's 2013 College Football All-America Team's 2013 College Football All-America Team

Published Dec. 18, 2013 12:30 p.m. ET

There might not have been a singular player with a better season than Florida State quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston, but there were many who put on terrific performances in their own right. 

In College Station in September, who could forget Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel spinning and running around Alabama's defense and launching the ball down field where Mike Evans made remarkable grab after remarkable grab?

There was Boston College's Andre Williams cracking the 2,000-yard rushing barrier and Auburn's Tre Mason gashing SEC defenses on the ground and Ohio State's Carlos Hyde providing punch to Braxton Miller's finesse. 

And, still, did you spend enough time watching Ka'Deem Carey at Arizona? If not, head to YouTube. 


We had exceptional defensive ends in Missouri's Michael Sam and Texas' Jackson Jeffcoat, among others, wreaking havoc in pursuit. 


There was UCLA's Anthony Barr and Alabama's C.J. Mosley and Stanford's Trent Murphy morphing into dominant forces nearly every week at the linebacker position.

Yet there was another linebacker -- freshman Myles Jack in Westwood -- who had the nation mesmerized ... for his work as a running back.

Yes, it was an incredible season for college football fans.

To honor those players and others, seven FOX Sports analysts submitted individual picks for their 2013 All-America team, which you can find below. Enjoy. 

NOTE: For more, be sure to check out the All-America team gallery with an array of photos on some of this year's selections.

(Click here to check out the All-America photo gallery.)

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