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BOSSHOGG30
06-04-2008, 09:18 PM
First Team Offense

QB: Tim Tebow, Florida
Junior with lots of talent and will be front runner for the Heisman

RB: Knowshon Moreno, Georgia
Sentational talent following in ex-dawg Herschel Walker’s foot-steps

RB: Chris Wells, Ohio State
Big back with all the tools and a very bright future

WR: Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech
Biletnikoff Award winner set freshman records for catches, yards, and TD’s

WR: Percy Harvin, Florida
Versatile athlete can beat you in the running or passing game

TE: Travis Beckum, Wisconsin
Latest of the new generation of vertical-threat, primary target tight ends

OL: Anthony Parker, Tennessee
Vols’ fiercest bodyguard paves way for Big Orange ground game

OL: Duke Robinson, Oklahoma
Nephew of Smokey Robinson who creates his own hits on every snap

OL: Andre Smith, Alabama
Reminds many of Orlando Pace, you can see why watching him pancake people

OL: Michael Oher, Ole Miss
Monster on the offensive line and very talented in his own right, Made smart decision returning back for senior year

C: Jonathan Luigs, Arkansas
Rimington Trophy winner is the centerpiece of the Razorbacks O-line

K: Thomas Weber, Arizona State
First freshman to win Lou Groza Award; scored ASU-record 118 points

P: Kevin Kuber, Cincinnati
Twenty of 57 punts pinned opponents inside the 20-yard line last year

BOSSHOGG30
06-04-2008, 09:26 PM
First Team Defense

DE: Maurice Evans, Penn State
Joe Pa’s most disruptive Nittany lineman had 12.5 sacks last year

DE: George Selvie, USF
Bull-rushing end posted 14.5 sacks and 31.5 tackles for a lost in 07.

DT: Terrill Byrd, Cincinnati
Run-stuffer and pocket crusher is a big force for the Bearcats

DT: Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma
Local legend mans the middle of Bob Stoops’ powerful OU stop-unit

LB: James Laurinaitis, Ohio State
Nagurski Award winner turned down millions to return to Columbus

LB: Rey Maualuga, USC
Rose Bowl Defensive MVP terrorizes offenses with relentless effort

LB: Scott Mckillop, Pittsburgh
Hard-nose, blue collar middle linebacker beloved by Steel City fans

CB: Mike Mickens, Cincinnati
One of the cornerstones of Bearcats’ turnover-clawing defense

CB: Alphonso Smith, Wake Forest
Demon Deacon had eight INT’s and four forced fumbles last season

S: Patrick Chung, Oregon
Mistake eraser roams field, lighting up opponents in his neon uniform

S: Taylor Mays, USC
Built like a linebacker, runs like a cornerback, plays like a superstar

KR: A.J. Jefferson, Fresno State
Home run hitter average 35.8 yards per kick return with two TD’s

PR: Jeremy Maclin, Missouri
Electric playmaker set freshman record with 2,776 all-purpose yards.

MOtorboat
06-04-2008, 09:27 PM
Excellent list Boss.

BOSSHOGG30
06-04-2008, 09:31 PM
Second Team All Americans

QB: Chase Daniel, Missouri
RB: Noel Devine, West Virginia
RB: LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh
WR: Aaron Kelly, Clemson
WR: Arrelious Benn, Illinois
TE: Chase Coffman, Missouri
OL: Ciron Black, LSU
OL: Jeff Byers, USC
OL: Louis Vasques, Texas Tech
OL: Ryan Stanchek, West Virginia
C: Alex Mack, California

DE: Tyson Jackson, LSU
DE: Greg Middleton, Indiana
DT: Mitch King, Iowa
DT: Vance Walker, Georgia Tech
LB: Darry Beckwith, LSU
LB: Joe Mortensen, Kansas
LB: Brandon Spikes, Florida
CB: Victor Harris, Virginia Tech
CB: Malcomn Jenkins, Ohio State
S: Eric Berry, Tennessee
S: William Moore, Missouri
K: Austin Starr, Indiana
P: Louie Sakoda, Utah
KR: Marcus Herford, Kansas
PR: Brandon James, Florida

