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  • 11:56 AM ET  08.27

With the college football season a mere three days away, that’s right -- three days away -- SI chose its annual All-America team. Here are the picks:

OFFENSE

QB: Brian Brohm, Sr., Louisville
RB: Darren McFadden, Jr., Arkansas
RB: Steve Slaton, Jr., West Virginia
WR: Adarius Bowman, Sr., Oklahoma State
WR: Mario Manningham, Jr., Michigan
TE: Travis Beckum, Soph., Wisconsin
C: Eric Wood, Jr., Louisville
OL: Sam Baker, Sr., USC
OL: Ryan Clady, Jr., Boise State
OL: Jake Long, Sr., Michigan
OL: Jeremy Perry, Jr., Oregon State

DEFENSE

DE: Calais Campbell, Jr., Miami
DT: Glenn Dorsey, Sr., LSU
DT: Eric Foster, Sr., Rutgers
DE: Bruce Davis, Sr., UCLA
LB: Vince Hall, Sr., Virginia Tech
LB: James Laurinaitis, Jr., Ohio State
LB: Keith Rivers, Sr., USC
CB: Antoine Cason, Sr., Arizona
S: Kenny Phillips, Jr., Miami
S: Marty Tadman, Sr., Boise State
CB: Aqib Talib, Jr., Kansas

SPECIAL TEAMS

K: Sam Swank, Jr., Wake Forest
KR: Marcus Thigpen, Jr., Indiana
P: Britton Colquitt, Jr., Tennessee
PR: DeSean Jackson, Jr., Cal

We agree with most of the choices on the list. We want to include Ray Rice, but we can’t put him in over McFadden or Slaton. The only change we’d make would be to replace Bowman with Vanderbilt junior receiver Earl Bennett, who caught 75 passes his first two seasons and should exceed that total once again. Other than that, we love this list. What do you think? Who did we overlook? Who are we overrating? Let’s hear your thoughts.

 

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