On Monday, the Associated Press unveiled their 2022 All-American team, which has numerous well-known athletes who have had outstanding seasons. Caleb Williams, a quarterback for USC and the 2022 Heisman Trophy winner, was chosen for the first team, while Max Duggan, a Heisman finalist, was chosen by TCU for the second squad. Hendon Hooker, the Tennessee quarterback, was selected for the third team following a stellar campaign that was cut short by an ACL tear.

Will Anderson Jr. of Alabama and Jalen Carter, a talented defensive tackle for Georgia, both played on the first team defense. USC had three members of the first team, followed by Georgia and Notre Dame, each with two. With seven picks across the three teams, the Big Ten leads the conference with the most representation, followed by the SEC (6), Big 12 (4), and ACC (3)

First team


QB: Caleb Williams, sophomore, USC

RB: Blake Corum, third year, Michigan

RB: Bijan Robinson, third year, Texas

OT: Peter Skoronski, third year, Northwestern

OT: Joe Alt, sophomore, Notre Dame

first floor: O’Cyrus Torrence, fourth grader, Florida

first floor: Andrew Vorhees, sixth grader, USC

C: John Michael Schmitz, sixth grader, Minnesota

TE: Michael Mayer, third year, Notre Dame

WR: Marvin Harrison Jr., second grader, Ohio State

WR: Jalin Hyatt, third year, Tennessee

WR: Xavier Hutchinson, third grader, State of Iowa

AP: Deuce Vaughn, sophomore, Kansas State

K: Christopher Dunn, fifth grader, NC State

Second team


QB: Max Duggan, fourth year, TCU

RB: Chase Brown, fifth grader, Illinois

RB: Mohamed Ibrahim, sixth grader, Minnesota

OT: Paris Johnson Jr., third year, Ohio State

OT: Dawand Jones, fourth grader, Ohio State

first floor: Cooper Beebe, fourth grader, state of Kansas

first floor: Steve Avila, fifth grader, TCU

C: Olusegun Oluwatimi, sixth grader, Michigan

TE: Brock Bowers, second team, Georgia

WR: Charlie Jones, sixth year, Purdue

WR: Rashee Rice, fourth year, SMU

WR: Josh Downs, third grader, North Carolina

AP: Zach Charbonnet, fourth year, UCLA

K: Jake Moody, fifth grader, Michigan