Found November 06, 2012 on Gridiron Grit:
PLAYERS: Bjoern WernerScott CrichtonJarvis JonesArthur BrownJordan PoyerDeMarcus MillinerMatt ElamJohnthan BanksAnthony ThomasKenjon BarnerMarqise LeeChance WarmackD.J. FlukerBarrett JonesDustin HopkinsA.J. McCarronJohnathan FranklinQuinton PattonTyler EifertTaylor LewanDalton FreemanDallas ThomasGabe JacksonQuinn SharpSam MontgomeryJadeveon ClowneyCornellius CarradineKhaseem GreeneKevin MinterXavier RhodesTy ZimmermanEric ReidMontee BallMarkus WheatonZach ErtzBraxton CaveTravis FrederickXavier NixonTyler LockettRoosevelt NixChris JonesDevonte FieldsKiko AlonsoPhillip StewardDerrick MathewsBradley RobyIfo Ekpre-OlomuJaylen WatkinsBrad WingRashad Greene
TEAMS: Arizona State Sun DevilsFlorida State SeminolesOregon State BeaversNotre Dame Fighting IrishKansas State WildcatsFlorida GatorsMississippi State BulldogsOregon DucksAlabama Crimson TideKent State Golden FlashesUCLA BruinsLouisiana Tech BulldogsMichigan WolverinesClemson TigersTennessee VolunteersOklahoma State CowboysLSU TigersSouth Carolina GamecocksRutgers Scarlet KnightsFresno State BulldogsMichigan State SpartansWisconsin BadgersStanford CardinalBowling Green FalconsTCU Horned FrogsHouston CougarsOhio State BuckeyesSan Jose State Spartans Follow @Dan Vasta and like Gridiron Grit on Facebook Yes, I voted today but the real question is whether or not you voted? Speaking of votes, it is almost time to fill out those All-American ballots of which players deserve some All-American love. Breaking down three separate teams, here are your All-American squads entering the final four weekends of the season. First Team All-American Defense DL-Damontre Moore, A&M DL- Will Sutton, Arizona State DL- Bjoern Werner, Florida State DL-Scott Crichton, Oregon State LB- Manti Te’o, Notre Dame LB-Jarvis Jones, Georgia LB- Arthur Brown, Kansas State DB- Jordan Poyer, Oregon State DB- DeMarcus Milliner, Alabama DB- Matt Elam, Florida DB-Johnthan Banks, Mississippi State P- Kyle Christy, Florida PR- De’Anthony Thomas, Oregon Danny V’s Breakdown: Speed, speed and more speed would be the best description of this defense. The secondary is filled with several ball-hawks that will ...

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