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YearPlayers
2014Quincy Enunwa, Nebraska
2013Jared Carpenter, Northwestern
2012Andre Debose, Florida
2011Chris Relf, Mississippi State; Denard Robinson, Michigan
2010E.J. Manuel, Florida State; Noel Devine, West Virginia
2009Joe Ganz, Nebraska; DaQuan Bowers, Clemson
2008Graham Harrell, Texas Tech; Chris Long, Virginia
2007Patrick White, West Virginia; Calvin Johnson, Georgia Tech
2006Cedric Humes, Virginia Tech; Hunter Cantwell, Louisville
2005Leon Washington, Florida State; Kay-Jay Harris, West Virginia
2004Scott McBrien, Maryland; Brian King, West Virginia
2003Philip Rivers, NC State; Cedric Hilliard, Notre Dame
2002Javon Walker, Florida State; Grant Noel, Virginia Tech
2001Michael Vick, Virginia Tech; Rob Gardner, Clemson
2000Nate Webster, Miami-Florida; Joe Hamilton, Georgia Tech
1999Joe Hamilton and Dez White, Georgia Tech; Autry Denson, Notre Dame
1998Chris Keldorf, North Carolina; Al Clark, Virginia Tech
1997Oscar Davenport, North Carolina; David Saunders, West Virginia
1996Donovan McNabb, Syracuse; Peter Ford, Clemson
1994James Stewart, Tennessee; Dwayne Thomas, Virginia Tech
1993Brian Burgdorf, Alabama; Corey Holliday, North Carolina
1992Errict Rhett, Florida; Reggie Lawrence, North Carolina State
1991Cale Gundy, Oklahoma; Tyrone Lewis, Virginia
1991Tyrone Ashley, Ole Miss; Michigan Offensive Line
1989Mike Fox, West Virginia; Levon Kirkland, Clemson
1989Andre Rison, Michigan State; Wayne Johnson, Georgia
1987Harold Green, South Carolina; Wendell Davis, LSU
1986Brad Muster, Stanford; Rodney Williams, Clemson
1985Thurman Thomas, Oklahoma State; Chip Ferguson, Florida State
1984Thurman Thomas, Oklahoma State; Mike Hold, South Carolina
1983Tony Lilly, Florida; Owen Gill, Iowa
1982Paul Woodside, West Virginia; Greg Allen, Florida State
1981Gary Anderson, Arkansas; Kelvin Bryant and Ethan Horton, North Carolina
1980George Rogers, South Carolina; Rick Trocano, Pittsburgh
1979John Wangler/Anthony Carter, Michigan; M.Kupec/A.Lawrence, No Carolina
1978Art Schlichter, Ohio State; Steve Fuller, Clemson
1977Jerry Butler, Clemson; Matt Cavanaugh, Pittsburgh
1976Jim Cefalo, Penn State; Al Hunter, Notre Dame
1975Sammy Green, Florida; Steve Atkins, Steve Atkins
1974Earl Campbell, Texas; Phil Gargis, Auburn
1973Haskell Stanback, Tennessee; Joe Barnes, Texas Tech
1972Mark Cooney, Colorado; Wade Whatley, Auburn
1971James Webster, North Carolina; Jimmy Poulos, Georgia
1971Archie Manning, Ole Miss; Pat Sullivan, Auburn
1969Curt Watson, Tennessee; Mike Kelley, Florida
1968Mike Hall, Alabama; Terry McMillan, Missouri
1967Tom Sherman, Penn State; Kim Hammond, Florida State
1966Floyd Little, Syracuse; Dewey Warren, Tennessee
1965Donny Anderson, Texas Tech; Lenny Snow, Georgia Tech
1965Carl McAdams, Oklahoma; Fred Biletnikoff and Steve Tensi, Florida State
1963David Sicks, Air Force; Ken Willard, North Carolina
1962Dave Robinson, Penn State; Tom Shannon, Florida
1961Joe Auer, Georgia Tech; Galen Hall, Penn State
1960Bobby Ply, Baylor; Larry Libertore, Florida
1960Maxie Baughan, Georgia Tech; Jim Mooty, Arkansas
1958Dave Hudson, Florida; Bobby Franklin, Ole Miss
1957John David Crow, Texas A&M; Bobby Gordon, Tennessee
1956Corny Salvaterra, Pittsburgh; Wade Mitchell, Georgia Tech
1955Joe Childress, Auburn; Don Orr, Vanderbilt
1954Billy Hooper, Baylor; Joe Childress, Auburn
1954Vince Dooley, Auburn; Bobby Cavazos, Texas Tech
1953Marv Matuszak, Tulsa; John Hall, Florida
1952Jim Dooley, Miami-Florida
1951Eddie Talboom, Wyoming
1950Bob Ward, Maryland
1949Bobby Gage, Clemson
1948Lu Gambino, Maryland
1947Joe Golding, Oklahoma
1946Nick Sacrinty, Wake Forest

As of January 1, 2014, at 03:50 PM ET

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