2018 College Football All-Americans

We give you the players to watch this season with the SportsFormulator 2018 College Football All-Americans.  These are the players with big expectations heading to the season and should be around at the end of the season to collect awards.

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2018 College Football All-Americans

First Team Offense

QB – Will Grier (West Virginia)
RB – Bryce Love (Stanford)
RB – Jonathan Taylor (Wisconsin)
WR – David Sills (West Virginia)
WR – A.J. Brown (Ole Miss)
TE – Noah Fant (Iowa)
OT – Mitch Hyatt (Clemson)
OT – Dalton Risner (Kansas State)
OG – Beau Benzschawel (Wisconsin)
OG – Nate Herbig (Stanford)
OC -Ross Piersschbacher (Alabama)

First Team Defense

DE – Nick Bosa (Ohio State)
DT – Ed Oliver (Houston)
DT – Christian Wilkins (Clemson)
DE – Clelin Ferrel (Clemson)
LB – Devin Bush (Michigan)
LB – Gary Johnson (Texas)
LB – TJ Edwards (Wisconsin)
CB – Greedy Williams (LSU)
CB – Iman Marshall (USC)
S – Jaquan Johnson (Miami)
S – Will Harris (Boston College)

First Team Special Teams

K -Matt Kay (Utah)
P – Mitch Wishnowsky (Utah)
R -KaVontae Turpin (TCU)


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Second Team Offense

QB – Jake Browning (Washington)
RB – Myles Gaskin (Washington)
RB – Devin Singletary (Florida Atlantic)
WR – Deebo Samuel (South Carolina)
WR – N’Keal Harry (Arizona State)
TE – C.J. Conrad (Kentucky)
OT – Jonah Williams (Alabama)
OT – Greg Little (Ole Miss)
OG – Nate Herbig (Stanford)
OG – Hjalte Froholdt (Arkansas)
OC – Toa Lobendahn (USC)

Second Team Defense

DE – Rashan Gary (Michigan)
DT – Jeffrey Simmons (Mississippi State)
DT – Dexter Lawrence (Clemson)
DE – Raekwon Davis (Alabama)
LB – Shaquille Quarterman (Miami)
LB – Cameron Smith (USC)
LB – Paddy Fisher (Northwestern)
CB – Brian Peavy (Iowa State)
CB – DeAndre Baker (Georgia)
S – Taylor Rapp (Washington)
S – Mike Edwards (Kentucky)

Second Team Special Teams

K – Daniel LaCamera (Texas A&M)
P – Drue Chrisman (Ohio State)
R – Tony Pollard (Memphis)

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