NFL Traded Draft Selections

NFL Traded Draft Selections

   March 3, 2020

 NFL 2020 Trade  Period Starts March 18, 2020 at 4 pm est

NFL Draft 2020

First Round
Oakland from Chicago (OLB Khalil Mack)
Miami from Houston (OT Laremy Tunsil)
Miami from Pittsburgh (DB Minkah Fitzpatrick)
Jacksonville from LA Rams (DB Jalen Ramsey)

Second Round
Chicago from Oakland (OLB Khalil Mack)
Seattle from Kansas City (DE Frank Clark)
Kansas City from San Francisco (DE Dee Ford)
Indianapolis from Washington (2019 draft trade)
Miami from New Orleans (2019 draft day trade)
Atlanta from New England (WR Mohamed Sanu)

Third Round
Oakland from Chicago (OLB Khalil Mack)
Denver from Pittsburgh (2019 draft day trade)
Houston from Seattle (DE Jadeveon Clowney)
Oakland from Houston (CB Gareon Conley)
Denver from San Francisco (WR Emmanuel Sanders)
Jets from Giants (DL Leonard Williams)
Cleveland – from Seattle thru Houston (RB Duke Johnson)

Fourth Round
Miami from Tennessee (QB Ryan Tannehill)
New England from Chicago (2019 draft day trade)
Houston from Miami (OT Laremy Tunsil)
Pittsburgh from Miami (DB Minkah Fitzpatrick)
Denver from San Francisco (WR Emmanuel Sanders)

Fifth Round
Chicago from Oakland (OLB Khalil Mack)
Jacksonville from LA Rams (DE Dante Fowler)
Arizona from Miami (QB Josh Rosen)
Arizona has forfeited a 5th round pick (SS Jalen Thompson/supp draft)
Baltimore from Minnesota (PK Kaare Vedvik)
Buffalo from Cleveland (OG Wyatt Teller)
Pittsburgh from Jacksonville (QB Josh Dobbs)
Miami from Pittsburgh (DB Minkah Fitzpatrick)
LA Rams from Baltimore (CB Marcus Peters)
San Francisco from Denver (WR Emmanuel Sanders)
Detroit from Seattle (DB Quandre Diggs)
Miami from Arizona (RB Kenyon Drake)

Sixth Round
Washington from Denver (DB Su’a Cravens)
Cleveland from Arizona (CB Jamal Taylor)
Denver from Washington (QB Case Keenum)
Miami from Dallas (DE Robert Quinn)
Jacksonville from Seattle (2019 draft day trade)
Chicago from Philadelphia (RB Jordan Howard – can escalate to a #5 pick on production)
NY Jets from Kansas City (LB Darron Lee)
Arizona from New England (OT Korey Cunningham)
Indianapolis from NY Jets (CB Nate Hairston)
Buffalo from Cleveland (OG Wyatt Teller)
Buffalo from New England (C Russell Bodine)
New England from Denver (CB Duke Dawson)
New England from Houston (CB Keion Crossen)
Miami from Pittsburgh (DB Minkah Fitzpatrick)
Green Bay from Oakland (WR Trevor Davis)

Seventh Round
Cleveland from Buffalo (WR Corey Coleman)
New England from Atlanta (S Jordan Richards)
Detroit from Carolina (OT Corey Robinson)
NY Giants from New Orleans (CB Eli Apple)
Green Bay from Baltimore (RB/WR Ty Montgomery)
Washington from Denver (QB Case Keenum)
Philadelphia from Tampa Bay (WR DeSean Jackson)
Baltimore from the NY Jets (OG Alex Lewis)
Green Bay from Tennessee (OLB Reggie Gilbert)
Denver from New England (CB Duke Dawson)
Minnesota from Miami (OG Danny Isidora)
Cleveland from Tennessee (WR Taywan Taylor)
Miami from Kansas City (S Jordan Lucas)
Pittsburgh from Miami (DB Minkah Fitzpatrick)
New England from Dallas (DL Michael Bennett)

