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OT Jake Matthews, Texas A&M
Unlike Taylor Lewan, the other consensus preseason All-American at tackle, Matthews has not disappointed in the slightest. He's helped keep Johnny Football clean and the A&M offense rolling.
OG Gabe Jackson, Mississippi State
Jackson continues to earn rave reviews for his play, even if his contributions go largely unnoticed in a grander sense. He could be playing his way into the first round next April.
C Bryan Stork, Florida State
Stork has been a force up the middle for Florida State, which has had equal (and impressive) success both on the ground and through the air this year. Having a veteran, talented, confident center makes things much easier on freshman QB Jameis Winston.
OG Cyril Richardson, Baylor
Art Briles, Bryce Petty and the skill position guys get most of the credit for Baylor's offense. But their offensive line—led by Richardson—is an underrated unit that keeps one of America's best offenses running.
OT Jack Mewhort, Ohio State
Ohio State's offense didn't miss a beat with Kenny Guiton under center, and a lot of that had to do with how clean he stayed in the pocket. Mewhort is a big, nasty, classic Big Ten lineman and he's having a great season.
Second Team: OT Cameron Erving, Florida State
Second Team: OG David Yankey, Stanford
Second Team: C Hroniss Grasu, Oregon
Second Team: OG Spencer Long, Nebraska
Second Team: OT La'el Collins, LSU