QB Johnny Manziel
Fr., Texas A&M
The Heisman winner notched 4,600 yards of total offense and accounted for 43 TDs.
RB Ka'Deem CArey
The FBS' leading rusher averaged 6.4 yards per carry for 1,757 yards and 20 touchdowns.
RB Kenjon Barner
His 321-yard night against USC and 198-yard effort in the Civil War headlined an 11-1 season.
WR Marqise Lee
The Biletnikoff winner had an FBS-best 112 receptions for 1,680 yards and 14 TDs.
WR Terrance Williams
The nation's leading receiver, Williams averaged 147 yards per game and 18.6 yards per catch.
TE Zach Ertz
Stanford's top target (66 catches, 837 yards) caught go-ahead TDs against USC and Oregon State.
T Luke Joeckel
Jr., Texas A&M
The Outland Trophy winner was a key blocker for Manziel in A&M's powerful offense.
G Jonathan Cooper
Sr., North Carolina
The four-year starter had nine games with 10 or more knockdowns and graded out at 90 percent.
C Barrett Jones
Playing his third position in four seasons, Jones again helped lift the Tide to the BCS title game.
G Chance Warmack
A masterful pulling guard, Warmack created many of Eddie Lacy's and T.J. Yeldon's big runs.
T Taylor Lewan
The Big Ten's Offensive Lineman of the Year will make his 28th straight start in the Outback Bowl.
DE Jadeveon Clowney
So., South Carolina
The Gamecocks' freakishly talented pass-rusher finished with 13 sacks.
DT Will Sutton
Jr., Arizona State
Despite a midseason knee injury, Sutton tied for fourth nationally with 20 tackles for loss.
DE Stephon Tuitt
So., Notre Dame
With 12 sacks and nine QB hurries, Tuitt helped fuel the nation's top scoring defense.
LB Jarvis Jones
The Bulldogs star notched 12.5 sacks, 22.5 tackles for loss and seven forced fumbles.
LB Kevin Minter
Minter collected 111 tackles, including a 20-tackle, two-sack game against Florida.
LB C.J. Mosley
The Tide's top tackler (99) made a key deflection to clinch the SEC title game win over Georgia.
LB Manti Te'o
Sr., Notre Dame
The decorated linebacker and Heisman runner-up tied for second nationally with seven INTs.
CB Jordan Poyer
Sr., Oregon State
A key leader in the Beavers' resurgent season, Poyer had seven INTs for 122 yards.
S Matt Elam
An instrumental figure in the Gators' defense, Elam had four picks and 10 tackles for loss.
S Phillip Thomas
Sr., Fresno State
The Thorpe Award finalist led the nation with eight INTs to go with four forced fumbles.
CB Jason Verrett
Another Thorpe finalist, the lockdown corner broke up 14 passes and intercepted six.
K Cairo Santos
The Groza Award winner was the first kicker since 1996 to be perfect on field goals (21-for-21).
P Ryan Allen
Sr., Louisiana Tech
The two-time Ray Guy Award winner led the nation by averaging 48.04 yards on 45 punts.
R Quincy McDuffie
New kickoff rules did not prevent the speedster from breaking three of his 17 kick returns for TDs.
AP Tavon Austin
Sr., West Virginia
Austin torched opponents as a receiver (1,259 yards), rusher (598 yards) and return man (two TDs).
