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College Football's 2018 Postseason All-America Team

Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama Crimson Tide Football

Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama Crimson Tide Football

With college football’s 2018 regular season in the books and bowl season upcoming, it’s time to take a look back and honor the best of the best and top performers for the All-America team. Whether it was on offense, defense or special teams, there were no shortage of clutch performances by players at every position. As expected, the toughest debate on offense came at quarterback. Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa and Oklahoma's Kyler Murray are both deserving of first-team honors this year, but we gave a slight edge to Tagovailoa. On defense, sorting out the linemen for the four teams was the toughest call on that side of the ball.

As usual, it’s never easy assembling fourth All-America teams. There are plenty of standout performers that won’t make the cut, but we tried to blend talent, production and consistency to form the top four teams.

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College Football's 2018 Postseason All-America Team

 

First-Team Offense

Second-Team Offense

Third-Team Offense

Fourth-Team Offense

QB

Tua Tagovailoa Alabama

Kyler Murray Oklahoma

Dwayne Haskins Ohio State

Will Grier West Virginia

RB

Darrell Henderson Memphis

Travis Etienne Clemson

Eno Benjamin Arizona State

Devin Singletary FAU

RB

Jonathan Taylor Wisconsin

Trayveon Williams Texas A&M

Benny Snell Kentucky

Alexander Mattison Boise State

AP

Rondale Moore Purdue

Greg Dortch Wake Forest

Deebo Samuel South Carolina

J.J. Taylor Arizona

WR

Tylan Wallace Oklahoma State

Marquise Brown Oklahoma

David Sills West Virginia

Preston Williams Colorado State

WR

Jerry Jeudy Alabama

Laviska Shenault Colorado

Antoine Wesley Texas Tech 

N'Keal Harry Arizona State

WR

Andy Isabella UMass

A.J. Brown Ole Miss

Hakeem Butler Iowa State

John Ursua Hawaii

TE

Jace Sternberger Texas A&M

T.J. Hockenson Iowa

Caleb Wilson UCLA

Irv Smith Alabama

C

Garrett Bradbury NC State

Lamont Gaillard Georgia

Tyler Biadasz Wisconsin

Sam Mustipher Notre Dame

OL

Jonah Williams Alabama

Terrone Prescod NC State

Greg Little Ole Miss

Yodny Cajuste West Virginia

OL

Dalton Risner Kansas State

Bunchy Stallings Kentucky

Ben Powers Oklahoma

Calvin Throckmorton Oregon

OL

Mitch Hyatt Clemson

Andrew Thomas Georgia

Michael Deiter Wisconsin

Andre Dillard Washington State

OL

Beau Benzschawel Wisconsin

Dru Samia Oklahoma

Chris Lindstrom Boston College

Ross Pierschbacher (C) Alabama

 

 

 

 

 

 

First-Team Defense

Second-Team Defense

Third-Team Defense

Fourth-Team Defense

DL

Quinnen Williams Alabama

Ed Oliver Houston

Jaylon Ferguson La. Tech

Brian Burns Florida State

DL

Christian Wilkins Clemson

Jeffery Simmons Miss. State

Jachai Polite Florida

Zach Allen Boston College

DL

Clelin Ferrell Clemson

Chase Winovich Michigan

Montez Sweat Miss. State

Kenny Willekes Michigan State

DL

Sutton Smith Northern Illinois

Jerry Tillery Notre Dame

Dexter Lawrence Clemson

Dre'Mont Jones Ohio State

LB

Josh Allen Kentucky

Devin Bush Michigan

Chase Hansen Utah

Gerald Willis (DL) Miami

LB

Ben Burr-Kirven Washington

Te'von Coney Notre Dame

David Woodward Utah State

Jeff Allison Fresno State

LB

Devin White LSU

David Long West Virginia

Joe Dineen Kansas

Khalil Hodge Buffalo

CB

Byron Murphy Washington

Julian Love Notre Dame

Bryce Hall Virginia

Hamp Cheevers Boston College

CB

Deandre Baker Georgia

Greedy Williams LSU

Brian Peavy Iowa State

David Long Michigan

S

Deionte Thompson Alabama

Taylor Rapp Washington

Amani Hooker Iowa

J.R. Reed Georgia

S

Grant Delpit LSU

Johnathan Abram Miss. State

Richie Grant UCF

Andre Cisco Syracuse

 

 

 

 

 

 

First-Team Specialists

Second-Team Specialists

Third-Team Specialists

Fourth-Team Specialists

K

Cole Tracy LSU

Andre Szymt Syracuse

Matt Gay Utah

Rodrigo Blankenship Georgia

P

Braden Mann Texas A&M

Mitch Wishnowsky Utah

James Smith Cincinnati

Drue Chrisman Ohio State

KR

Savon Scarver Utah State

Maurice Ffrench Pitt

Ihmir Smith-Marsette Iowa

Jason Huntley New Mexico State

PR

Mecole Hardman Georgia 

Greg Dortch Wake Forest

Isaiah Wright Temple

Michael Walker Boston College