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2009 College Football All-America Team

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C. J. Spiller was the only unanimous 2009 All-American who was selected at multiple positions.

An All-American team is an honorary sports team for a specific season composed of the best amateur players at each position—who in turn are given the honorific "All-America" and typically referred to as "All-American athletes", or simply "All-Americans". Although the honorees generally do not compete together as a unit, the term is used in American team sports to refer to players who are selected by members of the national media.

The College Football All-America Team is an honor given annually to the best American college football players at their respective positions. The original All-America team was the 1889 College Football All-America Team selected by Caspar Whitney and Walter Camp.[1][2][3] In 1950 the National Collegiate Athletic Bureau, which is the National Collegiate Athletic Association's (NCAA) service bureau, compiled the first list of All-Americans including first-team selections on teams created for a national audience that received national circulation with the intent of recognizing selections made from viewpoints that were nationwide.[4] Since 1952, College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) has bestowed Academic All-American recognition on male and female athletes in Divisions I, II, and III of the NCAA as well as National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics athletes, covering all NCAA championship sports.[5]

The 2009 College Football All-America Team is composed of the following College Football All-American first teams: Associated Press (AP), Football Writers Association of America (FWAA), American Football Coaches Association (AFCA), Walter Camp Football Foundation (WCFF), The Sporting News (TSN), Sports Illustrated (SI), Pro Football Weekly (PFW), ESPN, CBS Sports (CBS), College Football News (CFN), Rivals.com, and Scout.com.

Currently, NCAA compiles consensus all-America teams in the sports of Division I-FBS football and Division I men’s basketball using a point system computed from All-America teams named by coaches associations or media sources. The system consists of three points for first team, two points for second team and one point for third team. Honorable mention and fourth team or lower recognitions are not accorded any points. Football consensus teams are compiled by position and the player accumulating the most points at each position is recognized as a consensus first-team all-American. Currently, the NCAA recognizes All-Americans selected by the AP, AFCA, FWAA, TSN, and the WCFF to determine consensus All-Americans.[6]

Contents

  • Honorees' statistics 1
  • Honorees 2
  • Academic All-America 3
  • Notes 4

Honorees' statistics

For the 2009 NCAA Division I FBS football season, the following players were unanimous first-team selections on the twelve nationwide lists exhibited below: Eric Berry, Drew Butler, Joe Haden, Russell Okung, C. J. Spiller, Ndamukong Suh and Golden Tate. Of the unanimous selections, Spiller was the only player selected at multiple positions: running back by Pro Football Weekly and Kickoff returner by all other selection committees. In addition, Toby Gerhart, Jerry Hughes, Mark Ingram, Jr., Rolando McClain and Colt McCoy were unanimous first-team selections by the five NCAA-sanctioned selectors.

Mike Johnson, Mike Iupati and Earl Thomas were selected to the most (10 each) first team lists without being unanimously selected by all five of the NCAA-sanctioned first team lists. Danario Alexander was selected to the four lists without being chosen to any of the NCAA-sanctioned first team lists, while Kellen Moore and Brandon Graham were each selected to three unsanctioned first team lists. Colt McCoy has the distinction of being selected to the least number of lists (8) while being selected to all five sanctioned first teams.

Zane Beadles, who was a 2009 second team Academic All-America selection,[7][8] is the only player to make one of the 2009 College Football All-America Teams and the 2009 College Football Academic All-America Team. Tim Tebow, who was a 2007 and 2008 College Football All-America Team selection, was a first team 2009 College Football Academic All-America Team selection.

