Preview 2017: CFN All-America Offense

Preview 2017: CFN All-America Offense

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Preview 2017: CFN All-America Offense

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Who are the biggest offensive stars coming into the college football season? Check out the CFN Preseason All-America Defensive Players


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CFN Preview 2017: All 130 Team Previews

CFN Preview 2017: Top Players 
QBs | RBs | WRs | TEs | OTs | OGs
CsDEs | DTs | LBs | CBs | Safs

CFN Top 50 Players of 2017

2017 CFN All-America Teams 
Defense | Special Teams

2017 CFN Preseason First Team All-American Offense

QB – Sam Darnold, Soph. USC

2016: 246-366 (67%), 3,086 yards, 31 TDs, 9 INTs, 250 rushing yards, two TDs

RB – Derrius Guice, Jr., LSU

2016: 1,387 yards (7.58 ypc), 15 TDs, nine catches for 106 yards and one TD

RB – Royce Freeman, Sr. Oregon

2016: 945 yards (5.63 ypc), nine TDs, 23 catches for 144 yards and one TD

WR – Courtland Sutton, Jr. SMU

2016: 76 catches for 1,246 yards (16.39 ypc), 10 TDs

WR – James Washington, Sr. Oklahoma State

2016: 71 catches for 1,380 yards (19.44 ypc), 10 TDs

TE – Mark Andrews, Jr. Oklahoma

2016: 31 catches for 489 yards (15.77 ypc), seven TDs

OT – Mike McGlinchey, Sr. Notre Dame

6-8, 312 pounds, three-year starter working at both tackle spots

OG – Tyrone Crowder, Sr. Clemson

6-2, 340-pounds, two-time All-ACC run blocker

C – Billy Price, Sr. Ohio State

6-3, 300-pounds, all-star guard moving to center

OG – Quenton Nelson, Sr. Notre Dame

6-5, 329-pounds, left guard who could’ve turned pro early

OT – Connor Williams, Jr. Texas

6-6, 320-pounds, All-Big 12 performer, starter at left tackle in his first two seasons

2017 CFN Preseason Second Team All-American Offense

QB – Lamar Jackson, Jr. Louisville

2016: 230-409 (56%), 3,543 yards, 30 TDs, nine INTs, 1,571 rushing yards, 21 TDs

RB – Saquon Barkley, Jr. Penn State

2016: 1,496 yards (5.5 ypc), 18 TDs, 28 catches for 402 yards, four TDs

RB – Kamryn Pettway, Jr. Auburn

2016: 1,224 yards (5.86 ypc), seven TDs, two catches for 14 yards

WR – Christian Kirk, Jr. Texas A&M

2016: 83 catches for 928 yards (11,18 ypc), nine TDs

WR – Dante Pettis, Sr. Washington

2016: 53 catches for 822 yards (15.51 ypc), 15 TDs

TE – Troy Fumagalli, Sr. Wisconsin

2016: 47 catches for 580 yards (12.34 ypc), two TDs

OT – Trey Adams, Jr. Washington

6-8, 320-pounds, First Team All-Pac-12 left tackle

OG – Beau Benzschawel, Jr. Wisconsin

6-6, 316-pounds, anchor at right guard who could move to tackle

C – Martinas Rankin, Sr. Mississippi State

6-5, 305-pounds, all-star tackle who’ll move to center – maybe

OG – Cody O’Connell, Sr. Washington State

6-8, 354-pounds, Outland Trophy Finalist and All-American

OT – Mitch Hyatt, Jr. Clemson

6-5, 285-pounds, two-time All-ACC blocker, Freshman All-American

2017 CFN Preseason Third Team All-American Offense

QB – Baker Mayfield, Sr. Oklahoma

2016: 254-358 (71%), 3,965 yards, 40 TD, 8 INT, 177 rushing yards, six TD

RB – Nick Chubb, Sr. Georgia

2016: 1,130 yards (5.04 ypc), eight TDs, five catches for 86 yards and one TD

RB – Bo Scarbrough, Jr. Alabama

2016: 812 yards (6.5 ypc), 11 TDs, four catches for 22 yards

WR – Antonio Callaway, Jr. Florida

2016: 54 catches for 721 yards (13.35 ypc), three TDs, five carries for 32 yards and one TD

WR – Calvin Ridley, Jr. Alabama

2016: 72 catches for 769 yards (10.69 ypc), seven TDs, five carries for 21 yards and one TD

TE – Jaylen Samuels, Sr. NC State

2016: 55 catches for 565 yards (10.27 ypc), seven TDs, 33 carries for 189 yards and six TDs

OT – Orlando Brown, Jr. Oklahoma

6-8, 360-pounds, two-year starter at left tackle

OG – Ross Pierschbacher, Jr. Alabama

6-4, 304-pounds, can play center or guard

C – Brian Allen, Sr. Michigan State

6-2, 305-pound all-star guard who’ll move to center

OG – Sean Welsh, Sr. Iowa

6-6, 295-pounds, versatile, can play anywhere, likely at guard

OT – Martez Ivey, Jr. Florida

6-5, 305-pounds, star guard moving to natural left tackle spot

2017 CFN All-America Teams 
Defense | Special Teams

CFN Preview 2017: All 130 Team Previews
CFN Top 50 Players of 2017

CFN Preview 2017: Top Players 
QBs | RBs | WRs | TEs | OTs | OGs
CsDEs | DTs | LBs | CBs | Safs

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