Four Seminoles named to FOX Sports All-America team

Rashad Greene, who has led FSU in receptions each of his first three seasons, was named to the FOX Sports All-America team.

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Four Florida State players highlight the FOX Sports 2014 preseason All-America football team.

Wide receiver Rashad Greene, left tackle Cameron Erving, safety Jalen Ramsey and kicker Roberto Aguayo were picked to the 22-player team.

Greene caught 76 passes for 1,128 yards and nine touchdowns last season. He has led the Seminoles in receptions the last three seasons and is on FSU’s career top-10 list in receptions (171), receiving yards (2,465) and receiving touchdowns (22).

Erving won the ACC’s Jacobs Blocking Trophy in 2013, which is awarded to the league’s top offensive lineman. A defensive tackle until he moved to left tackle in the spring of 2012, Erving has become one of the nation’s top left tackles.

Ramsey started 14 games as a true freshman, making 49 tackles. He began the season as a corner and showed strong cover skills before moving back to safety.

Aguayo made 21 of 22 field-goal attempts and all 94 extra-point attempts as a freshman last season. He won the Lou Groza Award, which is presented to the nation’s top place-kicker.

Marcus Mariota of Oregon was named FOX Sports’ first-team quarterback over Florida State’s Jameis Winston.