CollegeSportsReport.com Pre-season All-America Team
 
 

Aug. 2, 2005

Courtesy CollegeSportsReport.com

West Chicago, Illinois -- 103 players representing 71 teams have been named to the 2005 CollegeSportsReport.com Pre-season All-America team.  Southern California and Texas topped the teams by representing four positions each (Southern Cal with three players as Reggie Bush was named second team running back and fourth team punt return specialist). 

2005 CollegeSportsReport.com Pre-season All-America Offense

 

First Team Offense Second Team Offense
QB Matt Leinart, Southern California QB Vincent Young, Texas
RB Garrett Wolfe, Northern Illinois RB Reggie Bush, Southern California
RB Adrian Peterson, Oklahoma RB DeAngelo Williams, Memphis
C Greg Eslinger, Minnesota C Mike Degory, Florida
OL Daryn Colledge, Boise State OL D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Virginia
OL Max Jean-Gilles, Georgia OL Davin Joseph, Oklahoma
OL Andrew Whitworth, Louisiana State OL Travis Leffew, Louisville
OL Eric Winston, Miami-FL OL Marcus McNeil, Auburn
TE Marcedes Lewis, UCLA TE Jeff King, Virginia Tech
WR Derek Hagan, Arizona State WR Jovon Bouknight, Wyoming
WR Greg Lee, Pittsburgh WR Dwayne Jarrett, Southern California
Third Team Offense Fourth Team Offense
QB Kevin Kolb, Houston QB Bruce Gradkowski, Toledo
RB Mike Hart, Michigan RB Andre Hall, South Florida
RB Laurence Maroney, Minnesota RB DonTrell Moore, New Mexico
C Grayling Love, Arizona State C Kyle Young, Fresno State
OL Josh Beekman, Boston College OL Doug Free, Northern Illinois
OL Aaron Lips, Louisiana Tech OL Corey Hilliard, Oklahoma State
OL Dan Mozes, West Virginia OL Kyle Ralph, North Carolina
OL Zack Strief, Northwestern OL Jonathan Scott, Texas
TE Leonard Pope, Georgia TE Zach Miller, Arizona State
WR Nicherin Flowers, Nevada WR Mike Hass, Oregon State
WR Courtney Taylor, Auburn WR Greg Jennings, Western Michigan
 
2005 CollegeSportsReport.com Pre-season All-America Defense

 

First Team Defense Second Team Defense
DL Mathias Kiwanuka, Boston College DL Tamba Hali, Penn State
DL Jesse Mahelona, Tennessee DL Orien Harris, Miami-FL
DL Mario Williams, N.C. State DL Larry McSwain, UAB
DL Rodrique Wright, Texas DL Babatunde Oshinowo, Stanford
LB Ahmad Brooks, Virginia LB Chad Greenway, Iowa
LB Spencer Havner, UCLA LB Matt Muncy, Ohio
LB Tim McGarigle, Northwestern LB Lamarr Woodley, Michigan
DB Muhammad Abdullah, Kentucky DB Anthony Madison, Alabama
DB Charles Gordon, Kansas DB Bernard Pollard, Purdue
DB Laron Landry, Louisiana State DB Ko Simpson, South Carolina
DB Jimmy Williams, Virginia Tech DB John Talley, Duke
Third Team Defense Fourth Team Defense
DL Manase Hopoi, Washington DL Eric Henderson, Georgia Tech
DL Stanley McClover, Auburn DL Steve Fifita, Utah
DL Darryl Tapp, Virginia Tech DL Ryan Neill, Rutgers
DL James Wyche, Syracuse DL John Syptak, Rice
LB Will Derting, Washington State LB D'Qwell Jackson, Maryland
LB Abdul Hodge, Iowa LB Moses Osemwegie, Vanderbilt
LB A.J. Hawk, Ohio State LB Gerris Wilkinson, Georgia Tech
DB Mike Huff, Texas DB Antwann Allen, Iowa
DB Derrick Martin, Wyoming DB Antoine Cason, Arizona
DB Jason Simpson, Missouri DB Curtis Keyes, Marshall
DB Alan Zemaitis, Penn State DB Anwar Phillips, Penn State
 
2005 CollegeSportsReport.com Pre-season All-Division I-A Special Teams

 

First Team Specialists Second Team Specialists
PK Andrew Wellock, Eastern Michigan PK Mason Crosby, Colorado
P Brandon Fields, Michigan State P Joel Stelly, UL-Monroe
KR Ashlan Davis, Tulsa KR John Eubanks, Southern Miss
PR Devin Hester, Miami-FL PR Teddy Ginn, Ohio State
Third Team Specialists Fourth Team Specialists
PK Stephen Gostkowski, Memphis PK Todd Peagram, Texas A&M
P Daniel Sepulveda, Baylor K Steve Weatherford, Illinois
KR Kevin Robinson, Utah State KR Will Blackmon, Boston College
PR Ryne Robinson, Miami-OH PR Reggie Bush, Southern California

 

 


 
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