Baker Mayfield of Oklahoma and star running backs Bryce Love of Stanford and Saquon Barkley of Penn State lead the Associated Press midseason All-America team, along with two defensive backs from No. 1 Alabama.
The team released Tuesday was selected by 16 members of the AP Top 25 voting panel.
Mayfield leads the nation in passer efficiency rating (207.33) and completion percentage (72.7) for the ninth-ranked Sooners. He is joined on the first team by Oklahoma teammates Orlando Brown, Mayfield's left tackle, and linebacker Ogbonnia Okoronkwo.
Love leads the nation in rushing and is averaging 10.27 yards per carry for No. 22 Stanford. Barkley is second behind Love in yards from scrimmage at 174 yards per game for the second-ranked Nittany Lions.
Quarterback: Baker Mayfield, senior, Oklahoma.
Running backs: Bryce Love, junior, Stanford; Saquon Barkley, junior, Penn State.
Tackles: Orlando Brown, junior, Oklahoma; David Edwards, sophomore, Wisconsin.
Center: Billy Price, senior, Ohio State.
Tight end: Jaylen Samuels, senior, NC State.
All-purpose player: Dante Pettis, junior, Washington.
Kicker: Matt Gay, junior, Utah.
Cornerbacks: Jalen Davis, senior, Utah State; Levi Wallace, senior, Alabama.
Safeties: Minkah Fitzpatrick, junior, Alabama; DeShon Elliott, junior, Texas.
Punter: Johnny Townsend, senior, Florida.
Quarterback: Mason Rudolph, senior, Oklahoma State.
Center: Bradley Bozeman, senior, Alabama.
Tight end: Mark Andrews, junior, Oklahoma.
All-purpose player: Nyheim Hines, junior, NC State.
Kicker: Emilio Nadelman, senior, South Florida.
Punter: Michael Dickson, junior, Texas.