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SI.com's Preseason All-America Team
Offense Defense
QB: Philip Rivers
Sr., N.C. State
Has passed for almost 9,000 yards his first three seasons.
DL: Jason Babin
Sr., Western Michigan
The nation's leading returning sack artist (14 in 12 games).
RB: Maurice Clarett
Soph., Ohio State
Took all of college football by storm as a true freshman.
DL: David Pollack
Jr., Georgia
First defender in 14 years to be named SEC player of the year.
RB: Steven Jackson
Jr., Oregon State
Broke school record with 1,690 rushing yards last season.
DL: Tommie Harris
Jr., Oklahoma
Itching to explode after an injury-slowed sophomore year.
WR: Reggie Williams
Jr., Washington
Caught 149 passes for 2,427 yards his first two seasons.
DL: Vince Wilfork
Jr., Miami
Lone D-line holdover had 15 tackles for loss as a "backup."
WR: Rashaun Woods
Sr., Oklahoma State
Made 107 catches for 1,695 yards and 17 TDs last year.
LB: Karlos Dansby
Sr., Auburn
Former safety seems to get involved in nearly every play.
TE: Kellen Winslow
Jr., Miami
Exploded with 11 catches for 122 yards in the Fiesta Bowl.
LB: Teddy Lehman
Sr., Oklahoma
Anchor of OU's stifling defense changes game with one play.
OL: Shawn Andrews
Soph., Arkansas
The 371-pound monster is the heart of Hogs' rushing attack
LB: Rod Davis
Sr., Southern Miss
Notched an astonishing 168 tackles in 2002, 23.5 for loss.
OL: Antonio Hall
Sr., Kentucky
Musical virtuoso has started 34 straight games at right tackle.
DB: Chris Gamble
Jr., Ohio State
Two-way starter shut down some of nation's top receivers.
OL: Winston Justice
Soph., USC
Being dubbed by some as the "Orlando Pace of the West."
DB: Brandon Everage
Sr., Oklahoma
Thorpe Award semifinalist had 94 tackles and six INTs.
OL: Nick Leckey
Sr., Kansas State
Key figure in K-State's powerful running game last year.
DB: Sean Taylor
Jr., Miami
Grossly athletic safety broke up 15 passes, picking off four.
OL: Justin Smiley
Jr., Alabama
Credited with an astonishing 177 knockdown blocks in '02.
DB: Nathan Vasher
Sr., Texas
Latest in a line of lock-down cover corners in Austin.
Special Teams
K: Nate Kaeding
Sr., Iowa
Nailed 21 of 24 field goals during Iowa's Orange Bowl run.
KR: Derek Abney
Sr., Kentucky
Set NCAA record last fall with six return touchdowns.
P: Matt Payne
Jr., BYU
Led the nation in '02 with a 47.6 yards-per-kick average.
PR: Steve Suter
Jr., Maryland
Returned a nation's best four punts for TDs last year.

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