Crimson Tide running back Najee Harris, tackle Alex Leatherwood and center Landon Dickerson are also first-team selections. No. 1 Alabama is the first team since 1980, when the AP All-America team began featuring two wide receivers and two running backs, to place a quarterback, running back and receiver on the first team.
Cornerback Patrick Surtain II gives the Crimson Tide six first-team selections, the most in the nation. No. 4 Notre Dame, Alabama's College Football Playoff opponent this weekend, has two first-team All-Americans in offensive guard Aaron Banks and linebacker Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah.
Florida's Kyle Trask was selected second-team quarterback, and fellow Heisman finalist Trevor Lawrence of Clemson was the third-team quarterback on the AP teams released Monday. Lawrence, the likely first pick in the next NFL draft, was an AP All-American for the first time in his career.
No. 2 Clemson, which will face No. 3 Ohio State in the CFP semifinal at the Sugar Bowl on Friday night, had only one other player selected to the All-America teams: Running back Travis Etienne made the first-team as an all-purpose player. The senior has been a second-team All-American at running back the past two seasons. Ohio State guard Wyatt Davis is the only player to repeat as a first-team All-American after making it in 2019. Davis is one of two Buckeyes on the first team, along with cornerback Shaun Wade.
The 2020 AP All-America team:
Quarterback -- Mac Jones, junior, Alabama
Center -- Landon Dickerson, senior, Alabama
Tight end -- Kyle Pitts, junior, Florida
All-purpose player -- Travis Etienne, senior, Clemson
Kicker -- Jose Borregales, senior, Miami
Punter -- Pressley Harvin III, senior, Georgia Tech
Quarterback -- Kyle Trask, senior, Florida
Center -- Tyler Linderbaum, sophomore, Iowa
Tight end -- Hunter Long, junior, Boston College
All-purpose player -- Kadarius Toney, senior, Florida
Kicker -- Cade York, sophomore, LSU
Punter -- Lou Hedley, junior, Miami
Quarterback -- Trevor Lawrence, junior, Clemson
Running backs -- Michael Carter, senior, North Carolina; Mohammed Ibrahim, junior, Minnesota
Center -- Creed Humphrey, junior, Oklahoma
Tight end -- Charlie Kolar, junior, Iowa State
All-purpose player -- Avery Williams, senior, Boise State
Kicker -- Jake Oldroyd, sophomore, BYU
Punter -- Jake Camarda, junior, Georgia