USA Today revealed the USA Today Sports' Preseason College Football All-America Teams on Tuesday. The most notable name listed is running back Bryce Love of Stanford who finished second in Heisman Trophy voting last season behind Baker Mayfield [VIDEO]. Love's incredible season consisted of him rushing for 2,118 yards on 8.1 yards per carry while also scoring 19 rushing touchdowns.

USA Today also recently revealed their top 10 candidates for the Heisman Trophy, featuring many quarterbacks who did not quite make a preseason All-America team.

Here are the preseason first and second team offense, defense, and specialist members heading into the 2018 college football season.

Wisconsin leads all schools with four players making the first team while Utah has both their kicker and punter on the first team.

First Team:

  • QB - Trace McSorley, Penn State
  • RB - Bryce Love, Stanford
  • RB - Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin
  • WR - A.J. Brown, Mississippi
  • WR - David Sills V, West Virginia
  • TE - Noah Fant, Iowa
  • OL - Jonah Williams, Alabama
  • OL - Dalton Risner, Kansas State
  • OL - Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin
  • OL - David Edwards, Wisconsin
  • OL - Mitch Hyatt, Clemson

McSorley is the signal caller for the first team. In 13 games last year, he completed 66.5 percent of his passes for 3,570 yards, 28 touchdowns, and 10 interceptions.

  • DL - Christian Wilkins, Clemson
  • DL - Ed Oliver, Houston
  • DL - Rashan Gary, Michigan
  • DL - Nick Bosa, Ohio State
  • LB - Devin White, LSU
  • LB - Cameron Smith, USC
  • LB - T.J. Edwards, Wisconsin
  • CB - Greedy Williams, LSU
  • CB - Byron Murphy, Washington
  • S - Jaquan Johnson, Miami
  • S - Andrew Wingard, Wyoming

Oliver was dominant in his sophomore season in 2017 for Houston.

He finished the year with 73 tackles and 5.5 sacks.

Specialists

  • K - Matt Gay, Utah
  • P - Mitch Wishnowsky, Utah
  • Returner - Tony Pollard, Memphis

List for Second Team

  • QB - Will Grier, West Virginia
  • RB - David Montgomery, Iowa State
  • RB - AJ Dillon, Boston College
  • WR - K’Neal Henry, Arizona State
  • WR - Stanley Morgan Jr., Nebraska
  • TE - Tommy Sweeney, Boston College
  • OL - Greg Little, Mississippi
  • OL - Nate Herbig, Stanford
  • OL - Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama
  • OL - Michael Jordan, Ohio State
  • OL - Max Scharping, Northern Illinois

After transferring from Florida, Grier was phenomenal in his first year with West Virginia. He completed 64.4 percent of his passes for 3,490 yards, 34 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions.

  • DL - Sutton Smith, Northern Illinois
  • DL - Dexter Lawrence, Clemson
  • DL - Raekwon Davis, Alabama
  • DL - Clelin Ferrell, Clemson
  • LB - Troy Dye, Oregon
  • LB - Mack Wilson, Alabama
  • LB - Devin Bush, Michigan
  • CB - Deandre Baker, Georgia
  • CB - Mark Gilbert, Duke
  • S - Taylor Rapp, Washington
  • S - Lukas Denis, Boston College

Ferrell is entering his senior season with Clemson. Last year, he recorded 66 tackles and 9.5 sacks on the defensive end.

Special Teams:

  • K - Rafael Gaglianone, Wisconsin
  • P - Jake Bailey, Stanford
  • Returner - Deebo Samuel, South Carolina