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1994 College Football All-America Team

The 1994 College Football All-America Team is composed of the following All-American Teams: Associated Press, United Press International, Football Writers Association of America, American Football Coaches Association, Walter Camp Foundation, Scripps-Howard, The Sporting News and Football News.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

The College Football All-America Team is an honor given annually to the best American college football players at their respective positions. The original usage of the term All-America seems to have been to such a list selected by football pioneer Walter Camp in the 1890s. The NCAA officially recognizes All-Americans selected by the AP, UPI, AFCA, FWAA, WCFF, TSN, and FN to determine Consensus All-Americans.

Offense

Quarterback

  • Kerry Collins, Penn St. (Associated Press, Walter Camp, FWAA-Writers, Scripps-Howard, Sporting News, Football News)
  • Eric Zeier, Georgia (AFCA-Coaches)

Running backs

  • Rashaan Salaam, Colorado (Associated Press, Walter Camp, FWAA-Writers, AFCA-Coaches, Scripps-Howard, Sporting News, Football News)
  • Ki-Jana Carter, Penn St. (Associated Press, Walter Camp, FWAA-Writers, AFCA-Coaches, Scripps-Howard, Sporting News, Football News)

Wide receivers

  • Jack Jackson, Florida (Associated Press, Walter Camp, FWAA-Writers, AFCA-Coaches Scripps-Howard, Sporting News, Football News)
  • Michael Westbrook, Colorado (Walter Camp, AFCA-Coaches, Sporting News)
  • Frank Sanders, Auburn (Associated Press, FWAA-Writers, Scripps-Howard)
  • Bobby Engram, Penn St. (Walter Camp)
  • Kevin Jordon, UCLA (Football News)

Tight end

  • Pete Mitchell, Boston College (Associated Press, Walter Camp, FWAA-Writers, Scripps-Howard, Sporting News)
  • Kyle Brady, Penn St. (AFCA-Coaches)
  • Jamie Asher, Louisville (Football News)

Guards/tackles

  • Zach Wiegert, Nebraska (Associated Press, Walter Camp, FWAA-Writers, AFCA-Coaches, Scripps-Howard, Sporting News, Football News)
  • Tony Boselli, USC (Associated Press, FWAA-Writers, AFCA-Coaches, Scripps-Howard, Sporting News, Football News)
  • Korey Stringer, Ohio St. (Associated Press, Walter Camp, AFCA-Coaches, Sporting News, Football News)
  • Blake Brockermeyer, Texas (FWAA-Writers, Sporting News)
  • Brenden Stai, Nebraska (Walter Camp, FWAA-Writers)
  • Jeff Hartings, Penn St. (Associated Press, Walter Camp)
  • Ruben Brown, Pittsburgh (AFCA-Coaches, Football News)
  • Tirrell Greene, Miami (Fl.) (Scripps-Howard)
  • Jeff Smith, Tennessee (Scripps-Howard)

Center

  • Cory Raymer, Wisconsin (Associated Press, Walter Camp, AFCA-Coaches, Sporting News, Football News)
  • Clay Shiver, Florida State (FWAA-Writers, Scripps-Howard)

Defense

Ends

  • Luther Elliss, Utah (Associated Press, Walter Camp, FWAA-Writers, AFCA-Coaches, Scripps-Howard, Sporting News)
  • Derrick Alexander, Florida St. (Associated Press, Walter Camp, FWAA-Writers)
  • Kevin Carter, Florida (Walter Camp, Sporting News, Football News)
  • Simeon Rice, Illinois (AFCA-Coaches, Football News)

Tackles

  • Warren Sapp, Miami (Fla.) (Associated Press, Walter Camp, FWAA-Writers, AFCA-Coaches, Scripps-Howard, Sporting News, Football News)
  • Tedy Bruschi, Arizona (Associated Press, Walter Camp, FWAA-Writers, AFCA-Coaches, Scripps-Howard, Sporting News)
  • Ellis Johnson, Florida (Scripps-Howard)
  • Dewayne Patterson, Washington State (Football News)

Linebackers

  • Dana Howard, Illinois (Associated Press, Walter Camp, FWAA-Writers, AFCA-Coaches, Scripps-Howard, Sporting News, Football News)
  • Derrick Brooks, Florida St. (Walter Camp, FWAA-Writers, AFCA-Coaches, Scripps-Howard, Sporting News)
  • Ed Stewart, Nebraska (Associated Press, Walter Camp, FWAA-Writers, AFCA-Coaches, Scripps-Howard)
  • Stephen Boyd, Boston College (Sporting News, Football News)
  • Antonio Armstrong, Texas A&M (Associated Press, Football News)
  • Zach Thomas, Texas Tech (AFCA-Coaches)
  • Ray Lewis, Miami (Fla.) (Football News)

Backs

  • Bobby Taylor, Notre Dame (Walter Camp, AFCA-Coaches, Scripps-Howard, Sporting News, Football News)
  • Clifton Abraham, Florida State (Associated Press, Walter Camp, AFCA-Coaches, Sporting News, Football News)
  • Chris Hudson, Colorado (Associated Press, Walter Camp, FWAA-Writers, Scripps-Howard)
  • Tony Bouie, Arizona (Walter Camp, AFCA-Coaches, Sporting News)
  • Brian Robinson, Auburn (Associated Press, Walter Camp, Football News)
  • Greg Myers, Colorado State (FWAA-Writers, Scripps-Howard, Sporting News)
  • Chris Shelling, Auburn (FWAA-Writers, Scripps-Howard)
  • Orlando Thomas, SW Louisiana (Football News)
  • Ty Law, Michigan, (Walter Camp)
  • C.J. Richardson, Miami (Fla.) (Associated Press)
  • Herman O'Berry, Oregon (FWAA-Writers)

Specialists

Placekicker

  • Steve McLaughlin, Arizona (FWAA-Writers, Scripps-Howard, Sporting News)
  • Brian Leaver, Bowling Green (Associated Press, Football News)
  • Michael Proctor, Alabama (AFCA-Coaches)
  • Remy Hamilton, Michigan (Walter Camp)

Punter

  • Todd Sauerbrun, West Virginia (Associated Press, Walter Camp, FWAA-Writers, AFCA-Coaches, Scripps-Howard, Sporting News, Football News)

All-purpose / kick returners

  • Leeland McElroy, Texas A&M (Walter Camp, FWAA-Writers, Scripps-Howard, Sporting News)
  • Brian Pruitt, Central Michigan (Associated Press-All-Purpose)

References

  1. ^ American Football Coaches Association
  2. ^ Associated Press
  3. ^ Football Writers Association of America
  4. ^ The Sporting News
  5. ^ Walter Camp Foundation
  6. ^ Football News
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