Midseason All-America team
Florida didn't have a single player named to the preseason All-SEC offense or defense in voting by the league's coaches.
But after the Gators won their first six games, they have three players on the ESPN.com midseason All-America team. Running back Mike Gillislee, safety Matt Elam and punter Kyle Christy represent the No. 2 Gators, who tied No. 1 Alabama for the most players named to the team.
Alabama, the defending BCS national champion, is represented by center Barrett Jones, guard Chance Warmack and cornerback Dee Milliner.
Of course, coaches of both schools hope their players play as well in the second half of the season as they did in the first.
Geno Smith, West Virginia
Kenjon Barner, Oregon
Mike Gillislee, Florida
Stedman Bailey, West Virginia
Marqise Lee, USC
Zach Ertz, Stanford
Tyler Johnstone, Oregon
Chance Warmack, Alabama
Barrett Jones, Alabama
Jonathan Cooper, North Carolina
Jack Mewhort, Ohio State
Bjoern Werner, Florida State
Star Lotulelei, Utah
Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina
Scott Crichton, Oregon State
Manti Te'o, Notre Dame
Jarvis Jones, Georgia
Arthur Brown, Kansas State
Johnthan Banks, Mississippi State
Dee Milliner, Alabama
Matt Elam, Florida
T.J. McDonald, USC
Kyle Christy, Florida
Brett Baer, Louisiana
Marcus Murphy, Missouri
Kain Colter, Northwestern
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