Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence makes headlines The preseason from Associated Press All-America Team, and he has two team mates of the best tigers in the first team.
Lawrence, the first freshman in quarterback to lead a team Clemson, who has been celebrating a national championship for more than 30 years, was added to the offensive against Travis Etienne's first team on Tuesday and presented by the Regions Bank. Clemson linebacker Isaiah Simmons was a selection of first-team defense. Clemson and No. 2 Alabama finished third with the most selections in the first team.
Jerry Jeudy, an all-American last season, was voted into first-team first-team with defender Raekwon Davis and linebacker Dylan Moses
Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, runner-up in the Heisman Trophy, was placed second Team elected.
Under the leadership of Alabama, the Southeastern Conference placed eight players in the first team, one more than the Big Ten.
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Quarterback – Trevor Lawrence, sophomore, Clemson.
Run Back – Jonathan Taylor, junior, Wisconsin; Travis Etienne, Junior, Clemson.
Tackles – Andrew Thomas, Junior, Georgia; Walker Little, Junior, Stanford.
Guards – Shane Lemieux, Senior, Oregon; Ben Bredeson, Senior, Michigan.
Center – Tyler Biadasz, Junior, Wisconsin.
Close End – Albert Okwuegbunam, Junior, Missouri.
Broad receivers – Jerry Jeudy, Junior, Alabama; Tylan Wallace, Junior, Oklahoma State.
All-purpose player – Rondale Moore, Junior, Purdue.
Kicker – Andre Szmyt, Junior, Syracuse.
Ends – Chase Young, Junior, Ohio State; A.J. Epenesa, Junior, Iowa.
Tackles – Derrick Brown, Senior, Auburn; Raekwon Davis, Senior, Alabama.
Linebacker – Dylan Moses, Junior, Alabama; Isaiah Simmons, junior, Clemson; Joe Bachie, Senior, Michigan State.
Cornerbacks – Bryce Hall, Senior, Virginia; Paulson Adebo, Junior, Stanford.
Security – Grant Delpit, Junior, LSU; Andre Cisco, the second year in Syracuse.
Punter – Braden Man, Senior, Texas A & M.
Quarterback – Tua Tagovailoa, Junior, Alabama Swift, Junior, Georgia; Eno Benjamin, Junior, Arizona State.
Tackles – Trey Adams, Senior, Washington; Calvin Throckmorton, Senior, Oregon.
Guards – Tommy Kraemer, Senior, Notre Dame; John Simpson, senior, Clemson.
Center – Nick Harris, Senior, Washington.
Tight End – Jared Pinkney, Senior, Vanderbilt.
Wide Receiver – Laviska Shenault Jr., Junior, Colorado; Justyn Ross, second year, Clemson.
All-purpose player – CeeDee Lamb, Junior, Oklahoma.
Kicker – Rodrigo Blankenship, Senior, Georgia.
Ends – Kenny Willekes, Senior, Michigan State; Julian Okwara, Senior, Notre Dame.
Tackles – Leki Fotu, Senior, Utah; Marvin Wilson, Junior, Florida State.
Linebacker – Paddy Fisher, Junior, Northwestern; Evan Weaver, Senior, California; Shaquille Quarterman, Senior, Miami.
Cornerbacks – Kristian Fulton, Senior, LSU; CJ Henderson, Junior, Florida.
Safety – Alohi Gillman, Junior, Notre Dame; Jordan Fuller, Senior, Ohio State.
Punter – James Smith, Junior, Cincinnati.
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