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List of Florida Gators football All-Americans

This list of Florida Gators football All-Americans includes those members of the Florida Gators football team who have received All-American honors from one or more selector organizations. The Florida Gators represent the University of Florida in the sport of American football, and they compete in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Eastern Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC).

Several selector organizations release annual lists of their All-America teams after each college football season, honoring the best players at each position. Selector organizations include football analysts, television networks, publications, media wire services, sports writers' associations, and coaches' associations. Traditionally, several of the selectors have recognized two or more tiers of All-Americans, referred to as the first team, second team, third team and honorable mentions.

The NCAA currently recognizes the All-America teams of five selector organizations to determine "consensus All-Americans" and "unanimous All-Americans" in college football.[1] The NCAA compiles consensus All-Americans using a point system based on the All-America teams from the five selector organizations.[2] The point system consists of three points for a first-team selection, two points for a second-team selection, and one point for a third-team selection; no points are awarded for honorable mention selections.[2] Since 1993, the NCAA-recognized selectors have included the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA), the Associated Press (AP), the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA), The Sporting News (SN), and the Walter Camp Football Foundation (WCFF), but the number of selectors used by the NCAA has varied over time, and has included different organizations in the past.[1] The players receiving the most points at each position are recognized as consensus All-Americans; in order for a player to receive unanimous All-American recognition, he must be a first-team selection by all of the NCAA-recognized selector organizations.[1][2]

Since the Florida Gators football team played its first season in 1906, eighty-nine Gators football players have received one or more selections as first-team All-Americans.[3] Included among these players are thirty-one consensus All-Americans, of which six were also unanimous All-Americans.[1] The first Florida player to be recognized as a first-team All-American was end Dale Van Sickel, a member of the great Gators eleven of 1928.[3][4] Florida's first consensus All-American was quarterback Steve Spurrier, who was the winner of the Heisman Trophy in 1966.[3][5]

