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By williamsones
#45949 We're down to four teams for the 2019 college football national championship, as the College Football Playoff is set to begin later this month. But who were the best players this season?

Let's take a look as we unveil our annual ESPN All-America team. Nine of the players are in the playoff, with Ohio State and LSU leading the way with three selections each. There's not much suspense at quarterback, but what a thankless task to narrow it down at some of the other positions, namely picking just two running backs and three linebackers. Several of these players were on our preseason and midseason All-America teams, but this is the one that counts.

Offense

QB: Joe Burrow, LSU
What a whirlwind for Burrow, who has gone from transferring from Ohio State to being a solid player last season at LSU to being a runaway winner this season for the Heisman Trophy. His numbers are staggering. He passed for 4,715 yards and 48 touchdowns with only six interceptions while completing 77.9% of his passes. And, for the record, it's now Joe Burreaux on the Bayou.


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RB: Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State
The Canadian running back showed this season he's a lot more than just a track star playing football. The 6-foot-1, 207-pound redshirt sophomore was the FBS leader in rushing yards (1,936), rushing yards per game (161.3), 200-yard rushing games (four) and all-purpose yards per game (180.1). Hubbard led all FBS running backs with seven plays of 50 yards or longer from scrimmage and scored 21 touchdowns.


RB: Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin
Taylor solidified a historic career with his third consecutive 1,900-yard rushing season while scoring a career-high 21 touchdowns on the ground. Taylor became just the seventh player in NCAA history to eclipse 6,000 career rushing yards, and he continued to build on his FBS record for most rushing yards through the first three seasons in college.

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WR: Ja'Marr Chase, LSU
LSU's remarkable transformation on offense wasn't all just about Burrow, who spread the ball around to a talented crop of receivers. Chase, a 6-1, 200-pound sophomore, has been simply spectacular, with 1,498 receiving yards and 18 touchdown catches in taking home the Biletnikoff Award as the top receiver in college football.

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