2021 NFL Draft Conditional Pick
Bills get #7 pick from Carolina for OT Marshall Newhouse
Baltimore undisclosed pick from New England (OG Jermaine Eluemunor)
Indianapolis undisclosed conditional pick from Miami (OG Evan Brohm)
Miami undisclosed conditional pick from Indianapolis (OG Evan Brohm)
Cleveland and Green Bay exchange undisclosed picks (OG Justin McCray)
Miami undisclosed pick from Indianapolis (OG Even Brohm)
NY Giants and Green Bay could swap 7th round picks (ILB BJ Goodson/Giants get higher of their own or Baltimore’s pick)
Cleveland undisclosed pick from LA Rams (C/G Austin Corbett)


First round
Miami has a #1 from Houston (OT Laremy Tunsil)
Jacksonville has a #1 from LA Rams (DB Jalen Ramsey)

Second round
Miami has a #2 from Houston (OT Laremy Tunsil)

Fourth round
Jacksonville has a #4 from LA Rams (DB Jalen Ramsey)

Fifth round
Buffalo has a #5 from Oakland (WR Zay Jones)
Cleveland has a #5 from LA Rams (C/G Austin Corbett)

Sixth round
Pittsburgh has a #6 from Tampa Bay (OT Jerald Hawkins)
New England has a #6 from NY Jets (WR Demaryius Thomas)

Seventh round
Cleveland has a #7 from Buffalo (OG Wyatt Teller)
Buffalo has a conditional #7 from Carolina (OT Marshall Newhouse)
Kansas City has a conditional #7 from Minnesota (CB Mark Fields)
Tampa Bay has a #7 from Pittsburgh (OT Jerald Hawkins)
NY Jets have a #7 from Seattle (CB Parry Nickerson)

Seventh round
Detroit gets higher of Lions-Cleveland 7th round picks (QB David Blough)


‘Bama Holds #1 Ranking – Enters SEC Schedule

Draft Insiders and AP Top 25 Teams – Week Three

Bama Holds #1 Ranking – Enters SEC Schedule

Players of Week
Offense – QB Steven Montez – Colorado / Jonathan Taylor – Wisconsin
Defense – DE Clelin Ferrell – Clemson

 Team of the Week – Kentucky – win over Florida
Game of Week Three – LSU at Auburn

Top 25 Teams – Week Three
  Rank/ Team/ Record
1 Alabama –      2-0
2 Clemson –      2-0
3 Georgia –        2-0
4 Wisconsin –    2-0
5 Auburn –         2-0
6 Ohio St –        2-0
7 Oklahoma –    2-0
8 Stanford –       2-0
9 Notre Dame – 2-0
10 West Virginia –          2-0
11 LSU – 2-0
12 Washington –            1-1
13 Penn St –      2-0
14 TCU         –     2-0
15 Mississippi St – 2-0
16 Virginia Tech – 2-0
17 Miami                –   1-1
18 Michigan –    1-1
19 Oregon –      2-0
20 USC         –   1-1
21 UCF –           2-0
22 Oklahoma St –          2-0
23 Michigan St –            1-1
24 Boise St –     2-0
25 Arizona St – 2-0

AP Top 25 Preseason
Rank/ Team / Record / Points

1 Alabama (54)  2-0 –     1517
2 Clemson (6)    2-0 –     1430
3 Georgia          2-0 –     1407
4 Ohio State      2-0 –     1288
5 Oklahoma      2-0 –     1263
6 Wisconsin (1) 2-0 –     1227
7 Auburn           2-0 –     1224
8 Notre Dame    2-0 –     1022
9 Stanford        2-0 –     992
10 Washington  1-1 –     884
11 Penn State   2-0 –     836
12 LSU 2-0 –     830
13 Virginia Tech            2-0 –     794
14 West Virginia            2-0 –     793
15 TCU 2-0 –     678        1
16 Mississippi State      2-0 –     654
17 Boise State  2-0 –     500
18 UCF 2-0 –     494
19 Michigan      1-1 –     385
20 Oregon        2-0 –     301
21 Miami           1-1 –     299
22 USC 1-1 –     250
23 Arizona State            2-0 –     139
24 Oklahoma State        2-0 –     119
25 Michigan State         1-1 –     104

