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Position group All-America team

Building the ultimate team with the best units in college football

Updated: November 18, 2013, 12:44 PM ET
By Mel Kiper and Todd McShay | ESPN Insider

Each week during the college football season, Mel Kiper and Todd McShay kick off the week by settling a debate, and then look at emerging NFL prospects and peek ahead to next week.

Put together a position-group All-America team.

Mel Kiper: I've been assigned offense, and you'll sense a trend.

Quarterback: Florida State

Jimbo Fisher has it pretty good. His No. 1 is a future No. 1 overall draft pick. And while he's currently out with a gimpy knee, Florida State's No. 2 quarterback, Jacob Coker, is a good prospect in his own right, and could end up as an early-round pick someday. Jameis Winston isn't just here because he's a prospect, either. The numbers clearly back up the hype, as he's currently completing 70.9 percent of his passes with an average of 293.8 yards per game, and 28 TD passes -- and remember, those are mainly first-half totals. A healthy Coker could start for almost any team in the country, just not the one he's on. Next up: Ohio State, Texas A&M, Oregon 

Running backs: Baylor

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