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Only days remain until College Football returns for another great season.  In preparation of the first kickoff of the year, ESPN has released their Pre-Season All American List.  The list is full of some of the biggest names in college football.  Let’s see how the list stacks up against your personal favorites:



WR – Robert Woods, USC

WR – Tavon Austin, West Virginia

TE – Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame

OT – Ricky Wagner, Wisconsin

OT – Oday Aboushi, Virginia

G – Jonathan Cooper, UNC

G – Chance Warmack, Alabama

C – Barrett Jones, Alabama

QB – Matt Barkley, USC

RB – Montee Ball, Wisconsin

RB – Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina



DE – Sam Montgomery, LSU

DE – John Simon, Ohio State

DT – Jesse Williams, Alabama

DT – Star Lotulelei, Utah

LB – Manti Te’o, Notre Dame

LB – Jarvis Jones, Georgia

LB – Chase Thomas, Stanford

CB – Johnthan Banks, Mississippi State

CB – David Amerson, NC State

S – Eric Reid, LSU

S – T.J. McDonald, USC



K – Brett Maher, Nebraska

P – Brad Wing, LSU

KR – De’Anthony Thomas, Oregon

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This star-studded list gives a great preview for the end of the season awards; however, some big names in college football are missing.  Clemson’s Sammy Watkins was chosen as a WR for the Sports Illustrated Pre-Season All American list. Watkins became only the third true freshman to make the AP first team All-American list after last year.  The likely candidate for Watkins’ exclusion from the ESPN list would be a potential pending drug suspension.

Another well-known name to miss the list is South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney.  As a freshman, Clowney registered 8 sacks and became a feared pass rusher in the ultra competitive SEC.  Clowney became pretty comfortable in the backfield of the opposing team throughout his rookie campaign.  With his freakish athletic ability, the sky is the limit for Clowney.

These are just a few notable players excluded from the list; however, there are always dark horses candidates who have huge years.  It will be interesting to see who emerges as the season continues.  These particular players are the cream of the crop in college football.  Keep an eye on all the action to see the spectacular feats they manage to accomplish every weekend.

Whats Your Verdict?