Dropped from rankings: South Carolina 24, Florida 25

Others receiving votes: Utah 92, Texas A&M 90, Boston College 45, Houston 32, Maryland 30, Colorado 25, Iowa 23, Kentucky 19, Duke 10, NC State 9, Ole Miss 5, Hawai’i 5, Washington State 4, South Florida 3, South Carolina 2, Florida State 1

2018 Bronko Nagurski Trophy Preseason Watch List

2018 Bronko Nagurski Trophy Preseason Watch List

The Football Writers Association of America released its 2018 Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch List, selecting 97 defensive standouts from 61 schools in all 10 Division I FBS conferences on a roster that includes three returning players from last season’s FWAA All-America team.

Bronko Nagurski Trophy Ed Oliver, a junior tackle from the University of Houston and a Bronko Nagurski Trophy finalist a year ago, joins senior Clemson end Austin Bryant and junior end Sutton Smith of Northern Illinois as returning selections from the 2017 FWAA All-America first team.

Oliver, the 2017 Outland Trophy winner as the nation’s best interior lineman, is a two-time FWAA All-American after earning second-team mention in 2016. This year’s watch list for the nation’s top defensive player also includes LSU linebacker Devin White and Clemson end Clelin Ferrell, both second-team FWAA All-America selections a year ago, as well as Clemson tackle Christian Wilkins, a 2016 FWAA All-America first team member.

Frank Coyle is a longtime member of the FWAA and a voter for the Heisman Trophy, Outland Trophy,  Bronko Nagurski, Jim Thorpe, Fred Biletnikoff  and Eddie Robinson awards annually for 25 years.

Players may be added or removed from the watch list during the course of the season. As in previous years, the FWAA will announce a National Defensive Player of the Week each Tuesday this season. If not already on the watch list, each week’s honored player will be added at that time. The FWAA and the Charlotte Touchdown Club will announce five finalists for the 2018 Bronko Nagurski Trophy on Nov. 14.

The Bronko Nagurski Trophy winner will be chosen from those five finalists. The FWAA All-America Committee, after voting input from the association’s full membership, selects a 26-man All-America Team and eventually the Nagurski Trophy finalists. Committee members, by individual ballot, select the winner they regard as the best defensive player in college football.

This year’s watch list includes at least four players from each of the 10 FBS conferences. The SEC (16) leads the 97-member list with the Big Ten (15) right behind. The ACC (13) and Pac-12 (12) also have double-digit representation, followed by the Big 12 (9), American Athletic and Mountain West (7), Conference USA and Independents (5), and the Mid-American and Sun Belt (4).

The list includes 27 backs, 26 linebackers, 24 ends and 20 tackles.

Frank Coyle is a voter in Heisman Trophy, Outland Trophy, Bronko Nagurski, Jim Thorpe, Fred Biletnikoff and Eddie Robinson awards annually for 25 years.

