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NCAA.org | January 8, 2014

Winston leads Consensus All-America team

The following players were listed on the most first team All-America teams competing against players at that position only. To be selected a player has to be named first team on at least two of the five selected All-American teams. Second and third teams were used to break ties. Ten players were unanimous choices by the five organizations used in the consensus chart — American Football Coaches Association, Associated Press, Football Writers Association of America, The Sporting News and Walter Camp Foundation.  Note: Each of the five teams has a different way of listing the returner or all-purpose player.  For the purpose of the Consensus All-America team those categories were treated as one position.

Offense

WR—Brandin Cooks, Oregon St., 5-10, 186, Jr.

WR—Mike Evans, Texas A&M, 6-5, 225, So.

TE—*Jace Amaro, Texas Tech, 6-5, 260, Jr.

OL—Cyrus Kouandjio, Alabama, 6-6, 310, Jr.

OL—*David Yankey, Stanford, 6-5, 313, Sr.

OL—*Jake Matthews, Texas A&M, 6-5, 305, Sr.

OL—*Cyril Richardson, Baylor, 6-5, 340, Sr.

C—Bryan Stork, Florida St., 6-4, 300, Sr.

C—Gabe Ikard, Oklahoma, 6-3, 298, Sr.

QB—Jameis Winston, Florida St., 6-4, 229, Fr.

RB—*Andre Williams, Boston College, 6-0, 227, Sr.

RBKa'Deem Carey, Arizona, 5-10, 207, Jr.

PK—Anthony Fera, Texas, 6-2, 208, Sr.

Returner/All-Purpose—Ty Montgomery, Stanford, 6-2, 215, Jr.

 

Defense

DL—*Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh, 6-0, 285, Sr.

DL—*Michael Sam, Missouri, 6-2, 255, Sr.

DL—Jackson Jeffcoat, Texas, 6-5, 250, Sr.

DL—Vic Beasley, Clemson, 6-2, 235, Jr.

LB—*C.J. Mosley, Alabama, 6-2, 238, Sr.

LB—Anthony Barr, UCLA, 6-4, 248, Sr.

LB—Trent Murphy, Stanford, 6-6, 261, Sr.

DB—*Darqueze Dennard, Michigan St., 5-11, 197, Sr.

DB—*Lamarcus Joyner, Florida St., 5-8, 190, Sr.

DB—Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Alabama, 6-1, 208, Jr.

DB—Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma St., 6-0, 200, Sr.

P—Tom Hornsey, Memphis, 6-3, 210, Sr.

 

* Indicates unanimous first team selection; Bold indicates consensus repeater from 2012

Note: Two centers are named because of a tie. Both Stork and Ikard made two first teams and one second team each.

 

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