Clemson LB Duo Named to Pre Season All American Team

The Walter Camp Football Foundation announced on Friday that Clemson linebackers Jeremiah Trotter Jr. and Barrett Carter have been selected to its 2023 Preseason All-America Team. Trotter earned selection on the first-team defense, while Carter garnered selection on the second team. More information from the Walter Camp Football Foundation is included below.

2023 Walter Camp Preseason FBS All-America Teams, presented by 777 Partners

2023 will mark the 134th edition of the nation’s oldest college football All-America team

The 2023 Walter Camp Preseason Football Bowl Subdivision All-America Teams are presented by 777 Partners,a Miami-based private investment firm that invests across several high growth business sectors with a strong focus on financial services. The firm invests across six different industries: insurance, consumer and commercial finance, litigation finance, direct lending, sports, media and entertainment, and aviation. These industries represent areas ofunbridled performance, each one supported by the other in one world-class shared services mode

A Little History

Walter Camp is the nation’s oldest college football All-America team. Walter Camp, “The Father of Americanfootball,” first selected an All-America team in 1889. Camp – a former Yale University athlete and football coach– is also credited with developing play from scrimmage, set plays, the numerical assessment of goals and tries and the restriction of play to eleven men per side.

The Walter Camp Football Foundation – a New Haven-based all-volunteer group – was founded in 1967 to perpetuate the ideals of Camp and to continue the tradition of selecting annually an All-America team.

Typically announced in early December, the Walter Camp All-America teams are selected by the FBS head coaches and sports information directors.

•  From 1889 to 1964, eleven players were selected.

•  In 1965, both offensive and defensive teams were picked.

•  In 1972, the first punter (Ray Guy, Southern Mississippi) was honored.

•  In 1975, the first placekicker (Chris Bahr, Penn State) was selected.

•  In 1998, the first-ever Second Team All-America team was recognized.

•  In 2001, the first kick returner (Herb Haygood, Michigan State) was picked.

Good to See You Again

Twelve players who earned 2022 Walter Camp All-America First and Second Team honors are on the 2023 preseason list, led by USC junior quarterback Caleb Williams. Williams, who was also selected as the 2022 WalterCamp Player of Year, was a First Team honoree last season. Three other 2022 First Team honorees – Ohio State WR Marvin Harrison, Jr.; Michigan RB Blake Corum; and Indiana KR Jaylin Lucas – are 2023 preseason First Team All-Americans.


Pos.Name, SchoolHgtWgt.ClassHometown
WRMarvin Harrison, Jr., Ohio State *6-42-5Jr.Philadelphia, PA
WRRome Odunze, Washington6-3211Jr.Las Vegas, NV
TEBrock Bowers, Georgia #6-4230Jr.Napa, CA
OLJoe Alt, Notre Dame #6-7317Jr.North Oaks, MN
OLOlu Fashanu, Penn State #6-6323Jr.Waldorf, MD
OLCooper Beebe, Kansas State6-4332Sr.Kansas City, MO
OLGraham Barton, Duke6-5311Sr.Brentwood, TN
CDrake Nugent, Michigan6-1300Gr.Lone Tree, CO
QBCaleb Williams, USC *6-1220Jr.Washington, D.C.
RBBlake Corum, Michigan *5-8210Sr.Marshall, VA
RBQuinshon Judkins, Ole Miss5-11210So.Pike Road, AL
PKJoshua Karty, Stanford6-2207Sr.Burlington, NC


Pos.Name, SchoolHgtWgt.ClassHometown
DLJared Verse, Florida State6-4248Jr.Dayton, OH
DLJer’Zhan Newton, Illinois #6-2295So.St. Petersburg, FL
DLDantay Corleone, Cincinnati6-2320So.Cincinnati, OH
DLBralen Trice, Washington6-4267Jr.Phoenix, AZ
LBTommy Eichenberg, Ohio State #6-2239Gr.Cleveland, OH
LBJeremiah Trotter, Jr., Clemson6-0230Jr.Hainesport, NJ
LBHarold Perkins, Jr., LSU6-1220So.New Orleans, LA
DBKool-Aid McKinstry, Alabama6-1195Jr.Birmingham, AL
DBKamren Kinchens, Miami5-11202Jr.Miami, FL
DBCalen Bullock, USC6-3190Jr.Pasadena, CA
DBKalen King, Penn State #5-11190Jr.Detroit, MI
PKai Kroeger, South Carolina #6-4220Sr.Lake Forest, IL
KRJaylin Lucas, Indiana *5-9185So.Houma, LA


Pos.Name, SchoolHgtWgt.ClassHometown
WREmeka Egbuka, Ohio State6-1205Jr.Steilacoom, WA
WRXavier Worthy, Texas6-1164Jr.Fresno, CA
TEBrevyn Spann-Ford, Minnesota6-7270Sr.St. Cloud, MN
OLZak Zinter, Michigan6-6315Sr.North Andover, MA
OLChristian Haynes, Connecticut6-3305Sr.Bowie, MD
OLBeaux Limmer, Arkansas6-5306Sr.Tyler, TX
OLJC Latham, Alabama6-6335Jr.Oak Creek, WI
CZach Frazier, West Virginia6-3306Jr.Fairmont, WV
QBDrake Maye, North Carolina6-4225So.Huntersville, NC
RBBraelon Allen, Wisconsin6-2236Jr.Fond Du Lac, WI
RBRaheim Sanders, Arkansas6-2237Jr.Rockledge, FL
PKJonah Dalmas, Boise State5-8172Sr.Meridian, ID


Pos.Name, SchoolHgtWgt.ClassHometown
DLMykel Williams, Georgia6-5265So.Columbus, GA
DLMekhi Wingo, LSU6-1295Jr.St. Louis, MO
DLChop Robinson, Penn State6-3253Jr.Gaithersburg, MD
DLLeonard Taylor, Miami6-3305Jr.Miami, FL
LBJason Henderson, Old Dominion6-1225Jr.Dingsman Ferry, PA
LBBarrett Carter, Clemson6-1225Jr.Suwanee, GA
LBJamon Dumas-Johnson, Georgia6-1245Jr.Hyattsville, MD
DBQuinyon Mitchell, Toledo #6-0200Jr.Williston, FL
DBBen Morrison, Notre Dame6-0179So.Phoenix, AZ
DBMalaki Starks, Georgia6-1205So.Jefferson, GA
DBCole Bishop, LSU6-2206Jr.Peachtree City, GA
PTory Taylor, Iowa6-4230Sr.Melbourne, Australia
KRLideatrick Griffin, Mississippi State #5-10185Sr.Philadelphia, PA

* – 2022 First Team Walter Camp All-America selection

# – 2022 Second Team Walter Camp All-America selection

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