2018 Bronko Nagurski Trophy Preseason Watch List (97)

LB Dakota Allen, Texas Tech
DB Tyler Horton, Boise State
DE Zach Allen, Boston College
LB Khaleke Hudson, Michigan
LB Azeez Al-Shaair, Florida Atlantic
DB Michael Jackson, Miami
DB Dravon Askew-Henry, West Virginia
DE Cece Jefferson, Florida
LB Joe Bachie, Michigan State
DE Jalen Jelks, Oregon
DE Ben Banogu, TCU
DB Jaquan Johnson, Miami
DT Terry Beckner Jr., Missouri
DT Dre’Mont Jones, Ohio State
DT Ryan Bee, Marshall
DE Corbin Kaufusi, BYU
DB Julian Blackmon, Utah
LB Jordan Kunaszyk, California
DE Nick Bosa, Ohio State
DT Dexter Lawrence, Clemson
DB Kris Boyd, Texas
DE Jonathan Ledbetter, Georgia
DT Derrick Brown, Auburn
DT Ira Lewis, Baylor
DB Blace Brown, Troy
DB Shelton Lewis, Florida Atlantic
DE Austin Bryant, Clemson
DT Ray Lima, Iowa State
LB Ben Burr-Kirven, Washington
LB David Long Jr., West Virginia
LB Devin Bush, Michigan
DB Julian Love, Notre Dame
DB T.J. Carter, Memphis
DB Chase Lucas, Arizona State
DB Justin Clifton, Arkansas State
DT David Moa, Boise State
LB Te’von Coney, Notre Dame
LB James Nachtigal, Army West Point
DT Marquise Copeland, Cincinnati
DE Anthony Nelson, Iowa
DE Maxx Crosby, Eastern Michigan
DT Ed Oliver, Houston
DE Marlon Davidson, Auburn
DB Amani Oruwariye, Penn State
DE Raekwon Davis, Alabama
LB Shaquille Quarterman, Miami
DB Lukas Denis, Boston College
DB Delvon Randall, Temple
DB D’Cota Dixon, Wisconsin
DB Taylor Rapp, Washington
LB Tyrel Dodson, Texas A&M
DE Christian Rector, USC
DE Landis Durham, Texas A&M
LB Malik Reed, Nevada
LB Troy Dye, Oregon
LB David Reese, Florida
LB Cooper Edmiston, Tulsa
DE Hunter Reese, Troy
DB Mike Edwards, Kentucky
DT Olive Sagapolu, Wisconsin
LB T.J. Edwards, Wisconsin
DT Jordon Scott, Oregon
DE Jaylon Ferguson, Louisiana Tech
DB Duke Shelley, Kansas State
DE Clelin Ferrell, Clemson
DT Jeffery Simmons, Mississippi State
LB Paddy Fisher, Northwestern
LB Cameron Smith, USC
DT Greg Gaines, Washington
DE Sutton Smith, NIU
DE Rashan Gary, Michigan
DE Montez Sweat, Mississippi State
DE Joe Gaziano, Northwestern
LB Jahlani Tavai, Hawaii
DT Youhanna Ghaifan, Wyoming
DB Marvell Tell III, USC
DB Kyle Gibson, UCF
DB Juan Thornhill, Virginia
DB Mark Gilbert, Duke
DT Jerry Tillery, Notre Dame
LB Ulysees Gilbert III, Akron
DT Ricky Walker, Virginia Tech
LB Joe Giles-Harris, Duke
LB Devin White, LSU
DE Carl Granderson, Wyoming
DT Christian Wilkins, Clemson
LB Terez Hall, Missouri
DB Greedy Williams, LSU
LB De’Jon Harris, Arkansas
DB Andrew Wingard, Wyoming
DB Tae Hayes, Appalachian State
DE Chase Winovich, Michigan
DB Lavert Hill, Michigan
DT Daniel Wise, Kansas
DT Trysten Hill, UCF
DE Oshane Ximines, Old Dominion
LB Khalil Hodge, Buffalo

By conference: SEC 16, Big Ten 15, ACC 13, Pac-12 12, Big 12 9, American Athletic 7, Mountain West 7, Conference USA 5, Independents 5, Mid-American 4, Sun Belt 4.

By position: Backs 27, Linebackers 26, Ends 24, Tackles 20.

