FIRST TEAM
Offense
Quarterback - Sam Bradford, sophomore, 6-foot-4, 215 pounds, Oklahoma.
Running backs - Shonn Greene, junior, 5-11, 235, Iowa; Javon Ringer, senior, 5-9, 202, Michigan State.
Wide receiver - Michael Crabtree, sophomore, 6-3, 214, Texas Tech; Dez Bryant, sophomore, 6-2, 210, Oklahoma State.
Tackles - Andre Smith, junior, 6-5, 330, Alabama; Michael Oher, senior, 6-5, 318, Mississippi.
Guards - Duke Robinson, senior, 6-5, 330, Oklahoma; Herman Johnson, senior, 6-5, 350, LSU.
Center - Antoine Caldwell, senior, 6-3, 305, Alabama.
Tight end - Chase Coffman, senior, 6-6, 245, Missouri.
All-purpose player - Jeremy Maclin, sophomore, 6-1, 200, Missouri.
Kicker - Louie Sakoda, senior, 5-9, 178, Utah.
Defense
Ends - Aaron Maybin, sophomore, 6-4, 236, Penn State; Brian Orakpo, senior, 6-4, 260, Texas.
Tackles - Terrence Cody, junior, 6-5, 365, Alabama; Peria Jerry, senior, 6-2, 290, Mississippi.
orida.
Cornerbacks - Alphonso Smith, senior, 5-9, 190, Wake Forest; Malcolm Jenkins, senior, 6-1, 201, Ohio State.
Safeties - Taylor Mays, junior, 6-3, 230, Southern California; Eric Berry, sophomore, 5-11, 195, Tennessee.
Punter - Kevin Huber, senior, 6-1, 220, Cincinnati.
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SECOND TEAM
Offense
Quarterback - Colt McCoy, junior, Texas.
Running backs - Knowshon Moreno, sophomore, Georgia; Donald Brown, junior, Connecticut.
Wide receivers - Austin Collie, junior, BYU; Jarrett Dillard, senior, Rice.
Tackles - Eugene Monroe, senior, Virginia; Andy Levitre, senior, Oregon State.
Guards -Brandon Carter, junior, Texas Tech; Trevor Canfield, senior, Cincinnati.
Center - A.Q. Shipley, senior, Penn State.
Tight end - Jermaine Gresham, junior, Oklahoma.
All-purpose player - Percy Harvin, junior, Florida.
Kicker - Graham Gano, senior, Florida State.
Defense
Ends - Everette Brown, junior, Florida State; Jerry Hughes, junior, TCU.
Tackles - Gerald McCoy, sophomore, Oklahoma; Mitch King, senior, Iowa.
Linebackers - Scott McKillop, senior, Pittsburgh; Brian Cushing, senior, Southern California; Aaron Curry, senior, Wake Forest.
Cornerback - Victor ``Macho'' Harris, senior, Virginia Tech; D.J. Moore, junior, Vanderbilt.
Safeties - Rashad Johnson, senior, Alabama; Trimane Goddard, senior, North Carolina.
Punter - T.J. Conley, senior, Idaho.
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THIRD TEAM
Offense
Quarterback - Tim Tebow, junior, Florida.
Running backs - Kendall Hunter, sophomore, Oklahoma State; Jacquizz Rodgers, freshman, Oregon State.
Wide receivers - Kenny Britt, junior, Rutgers; Jordan Shipley, senior, Texas.
Tackles - Jason Smith, senior, Baylor; Phil Loadholt, senior, Oklahoma.
Guards - Louis Vasquez, senior, Texas Tech; Rich Ohrnberger, senior, Penn State.
Center - Alex Mack, senior, California.
Tight end - Rob Gronkowski, sophomore, Arizona.
All-purpose player - Derrick Williams, senior, Penn State.
Kicker - Kai Forbath, sophomore, UCLA.
Defense
Ends - Nick Reed, senior, Oregon; George Selvie, junior, South Florida.
Tackles - Fili Moala, senior, Southern California; B.J. Raji, senior, Boston College.
Linebackers - Mark Herzlich, junior, Boston College; Sean Witherspoon, junior, Missouri; Michael Tauiliili, senior, Duke (tie); Rolando McClain, sophomore, Alabama (tie).
Cornerback - Vontae Davis, junior, Illinois; Mike Mickens, senior, Cincinnati.
Safeties - Myron Rolle, junior, Florida State; Nic Harris, senior, Oklahoma.
Punter - Pat McAfee, senior, West Virginia.

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