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1921 College Football All-America Team

The 1921 College Football All-America team consists of Aubrey Devine.


  • All-Americans of 1921 1
    • Ends 1.1
    • Tackles 1.2
    • Guards 1.3
    • Centers 1.4
    • Quarterbacks 1.5
    • Halfbacks 1.6
    • Fullbacks 1.7
    • Key 1.8
  • References 2

All-Americans of 1921


  • Harold Muller, California (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-1; WC-1; JV-3; MM-1; NB-1)
  • Eddie Anderson, Notre Dame (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-1; BE-2; WE-1; JV-2)
  • Fritz Crisler, Chicago (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-2; WC-3; LP-2; WE-1; MM-2)
  • Red Roberts, Centre (WC-1; FW-2 [g]; JV-3; MM-2)
  • Warren S. Parr, Navy (LP-1)
  • Paul G. Goebel, Michigan (LP-1)
  • Roger Kiley, Notre Dame (FW-2; WC-2; BE-1; JV-1; MM-1)
  • Charles Clark Macomber, Harvard (BE-1)
  • Sniveley, Princeton (NB-1)
  • Clarence Swanson, Nebraska (College Football Hall of Fame) (WC-2; BE-2)
  • Brodie Stephens, California (WC-3; JV-1)
  • Myers, Ohio State (NB-2)
  • Munns, Cornell (NB-2)
  • Stan McCollum, Penn State (LP-2)
  • Lester Belding, Iowa (FW-3; JV-2)
  • Owen Reynolds, Georgia (FW-3)


  • Dan McMillan, California (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-1; WC-3; WE-1; JV-1)
  • Iolas Huffman, Ohio State (FW-1; LP-1; BE-2; JV-2; NB-2)
  • Duke Slater, Iowa (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-2; WC-2; BE-1; WE-1; JV-1; MM-2)
  • Charles McGuire, Chicago (FW-2; WC-1; BE-2; JV-3; MM-1)
  • Russ Stein, Washington & Jefferson (WC-1)
  • Gullick, Syracuse (NB-1)
  • Buck Shaw, Notre Dame (College Football Hall of Fame) (LP-1)
  • Drumm, Princeton (LP-2)
  • Franklin Cappon, Michigan (NB-2)
  • Albert N. Into, Yale (WC-3; JV-3)
  • James Brader, Wisconsin (FW-3)
  • Century Milstead, Wabash (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-3)
  • Clyde W. King, Navy (JV-2)
  • Boyle, Univ. South. Calif. (MM-2)


  • Fiske Brown, Harvard (WC-1; LP-1; BE-1; JV-2)
  • Frank Schwab, Lafayette (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-1; WC-1; LP-2)
  • Stan Keck, Princeton (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-1; WC-2; LP-2; BE-1; MM-1 [t])
  • Dean Trott, Ohio State (WC-2; LP-1; JV-1)
  • Carney, Navy (BE-1; MM-2)
  • Ray Baer, Penn State (WE-1; MM-1)
  • Robert J. Dunne, Michigan (NB-1)
  • Joe Bedenk, Penn State (WC-2)
  • Redman, Chicago (LP-2; JV-2)
  • John Pucelik, Nebraska (WC-3; WE-1)
  • Hugh Whelchel, Georgia (WC-3)
  • Cruikshank, Yale (BE-2)
  • H. Anderson, Notre Dame (BE-2; JV-1)
  • Buck Shaw, Notre Dame (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-2)
  • Vogel, Illinois (NB-2)
  • Berquist, Nebraska (NB-2)
  • Carl Peterson, Nebraska (FW-3)
  • Lloyd Pixley, Ohio State (FW-3; NB-1)
  • Fritz Breidster, Army (JV-3)
  • Baker, Princeton (JV-3)
  • Hanson, Cornell (MM-1; NB-1 [t])


  • Herb Stein, Pittsburgh (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-1; WC-3; LP-2; BE-1; WE-1; JV-1; MM-1)
  • Ernie Vick, Michigan (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-3; WC-1; WE-3; MM-2)
  • Al Wittmer, Princeton (LP-1; BE-2; JV-2)
  • Wallace, Iowa State (NB-1)
  • Larsen, Army (FW-2; WC-2)
  • George Bunge, Wisconsin (JV-3; MM-2 [g])
  • Larson, Navy (NB-2)


  • Aubrey Devine, Iowa (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-1 [hb]; WC-1; LP-1; BE-1; WE-1; JV-1 [hb]; MM-1; NB-2)
  • Bo McMillin, Centre (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-1; WC-2; LP-1 [hb]; BE-2; JV-2; MM-1; NB-1)
  • Donold Lourie, Princeton (WC-3)
  • Milton Romney, Chicago (FW-2; LP-2)
  • Charles O'Hearn, Yale (FW-3)
  • Hoge Workman, Ohio State (JV-3)


  • Glenn Killinger, Penn State (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-1; WC-1; LP-1; BE-1; JV-1 [qb])
  • Mal Aldrich, Yale (FW-2; WC-1; LP-2; BE-1; WE-1; JV-1; MM-1; NB-1)
  • George Owen, Harvard (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-2 [fb]; WC-2; BE-1 [fb]; WE-1 [fb]; JV-1 [fb]; NB-2)
  • Tom Davies, Pittsburgh (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-2; WC-2; BE-2 [fb])
  • Walter E. French, Army (WC-3)
  • Steve Barchet, Navy (WC-3)
  • Crip Toomey, California (FW-3; BE-2; JV-2)
  • Paul Castner, Notre Dame (JV-2)
  • Al Elliott, Wisconsin (JV-3; NB-2)
  • Red Barron, Georgia Tech (JV-3)
  • Gordon Locke, Iowa (MM-1; NB-1 [fb])
  • Jim Robertson, Dartmouth (MM-2)
  • Roscoe W. Fitts, Harvard (MM-2)
  • James "Rabbit" Bradshaw, Nevada (MM-2)
  • Alvah "Rowdy" Elliott, Wisconsin (NB-2)



NCAA recognized selector for 1921

  • WC = Walter Camp[1]

Other selectors

  • FW = Football World, based on collected opinions of 267 coaches[2]
  • LP = Lawrence Perry
  • BE = Billy Evans
  • WE = Walter Eckersall
  • JV = Jack Veiock, International News Service Sports Editor[3]
  • MM = Malcolm McLean[4]
  • NB = Norman E. Brown of the Central Press[5]

Bold = Consensus All-American[6]

  • 1 – First-team selection
  • 2 – Second-team selection
  • 3 – Third-team selection


  1. ^ "Walter Camp's All-America Selections for 1921". The New York Times. December 21, 1921. Retrieved March 6, 2013. 
  2. ^ "All-American Football Team Is Selected By 267 Coaches: Both McMillin and Aubrey Devine Are Accorded". The Colorado Spring Gazette. 1921-12-22. 
  3. ^ "Players from Coast to Coast Put on All-American Team by Veiock". Tulsa Daily World. 1921-12-04. 
  4. ^ "All-America Addendum -- Part 2". College Football Historical Society Newsletter. November 2008. 
  5. ^ "Western Players Predominate On All American Team Picked By Normy Brown". Capital Times. 1921-11-28. 
  6. ^ "2014 NCAA Football Records: Consensus All-America Selections". National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). 2014. p. 5. Retrieved August 16, 2014. 
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