Players may be added or removed from the list before or during the season

The annual Bronko Nagurski Trophy Banquet, presented by ACN, will be held on Dec. 3 at the Charlotte Convention Center. In addition to the 2018 Bronko Nagurski Trophy winner’s announcement, the banquet will also celebrate the recipient of the Bronko Nagurski Legends Award. Ohio State linebacker Tom Cousineau, a member of the FWAA’s 1977 All-America team and a College Football Hall of Famer, will be honored. Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh will be the keynote speaker at the banquet.

The FWAA has chosen a National Defensive Player of the Year since 1993. In 1995, the FWAA named the award in honor of the legendary two-way player from the University of Minnesota. Nagurski dominated college football, then became a star for professional football’s Chicago Bears in the 1930s. Bronislaw “Bronko” Nagurski is a charter member of both the College Football and Pro Football Halls of Fame.

The Bronko Nagurski Trophy is a member of the National College Football Awards Association (NCFAA), which encompasses the most prestigious awards in college football. Founded in 1997, the NCFAA and its 24 awards now boast over 800 recipients, dating to 1935. Visit ncfaa.org to learn more about the NCFAA.


Alabama and Clemson Impress in Opening Wins – Top 25 Teams

Draft Insiders and Associated Press  Top 25 Teams

Bama and Clemson Impress in Opening Wins

Players of the Week
Offense – QB Will Grier – West Virginia
Defense – DE Nick Bosa – Ohio St
Team of the Week – Auburn

Top 25 Teams – Week Two
Rank/ Team/ Record

1 Alabama –      1-0
2 Clemson –      1-0
3 Georgia –        1-0
4 Wisconsin –    1-0
5 Auburn –         1-0
6 Ohio St –        1-0
7 Oklahoma –    1-0
8 Michigan St –  1-0
9 Notre Dame  – 1-0
10 Washington –            0-1
11 Stanford –     1-0
12 West Virginia –          1-0
13 Michigan –    0-1
14 Penn St –      1-0
15 USC         –   1-0
16 Miami                –   0-1
17 TCU         –     1-0
18 Mississippi St – 1-0
19 Oregon –      1-0
20 Virginia Tech – 1-0
21 LSU – 1-0
22 UCF –           1-0
23 Boise St –     1-0
24 South Carolina – 1-0
25 Florida – 1-0

AP Top 25 Preseason

Rank/ Team / Record / Points

1 Alabama (48)  1-0        1511     —
2 Clemson (12)  1-0        1467     —
3 Georgia          1-0        1350     —
4 Ohio State      1-0        1262     1
5 Wisconsin (1) 1-0        1258     1
6 Oklahoma      1-0        1251     1
7 Auburn           1-0        1236     2
8 Notre Dame    1-0        1080     4
9 Washington    0-1        870       3
10 Stanford      1-0        865       3
11 LSU             1-0        801       14
12 Virginia Tech            1-0        777       8
13 Penn State   1-0        768       3
14 West Virginia            1-0        762       3
15 Michigan State         1-0        684       4
16 TCU 1-0        632       —
17 USC 1-0        628       2
18 Mississippi State      1-0        538       —
19 UCF 1-0        407       2
20 Boise State  1-0        391       2
21 Michigan      0-1        318       7
22 Miami           0-1        241       14
23 Oregon        1-0        217       1
24 South Carolina          1-0        125       NR
25 Florida         1-0        89         NR
Dropped from rankings: Florida State 19, Texas 23

Others receiving votes: Utah 71, Oklahoma State 62, Boston College 31, Texas A&M 29, Northwestern 28, Maryland 12, Ole Miss 11, NC State 9, Florida State 8, Houston 6, Memphis 6, Washington State 6, Iowa State 4, Hawai’i 3, BYU 3, Iowa 3, Kansas State 3, Fresno State 1, Arkansas State 1

2018 Outland Trophy Watch List

2018 Outland Trophy Watch List

The 2018 Outland Trophy presented by the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases will be one of college football’s most anticipated award races this season, as University of Houston junior defensive tackle Ed Oliver attempts to join former University of Nebraska center Dave Rimington (1981, 1982) as the only two-time winners of the award. Oliver is the only sophomore to have ever won the award.

