2016 Preseason Offensive All Americans QB Mark Sowell, Georgia Tech Sowell had an excellent 2015 season, as he threw for just under 2500 yards and ran for 625 yards. He combined for 38 TD. A disappointing finish to the season, makes me believe that Sowell will be doing everything he can to get the Yellow Jackets back to the title game. RB Andrew Garrison, Florida As a Freshman, Garrison rushed for 1501 yards and 19 TD. Also caught 28 passes for 400 yards. Garrison might not be the fastest or the strongest RB in the nation, but he comes to play in big games. He looks to avoid the sophomore slump and help the Gators repeat as National Champions. RB Dusty Thompson, Florida State Dusty Thompson racked up 1116 yards 15 TD as a Freshman last season for the Seminoles. Thompson was instrumental in the success for FSU last season, carrying them to a 13-1 record and #2 in the final polls. WR Albert Gray, LSU This might be the easiest choice for AA there is. Gray caught 60 balls for 1597 yards and 19 TD last season. Averages over 26 yards per completion and has world class speed that makes him a nightmare for the secondary. Look for Albert Gray to be at the top of the Heisman race at the end of the season as well. WR Brad Gilmore, Georgia In Georgia pass happy offense, Gilbert excelled catching 89 balls for 1311 yards and 12 TD. Gilbert looks to have another big season to help the Bulldogs keep pace in the tough SEC. TE Will Griffin, Tennessee Griffin hauled in 40 receptions for 662 yards and 4 TD. He was a big part of the Vols offense last, not only catching balls but blocking as well. 4 pancake blocks and 0 sacks allowed. LT Eric Joseph, Ohio State Eric Joseph had 15 pancake blocks and only 2 sacks allowed. Some say he is undersized to play LT, but he makes up for it with his quickness and strength. He will need to have another big season protecting QB Anthony Griffin's blind side. LG Deon King, Penn State So far through 2 season King hasn't allowed a sack yet. 10 pancake blocks last season, as he was able to blow people off the ball and help get that option offense to the second level. Look for continued success from the Nittany Lions run game this season. C Andy Watkins, Ohio State Andy Watkins leads the talented and experienced OL at tOSU. 9 pancakes 0 sacks allowed. This will be his 3 year starting at C and looks to be his best season yet. RG Charlie Malone, Michigan Another Big 10 OL named to the AA team. 18 pancakes and 2 sacks allowed last season, but will Coach Hood's departure from Ann Arbor bring a decline in production? RT Rick Upshaw, Alabama The 2014 Best OL had a drop in production in 2015, going from 49 pancakes to 17. Look for him to get back to 2014 form and have another big season for the Tide.