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AP All-America Team, List

The 2015 Associated Press All-America team:

FIRST TEAM

Offense

Quarterback – Deshaun Watson, sophomore, Clemson.

Running backs – Derrick Henry, junior, Alabama; Leonard Fournette, sophomore, LSU.

Tackles – Taylor Decker, senior, Ohio State; Spencer Drango, senior, Baylor.

Guards – Joshua Garnett, senior, Stanford; Landon Turner, senior, North Carolina.

Center – Jack Allen, senior, Michigan State.

Receivers – Corey Coleman, junior, Baylor; Josh Doctson, senior, TCU.

Tight end – Hunter Henry, junior, Arkansas.

All-purpose player – Christian McCaffrey, sophomore, Stanford.

Kicker – Ka’imi Fairbairn, senior, UCLA.

Defense

Ends – Shaq Lawson, junior, Clemson; Carl Nassib, senior, Penn State.

Tackles – A’Shawn Robinson, junior, Alabama; Andrew Billings, junior, Baylor.

Linebackers – Reggie Ragland, senior, Alabama; Tyler Matakevich, senior, Temple; Jaylon Smith, junior, Notre Dame.

Cornerbacks – Desmond King, junior, Iowa; Vernon Hargreaves III, junior, Florida.

Safeties – Jeremy Cash, senior, Duke; Vonn Bell, junior, Ohio State.

Punter – Tom Hackett, senior, Utah.

SECOND TEAM

Offense

Quarterback – Baker Mayfield, junior, Oklahoma.

Running backs – Dalvin Cook, sophomore, Florida State; Ezekiel Elliott, junior, Ohio State.

Tackles – Jack Conklin, junior, Michigan State; Ronnie Stanley, senior, Notre Dame.

Guards – Sebastian Tretola, senior, Arkansas; Pat Elflein, junior, Ohio State.

Center – Ryan Kelly, senior, Alabama.

Receivers – Will Fuller, junior, Notre Dame; JuJu Smith-Schuster, sophomore, Southern California.

Tight end – Jake Butt, junior, Michigan.

All-purpose player – Morgan Burns, senior, Kansas State.

Kicker – Jake Elliott, junior, Memphis.

Defense

Ends – Joey Bosa, junior, Ohio State; DeForest Buckner, senior, Oregon.

Tackles – Robert Nkemdiche, junior, Mississippi; Sheldon Day, senior, Notre Dame.

Linebackers – Joe Schobert, senior, Wisconsin; Kentrell Brothers, senior, Missouri; Eric Striker, senior, Oklahoma.

Cornerbacks – Jourdan Lewis, junior, Michigan; Jalen Ramsey, junior, Florida State.

Safeties – Trae Elston, senior, Mississippi; Jayron Kearse, junior, Clemson.

Punter – Drew Kaser, senior, Texas A&M.

THIRD TEAM

Offense

Quarterback – Keenan Reynolds, senior, Navy.

Running backs – Royce Freeman, sophomore, Oregon; Larry Rose III, sophomore, New Mexico State.

Tackles – Jason Spriggs, senior, Indiana; Vadal Alexander, senior, LSU.

Guards – Dan Feeney, junior, Indiana; Joe Thuney, senior, North Carolina State.

Center – Austin Blythe, senior, Iowa.

Receivers – Laquon Treadwell, junior, Mississippi; Roger Lewis, sophomore, Bowling Green.

Tight end – Austin Hooper, junior, Stanford.

All-purpose player – Jakeem Grant, senior, Texas Tech.

Kicker – Aidan Schneider, sophomore, Oregon.

Defense

Ends – Shilique Calhoun, senior, Michigan State; Myles Garrett, sophomore, Texas A&M.

Tackles – Jonathan Bullard, senior, Florida; Kenny Clark, junior, UCLA.

Linebackers – Su’a Cravens, junior, Southern California; Blake Martinez, senior, Stanford; Anthony Walker, sophomore, Northwestern.

Cornerbacks – Mackensie Alexander, sophomore, Clemson; Shawun Lurry, sophomore, Northern Illinois.

Safeties – Eddie Jackson, junior, Alabama; Darian Thompson, senior, Boise State.

Punter – Hayden Hunt, junior, Colorado State.

All-America selection panel

Kirk Bohls, Austin (Texas) American-Statesman; Scott Hamilton, Winston-Salem (North Carolina) Journal; Jon Wilner, San Jose (California) Mercury News; Matt Charboneau, The Detroit News; Steve Layman, WTVF-TV Nashville, Tennessee; Dave Reardon, Honolulu Star-Advertiser; Bob Asmussen, Champaign (Illinois) News-Gazette; Tim Griffin, San Antonio Express-News; Brian Howell, Daily Camera (Boulder, Colorado); Sam Werner, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; Eric Hansen; The South Bend (Indiana) Tribune; Sam McKewon, Omaha (Nebraska) World-Herald; John Adams, Knoxville (Tennessee) News Sentinel; Garry Smits, The Florida Times-Union; Keith Sargeant; New Jersey Advance Media.

AP Sports Writer David Brandt in Jackson, Mississippi, contributed.

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