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All-American alumni in 2019 College Football Playoff

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Some of the country’s best high school prospects came through the All-American Bowl and have now found their way into the 2019 College Football Playoff. Take a look at the list of alumni that have the chance to play for a national championship this year from Notre Dame, Alabama, Clemson and Oklahoma.

Check out the 2019 All-American Bowl from the Alamodome in San Antonio on NBC and the NBC Sports app on January 5th at 1:00 P.M. ET. 

Oklahoma
NAME POS CLASS OF NOTES
Robert Barnes DB 2017
Levi Draper LB 2017
Neville Gallimore DT 2015 First ever Canadian USAAAB selection
Addison Gumbs LB 2017
Creed Humphrey OL 2017
Mark Jackson Jr. DL 2016
Caleb Kelly DB 2016
Tramonda Moore OL 2016
Ronnie Perkins DL 2018
T.J. Pledger RB 2018
Brendan Radley-Hiles DB 2018
Darrell Simpson OL 2018
Chanse Sylvie DB 2016
Ron Tatum DL 2018
Isaiah Thomas DL 2017
Michael Thompson DL 2018
Brey Walker OL 2018
Alabama
NAME POS CLASS OF NOTES
Jayln Armour-Davis DB 2018
Joseph Bulovas K 2017
Raekwon Davis DL 2016
Skyler Delong P 2018
Emil Ekiyor OL 2018
Thomas Fletcher LS 2017
Najee Harris RB 2017
Josh Jobe DB 2018
Jarez Parks LB 2017
Kendall Randolph OL 2017
Henry Ruggs WR 2017
Devonta Smith WR 2017
Patrick Surtain DB 2018
Tua Tagovailoa QB 2017
Jaylen Waddle WR 2018
Notre Dame
NAME POS CLASS OF NOTES
Jayson Ademilola DL 2018
Derrik Allen DB 2018
Asmar Bilal LB 2015
Daelin Hayes LB 2016
Nicco Fertitta S 2015
Alize Jones TE 2015
Tony Jones Jr. RB 2016
Phil Jurkovec QB 2018
Cole Kmet TE 2017
Tommy Kraemer OL 2016
Joshua Lugg OL 2017
Javon McKinley WR 2016
John Shannon LS 2016
Shayne Simon LB 2018
George Takacs TE 2018
Jerry Tillery OL 2015
Nic Weishar TE 2014
Clemson
NAME POS CLASS OF NOTES
Jackson Carman OL 2018
Tavien Feaster RB 2016
Mark Fields CB 2015 Father Mark Fields played in the NFL
Justin Foster DL 2017
Albert Huggins DL 2015
Mitch Hyatt OL 2015
Xavier Kelly DL 2016
Derion Kendrick WR 2018
Dexter Lawrence DL 2016
Trevor Lawrence QB 2018
Justin Mascoll DL 2018
Kyler McMichael DB 2018
Trayvon Mullen DB 2016
BT Potter K 2018
John Simpson DL 2016
Chad Smith LB 2015
Jordan Williams DL 2017
Xavier Thomas DL 2018

U.S. Army All-American alumni in 2018 College Football Playoff

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Some of the country’s best high school prospects came through the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and have now found their way into the 2018 College Football Playoff. Take a look at the list of alumni that have the chance to play for a national championship this year from Georgia, Alabama, Clemson and Oklahoma.

Check out the 2018 U.S. Army All-American Bowl from the Alamodome in San Antonio on NBC and the NBC Sports app on January 6th at 1:00 P.M. ET. 

Clemson

Hunter Johnson

Justin Foster

Jordan Williams

Trayvon Mullen

Mark Fields

Dorian O’ Daniel

Deon Cain

Tavion Feaster

Richard Yeargin III

John Simpson

Mitch Hyatt

Dexter Lawrence

Xavier Kelly

Chad Smith

Albert Huggins

Mitch Hyatt

 

Alabama

Devonta Smith

Henry Ruggs III

Tua Tagovaiola

Najee Harris

Thomas Fletcher

Joseph Bulovas

Dallas Warmack

Shaun Hamilton

Mekhi Brown

Kendall Randolph

Joshua Frazier

Raekwon Davis

 

Georgia

Jake Fromm

D’Andre Swift

Richard LeCounte III

D’ Andre Swift

Jeremiah Hollowman

Jacob Eason

Nick Chubb

Sony Michel

Nate McBride

Mecole Hardman

Julian Rochester

Tray Bishop

Malkom Parrish

D’Andre Walker

Isaac Nauta

Jaleel Laguins

Dyshon Sims

Netori Johnson

Ben Cleveland

Isaiah Wynn

Andrew Thomas

Marshall Long

Rodrigo Blankenship

 

Oklahoma

Levi Draper

Creed Humphry

Mark Andrews

Robert Barnes

Ricky DeBerry

Neville Gallimore

Addison Gumbs

Chanse Sylvie

Isaiah Thomas

Caleb Kelly

Notre Dame among heavy favorites in Week 2 college football odds

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The upside of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish losing a thriller in their opener against Texas is that they are returning home this week, where they have been covering spreads consistently. Notre Dame is listed as a 28-point favorite against the Nevada Wolf Pack with a total of 60.5 points at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com.

Notre Dame is 6-0 straight-up and 5-1 against the spread in its last six games at home, according to the OddsShark College Football Database. The Irish are 8-2 SU and 6-3-1 ATS in their last 10 September home games. The total went over in nine of those 10 games. Notre Dame is just 3-6-1 ATS in their last 10 outings as a favorite of at least 21 points. Nevada is 9-3 ATS in its last 12 games on the road.

The Tennessee Volunteers are 11-point favorites, with a 54.5 total, against the Virginia Tech Hokies at Bristol Motor Speedway. According to website PredictionMachine.com the Volunteers win this matchup SU 89.2% of the time at an average score of 35.8-20.8. The total has gone under for bettors in five of Tennessee’s last seven games after a win.

The No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide are 29-point home favorites against the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, with a 61.5-point total. Alabama is 13-0 SU over its last 13 games but only 2-5 ATS during its last seven home games. Western Kentucky is 5-0 ATS in its last five games after a win. The total has gone over in WKU’s last four road games.

The SEC has two conference matchups in Week 2. The Mississippi State Bulldogs are 6.5-point favorites against the South Carolina Gamecocks, with a total of 45. The Gamecocks are 7-0 SU and 6-1 ATS in their last seven games vs. MSU. Mississippi State is 5-0 SU in its last five games after a loss. The total has gone under in four of South Carolina’s last five games.

The Florida Gators are 16-point favorites against the Kentucky Wildcats with a total of 47.5. Florida is 7-2 SU and ATS in its last nine conference games, and is 13-6-1 ATS vs. Kentucky since 1995. The total has gone under in six of Florida’s last eight games.

The Pittsburgh Panthers are six-point favorites against the Penn State Nittany Lions, with a 48.5-point total. Pittsburgh is 8-1 SU in its last nine games in Week 2. Penn State is also in an 0-9 ATS slump over their last nine road games. The total has gone under in three of Pittsburgh’s last four games against the Big Ten.

The Louisville Cardinals are 14.5-point road favorites against the Syracuse Orange, with a 69.0 total. Louisville is 16-4 SU and 13-7 ATS in their last 20 September games, but that sample includes a 1-4 ATS trend in Week 2 games. Syracuse is 5-0 ATS in their last five home games. The total has gone over in five of Louisville’s last six games.