Posted: Tue December 17, 2013 11:59AM; Updated: Tue December 17, 2013 12:15PM

Jameis Winston, Aaron Donald lead SI.com's 2013 All-America Team

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Jameis Winston; Ka'Deem Carey; Aaron Donald
Jameis Winston, Ka'Deem Carey and Aaron Donald all earned a spot on SI.com's 2013 All-America Team.
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The 2013 college football regular season is finished, and the bowl matchups are set. Now, to recognize the players who made this year great, it's time to unveil SI.com's All-America Team.

Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston is one four Florida State selections on the first team, joining offensive tackle Cameron Erving, cornerback Lamarcus Joyner and kicker Roberto Aguayo. Stanford landed three players (linebacker Trent Murphy, offensive guard David Yankey and return man Ty Montgomery) on the squad, as did Texas A&M (wide receiver Mike Evans, offensive tackle Jake Matthews and punter Drew Kaser). The ACC had the most selections of any conference with eight.

For a complete list of the 2013-14 postseason pairings -- and for additional preview content leading up to the BCS title game -- check out SI.com's bowl schedule and college football section front.

SI.com's 2013 All-America Team
 
  OFFENSE   DEFENSE  
 
 
QB Jameis Winston
Fr., Florida State
Heisman Trophy winner led the FBS in passing efficiency (190.1) and threw for 38 touchdowns.
 
DE Michael Sam
Sr., Missouri
Mizzou star powered the Tigers' SEC East run with a league-best 10.5 sacks and 18 tackles for loss.
 
 
 
RB Andre Williams
Sr., Boston College
Eagles' workhorse rushed for an FBS-high 2,102 yards and had five 200-plus yard games.
 
DT Aaron Donald
Sr., Pittsburgh
Interior force had 26.5 tackles for loss to win the Nagurski, Outland, Lombardi and Bednarik awards.
 
 
 
RB Ka'Deem Carey
Jr., Arizona
Speedy back gained at least 100 yards in every game he played and sparked an upset of Oregon.
 
DE Vic Beasley
Jr., Clemson
Hendricks Award finalist terrorized offenses to finish with 12 sacks and four forced fumbles.
 
 
 
WR Brandin Cooks
Jr., Oregon State
Biletnikoff Award winner tallied 1,670 receiving yards and caught at least six passes in every game.
 
LB Anthony Barr
Sr., UCLA
Bruins' sackmaster was a constant presence in the backfield, totaling 20 tackles for loss.
 
 
 
WR Mike Evans
So., Texas A&M
Johnny Football's favorite target averaged 20.3 yards per catch with an SEC-best 12 touchdowns.
 
LB Khalil Mack
Sr., Buffalo
Bulls' leader burst on the scene behind 19 tackles for loss, 10.5 sacks and five forced fumbles.
 
 
 
TE Jace Amaro
Jr., Texas Tech
Despite Texas Tech's late woes, the 6-foot-5 threat notched 1,240 receiving yards and seven scores.
 
LB Ryan Shazier
Jr., Ohio State
The 6-2, 230-pounder blanketed the field, finishing second in the country with 94 solo tackles.
 
 
 
T Jake Matthews
Sr., Texas A&M
Touted NFL prospect paved the way for an Aggies' attack that averaged 43.6 points per game.
 
LB Trent Murphy
Sr., Stanford
Relentless pass rusher had 14 sacks for a Cardinal defense that allowed just 18.6 points per game.
 
 
 
G Cyril Richardson
Sr., Baylor
Outland Trophy finalist keyed an attack that averaged 624.5 yards per game, tops nationally.
 
CB Darqueze Dennard
Sr., Michigan State
Thorpe Award winner had four picks and was a key cog in the nation's top-ranked total defense.
 
 
 
C Hroniss Grasu
Jr., Oregon
Veteran center bolstered an offense that averaged 278.3 rushing yards per game.
 
S Anthony Harris
Jr., Virginia
First-team All-ACC selection had interceptions in five straight games and finished with eight.
 
 
 
G David Yankey
Sr., Stanford
The 6-5, 313-pounder anchored a Cardinal line that allowed just 15 sacks and 48 tackles for loss.
 
S Jimmie Ward
Sr., Northern Illinois
The shutdown safety led the MAC with six interceptions and racked up a team-high 89 tackles.
 
 
 
T Cameron Erving
Jr., Florida State
The 'Noles standout claimed the Jacobs Blocking Trophy for protecting Winston's blindside.
 
CB Lamarcus Joyner
Sr., Florida State
The Nagurski Trophy finalist made plays all over the field, amassing 64 tackles and five sacks.
 
 
  SPECIAL TEAMS  
 
 
K Roberto Aguayo
Fr., Florida State
Seminoles' freshman went 19-of-20 on field goals and made eight kicks of 40 yards or longer.
 
R Ty Montgomery
Jr., Stanford
Stanford’s speedster raced for 997 kick return yards (31.2 yard average) with two touchdowns.
 
 
 
P Drew Kaser
So., Texas A&M
Ray Guy Award finalist averaged 47.4 yards per punt with an average net of 41.3 yards.
 
AP Antonio Andrews
Sr., Western Kentucky
Sun Belt Player of the Year averaged a national-best 218.3 all-purpose yards per game.
 