KeyEdit

SelectionsEdit

Year Name Position Selectors Sources
1928 Clyde Crabtree HB AP-3, NEA-3, UP-3 [6][7][8]
1928 William McRae G UP-2 [8]
1928 Jimmy Steele T NEA-2, AP-HM [6][7]
1928 Dale Van Sickel End AP-1, NEA-1, CW-1, UP-HM [3][6][7][8][9]
1929 Dale Van Sickel End CP-2, AP-HM, UP-HM [10][11][12]
1930 Red Bethea HB CP-2, AP-HM [13][14]
1941 Forest K. Ferguson End CW-HM [15]
1952 Charlie LaPradd T AP-1 [3][16]
1953 Joe D'Agostino T UP-3, NEA-HM [3][17][18]
1956 John Barrow G FWAA-1 [3][19]
1958 Vel Heckman T FWAA-1, UPI-2, AP-3 [3][19][20][21]
1964 Larry Dupree HB AFCA-1 [3][22]
1964 Dennis Murphy T FN [3]
1965 Bruce Bennett Back UPI-1, NEA-2 [3][23][24]
1965 Charles Casey End AFCA-1, AP-1, NEA-2 [3][22][24][25][26]
1965 Larry Gagner OG FN, NBC, NEA-HM [3][24]
1965 Lynn Matthews DE NEA-1 [3][24]
1965 Steve Spurrier QB FWAA-1, AP-2, NEA-HM [3][19][24][26]
1966 Bill Carr C SN, Time, CP-2, NEA-HM [3][27][28]
1966 Steve Spurrier  QB AFCA-1, AP-1, CP-1, FWAA-1, NEA-1, UPI-1, FN, NBC, SN-1, Time, WCFF-1 [1][3][19][22][27][28][29][30][31]
1968 Guy Dennis OG UPI-1, WCFF-1 [3][31][32]
1968 Larry Smith RB FN, SN [3]
1969 Carlos Alvarez  End AFCA-1, NEA-1, UPI-1, FN, WCFF-1, AP-3 [1][3][22][31][33][34][35]
1969 Steve Tannen Back Time, SN, UPI-2, NEA-HM [3][33][34]
1970 Jack Youngblood DE FWAA-1, WCFF-1, CP, SN, Time, PFW, FN, AP-2 [3][19][31][36]
1971 John Reaves QB Time [3]
1974 Glenn Cameron LB AP-3 [3][37]
1974 Burton Lawless OG NEA [3][38]
1974 Ralph Ortega LB SN, Time [3]
1975 Jimmy DuBose RB AP-2 [3][39]
1975 Sammy Green  LB AP-1, FWAA-1, NEA [1][3][19][39]
1976 Wes Chandler WR FN, NEA-1, AP-3 [3][40][41]
1977 Wes Chandler WR UPI, NEA, SN, FN, AP-2 [3][42]
1980 Cris Collinsworth WR NEA, AP-2 [3][43]
1980 David Little  LB AP-1, FWAA-1, FN [1][3][19][43]
1981 David Galloway DE FWAA-1, AP-3 [3][19][44]
1982 Wilber Marshall  LB AP-1, FWAA-1 [1][3][19][45]
1983 Wilber Marshall  LB AFCA-1, AP-1, WCFF-1, UPI, FN, NEA [1][3][22][31][46]
1984 Lomas Brown  OT AFCA-1, AP-1, FWAA-1, WCFF-1, SN, NEA [1][3][19][22][31][47]
1984 Phil Bromley C AP-2 [3][47]
1984 Alonzo Johnson LB SN, AP-3 [3][47]
1984 Tim Newton DL AP-2 [3][47]
1985 Alonzo Johnson LB FN, SH, SN, AP-3 [3][48]
1985 Jeff Zimmerman OG WCFF-1, FN, SN, AP-3 [3][31][48]
1986 Adrian White S UPI-2, AP-HM [3]
1986 Jeff Zimmerman OG WCFF-1, SH, AP-HM [3][31][49]
1987 Clifford Charlton LB SN [3]
1987 Louis Oliver DB SN, AP-3 [3][50]
1987 Jarvis Williams DB WCFF-1 [3][31]
1988 Trace Armstrong DE SN [3]
1988 Louis Oliver  DB AFCA-1, AP-1, WCFF-1, SH [1][3][22][31]
1989 Emmitt Smith  RB AFCA-1, AP-1, FWAA-1, UPI-1, WCFF-1, FN, SH, SN [1][3][19][22][31]
1990 Kirk Kirkpatrick TE AP-2 [3][51]
1990 Huey Richardson DE AP-1, FN [3][51]
1990 Will White DB FWAA-1, AP-3 [3][19][51]
1991 Brad Culpepper  DL AFCA-1, AP-1, NEA, SH, SN, FN [1][3][22][52]
1991 Cal Dixon C AP-2 [3][52]
1991 Hesham Ismail OG AP-3 [3][52]
1991 Shane Matthews QB AP-3 [3][52]
1993 Judd Davis K UPI, AP-3 [3]
1993 William Gaines DL AP-3 [3]
1993 Errict Rhett RB FN [3]
1994 Kevin Carter  DL WCFF-1, FN, SN, SN, AP-2 [1][3][31]
1994 Jack Jackson  WR AFCA-1, AP-1, FWAA-1, UPI, FN, SH, SN [1][3][19][22]
1994 Ellis Johnson DL SH [3]
1994 Jason Odom OL AP-3 [3]
1995 Chris Doering WR AP-2 [3]
1995 Jason Odom  OL AFCA-1, AP-1, FWAA-1, UPI-1, WCFF-1, SN, FN [1][3][19][22][31]
1995 Danny Wuerffel QB FN, AP-2 [3]
1996 Reidel Anthony  WR AP-1, FWAA-1, SN [1][3][19]
1996 Ike Hilliard  WR AFCA-1, WCFF-1, FN, AP-3 [1][3][22][31]
1996 Jeff Mitchell C AP-3 [3]
1996 Danny Wuerffel  QB AFCA-1, AP-1, WCFF-1, SN, FN [1][3][22][31]
1997 Ed Chester DL AP-3 [3][53]
1997 Jacquez Green  WR AP-1, FWAA-1, WCFF-1 [1][3][19][31][53]
1997 Fred Taylor RB AP-3 [3][53]
1997 Fred Weary  DB AFCA-1, WCFF-1, SN, FN, AP-2 [1][3][22][31][53]
1998 Ed Chester DL AP-2 [3][54]
1998 Jevon Kearse DE WCFF-1, FN, AP-2 [3][31][54]
1998 Travis McGriff WR AP-3 [3][54]
1998 Mike Peterson DE SN, AP-2 [3][54]
1999 Alex Brown DE WCFF-1, FN, AP-2 [3][31]
1999 Jeff Chandler K AP-2 [3]
2000 Alex Brown DE WCFF-2 [3][31]
2000 Jabar Gaffney WR AP-3 [3]
2000 Lito Sheppard CB FWAA-1, CNNSI, AP-2 [3][19]
2000 Kenyatta Walker OT PFW, AP-2, WCFF-2 [3][31]
2000 Gerard Warren DT PFW [3]
2001 Alex Brown  DL WCFF-1, FWAA-1, AP-1, CNNSI [1][3][19][31]
2001 Andra Davis LB CNNSI, SN-2, AP-3 [3]
2001 Jabar Gaffney  WR AFCA-1, AP-1, FWAA-1, SN, WCFF-1, FN, CNNSI [1][3][19][22][31]
2001 Rex Grossman  QB AP-1, WCFF-1, CNNSI, FN [1][3][31]
2001 Mike Pearson  OL FWAA-1, AP-1, SN [1][3][19]
2001 Lito Sheppard DB AP-2 [3]
2003 Keiwan Ratliff  DB AP-1, FWAA-1, WCFF-1, SN, PFW, SI, ESPN, Rivals [1][3][19][31]
2003 Shannon Snell OG SN [3]
2003 Ben Troupe TE AP-2 [3]
2004 Channing Crowder LB ESPN [3]
2006 Jarvis Moss DE PFW [3]
2006 Reggie Nelson  DB AP-1, FWAA-1, WCFF-1, SN, SI, ESPN, CBS-1, CFN, Rivals, Scout [1][3][19][31]
2006 Brandon Siler LB AP-3 [3]
2006 Ryan Smith DB AP-2 [3]
2007 Percy Harvin WR SN [3]
2007 Tim Tebow  QB AP-1, FWAA-1, WCFF-1, SN, SI, ESPN, CBS-1, CFN, Rivals, Scout [1][3][19][31]
2008 Percy Harvin KR / All-purpose AFCA-1, Rivals, AP-2, WCFF-2 [3][22]
2008 Brandon James  KR / All-purpose FWAA-1, SN, CBS-1, Rivals [1][3][19]
2008 Brandon Spikes  LB AFCA-1, AP-1, FWAA-1, SN, WCFF-1, CBS-1, CFN, ESPN, Rivals, SI [1][3][19][22][31]
2008 Tim Tebow QB CFN, AP-3 [3]
2009 Joe Haden  DB AFCA-1, AP-1, FWAA-1, SN-1, WCFF-1, SI, PFW, ESPN-1, CBS-1, CFN, Rivals, Scout [1][3][19][22][31]
2009 Aaron Hernandez TE AP-1, SN-1, ESPN-1, CFN, Rivals, Scout [3]
2009 Maurkice Pouncey  C FWAA-1, SN-1, WCFF-1, PFW, ESPN-1, CBS-1, CFN, Rivals, Scout, AP-2 [1][3][19][31]
2009 Mike Pouncey OG PFW, AP-2 [3]
2009 Brandon Spikes  LB SN-1, WCFF-1, Scout, AP-2, CBS-2 [1][3][31]
2009 Tim Tebow QB AP-2, WCFF-2 [3]
2010 Ahmad Black S CBS-1, CFN, Rivals, AP-2, PFW-HM [3][55]
2010 Chas Henry  P AP-1, SN-1, WCFF-1, CBS-1, CFN, ESPN-1, Rivals, Scout, SI, PFW-HM [1][3][31][55]
2010 Mike Pouncey C PFW-1 [3]
2011 Caleb Sturgis K AP-2, CBS-2, PFW-HM [3][56]
2012 Kyle Christy P Scout-1, WCFF-2, AP-3, CBS-3, PFW-HM, SI-HM [3][31][57]
2012 Matt Elam DB AP-1, SN-1, CBS-1, Scout-1, SI-1, WCFF-2 [3][31][57]
2012 Sharrif Floyd DL SN-1, AP-3 [3][57]
2012 Caleb Sturgis K SN-1, CBS-2, AP-3, SI-HM [3][57]
2014 Vernon Hargreaves III DB ESPN-1, TSN-1, CBS-1 [3][57]
2015 Antonio Callaway KR / All-purpose CBS-1 [3][57]
2015 Jonathan Bullard DL CBS-1 [3][57]
2015 Vernon Hargreaves III  DB AP-1, WCFF-1, FWAA-1, TSN-1, AFCA-1, CBS-1 [3][57]
2015 Marcus Maye S USAT-1 [3][57]

See alsoEdit

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