The preseason 2018 Outland Trophy Watch List, featuring standout interior linemen on offense and defense from all 10 Division I Football Bowl Subdivision conferences and independents, will be announced tomorrow, July 24. The three finalists will be featured on ESPN’s The Home Depot College Football Awards and the winner will be announced in early December. The Outland Trophy Banquet follows in early January in Omaha, Nebraska.

“The FWAA is delighted to partner with NFID in this Outland Trophy sponsorship. NFID is an influential thought leader promoting important public health messages around disease prevention and treatment. Using one of college football’s oldest and most revered awards to help promote flu prevention is a winning play on any field as far as the FWAA is concerned,” said Richardson.

The Outland Trophy, now in its 73rd year, is the third-oldest major college football award. Created in 1946 when Dr. John Outland presented the FWAA with a financial contribution to initiate the award, the Outland Trophy has been given to the best interior lineman in college football ever since. Dr. Outland, an All-American at the University of Pennsylvania in the late 1890s, eventually took up practice in Kansas City, Missouri. An avid outdoorsman, Dr. Outland believed linemen did not get the credit they deserved and wanted an award to recognize them.

2017 Outland winner Ed Oliver of Houston returns in 2018  for his junior season

Frank Coyle is a voter in Heisman Trophy, Outland Trophy,  Bronko Nagurski, Jim Thorpe, Fred Biletnikoff  and Eddie Robinson awards annually for 25 years.

2018 Outland Trophy Watch List

OL Paul Adams, Missouri
OL Trey Adams, Washington
OL Hakeem Adeniji, Kansas
C Ryan Anderson, Wake Forest
OL Alex Bars, Notre Dame
OL Ryan Bates, Penn State
DT Terry Beckner, Missouri
DT Ryan Bee, Marshall
G David Beedle, Michigan State
OL Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin
C Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin
OL Lanard Bonner, Arkansas State
G Tyler Bowling, Tulsa
C Garrett Bradbury, N.C. State
OL Parker Braun, Georgia Tech
OL Ben Bredeson, Michigan
DT Derrick Brown, Auburn
C Jesse Burkett, Stanford
OL Yodny Cajuste, West Virginia
DT Marquise Copeland, Cincinnati
C Deontae Crumitie, Troy
OL Michael Deiter, Wisconsin
OL Tommy Doles, Northwestern
OL O’Shea Dugas, Louisiana Tech
C Alec Eberle, Florida State
OL David Edwards, Wisconsin
OL Bobby Evans, Oklahoma
C Justin Falcinelli, Clemson
C Lo Falemaka, Utah
OL Hjalte Froholdt, Arkansas
C Lamont Gaillard, Georgia
DT Greg Gaines, Washington
C Tyler Gauthier, Miami
DT Youhanna Ghaifan, Wyoming
C Jake Hanson, Oregon
OL Phil Haynes, Wake Forest
G Nate Herbig, Stanford
DT Trysten Hill, UCF
OT Mitch Hyatt, Clemson
OL Martez Ivey, Florida
C Jordan Johnson, UCF
DT Dre’Mont Jones, Ohio State
OL Michael Jordan, Ohio State
OL Luke Juriga, Western Michigan
C John Keenoy, Western Michigan
OL Marcus Keyes, Oklahoma State
C Sean Krepsz, Nevada
DT Dexter Lawrence, Clemson
G Jimmy Leatiota, Eastern Michigan
DT Ira Lewis, Baylor
DT Ray Lima, Iowa State
OL Chris Lindstrom, Boston College
OL Greg Little, Ole Miss
C Toa Lobendahn, USC
OL Joe Lowery, Ohio
OL Kaleb McGary, Washington
C Connor McGovern, Penn State
OL Patrick Mekari, California
C Chandler Miller, Tulsa
DT David Moa, Boise State
C Sam Mustipher, Notre Dame
C Will Noble, Houston
OT Marcus Norman, USF
DT Ed Oliver, Houston
C Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama
OL Ben Powers, Oklahoma
OL Isaiah Prince, Ohio State
OL Dalton Risner, Kansas State
NT Olive Sagapolu, Wisconsin
OL Dru Samia, Oklahoma
OT Max Scharping, NIU
DT Jordon Scott, Oregon
DT Jeffery Simmons, Mississippi State
OL Trey Smith, Tennessee
OL Trevon Tate, Memphis
OL Calvin Throckmorton, Oregon
DT Jerry Tillery, Notre Dame
OL Patrick Vahe, Texas
DT Ricky Walker, Virginia Tech
DT Christian Wilkins, Clemson
OL Jonah Williams, Alabama
DT Daniel Wise, Kansas