Honorees

Back B Center C Cornerback CB Defensive back DB
Defensive end DE Defensive lineman DL Defensive tackle DT End E
Fullback FB Guard G Halfback HB Placekicker PK
Kickoff returner KR Offensive tackle OT Offensive lineman OL Linebacker LB
Return specialist RS Punter P Punt returner PR Quarterback QB
Running back RB Safety S Tight end TE Wide receiver WR
Player Team Position AP[9] FWAA[10] AFCA[11] WCFF[12] TSN[13] SI[14] PFW[15] ESPN[16] CBS[17] CFN[18] Rivals[19] Scout[20] Total Official total Notes
McCoy, ColtColt McCoy Texas QB QB QB QB QB QB
QB
QB QB 8 5 Maxwell (2009),[21] Harley (2009),[22] Camp (2008 & 2009),[23] TSN POY (2008),[24] Griffin (2008),[25] O'Brien (2009),[26] Unitas (2009),[27] Manning (2009)[28]
Moore, KellenKellen Moore Boise State QB
QB
QB QB
3 0
Keenum, CaseCase Keenum Houston QB
QB
1 0 Baugh (2009)[29]
Gerhart, TobyToby Gerhart Stanford RB RB RB RB RB RB RB
RB RB RB RB RB 11 5 Griffin (2009),[25] Walker (2009),[30] Brown (2009)[31]
Ingram, Jr., MarkMark Ingram, Jr. Alabama RB RB RB RB RB RB RB
RB RB RB RB RB 11 5 Heisman (2009),[32] TSN POY (2009)[33]
Spiller, C. J.C. J. Spiller Clemson KR KR KR KR KR KR KR RB KR KR KR KR KR 12 5
Conner, JohnJohn Conner Kentucky FB
FB
1 0
Tate, GoldenGolden Tate Notre Dame WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR 12 5 Biletnikoff (2009)[34]
Shipley, JordanJordan Shipley Texas WR WR
WR WR
WR WR 5 3 Warfield (2009)[35]
Gilyard, MardyMardy Gilyard Cincinnati WR
WR
RS
2 1
Barnes, FreddieFreddie Barnes Bowling Green WR
WR
1 1
Alexander, DanarioDanario Alexander Missouri WR
WR
WR WR WR
4 0
Green, A. J.A. J. Green Georgia WR
WR
1 0
Pitta, DennisDennis Pitta BYU TE
TE TE
TE TE
4 2
Hernandez, AaronAaron Hernandez Florida TE TE
TE
TE
TE TE TE 6 2 Mackey (2009)[36]
Dickerson, DorinDorin Dickerson Pittsburgh TE
TE
TE
2 1
Okung, RussellRussell Okung Oklahoma State OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT 12 5
Williams, TrentTrent Williams Oklahoma OT OT
OT OT
OT
OT OT
OT 7 3
Beadles, ZaneZane Beadles Utah OT
OT
OT
2 1
Brown, CharlesCharles Brown Southern California OT
OT
OT
2 1
Bulaga, BryanBryan Bulaga Iowa OT
OT
1 1
Marinelli, ChrisChris Marinelli Stanford OT
OT
1 0
Johnson, MikeMike Johnson Alabama OG OG
OG OG OG OG
OG OG OG OG OG 10 4
Iupati, MikeMike Iupati Idaho OG OG OG OG OG
OG OG OG OG
OG OG 10 4
Hudson, RodneyRodney Hudson Florida State OG
OG
OG
2 1
Pouncey, MikeMike Pouncey Florida OG
OG
1 0
Pouncey, MaurkiceMaurkice Pouncey Florida C
C
C C
C C C C C C 9 3 Rimington (2009)[37]
Walton, J. D.J. D. Walton Baylor C C
1 1
Hall, ChrisChris Hall Texas C
C
1 1
Kirkpatrick, JakeJake Kirkpatrick TCU C
C
1 0
Hughes, JerryJerry Hughes TCU DE DE DE DE DE DE DE
DE DE DE DE
10 5 Lott (2009),[38] Hendricks (2009)[39]
Morgan, DerrickDerrick Morgan Georgia Tech DE DE
DE
DE
DE 4 2
Graham, BrandonBrandon Graham Michigan DE
DE
DE DE 3 0
Miller, VonVon Miller Texas A&M DE
DE DE
2 1
Pierre-Paul, JasonJason Pierre-Paul South Florida DE
DE
1 0
Suh, NdamukongNdamukong Suh Nebraska DT DT DT DT DT DT DT DT DT DT DT DT DT 12 5 AP POY (2009),[40] Willis (2009),[40] Nagurski (2009),[40] Bednarik (2009),[40] Lombardi (2009),[40] Outland (2009)[40]
Cody, TerrenceTerrence Cody Alabama DT DT DT
DT
DT DT
DT 6 3
McCoy, GeraldGerald McCoy Oklahoma DT
DT
DT DT
DT
DT DT
6 3
Price, BrianBrian Price UCLA DT
DT
DT
DT
3 1
Odrick, JaredJared Odrick Penn State DT
DT
DT
2 1
McClain, RolandoRolando McClain Alabama LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB
LB LB 11 5 Butkus (2009),[41] Lambert (2009)[42]
Jones, GregGreg Jones Michigan State LB LB LB LB
LB
LB LB LB LB LB 9 3
Spikes, BrandonBrandon Spikes Florida LB
LB LB
LB 3 2
Angerer, PatPat Angerer Iowa LB
LB
LB
LB LB
4 1
Norwood, EricEric Norwood South Carolina LB LB
LB
2 2
Kindle, SergioSergio Kindle Texas LB
LB
LB
2 1
Curran, RennieRennie Curran Georgia LB
LB
1 0
Washington, DarylDaryl Washington TCU LB
LB
1 0
Weatherspoon, SeanSean Weatherspoon Missouri LB
LB
1 0
Kuechly, LukeLuke Kuechly Boston College LB
LB
1 0
Haden, JoeJoe Haden Florida CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB 12 5
Arenas, JavierJavier Arenas Alabama CB CB
CB
CB
PR
PR
5 2
Cox, PerrishPerrish Cox Oklahoma State CB
CB
CB
2 1
Peterson, PatrickPatrick Peterson LSU CB
CB CB
2 0
Verner, AlterraunAlterraun Verner UCLA CB
CB
1 0
Berry, EricEric Berry Tennessee S S S S S S S S S S S S S 12 5 Tatum (2008 & 2009),[43] Thorpe (2009)[44]
Thomas, EarlEarl Thomas Texas S S S S S
S S S S
S S 10 4
Mays, TaylorTaylor Mays Southern California S
S
S
2 1
McDaniel, DeAndreDeAndre McDaniel Clemson S
S
1 1
Coleman, KurtKurt Coleman Ohio State S
S
1 1
Sash, TylerTyler Sash Iowa S
S
1 0
Moore, RahimRahim Moore UCLA S
S 1 0
Forbath, KaiKai Forbath UCLA PK
PK PK PK PK
PK PK
PK PK
8 4 Groza (2009)[45]
Tiffin, LeighLeigh Tiffin Alabama PK PK
PK
PK 3 1
Ressel, GrantGrant Ressel Missouri PK
PK
1 0
Butler, DrewDrew Butler Georgia P P P P P P P P P P P P P 12 5 Guy (2009)[46]
Brown, AntonioAntonio Brown Central Michigan PR
PR
1 1
Reid, GregGreg Reid Florida State RS
RS
1 0
Banks, BrandonBrandon Banks Kansas State RS
RS
1 0

