CBSSports.com 2013 Midseason College Football All-America Team
The CBSSports.com midseason All-America Team is announced with the Pac-12 leading the way with nine players on the first team.
Below is the 2013 midseason college football All-America Team voted on by staff and writers from CBSSports.com.
The Pac-12 had the most players on first team with nine, while the SEC was second with six players.
Marcus Mariota leads the way at quarterback, while conference mates Bishop Sankey and Brandin Cooks are also on the first-team offense. Three players from the SEC made first-team defense, including Florida freshman Vernon Hargreaves.
Kyle Van Noy
|CBSSports.com Midseason All-America Team|
|WR||Mike Evans||6-5||225||Soph.||Texas A&M|
|WR||Brandin Cooks||5-10||181||Jr.||Oregon State|
|TE||Jace Amaro||6-5||257||Jr.||Texas Tech|
|OT||Jake Matthews||6-5||305||Sr.||Texas A&M|
|LB||Kyle Van Noy||6-3||235||Sr.||BYU|
|S||Derron Smith||5-11||194||Jr.||Fresno State|
Offense -- QB: Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M; RB: Andre Williams, Boston College; Lache Seastrunk, Baylor; WR: Odell Beckham, LSU; Allen Robinson, Penn State; Jared Abbrederis, Wisconsin; TE: Eric Ebron, North Carolina; OT: Rob Havenstein, Wisconsin; Taylor Lewan, Michigan; OG: Josue Matias, Florida State; Andrew Norwell, Ohio State; C: Hroniss Grasu, Oregon
Defense -- DE: Trent Murphy, Stanford; Lorenzo Mauldin, Louisville; DT: Will Sutton, Arizona State; Derrick Hopkins, Virginia Tech; LB: CJ Mosley, Alabama; Ryan Shazier, Ohio State; Chris Borland, Wisconsin; CB: Blake Countess, Michigan; Darqueze Dennard, Michigan State; S: Ed Reynolds, Stanford; Deone Bucannon, Washington State
Special Teams -- K: Andy Phillips, Utah; P: Zac Murphy, Miami (Ohio); KR: Autrey Golden, UTEP; PR: Jamison Crowder, Duke; All-Purpose: Antonio Andrews, Western Kentucky.
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