Quarterback – Spencer Rattler, sophomore, Oklahoma.
Running backs — Breece Hall, junior, Iowa State; Bijan Robinson, sophomore, Texas.
Tackles – Evan Neal, junior, Alabama; Kenyon Green, junior, Texas A&M.
Guards – Cain Madden, senior, Notre Dame; Zion Johnson, senior, Boston College.
Center – Tyler Linderbaum, junior, Iowa.
Tight end – Charlie Kolar, senior, Iowa State.
Wide receivers – Chris Olave, senior, Ohio State; Justyn Ross, junior, Clemson.
All-purpose player – Kyren Williams, sophomore, Notre Dame.
Kicker – Cade York, junior, LSU.
Ends – Kayvon Thibodeaux, junior, Oregon; DeMarvin Leal, junior, Texas A&M.
Tackles — Haskell Garrett, super senior, Ohio State; Bryan Bresee, sophomore, Clemson.
Linebackers – Will Anderson Jr., sophomore, Alabama; Nik Bonitto, junior, Oklahoma; Mike Rose, senior, Iowa State.
Cornerbacks – Derek Stingley, Jr., junior, LSU; Ahmad Gardner, junior, Cincinnati.
Safeties – Kyle Hamilton, junior, Notre Dame; Brandon Joseph, sophomore, Northwestern.
Punter – Jake Camarda, senior, Georgia.
Quarterback – Sam Howell, junior, North Carolina.
Running backs – Mohamed Ibrahim, senior, Minnesota; Isaiah Spiller, junior, Texas A&M.
Tackles – Thayer Munford, senior, Ohio State; Darian Kinnard, senior, Kentucky.
Guards – Jamaree Salyer, senior, Georgia; Emil Ekiyor, junior, Alabama.
Center – Jarrett Patterson, junior, Notre Dame.
Tight end – Jalen Wydermyer, junior, Texas A&M.
Wide receivers – Garrett Wilson, junior, Ohio State; John Metchie III, junior, Alabama.
All-purpose player – Jerrion Ealy, junior, Mississippi.
Kicker – Anders Carlson, senior, Auburn.
Ends – Aidan Hutchinson, senior, Michigan; George Karlaftis, junior, Purdue.
Tackles – Jordan Davis, senior, Georgia; Dante Stills, senior, West Virginia.
Linebackers – Devin Lloyd, super senior Utah; Christian Harris, junior, Alabama; Micah McFadden, senior, Indiana.
Cornerbacks – Kaiir Elam, junior, Florida; Tiawan Mullen, junior, Indiana.
Safeties – Jalen Catalon, redshirt sophomore, Arkansas; Jaquan Brisker, super senior, Penn State.
Punter – Lou Hedley, senior, Miami.
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