BOSSHOGG30
06-04-2008, 09:43 PM
Third Team All-Americans

QB: Cullen Harper, Clemson
RB: Javon Ringer, Michigan St.
RB: P.J. Hill, Wisconsin
WR: Darius Heyward-Bey, Maryland
WR: Brandon Gibson, Washington State
TE: Darius Hill, Ball State
OL: Alex Boone, Ohio State
OL: Ray Feinga, BYU
OL: Andrew Gardner, Georgia Tech
OL: Greg Isdaner, West Virginia
C: Max Unger, Oregon

DE: Greg Hardy, Ole Miss
DE: Nick Reed, Oregon
DT: Geno Atkins, Georgia
DT: George Hypolite, Colorado
LB: Brian Crushing, USC
LB: Dannell Ellerbe, Georgia
LB: Rashad Bobino, Texas
CB: Vontae Davis, Illinois
CB: D.J. Moore, Vanderbilt
S: Derek Pegues, Mississippi State
S: Myron Rolle, Florida State
K: Jeff Wolfert, Missouri
P: Chris Miller, Ball State
KR: David Gilreath, Wisconsin
PR: Joe Burnett, UCF

Dean
06-05-2008, 09:03 PM
Shouldn't this thread be in high school and college football?

MOtorboat
06-05-2008, 09:51 PM
Shouldn't this thread be in high school and college football?

Um, no...Boss is our official College Football Writer...

MHCBill
06-06-2008, 02:59 PM
Did Boss have a FLORIDA WR on the 1st team?

Lock the doors and windows... the World is coming to an end!!!

j/k

BOSSHOGG30
06-06-2008, 03:18 PM
Did Boss have a FLORIDA WR on the 1st team?

Lock the doors and windows... the World is coming to an end!!!

j/k

lol, this is college football buddy... not the NFL... if this was a NFL draft watch post you wouldn't see him or Crabtree.

Rex
06-06-2008, 03:18 PM
Second Team All Americans

QB: Chase Daniel, Missouri
RB: Noel Devine, West Virginia
RB: LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh
WR: Aaron Kelly, Clemson
WR: Arrelious Benn, Illinois
TE: Chase Coffman, Missouri
OL: Ciron Black, LSU
OL: Jeff Byers, USC
OL: Louis Vasques, Texas Tech
OL: Ryan Stanchek, West Virginia
C: Alex Mack, California

DE: Tyson Jackson, LSU
DE: Greg Middleton, Indiana
DT: Mitch King, Iowa
DT: Vance Walker, Georgia Tech
LB: Darry Beckwith, LSU
LB: Joe Mortensen, Kansas
LB: Brandon Spikes, Florida
CB: Victor Harris, Virginia Tech
CB: Malcomn Jenkins, Ohio State
S: Eric Berry, Tennessee
S: William Moore, Missouri
K: Austin Starr, Indiana
P: Louie Sakoda, Utah
KR: Marcus Herford, Kansas
PR: Brandon James, Florida

O-V-E-R-R-A-T-E-D.:coffee:

BOSSHOGG30
06-06-2008, 03:21 PM
O-V-E-R-R-A-T-E-D.:coffee:

Sorry cswil, but I find this hard to comprehend....

In 2006, Chase Daniel started all 13 games as Missouri earned a berth in the Brut Sun Bowl. He threw for 3,527 yards with a 63.5% completion rate and 28 touchdowns. In 2007, Chase Daniel has improved even more stunningly, throwing for 4,170 yards with a 69.7% completion rate and 33 touchdowns, with only 10 interceptions in 13 games. Chase Daniel has also rushed for a net 284 yards and 3 touchdowns for a Total Offense of 36 touchdowns and 4,454 yards, almost 343 yards per game.

Requiem / The Dagda
06-06-2008, 04:17 PM
Good list man! Nice work.

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