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Alshon Jeffery Named 2nd Team AP All-American

1:25 PM, Dec 14, 2010   |    comments
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Columbia, SC (WLTX) - USC Wide Receiver Alshon Jeffery has been named to the Second Team of the Associated Press 2010 All-America Team.

Jeffery, a sophomore, set the Gamecock school record for single-season receiving yards.

Oklahoma State's Justin Blackmon and Oklahoma's Ryan Broyles were the first-team selections at wide receiver.

The first-team offense was led by Auburn's Cam Newton.

Joining Jeffery on the second team at receiver was Alabama's Julio Jones.

One other Gamecock made the team: defensive back Stephon Gilmore was named to the third-team squad.

Here is the full roster of the AP's teams:

FIRST TEAM

OFFENSE

Quarterback-Cam Newton, junior, 6-foot-6, 250 pounds, Auburn.

Running backs-LaMichael James, sophomore, 5-9, 185, Oregon; Kendall Hunter, junior, 5-9, 200, Oklahoma State.

Tackles-Gabe Carimi, senior, 6-7, 327, Wisconsin; Nate Solder, senior, 6-9, 315, Colorado.

Guards-Rodney Hudson, senior, 6-2, 282, Florida State; John Moffitt, senior, 6-5, 323, Wisconsin.

Center-Chase Beeler, senior, 6-3, 285, Stanford.

Tight end-Michael Egnew, junior, 6-6, 235, Missouri.

Wide receivers-Justin Blackmon, sophomore, 6-1, 205, Oklahoma State; Ryan Broyles, junior, 5-11, 183, Oklahoma.

All-purpose player-Randall Cobb, junior, 5-11, 186, Kentucky.

Kicker-Alex Henery, senior, 6-2, 175, Nebraska.

DEFENSE

Ends-Da'Quan Bowers, junior, 6-4, 275, Clemson; Ryan Kerrigan, senior, 6-4, 263, Purdue.

Tackles-Nick Fairley, junior, 6-5, 298, Auburn; Stephen Paea, senior, 6-1, 311, Oregon State.

Linebackers-Luke Kuechly, sophomore, 6-3, 235, Boston College; Greg Jones, senior, 6-1, 240, Michigan State; Von Miller, senior, 6-3, 243, Texas A&M.

Cornerbacks-Patrick Peterson, junior, 6-1, 222, LSU; Prince Amukamara, senior, 6-1, 205, Nebraska.

Safeties-Tejay Johnson, senior, 6-1, 212, TCU; Quinton Carter, senior, 6-1, 200, Oklahoma.

Punter-Chas Henry, junior, 6-3, 222, Florida.

SECOND TEAM

OFFENSE

Quarterback-Andrew Luck, sophomore, Stanford.

Running backs-Jordan Todman, junior, Connecticut; Mikel Leshoure, junior, Illinois.

Tackles-Lee Ziemba, senior, Auburn; Derek Sherrod, senior, Mississippi State.

Guards-Stefen Wisniewski, senior, Penn State; Justin Boren, senior, Ohio State.

Center-Jake Kirkpatrick, senior, TCU.

Tight end-Lance Kendricks, senior, Wisconsin.

Wide receivers-Alshon Jeffrey, sophomore, South Carolina; Julio Jones, junior, Alabama.

All-purpose player-Damaris Johnson, junior, Tulsa.

Kicker-Dan Bailey, senior, Oklahoma State.

DEFENSE

Ends-J.J. Watt, junior, Wisconsin; Jeremy Beal, senior, Oklahoma.

Tackles-Drake Nevis, senior, LSU; Jared Crick, junior, Nebraska.

Linebackers-Tank Carder, junior, TCU; Justin Houston, junior, Georgia; Lavonte David, junior, Nebraska.

Cornerbacks-Jayron Hosley, sophomore, Virginia Tech; Cliff Harris, sophomore, Oregon.

Safeties-Mark Barron, junior, Alabama; Ahmad Black, senior, Florida.

Punter-Drew Butler, junior, Georgia.

THIRD TEAM

OFFENSE

Quarterback-Kellen Moore, junior, Boise State.

Running backs-Vai Taua, senior, Nevada; John Clay, junior, Wisconsin.

Tackles-Anthony Castonzo, senior, Boston College; Nate Potter, junior, Boise State.

Guards-Barrett Jones, sophomore, Alabama; Caleb, Schlauderaff, senior, Utah.

Center-Ryan Pugh, senior, Auburn.

Tight end-D.J. Williams, senior, Arkansas.

Wide receivers-Greg Salas, sophomore, Hawaii; Titus Young, senior, Boise State.

All-purpose player-Denard Robinson, sophomore, Michigan.

Kicker-Dannny Hrapmann, junior, Southern Mississippi.

DEFENSE

Ends-Adrian Clayborn, senior, Iowa; Sam Acho, senior, Texas.

Tackles-Billy Winn, junior, Boise State; Marcell Dareus, junior, Alabama.

Linebackers-Mason Foster, senior, Washington; Nate Irving, senior, North Carolina State; Akeem Ayers, junior, UCLA.

Cornerbacks-Reggie Rembert, senior, Air Force; Stephon Gilmore, freshman, South Carolina.

Safeties-Rahim Moore, junior, UCLA; Eric Hagg, senior, Nebraska.

Punter-Kyle Martens, junior, Rice.

 

 

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