We're officially less than two weeks away from college football season, so close to opening kickoff that we can count the days on two hands and one foot.
Which means, of course, that we have reached the point of the preseason where media All-America teams start rolling in. Bleacher Report's own won't come out until next week, but outlets such as USA Today and Sports Illustrated have already gotten in on the fun.
With only three of 22 position players returning from last year's Associated Press All-America first team—quarterback Jameis Winston, defensive end Vic Beasley and safety Cody Prewitt—there was plenty of room for new faces to move up the ranks. That holds doubly true since two of those three returning first-teamers from 2013 were not consensus first-teamers this preseason.
So let's take a thorough look at the early All-America releases, adding Phil Steele's roster from June to the two sources mentioned above.
What did and didn't make the most sense?