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SCS.com CFB 2004 PRESEASON ALL-AMERICA TEAM
August 20, 2004

The 2004 College Football Preseason All-America teams were voted on by members of the SouthernCollegeSports.com staff.

FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICA
OFFENSE
QB Matt Leinart JR Southern Cal
RB Darren Sproles SR Kansas State
RB Cedric Benson SR Texas
WR Braylon Edwards SR Michigan
WR Mark Clayton SR Oklahoma
TE Heath Miller JR Virginia
OL Jammal Brown SR Oklahoma
OL David Baas SR Michigan
OL Ben Wilkerson SR LSU
OL Alex Barron SR Florida State
OL C.J. Brooks SR Maryland
DEFENSE
DL David Pollack SR Georgia
DL Marcus Spears SR LSU
DL Shaun Cody SR Southern Cal
DL Anttaj Hawthorne SR Wisconsin
LB Derrick Johnson SR Texas
LB Michael Boley SR Southern Miss
LB A.J. Hawk JR Ohio State
S Jamaal Brimmer SR UNLV
S Andre Maddox SR NC State
CB Antrel Rolle SR Miami
CB Corey Webster SR LSU
SPECIAL TEAMS
K Jonathan Nicholas SR Mississippi
P Dustin Colquitt SR Tennessee
RET Antonio Perkins SR Oklahoma

SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICA
OFFENSE
QB Jason White SR Oklahoma
RB Cadillac Williams SR Auburn
RB Anthony Davis SR Wisconsin
WR Geoff McArthur SR California
WR Fred Gibson SR Georgia
TE Matt Herian JR Nebraska
OL Eric Winston JR Miami
OL Greg Eslinger JR Minnesota
OL Wesley Britt SR Alabama
OL Vince Carter SR Oklahoma
OL Andrew Whitworth JR LSU
DEFENSE
DL Dan Cody SR Oklahoma
DL Matt Roth SR Iowa
DL Orien Harris JR Miami
DL Rodrique Wright JR Texas
LB Abdul Hodge JR Iowa
LB Kirk Morrison SR San Diego State
LB Odell Thurman JR Georgia
S Thomas Davis JR Georgia
S Josh Bullocks JR Nebraska
CB Marlin Jackson SR Michigan
CB Carlos Rogers SR Auburn
SPECIAL TEAMS
K Mike Nugent SR Ohio State
P Tom Malone JR Southern Cal
RET Steve Breaston SO Michigan

THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICA
OFFENSE
QB Brad Smith JR Missouri
RB Walter Reyes SR Syracuse
RB Patrick Cobbs SR North Texas
WR Chris Henry JR West Virginia
WR Craphonso Thorpe SR Florida State
TE Joel Dreessen SR Colorado State
OL Rob Petitti SR Pittsburgh
OL Sam Mayes SR Oklahoma State
OL Daniel Loper SR Texas Tech
OL Max Jean-Giles JR Georgia
OL Jonathan Scott JR Texas
DEFENSE
DL Mathias Kiwanuka JR Boston College
DL Mike Patterson SR Southern Cal
DL Dusty Dvoracek SR Oklahoma
DL Vincent Burns SR Kentucky
LB Channing Crowder SO Florida
LB Rian Wallace JR Temple
LB Matt Grootegoed SR Southern Cal
S James Butler SR Georgia Tech
S Donte Nicholson SR Oklahoma
CB Justin Miller JR Clemson
CB Darrent Williams SR Oklahoma State
SPECIAL TEAMS
K Connor Hughes JR Virginia
P Brandon Fields SO Michigan State
RET Reggie Bush SO Southern Cal

All-American Notes...

  • The SouthernCollegeSports.com Preseason All-America team has 75 total players from 40 different teams and ten different conferences. Only the MAC did not have a member on the squad.
  • Honorable Mention: Charlie Frye, QB (Akron) ... DeAngelo Williams, RB (Memphis) ... Marion Barber III, RB (Minnesota) ... Kay-Jay Harris, RB (West Virginia) ... Kerry Wright, WR (Middle Tennessee) ... J.R. Russell, WR (Louisville) ... Skyler Green, RET (LSU) ... Ryne Robinson, RET (Miami, OH) ... Darnell Bing, S (Southern Cal) ... Mark Walker, CB (TCU)
  • The Big XII led the way with 19 players on one of the three All-America teams. The SEC followed with 16 members, while the Big Ten claimed a dozen and the ACC eleven.
  • The top five overall vote-getters: (1) David Pollack, DL (Georgia) ... (2) [TIE] Marcus Spears, DL (LSU) ... (2) [TIE] Derrick Johnson, LB (Texas) ... (4) [TIE] Braylon Edwards, WR (Michigan) ... (4) [TIE] Jammal Brown, OL (Oklahoma)
  • Top five teams with multiple players: (1) Oklahoma - 8 ... (2) Southern Cal - 6 ... (3) Georgia - 5 ... (4) LSU - 4 ... (5) Michigan and Texas - 4
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