2018 Draft Insiders’ Preseason All-America Teams

2018 Draft Insiders’ Preseason All-America Teams
Frank Coyle/ Publisher – Head Scout

First Team

QB Will Grier – West Virginia, Senior
RB Bryce Love – Stanford, Senior
RB Jonathan Taylor – Wisconsin, Sophomore
WR A.J. Brown – Ole Miss, Junior
WR David Sills V – West Virginia, Senior
TE Noah Fant – Iowa, Junior
C Ross Pierschbacher – Alabama, Senior
OL David Edwards – Wisconsin, Redshirt junior
OL Jonah Williams – Alabama, Junior
OL Mitch Hyatt – Clemson, Senior
OL Trey Adams – Washington, Senior

DE Nick Bosa – Ohio State, Junior
DE Clelin Ferrell – Clemson, Junior
DT Ed Oliver – Houston, Junior
DT Christian Wilkins – Clemson, Senior
LB Devin White – LSU, Junior
LB Cameron Smith – USC, Senior
LB Devin Bush – Michigan, Junior
CB Greedy Williams – LSU, Sophomore
CB Byron Murphy – Washington, Sophomore
S Taylor Rapp – Washington, Junior
S D’Cota Dixon – Wisconsin, Senior

Special Teams
PK Matt Gay- Utah, Senior
P Mitch Wishnowsky – Utah, Senior
KR Tony Pollard – Memphis, Redshirt junior
PR KaVonte Turpin -TCU, Senior
All-Purpose – Deebo Samuel – South Carolina, Redshirt senior

Preseason All-America Second Team
QB Khalil Tate – Arizona, Junior
RB Rodney Anderson – Oklahoma, Junior
RB Damien Harris – Alabama, Senior
WR N’Keal Harry – Arizona State, Junior
WR Anthony Johnson – Buffalo, Redshirt senior
TE Albert Okwuegbunam – Missouri, Redshirt sophomore
C Toa Lobendahn – USC, Redshirt senior
OL Greg Little – Ole Miss, Junior
OL Dalton Risner – Kansas State, Redshirt senior
OL Beau Benzschawel – Wisconsin, Redshirt senior
OL Martez Ivey – Florida, Senior

DL Rashan Gary – Michigan, Junior
DL Dexter Lawrence – Clemson, Junior
DL Jeffery Simmons – Mississippi State, Junior
DL Raekwon Davis – Alabama, Junior
LB Porter Gustin – USC, Senior
LB T.J. Edwards – Wisconsin, Redshirt senior
LB Josh Allen – Kentucky, Senior
CB Deandre Baker – Georgia, Senior
B Iman Marshall – USC, Senior
S Lukas Denis – Boston College, Senior
S Jaquan Johnson – Miami, Senior

Special Teams
K Rodrigo Blankenship – Georgia, Redshirt junior
P Corey Fatony – Missouri, Senior
KR Deebo Samuel – South Carolina, Redshirt senior
PR Richaud Floyd – Missouri, Redshirt junior
AP Diontae Johnson – Toledo, Redshirt junior