Academic All-America

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Football player in uniform appears to be getting ready to throw a football
Tim Tebow and Tim Hiller were the first and second team Academic All-American quarterbacks

The following players were selected to the University Division Academic All-America first and second teams.[7][8]

Position Team Name School
QB First Tebow, TimTim Tebow Florida
RB First Anderson, AndreAndre Anderson Tulane
RB First Minett, KyleKyle Minett South Dakota State
WR First Markshausen, ZekeZeke Markshausen Northwestern
WR First White, BlairBlair White Michigan State
TE First Peek, ColinColin Peek Alabama
OL First Jackson, AndrewAndrew Jackson Fresno State
OL First McKenzie, JimJim McKenzie Syracuse
OL First Pitz, AndrewAndrew Pitz Penn State
OL First Ulatoski, AdamAdam Ulatoski Texas
OL First Wisniewski, StefenStefen Wisniewski Penn State
PK First Hellevang, BrandonBrandon Hellevang North Dakota
DL First Acho, SamSam Acho Texas
DL First Kragt, JacobJacob Kragt Eastern Washington
DL First Rundh, AdamAdam Rundh Valparaiso
DL First Wingeier, BrandonBrandon Wingeier Dayton
LB First Hull, JoshJosh Hull Penn State
LB First Mahoney, JoshJosh Mahoney Northern Iowa
LB First Nixon, MikeMike Nixon Arizona State
DB First Cain, JoshJosh Cain Jacksonville State
DB First Hadley, BeauBeau Hadley Weber State
DB First Johnson, ScottScott Johnson BYU
DB First Rocco, ChrisChris Rocco Liberty
P First Mesko, ZoltanZoltan Mesko Michigan
QB Second Hiller, TimTim Hiller Western Michigan
RB Second Ganious, ChrisChris Ganious South Dakota
RB Second Terry, JacquiseJacquise Terry Kent State
WR Second Ross, RockyRocky Ross UCF
WR Second Whalen, RyanRyan Whalen Stanford
TE Second Mastrud, JeronJeron Mastrud Kansas State
OL Second Askew, TaylorTaylor Askew Tennessee Tech
OL Second Beadles, ZaneZane Beadles Utah
OL Second Dowd, JohnJohn Dowd Navy
OL Second Enright, MitchMitch Enright SMU
OL Second Jasinowski, PaulPaul Jasinowski Brown
OL Second Jones, BarrettBarrett Jones Alabama
PK Second Demos, StefanStefan Demos Northwestern
DL Second Hunter, GrantGrant Hunter Butler
DL Second Kerrigan, RyanRyan Kerrigan Purdue
DL Second Millington, DanDan Millington Indiana State
DL Second Nolte, NickNick Nolte North Dakota
LB Second Bauman, MatthewMatthew Bauman BYU
LB Second Pawelek, JoeJoe Pawelek Baylor
LB Second Williams, ReedReed Williams West Virginia
DB Second Anello, MikeMike Anello Notre Dame
DB Second Kjerstad, ConradConrad Kjerstad South Dakota State
DB Second McElroy, MikeMike McElroy Southern Illinois
DB Second Nwachukwu, ChimaChima Nwachukwu Washington State
P Second Malone, RobertRobert Malone Fresno State

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