QB Collin Klein, Sr., Kansas State
RB Montee Ball, Sr., Wisconsin
RB Johnathan Franklin, Sr., UCLA
WR Stedman Bailey, Sr., West Virginia
WR Quinton Patton, Sr., Louisiana Tech
TE Tyler Eifert, Sr., Notre Dame
OL Eric Fisher, Sr., Central Michigan
OL D.J. Fluker, Jr., Alabama
OL Jake Matthews, Jr., Texas A&M
OL Cyril Richardson, Jr., Baylor
OL Larry Warford, Sr., Kentucky
DE Sam Montgomery, Jr., LSU
DT Star Lotulelei, Sr., Utah
DE Bjoern Werner, Jr., Florida State
LB Anthony Barr, Jr., UCLA
LB Arthur Brown, Sr., Kansas State
LB Khaseem Greene, Sr., Rutgers
LB Damontre Moore, Jr., Texas A&M
CB Dee Milliner, Jr., Alabama
S Eric Reid, Jr., LSU
S Ed Reynolds, Jr., Stanford
CB Johnthan Banks, Sr., Mississippi State
K Dustin Hopkins, Sr., Florida State
P Riley Stephenson, Sr., BYU
R Marcus Murphy, So., Missouri
AP Antonio Andrews, Jr., Western Kentucky
QB Tajh Boyd, Clemson; Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville; Colby Cameron, Louisiana Tech; Derek Carr, Fresno State; David Fales, San Jose State; Nick Florence, Baylor; Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois; Marcus Mariota, Oregon; AJ McCarron, Alabama; Braxton Miller, Ohio State; Aaron Murray, Georgia; Geno Smith, West Virginia
RB Antonio Andrews, Western Kentucky; Giovani Bernard, North Carolina; Le'Veon Bell, Michigan State; Beau Blankenship, Ohio; David Fluellen, Toledo; Stefphon Jefferson, Nevada; Joseph Randle, Oklahoma State; Stepfan Taylor, Stanford
WR Davante Adams, Fresno State; Tavon Austin, West Virginia; Austin Franklin, New Mexico State; Cobi Hamilton, Arkansas; Cody Hoffman, BYU; DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson; Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt; Markus Wheaton, Oregon State
TE Brandon Ford, Clemson; Travis Kelce, Cincinnati; Colt Lyerla, Oregon; Jacob Pedersen, Wisconsin; Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington; Travis Tannahill, Kansas State; Ryan Otten, San Jose State
OL Dalton Freeman, Clemson; Hroniss Grasu, Oregon; Khaled Holmes, USC; Gabe Jackson, Mississippi State; Lane Taylor, Oklahoma State; Matt Stankiewitch, Penn State; Xavier Su'a-Filo, UCLA; Dallas Thomas, Tennessee; Rick Wagner, Wisconsin; Brian Winters, Kent State
DL Morgan Breslin, USC; Tank Carradine, Florida State; Scott Crichton, Oregon State; Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh; Devonte Fields, TCU; Travis Johnson, San Jose State; Chris Jones, Bowling Green; Dion Jordan, Oregon; Kawann Short, Purdue; John Simon, Ohio State; Quanterus Smith, Western Kentucky; Jesse Williams, Alabama; Trevardo Williams, Connecticut
LB Nick Clancy, Boston College; A.J. Johnson, Tennessee; A.J. Klein, Iowa State; Khalil Mack, Buffalo; Dan Molls, Toledo; Michael Mauti, Penn State; Trent Murphy, Stanford; Alec Ogletree, Georgia; Ryan Shazier, Ohio State; Phillip Steward, Houston; Chase Thomas, Stanford; Kyle Van Noy, BYU
DB Ross Cockrell, Duke; Aaron Colvin, Oklahoma; Will Davis, Utah State; Ifo Ekpre-Olumu, Oregon; Antone Exum, Virginia Tech; Robert Lester, Alabama; Nigel Malone, Kansas State; Zeke Motta, Notre Dame; T.J. McDonald, USC; Bradley Roby, Ohio State; Kenny Vacarro, Texas; Shawn Williams, Georgia; Ty Zimmerman, Kansas State
K Brett Baer, Louisiana-Lafayette; Jeff Budzien, Northwestern; Anthony Cantele, Kansas State; Nate Freese, Boston College; Cody Journell, Virginia Tech; Ross Martin, Duke; Steven Schott, Ball State; Quinn Sharp, Oklahoma State; Caleb Sturgis, Florida
P Kyle Christy, Florida; Alex Dunnachie, Hawaii; Josh Hubner, Arizona State; Pete Kontodiakos, Colorado State; Jeff Locke, UCLA; Darragh O'Neill, Colorado; Brad Wing, LSU
R Reggie Dunn, Utah; Mike Edwards, Hawaii; Rashad Greene, Florida State; Tyler Lockett, Kansas State; Ace Sanders, South Carolina
AP Dri Archer, Kent State; Giovani Bernard, North Carolina; Stefon Diggs, Maryland; Duke Johnson, Miami; Venric Mark, Northwestern; Bernard Reedy, Toledo; Kerwynn Williams, Utah State