Alabama saw three of its players named to the AP Midseason All-America Team which was released Tuesday afternoon.
Making the team was Crimson Tide quarterback Bryce Young, offensive tackle Evan Neal and outside linebacker Will Anderson. Both Neal and Anderson were named to the AP Preseason All-America First Team back in August as Young was not listed on either first or second teams.
Alabama was the most well-represented program as its three selected players were the most by any other team.
Below is the full AP Midseason All-America Team:
Quarterback — Bryce Young, sophomore, Alabama
Running backs — Kenneth Walker III, junior, Michigan State; Bijan Robinson, sophomore, Texas
Tackles — Evan Neal, junior, Alabama; Ikem Ekwonu, junior, North Carolina State
Guards — Eli Cox, sophomore, Kentucky; Zion Johnson, senior, Boston College
Center — Tyler Linderbaum, junior, Iowa
Tight end — Isaiah Likely, senior, Coastal Carolina
Wide receivers — Drake London, junior, Southern California; Jerreth Sterns, junior, Western Kentucky
Ends — Aidan Hutchinson, senior, Michigan; Cody Roscoe, senior, Syracuse
Tackles — Jordan Davis, senior, Georgia; Demarvin Leal, junior, Texas A&M
Linebackers — Will Anderson Jr., sophomore, Alabama; Devin Lloyd, junior, Utah; Nakobe Dean, junior, Georgia
Cornerbacks — Ahmad Gardner, junior, Cincinnati; Matt Hankins, senior, Iowa
Safeties — Kyle Hamilton, junior, Notre Dame; Jaquan Brisker, senior, Penn State
Kicker — Nick Sciba, senior, Wake Forest
Punter — Matt Araiza, junior, San Diego State
All-purpose player — Sean Tucker, freshman, Syracuse
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Patrick Dowd is a Reporter for Touchdown Alabama Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter, via Pat_Dowd77