central Florida.
Wide receivers - Michael Crabtree, freshman, 6-3, 208, Texas Tech; Jordy Nelson, senior, 6-2, 213, Kansas State.
Tackles - Jake Long, senior, 6-7, 313, Michigan; Anthony Collins, junior, 6-5, 320, Kansas.
Guards - Duke Robinson, junior, 6-5, 330, Oklahoma; Martin O'Donnell, senior, 6-5, 305, Illinois.
Center - Steve Justice, senior, 6-4, 284, Wake Forest.
Tight end - Martin Rucker, senior, 6-6, 255, Missouri.
All-purpose player - Jeremy Maclin, freshman, 6-1, 185, Missouri.
Kicker - Thomas Weber, freshman, 6-1, 202, Arizona State.
Defense
Ends - Chris Long, senior, 6-4, 280, Virginia; George Selvie, sophomore, 6-4, 242, South Florida.
Tackles - Glenn Dorsey, senior, 6-2, 303, LSU; Sedrick Ellis, senior, 6-2, 305, Southern California.
Linebackers - Dan Connor, senior, 6-3, 233, Penn State; James Laurinaitis, junior, 6-3, 240, Ohio State; Jordan Dizon, senior, 6-0, 220, Colorado.
Cornerbacks - Aqib Talib, junior, 6-2, 195, Kansas; Antoine Cason, senior, 6-0, 185, Arizona.
Safeties - Craig Steltz, senior, 6-2, 209, LSU; Jamie Silva, senior, 5-11, 210, Boston College.
Punter - Kevin Huber, junior, 6-1, 210, Cincinnati.
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SECOND TEAM
Offense
Quarterback - Chase Daniel, junior, Missouri.
Running backs - Ray Rice, junior, Rutgers; Mike Hart, senior, Michigan.
Wide receivers - Mario Manningham, junior, Michigan; Harry Douglas, senior, Louisville.
Tackles - Ryan Clady, junior, Boise State; Sam Baker, senior, Southern California.
Guards - Robert Felton, senior, Arkansas; Anthony Parker, junior, Tennessee.
Center - Jonathan Luigs, junior, Arkansas.
Tight end - Fred Davis, senior, Southern California.
All-purpose player - Felix Jones, junior, Arkansas.
Kicker - Austin Starr, junior, Indiana.
Defense
Ends - Vernon Gholston, junior, Ohio State; Lawrence Jackson, senior, Southern California.
Tackles - Terrill Byrd, junior, Cincinnati; James McClinton, senior, Kansas.
Linebackers - J Leman, senior, Illinois; Curtis Lofton, junior, Oklahoma; Ali Highsmith, senior, LSU.
Cornerbacks - Brandon Flowers, junior, Virginia Tech; Malcolm Jenkins, junior, Ohio State.
Safeties - Patrick Chung, junior, Oregon; William Moore, junior, Missouri.
Punter - Durant Brooks, senior, Georgia Tech.
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THIRD TEAM
Offense
Quarterback - Colt Brennan, senior, Hawaii.
Running backs - Matt Forte, sophomore, Tulane; Jonathan Stewart, junior, Oregon.
Wide receivers - James Hardy, junior, Indiana; Davone Bess, junior, Hawaii.
Tackles - Kirk Barton, senior, Ohio State; Ryan Stanchek, junior, West Virginia.
Guards - Andrew Crummey, senior, Maryland; Branden Albert, junior, Virginia.
Center - Adam Spieker, senior, Missouri.
Tight end - Travis Beckum, junior, Wisconsin.
All-purpose players - DeSean Jackson, junior, California.
Kicker - John Sullivan, senior, New Mexico.
Defense
Ends - Nick Reed, junior, Oregon; Greg Middleton, sophomore, Indiana.
Tackles - Vance Walker, junior, Georgia Tech; Frank Okam, senior, Texas.
Linebackers - Xavier Adibi, senior, Virginia Tech; Ben Moffitt, senior, South Florida; Scott McKillop, junior, Pittsburgh.
Cornerbacks - Alphonso Smith, junior, Wake Forest; Michael Jenkins, junior, South Florida.
Safeties - Kenny Phillips, junior, Miami; Taylor Mays, sophomore, Southern California.
Punter - Brett Kern, senior, Toledo.

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