WR: Calvin Johnson
Jr., Georgia Tech
Sixty-seven grabs, 1,016 yards, 13 TDs; six 100-yard games.
LB: H.B. Blades
Ranked third nationally with 147 tackles; blocked two kicks.
TE: Jonny Harline
Caught 11 touchdowns, including game-winner vs. Utah.
LB: James Laurinaitis
Soph., Ohio State
Buckeyes' star defender had 100 tackles, eight takeaways.
C: Dan Mozes
Sr., West Virginia
Dominant blocker for nation's No. 2 rushing offense.
LB: Patrick Willis
Sr., Ole Miss
Tackling machine, he had 137 of them, including 87 solo stops.
OL: Alex Boone
So., Ohio State
Tackle shut down some of the nation's top pass-rushers.
DB: Daymeion Hughes
Pac-10 defensive Player of the Year intercepted eight passes.
OL: Jake Long
Key figure in Wolverines' much-improved running game.
DB: Reggie Nelson
Relentless playmaker picked off five passes, blocked two kicks.
OL: Joe Thomas
Nation's premier tackle could be top-three draft pick.
DB: Aaron Ross
'Horns' defensive star had 10 takeaways, 18 pass breakups.
OL: Steve Vallos
Sr., Wake Forest
Four-year starter key figure for ACC champion Deacons.
DB: Eric Weddle
Two-way stud snagged six picks, scored five offensive TDs.
K: Sam Swank
So., Wake Forest
ACC title game MVP made 5-of-7 kicks from 50-plus yards.
KR: Marcus Thigpen
Only player in the country to return three kicks for TDs.
P: Daniel Sepulveda
Led the nation with 46.5-yard average on 66 kicks.
PR: DeSean Jackson
Electrifying player led nation with 18.2-yard average, four TDs.
Brady Quinn, Sr., Notre Dame
Justin Hickman, Sr., UCLA
Ray Rice, So., Rutgers
Quinn Pitcock, Sr., Ohio State
Steve Slaton, So., West Virginia
LaMarr Woodley, Sr., Michigan
Jarrett Dillard, So., Rice
Rufus Alexander, Sr., Oklahoma
Robert Meachem, Jr., Tennessee
David Harris, Sr., Michigan
Travis Beckum, So., Wisconsin
Ameer Ismail, Sr., Western Michigan
Samson Satele, Sr., Hawaii
Paul Posluszny, Sr., Penn State
Kurt Quarterman, Sr., Louisville
Antoine Cason, Jr., Arizona
Ryan Clady, So., Boise State
LaRon Landry, Sr., LSU
Chris Messner, Sr., Oklahoma
Ryan Smith, Sr., Florida
Arron Sears, Sr., Tennessee
Aqib Talib, So., Kansas
Justin Medlock, Sr., UCLA
Damon Nickson, Jr., Middle Tennessee St.
Durant Brooks, Jr., Georgia Tech
Sammie Stroughter, Jr., Oregon State
QB: John Beck, BYU; Colt Brennan, Hawaii; Kevin Kolb, Houston; Colt McCoy, Texas; JaMarcus Russell, LSU; Pat White, West Virginia.
RB: Ahmad Bradshaw, Marshall; P.J. Hill, Wisconsin; Mike Hart, Michigan; Marshawn Lynch, Cal; Branden Ore, Virginia Tech; Antonio Pittman, Ohio State; Garrett Wolfe, Northern Illinois.
WR: Earl Bennett, Vanderbilt; Davone Bess, Hawaii; Dwayne Bowe, LSU; Adarius Bowman, Oklahoma State; Johnnie Lee Higgins, UTEP; DeSean Jackson, Cal; Rhema McKnight, Notre Dame; Jeff Samardzija, Notre Dame; Steve Smith, USC; Chris Williams, New Mexico State.
TE: John Carlson, Notre Dame; Darius Hill, Ball State; Zach Miller, Arizona State; Matt Spaeth, Minnesota.
OL: Sam Baker, USC; Justin Blalock, Texas; Levi Brown, Penn State; Travis Cooley, Southern Miss; Doug Datish, Ohio State; Doug Free, Northern Illinois; John Greco, Toledo; Ryan Kalil, USC; Jake Kuresa, BYU; Tavo Tupola, Utah; Tony Ugoh, Arkansas; Eric Wood, Louisville.
DL: Jamaal Anderson, Arkansas; Dan Bazuin, Central Michigan; Mkristo Bruce, Washington State; Calais Campbell, Miami; Ian Campbell, Kansas State; Adam Carriker, Nebraska; Eric Foster, Rutgers; Quentin Groves, Auburn; Derrick Harvey, Florida; Amobi Okoye, Louisville; Anthony Spencer, Purdue; Abraham Wright, Colorado.
LB: Jon Abbate, Wake Forest; Alvin Bowen, Iowa State; Dan Connor, Penn State; Buster Davis, Florida State; Earl Everett, Florida; Vince Hall, Virginia Tech; J Leman, Illinois; Brandon Siler, Florida; Phillip Wheeler, Georgia Tech.
DB: Brandon Flowers, Virginia Tech; Stanley Franks, Idaho; Josh Gattis, Wake Forest; Leon Hall, Michigan; Malcolm Jenkins, Ohio State; Dwight Lowery, San Jose State; Darrelle Revis, Pittsburgh; Reggie Smith, Oklahoma.
K: Art Carmody, Louisville; Garrett Hartley, Oklahoma; Jeremy Ito, Rutgers; Alexis Serna, Oregon State; John Vaughn, Auburn.