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SI's Preseason All-America Team

Posted: Monday August 23, 2004 10:16AM; Updated: Wednesday August 25, 2004 9:05AM
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Offense Defense
QB: Matt Leinart
Jr., USC
Threw for 3,556 yards and 38 TDs in his first year on the job.
DL: Dan Cody
Sr., Oklahoma
Had a breakthrough junior season, registering 10 sacks.
RB: Darren Sproles
Sr., Kansas State
Lit up Oklahoma for 323 all-purpose yards last December.
DL: David Pollack
Sr., Georgia
The nation's only returning two-time consensus All-America.
RB: Justin Vincent
Soph., LSU
Burst on the scene late last year to help lift the Tigers to the title.
DL: Matt Roth
Sr., Iowa
Former LB has recorded 22 sacks the past two years.
WR: Mark Clayton
Sr., Oklahoma
Jason White's favorite target caught 83 balls for 1,425 yards.
DL: Marcus Spears
Sr., LSU
The highly athletic player can drop back into pass coverage.
WR: Geoff McArthur
Sr., Cal
The nation's leading returning receiver had 1,504 yards in '03.
LB: Will Derting
Jr., Washington State
Could miss the Cougs' first few games with a broken wrist.
TE: Heath Miller
Jr., Virginia
Cavs' top receiver last season caught 70 balls for 835 yards.
LB: A.J. Hawk
Jr., Ohio State
Fiesta Bowl Defensive MVP helped stifle KSU's Sproles.
OT: Eric Winston
Jr., Miami
Former TE the latest in a line of dominating 'Canes blockers.
LB: Derrick Johnson
Sr., Texas
Texas' first-ever Butkus finalist has started four straight years.
OT: Alex Barron
Sr., Florida State
Barron's blocking has helped FSU upgrade its running game.
DB: Josh Bullocks
Jr., Nebraska
Finished tied for first nationally last year with 10 interceptions.
G: David Baas
Sr., Michigan
Will play a big role in success of Michigan's new QB, RBs.
DB: Thomas Davis
Jr., Georgia
Ferocious hitter led the Bulldogs' defense with 138 tackles.
G: Elton Brown
Sr., Virginia
Massive 6-foot-6, 333-pounder was ACC's top blocker last year.
DB: Antrel Rolle
Sr., Miami
The lockdown cover guy hasn't allowed a TD in 25 games.
C: Ben Wilkerson
Sr., LSU
Four-year starter is quick on his feet and rarely makes mistakes.
DB: Corey Webster
Sr., LSU
Former receiver has picked off 14 passes the past two years.
Special Teams
K: Jonathan Nichols
Sr., Mississippi
Made 23 of his first 24 field-goal attempts last season.
R: Antonio Perkins
Sr., Oklahoma
Set NCAA record with four punt returns for touchdowns.
P: Tom Malone
Jr., USC
His 49.0-yard average dwarfed all others nationally in '03.

Second Team
Offense Defense
QB: Jason White, Oklahoma, Sr. DL: Shaun Cody, USC, Sr.
RB: Carnell Williams, Auburn, Sr. DL: Adell Duckett, Texas Tech, Sr.
RB: Cedric Benson, Texas, Sr. DL: Mathias Kiwanuka, Boston College, Jr.
WR: Braylon Edwards, Michigan, Sr. DL: Orien Harris, Miami, Jr.
WR: Craphonso Thorpe, Florida State, Sr. LB: Michael Bolley, Southern Miss, Sr.
TE: Matt Herrian, Nebraska, Jr. LB: Abdul Hodge, Iowa, Jr.
OT: Jammal Brown, Oklahoma, Sr. LB: Channing Crowder, Florida, So.
OT: Andrew Whitworth, LSU, Jr. DB: Marlin Jackson, Michigan, Sr.
G: C.J. Brooks, Maryland, Sr. DB: Jamaal Brimmer, UNLV, Sr.
G: Chris Kemoeatu, Utah, Sr. DB: Jim Leonhard, Wisconsin, Sr.
C: Greg Eslinger, Minnesota. Jr. DB: Darrent Williams, Sr., Oklahoma State
K: Connor Hughes, Jr., Virginia P: Dustin Colquitt, Sr., Tennessee
R: Skyler Green, LSU, Jr.  

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