College Football's All-Freshman Team for 2014

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College Football's All-Freshman Team for 2014

College football fans know about Florida State’s Jameis Winston, Oregon’s Marcus Mariota, Alabama’s T.J. Yeldon and Ohio State’s Braxton Miller, but there’s a new crop of superstars waiting to emerge. Every college football season always brings new household names, and the countdown has officially started for 2014.

 

With fall practice underway, freshmen are on campus and ready to make an impact on the upcoming season. The recruiting hype and star rankings surrounding these players will continue for the next few years, but fall practice is the first chance for most freshmen to make a significant impact.
 

Every season, freshmen make an impact for some of the top teams in the nation. Last year, quarterback Jameis Winston guided Florida State to a national championship. What freshmen might make that type of impact in 2014?

 

Athlon has attempted to answer that question with a look at the top three all-freshmen teams for 2014. True and redshirt freshmen were considered for this list, with the emphasis on playing time. Talent and recruiting rank does play a part in compiling an All-Freshman team. However, a major factor in placement was determined by how much the players would see the field. Players from the five power conferences, Notre Dame and BYU were considered for this all-freshman team.
 

College Football's 2014 All-Freshman Team

 First-Team OffenseSecond-Team OffenseThird-Team Offense
QBKyle Allen
Texas A&M 
Brandon Harris
LSU 
Anu Solomon
Arizona 
RBLeonard Fournette
LSU 
Greg Bryant
Notre Dame 
Nick Wilson
Arizona 
RBJalen Hurd
Tennessee 
Dalvin Cook
Florida State 
Joseph Yearby
Miami 
WRRicky Seals-Jones
Texas A&M 
Malachi Dupre
LSU 
Bo Hines
NC State 
WRErmon Lane
Florida State 
Freddy Canteen
Michigan 
Artavis Scott
Clemson 
WR/TEDalton Schultz (TE)
Stanford 
KD Cannon
Baylor 
Devon Allen
Oregon 
OLKC McDermott
Miami 
Wyatt Teller
Virginia Tech 
Derwin Gray
Maryland 
OLDamian Prince
Maryland 
Mason Cole
Michigan 
Darius James
Texas 
OLCam Robinson
Alabama 
Toa Lobendahn
USC 
Chris Griffin
Georgia Tech 
OLKhaliel Rodgers
USC 
Bentley Spain
North Carolina 
Andrew Nelson
Penn State 
OLRod Taylor
Ole Miss 
Braden Smith
Auburn 
Cole Madison
Washington State 
 First-Team DefenseSecond-Team DefenseThird-Team Defense
DLMyles Garrett
Texas A&M 
Alec James
Wisconsin 
Kentavius Street
NC State 
DLChikwe Obasih
Wisconsin 
Chad Thomas
Miami 
Bijhon Jackson
Arkansas 
DLAndrew Brown
Virginia 
Malik McDowell
Michigan State 
Matt Elam
Kentucky 
DLJustin Manning
Texas A&M 
Derrick Nnadi
Florida State 
Nifae Lealao
Vanderbilt 
LBMatthew Thomas
Florida State 
Gyasi Akem
Oklahoma State 
Rashaan Evans
Alabama 
LBRaekwon McMillan
Ohio State 
Nigel Bowden
Vanderbilt 
Tre Williams
Auburn 
LBD.J. Calhoun
Arizona State 
Lorenzo Carter
Georgia 
Dillon Bates
Tennessee 
CBMackensie Alexander
Clemson 
Tony Brown
Alabama 
Marlon Humphrey
Alabama 
CBJabrill Peppers
Michigan 
Jalen Tabor
Florida 
Jermaine Kelly
Washington 
SQuin Blanding
Virginia 
Steven Parker
Oklahoma 
Malkom Parrish (DB)
Georgia 
SJamal Adams
LSU 
Tyree Robinson
Oregon 

Wesley Green (CB)
South Carolina 

 First-Team SpecialistsSecond-Team SpecialistsThird-Team Specialists
KDaniel Carlson
Auburn 
Cole Hedlund
Arkansas 
Sean Nuernberger
Ohio State 
PJK Scott
Alabama 

Colin Downing

Iowa State 

Gary Wunderlich
Ole Miss 
ATHAdoree' Jackson
USC 
JuJu Smith
USC 
Wayne Gallman (RB)
Clemson 
APSpeedy Noil
Texas A&M 
Curtis Samuel
Ohio State 
Allen Lazard (WR)
Iowa State 

 

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