Bryce Young, Alabama – The Heisman winner is the best college football player ever, his 46 touchdowns and just five interceptions speak for it.
Kenneth Walker, Michigan State – The heart and soul of the Spartans attack rushed for 1,636 yards.
Sean Tucker, Syracuse – Tucker doesn’t get much attention, but his 1,496 running yards should.
Jordan Addison, Pitt – The best catcher in the nation when it comes to route running and post-catch yards.
Jameson Williams, Alabama – The best deep threat in the country simply can’t be covered, as evidenced by his 15 touchdowns and more than 20 yards per catch.
Brock Bowers, Georgia – He may be a true freshman, but he was the best player in attack for a team fighting for the national title.
Evan Neal, Alabama – Neal is a physical freak of nature and keeps Young’s blind side at bay.
Ikem Ekwonu, NC State – Ekwonu is so good at passing and blocking the run that he is giving Neal a run as the best offensive lineman to pick in April.
Zion Johnson, Boston College – Johnson can tackle or guard to the next level and has had a terrific season.
Darian Kinnard, Kentucky – The leader of one of the best offensive lines in the country.
Tyler Linderbaum, Iowa – Easily the best center in the county and the undisputed leader of Iowa.
Deuce Vaughn, Kansas State – Vaughn can do it all on the ground and through passing play.
Quarterback: Bailey Zappe, western Kentucky
Coming back: Tyler Badie, Missouri; Breece Hall, Iowa State
Wide Receiver: David Bell, Purdue; Treylon Burks, Arkansas
Narrow end: Trey McBride, Colorado State
Offensive line: Charles Cross, State of Mississippi; Connor Galvin, Baylor; Kenyon Green, Texas A&M; Caleb Chandler, Louisville; Alec Lindstrom, Boston College
Athlete: Wan’Dale Robinson, Kentucky