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College Football 2018 Midseason All-America Team

Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama Crimson Tide Football

Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama Crimson Tide Football

With half of the 2018 college football season completed, it’s time to hand out some hardware in the form of midseason All-America selections. This list is likely to look drastically different by December, but the players honored and mentioned below have performed at a high level through the first seven weeks of 2018.

Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa leads the way for the first-team selections, as the sophomore headlines six Crimson Tide players selected to the midseason All-America squad. Clemson has four players selected on the team, including running back Travis Etienne and defensive linemen Clelin Ferrell and Christian Wilkins. Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins takes second-team honors behind Tagovailoa at quarterback.

Who were the top players from the first seven weeks of action? Athlon Sports selects midseason All-Americans for 2018:

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College Football 2018 Midseason All-America Team

 

First-Team Offense

Second-Team Offense

QB

Tua Tagovailoa Alabama 

Dwayne Haskins Ohio State 

RB

Travis Etienne Clemson 

Benny Snell Kentucky 

RB

Jonathan Taylor Wisconsin 

Miles Sanders Penn State 

WR

Laviska Shenault Colorado 

Marquise Brown Oklahoma 

WR

Jerry Jeudy Alabama 

Andy Isabella UMass 

TE

Jace Sternberger Texas A&M 

Noah Fant Iowa 

AP

Darrell Henderson Memphis 

Rondale Moore Purdue 

C

Tyler Biadasz Wisconsin 

Lamont Gaillard Georgia 

OL

Dalton Risner Kansas State 

Greg Little Ole Miss 

OL

Andrew Thomas Georgia 

Mitch Hyatt Clemson 

OL

Beau Benzschawel Wisconsin 

Shane Lemieux Oregon 

OL

Jonah Williams Alabama 

Terronne Prescod NC State 

 

 

 

 

First-Team Defense

Second-Team Defense

DL

Ed Oliver Houston 

Montez Sweat Mississippi State 

DL

Jerry Tillery Notre Dame 

Quinnen Williams Alabama 

DL

Clelin Ferrell Clemson 

Chase Winovich Michigan 

DL

Christian Wilkins Clemson 

Chase Young Ohio State 

LB

Josh Allen Kentucky 

Nate Landman Colorado 

LB

Ben Burr-Kirven Washington 

Devin Bush Michigan 

LB

Devin White LSU 

Te'von Coney Notre Dame 

CB

Deandre Baker Georgia 

Byron Murphy Washington 

CB

Greedy Williams LSU 

Julian Love Notre Dame 

S

Deionte Thompson Alabama 

Taylor Rapp Washington 

S

Grant Delpit LSU 

Brad Stewart Florida 

 

 

 

 

First-Team Specialists

Second-Team Specialists

K

Cole Tracy LSU 

Andre Szmyt Syracuse 

P

Braden Mann Texas A&M 

Ryan Stonehouse Colorado State 

KR

Maurice Ffrench Pitt 

Terrence Horne USF 

PR

Greg Dortch Wake Forest 

Jaylen Waddle Alabama