If you could pick a starting 22 for a college football team, what would it look like? Would it be full of All-Americans and award winners? Or would it be filled with players who are, athletically, the best at their position?
Either way, picking a starting lineup and special teams is harder once you realize how many players won't make the cut. But that's what we tried to do here in Bleacher Report's Perfect College Football Starting Lineup for 2014.
If there's one thing that should be noted—and this cannot be stressed enough—style of offense or defense doesn't matter. There will be guys who play in a pro-style offense next to guys who play in read-option or air raid offenses. Defensive tackles who play in a 3-4 are still eligible to be selected for this list's 4-3 defense.
It's the dead of the offseason. It's all subjective and fun. There are no rules.
Which ones made the list? The selections are in the following slides.