 
Second Team
 
  OFFENSE   DEFENSE  
 
 
QB Johnny Manziel, So., Texas A&M
 
DL Shilique Calhoun, So., Michigan State
 
 
RB Tre Mason, Jr., Auburn
 
DL Timmy Jernigan, Jr., Florida State
 
 
RB Bishop Sankey, Jr., Washington
 
DL Jackson Jeffcoat, Sr., Texas
 
 
WR Jordan Matthews, Sr., Vanderbilt
 
LB C.J. Mosley, Sr., Alabama
 
 
WR Allen Robinson, Jr., Penn State
 
LB Denicos Allen, Sr., Michigan State
 
 
TE Eric Ebron, Jr., North Carolina
 
LB Chris Borland, Sr., Wisconsin
 
 
OL Taylor Lewan, Sr., Michigan
 
LB Shayne Skov, Sr., Stanford
 
 
OL Jack Mewhort, Sr., Ohio State
 
DB Jason Verrett, Sr., TCU
 
 
OL Bryan Stork, Sr., Florida State
 
DB Justin Gilbert, Sr., Oklahoma State
 
 
OL Cyrus Kouandjio, Jr., Alabama
 
DB Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Jr., Alabama
 
 
OL Greg Robinson, So., Auburn
 
DB Lorenzo Doss, So., Tulane
 
  SPECIAL TEAMS  
 
 
K Anthony Fera, Sr., Texas
 
R Jamison Crowder, Jr., Duke
 
 
P Tom Hornsey, Sr., Memphis
 
AP Odell Beckham Jr., Jr., LSU
 
Honorable Mention
 
 
 
QB Blake Bortles, UCF; Tajh Boyd, Clemson; Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville; Shane Carden, East Carolina; Derek Carr, Fresno State; Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois; Marcus Mariota, Oregon; AJ McCarron, Alabama; Zach Mettenberger, LSU; Braxton Miller, Ohio State; Aaron Murray, Georgia; Bryce Petty, Baylor; Keenan Reynolds, Navy; Connor Shaw, South Carolina
 
 
 
RB Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska; Kapri Bibbs, Colorado State; David Fluellen, Toledo; Tyler Gaffney, Stanford; Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin; Travis Greene, Bowling Green; Jeremy Hill, LSU; Carlos Hyde, Ohio State; Branden Oliver, Buffalo
 
 
 
WR Davante Adams, Fresno State; Kelvin Benjamin, Florida State; Devante Davis, UNLV; Jeremy Gallon, Michigan; Antwan Goodley, Baylor; Chandler Jones, San Jose State; Paul Richardson, Colorado; Willie Snead, Ball State; Sammy Watkins, Clemson
 
 
 
TE Chris Coyle, Arizona State; Devin Funchess, Michigan; Tyler Kroft, Rutgers; Arthur Lynch, Georgia; Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington
 
 
 
OL Gabe Ikard, Oklahoma; Gabe Jackson, Mississippi State; Tre' Jackson, Florida State; Wesley Johnson, Vanderbilt; Eric Lefeld, Cincinnati; Corey Linsley, Ohio State; Brandon Scherff, Iowa; Andrus Peat, Stanford; Xavier Su'a-Filo, UCLA; Travis Swanson, Arkansas; Austin Wentworth, Fresno State
 
 
 
DL Jeremiah Attaochu, Georgia Tech; Scott Crichton, Oregon State; Dee Ford, Auburn; Ra'Shede Hageman, Minnesota; Martin Ifedi, Memphis; Demarcus Lawrence, Boise State; Kareem Martin, North Carolina; Lorenzo Mauldin, Louisville; Ryan Mueller, Kansas State; Roosevelt Nix, Kent State; Kelcy Quarles, South Carolina; Trevor Reilly, Utah; Marcus Smith, Louisville; Will Sutton, Arizona State; Nikita Whitlock, Wake Forest; Leonard Williams, USC
 
 
 
LB Justin Anderson, Louisiana-Lafayette; Shaquil Barrett, Colorado State; Lamin Barrow, LSU; Max Bullough, Michigan State; Myles Jack, UCLA; Caleb Lavey, Oklahoma State; Qushaun Lee, Arkansas State; Tyler Matakevich, Temple; James Morris, Iowa, Denzel Perryman, Miami; Terrance Plummer, UCF; Telvin Smith, Florida State; Unai' Unga, BYU; Kyle Van Noy, BYU; Ramik Wilson, Georgia
 
 
 
DB Tre Boston, North Carolina; Terrence Brooks, Florida State; Deone Bucannon, Washington State; Blake Countess, Michigan; Ahmad Dixon, Baylor; Kurtis Drummond, Michigan State; Ifo Ekpre-Olumu, Oregon; Kyle Fuller, Virginia Tech; E.J. Gaines, Missouri; BooBoo Gates, Bowling Green; Cody Prewitt, Ole Miss; Ed Reynolds, Stanford; D'Joun Smith, Florida Atlantic; Ty Zimmerman, Kansas State
 
 
 
K Jeff Budzien, Northwestern; Travis Coons, Washington; Jeremiah Detmer, Toledo; Nate Freese, Boston College; Michael Geiger, Michigan State; Michael Hunnicutt, Oklahoma; Marvin Kloss, USF; Shawn Moffitt, UCF; Marshall Morgan, Georgia
 
 
 
P Zac Murphy, Miami (Ohio); Pat O'Donnell, Miami; Austin Rehkow, Idaho; Spencer Roth, Baylor; Cody Webster, Purdue
 
 
 
R Nelson Agholor, USC; Chris Davis, Auburn; DeVon Edwards, Duke; J.D. McKissic, Arkansas State; Ryan Switzer, North Carolina; Carlos Wiggins, New Mexico
 
 
 
AP Marion Grice, Arizona State; Tommylee Lewis, Northern Illinois; Tyler Lockett, Kansas State; Trey Watts, Tulsa; Albert Wilson, Georgia State
 
 
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