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Draft Insiders’ All-American Team 2009

Draft Insiders’ All-American Team

Photo - DT Nda Suh - Nebraska

Offensive Player of the Year – Toby Gerhart - Stanford
Defensive Player of the Year - Nda Suh - Nebraska
Special Teams Player of the Year - C.J. Spiller - Clemson

"The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra." - Jimmie Johnson

Pos/ Player/ Class/ School
Offense

QB: Colt McCoy – Sr. - Texas
RB: Toby Gerhart – Sr - Stanford
RB: Mark Ingram – Soph - Alabama
RB C.J. Spiller - Sr - Clemson
WR: Jordan Shipley – Sr - Texas
WR: Mardy Gilyard – Sr - Cincinnati
TE: Anthony McCoy – Sr - Southern Cal
OT: Russell Okung – Sr - Oklahoma St
OT: Bryan Bulaga – Jr - Iowa
OG: Mike Johnson – Sr - Alabama
OG: Mitch Petrus – Sr - Arkansas
OC: Thomas Austin – Sr - Clemson

Defense
DE Jerry Hughes – Sr - Texas Christian
DT Ndaumkong Suh – Sr - Nebraska
DT Terrence Cody - Sr. - Alabama
DE Eric Norwood – Sr - South Carolina
LB Rolando McClain – Jr - Alabama
LB Brandon Spikes – Sr - Florida
LB Greg Jones – Sr - Michigan St
LB Sean Weatherspoon - Sr. - Missouri
CB Javier Arenas – Sr - Alabama
CB Joe Haden - Jr. - Florida
Safety Eric Berry – Jr - Tennessee
Safety Darrell Stuckey – Sr - Kansas

Special Teams
KR C.J. Spiller - Sr - Clemson
PR Jordan Shipley - Sr. - Texas
K Leigh Tiffin - Sr. - Alabama
P Zoltan Mesko - Sr. - Michigan
ST: Chris Owusu – Stanford

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Semifinalists for the 73rd Maxwell Award

Semifinalists for Maxwell Award

Maxwell Football Club President Ron Jaworski announced the 2009 Semifinalists for the 73rd Maxwell Award for the Outstanding Defensive Player of the Year The respective list includes a field of 16 candidates for the Bednarik Award

Photo – Noel Devine - W. Virginia

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Semifinalists for the Maxwell Award
All Semifinalists are listed in alphabetical order with the player's school, position and class designated.

Best, Jahvid, University of California Berkley, RB, JR
Clausen, Jimmy, Notre Dame, QB, JR
Devine, Noel, West Virginia University, RB, JR
Gerhart, Toby, Stanford University, RB, SR
Ingram, Mark, University of Alabama, RB, SOPH
Keenum, Case, University of Houston, QB, JR
LeFevour, Dan, Central Michigan University, QB, SR
Lewis, Dion, University of Pittsburgh, RB, FR
Matthews, Ryan, Fresno State University, RB, JR
McCoy, Colt, University of Texas, QB, SR
Moore, Kellen, Boise State University, QB, SOPH
Ponder, Christian, Florida State University, QB, JR
Rodgers, Jacquizz, Oregon State University, RB, SOPH
Shipley, Jordan, University of Texas, WR, SR
Tate Golden, Notre Dame, WR, JR
Tebow, Tim, University of Florida, QB, SR

The Maxwell Football Club will announce the winner of the 73rd Maxwell Award and the 15th Chuck Bednarik Award will be announced as part of the Home Depot ESPNU College Football Awards Show on Dec. 10,
2009. The formal presentation of these awards will be made at the Maxwell Football Club's Awards Dinner, to be held on Friday, March 5, 2010 at the Harrah's Entertainment Complex in Atlantic City, N.J.

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Draft Insiders' Mid Season All-American Team

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Photo - DE Eric Norwood - South Carolina

2009 Mid Season All-American First Team

Pos/ Player/ Class/ School
Offense
QB Tim Tebow - Sr. - Florida
RB Noel Devine - Jr. - West Virginia
RB Mark Ingram - Jr - Alabama
RB C.J. Spiller - Sr - Clemson
WR Jordan Shipley - Sr - Texas
WR Golden Tate - Jr - Notre Dame
WR Mardy Gilyard - Sr - Cincinnati
TE Dennis Pitta - Sr. - BYU
OT Russell Okung - Sr. - Oklahoma St
OT Anthony Davis - Jr. - Rutgers
OG Mike Johnson - Sr. - Alabama
OG Jeff Byers - Sr. - USC
OC Maurkice Pouncey - Sr. - Florida

Defense
DE Eric Norwood - Sr. - South Carolina
DE Jerry Hughes - Sr. - TCU
DT Terrence Cody - Sr. - Alabama
DT Ndamukong Suh - Sr. - Nebraska
LB Brandon Spikes - Sr. - Florida
LB Sean Weatherspoon - Sr. - Missouri
LB Rolando McClain - Jr. - Alabama
LB Greg Jones - Jr - Michigan St
CB Joe Haden - Jr. - Florida
CB Perrish Cox - Sr. - Oklahoma St.
S Eric Berry - Jr - Tennessee
S Taylor Mays - Sr. - USC

Special Teams
K Leigh Tiffin - Sr. - Alabama
KR C.J. Spiller - Sr - Clemson
P Zoltan Mesko - Sr. - Michigan
PR Jordan Shipley - Sr. - Texas

2009 Walter Camp Player of the Year Watch List

2009 Walter Camp Player of the Year “Watch List”

DE George Selvie – South Florida

The Walter Camp Football Foundation has announced the names of thirty “players to watch” for its prestigious Player of the Year award, the nation’s fourth-oldest individual college football accolade.
“We are proud to continue the great work of Walter Camp and recognize the best college football players in the nation,” Foundation president Alphonse Paolillo, Jr. said. “This watch list is a great start to what is shaping up to be another exciting year of college football.”
Six players on the 2009 watch list, including the 2008 Walter Camp Player of the Year Colt McCoy (QB, Texas), were named to last year’s Walter Camp All-America First Team. The watch list will be narrowed to 10 semi-finalists in early November. The 2009 Walter Camp Player of the Year recipient, which is voted on by the 119 NCAA Bowl Subdivision head coaches and sports information directors, will be announced live on the ESPN SportsCenter on December 10. The winner will then receive his trophy at the annual national awards banquet on January 18, 2010 at Yale University in New Haven. Walter Camp, “The Father of American football,” first selected an All-America team in 1889. Camp – a former Yale University athlete and football coach – is also credited with developing play from scrimmage, set plays, the numerical assessment of goals and tries and the restriction of play to eleven men per side. The Walter Camp Football Foundation (www.waltercamp.org) – a New Haven-based all-volunteer group – was founded in 1967 to perpetuate the ideals of Camp and to continue the tradition of selecting annually an All-America team.

2009 Walter Camp Player of the Year “Watch List”
Jahvid Best, RB, Junior, California
Arrelious Benn, WR, Junior, Illinois
Eric Berry, DB, Junior, Tennessee - 2008 Camp 1st Team All-American
Sam Bradford, QB, Junior, Oklahoma - 2008 Camp 2nd Team All-American

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