Sr., Ohio State
Led sensational Buckeyes defense with 111 tackles.
Pancake specialist hasn't allowed sack in two years.
Sr., Ohio State
Big-hitter keyed OSU's Fiesta-clinching win over Michigan.
Allowed just one sack in 549 pass attempts.
Sr., Notre Dame
The Irish's MVP, leader had seven interceptions.
Cog of a veteran line that keyed Hawkeyes' resurgence.
Former walk-on led the country with 10 interceptions.
Dominating blocker the heart of SEC's top rushing attack.
Sr., Kansas State
Extraordinary athlete had five INTs, 14 break-ups.
Connected on 20 of 22 FGs, 3 from beyond 50.
Set NCAA record with six return touchdowns.
Led country with 48.3-yard average, 14 inside the 20.
Averaged 18 yards per return, scored three TDs.
Brad Banks, Iowa
Tully Banta-Cain, Cal
Chris Brown, Colorado
Colin Cole, Iowa
Maurice Clarett, Ohio State
Tommie Harris, Oklahoma
Reggie Williams, Washington
Jerome McDougle, Miami
Nate Burleson, Nevada
Bradie James, LSU
Kellen Winslow Jr., Miami
Gerald Hayes, Pittsburgh
Montrae Holland, Florida State
Lance Mitchell, Oklahoma
Derrick Roche, Washington St.
Lynaris Elpheage, Tulane
Mike Saffer, UCLA
Terrence Holt, N.C. State
Eric Steinbach, Iowa
Etric Pruitt, Southern Miss
Brett Williams, Florida State
Nathan Vasher, Texas
Mike Nugent, Ohio State
Charles Pauley, San Jose State
Andy Groom, Ohio State
Steve Suter, Maryland
QB: Ken Dorsey, Miami; Jason Gesser, Washington State; David Greene, Georgia; Brian Jones, Toledo; Kliff Kingsbury, Texas Tech; Byron Leftwich, Marshall; Cody Pickett, Washington; Matt Schaub, Virginia; Brad Smith, Missouri.
RB: Avon Cobourne, West Virginia; Brock Forsey, Boise State; Quentin Griffin, Oklahoma; Steven Jackson, Oregon State; Artose Pinner, Kentucky; Joffrey Reynolds, Houston; Fred Russell, Iowa; Darren Sproles, Kansas State; Michael Turner, Northern Illinois.
WR: Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh; Taylor Jacobs, Florida; Andre Johnson, Miami; Shaun McDonald, Arizona State; John Standeford, Purdue; J.R. Tolver, San Diego State; Bobby Wade, Arizona; Mike Williams, USC; Roy Williams, Texas.
TE: Bennie Joppru, Michigan; Mike Seidman, UCLA; L.J. Smith, Rutgers; Ben Utecht, Minnesota; Jason Witten, Tennessee.
OL: Derrick Dockery, Texas; Nat Dorsey, Georgia Tech; Jeff Faine, Notre Dame; Antonio Hall, Kentucky; Kwame Harris, Stanford; Al Johnson, Wisconsin; Brian Rimpf, East Carolina; Jon Stinchcomb, Georgia; Justin Smiley, Alabama.
DL: Nathaniel Adibi, Virginia Tech; Antwan Bynum, Missouri; Jason Babin, Western Michigan; Jarret Johnson, Alabama; Jimmy Kennedy, Penn State; Dan Klecko, Temple; Calvin Pace, Wake Forest; Cory Redding, Texas; Vince Wilfork, Miami;
LB: Boss Bailey, Georgia; Karlos Dansby, Auburn; Rod Davis, Southern Miss; Lawrence Flugence, Texas Tech; Derrick Johnson, Texas; LaMarcus McDonald, TCU; Terry Pierce, Kansas State; Clifton Smith, Syracuse; Courtney Watson, Notre Dame.
DB: Rod Babers, Texas; Brandon Everage, Oklahoma; Chris Gamble, Ohio State; Demetrius Hookfin, LSU; Marlin Jackson, Michigan; Ricky Manning, UCLA;; Marcus Trufant, Washington State; Troy Polamalu, USC; Maurice Sikes, Miami.
K: Billy Bennett, Georgia; Nick Browne, TCU; Nick Novak, Maryland; Dan Nystrom, Minnesota; Jared Siegel, Oregon.