Want to create the sickest college football team in the country but need help narrowing it down? Perfect, we have you covered.
To get you hyped for the upcoming season, here's theScore's All-College Football squad for 2020.
We could have gone in plenty of directions here, but ultimately, it's a no-brainer - Lawrence is the best quarterback in the country. Ohio State's Justin Fields and Miami's D'Eriq King wouldn't have been bad calls, but when you can get a non-senior who's recorded 66 touchdown passes and just 12 interceptions with a national title to boot, it becomes pretty easy.
There's a reason we're looking at more than just statistics here. Harris didn't even rank top 20 in rushing yards last season, but with a quarterback who's 6-6 and a running back without a single ounce of fat on his body, this hypothetical team of elite athletes will be running the ball maybe five times per game. You don't need to pound the rock when you have a back like Harris.
It would be tough to mess up this pick considering the options available, but let's grab Gainwell, who took home Freshman of the Year honors last season.
He's a perfect complement to Harris in the backfield and a smooth runner in the open field.
Moore should probably be on an NFL roster right now - he's that good. Following a freshman season in which he registered more than 1,200 yards through the air, Moore regressed to just 387 in 2019 as he was plagued by injuries and subpar quarterback play.
But don't forget about the things he can do ...
That Waddle was the third- or fourth-most productive player on his Alabama teams is really something. Fellow wide receivers Jerry Jeudy and Henry Ruggs are no longer enrolled, which could hand a bigger role to Waddle, one of the most electric return men/receivers in the country.
Someone was going to get left out here. No offense to Ja'Marr Chase, Tylan Wallace, Warren Jackson, and others, but we'll take another burner in the form of Atwell, who caught the second-most touchdowns out of the slot last season. Plus, he was the student-athlete of the week in the aforementioned video, meaning we can hang that award on our team fridge for motivation.
This might be the easiest pick on the board. Sewell earned a better PFF grade than the damn Heisman trophy-winning quarterback did last season! He's the most dominant player in college football, and he's going to protect the blind side for Lawrence, which should ensure that the QB's Miami Vice-style jersey stays relatively clean throughout games.
It's Sewell and everyone else in the tackle rankings, but there's a solid second tier underneath the Oregon stalwart. That leads us to Cosmi, who allowed just one sack on his 595 pass drops last season. He'll be a surefire first-rounder next season barring a disaster.
If you're looking to build this offense into a quick-strike passing juggernaut, there's no one better to grab at guard than Vera-Tucker, who led the country last season in both pass-blocking grade and pressure rate allowed.
Humphrey's pass-blocking grade dropped by more than 26 points from his freshman to his sophomore season, but it's tough to find another center who looks as comfortable at the position, especially against top-tier competition. