Thursday, September 04, 2008

1st Team CFB All-American Teams Preseason

A week late and a dollar short, here is your preseason 1st team All-American Team.
Tim Tebow, Florida-The reigning Heisman Trophy winner, Tebow does it all whether he is passing, running, or doing circumsicions in 3rd World countries.

Beanie Wells, Ohio State-The best runningback in the game, Beanie was the lone bright performance in the BCS Title game last year for the Buckeyes. If he can stay healthy he should put up 2000 yards rushing especially since the Big Ten will be pathetic this year.

Knowshon Moreno, Georgia-Special K was the difference maker last year for the Dawgs as he put the offense on his back and carried them to a #2 ranking when all was said and done. His spin moves are electric and his enthusiasm on the field can ignite a crowd.

Jorvorskie Lane, Texas A&M-I want Lane to have the ball in goal line situations. He is just so big and powerful it is almost unfair seeing defenses try to tackle him up high.

Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech-Set almost every conceivable record last year as a redshirt freshman for the Red Raiders. He is back and should put up excellent numbers with QB Graham Harrell looking his way.
Jeremy Maclin, Missouri-Every time I see Maclin touch the ball I expect him to score. He is that good! I expect Maclin to be considered a serious Heisman contender at the end of the season as he carries Missouri to a Big 12 Championship.
Percy Harvin, Florida-Unbelievable player when he is healthy, Harvin is the difference between the Gators being a serious contender for the SEC Title and not.

Travis Beckum, Wisconsin-The Badgers may be boring to watch but Beckum is not. He will likely win the Mackey Award for top tight end if the Badgers can reach a BCS game.

Jonathan Luigs, Arkansas-The returning Remington Award winner for best center in the college game, Luigs is a first round talent who helped open holes for D-Mac and Felix Jones.
Duke Robinson, Oklahoma-He is big and blocks well.
Anthony Parker, Tennessee-He is enormous and blocks with a vengeance.
Andre Smith, Alabama-The best offensive lineman in the game. Period.
Mike Oher, Ole Miss-He is huge and not stupid and blocks extremely well.

George Selvie, South Florida-Led the nation is tackles for loss last year.

Maurice Evans, Penn State-I got a million dollars that says he gets suspended for drugs.

Fili Moala, USC-Great name for a gay porn star.
Terrill Byrd, Cincinnati-Who knew that the Bearcats could produce such good defensive players?

Brian Cushing, USC-Steroids have done a body good.
Brian Toal, Boston College-Coming back from a serious injury, I will more than likely regret putting him this high on the list especially over Jasper Brinkley.

James Laurinaitis, Ohio State-I've heard he is pretty good for a two time All-American.
Rey Maualuga, USC-He wears women panties and is more than likely overrated but the kid loves to hit people hard.

Vontae Davis, Illinois-Best cornerback in the game.
Malcolm Jenkins, Ohio State-Second best cornerback in the game.

Michael Hamlin, Clemson-Great player but not good enough to beat Alabama all by himself.

Taylor Mays, USC-You know I hate the Trojans but I really like Taylor Mays. He plays the game the right way and stays out of trouble.


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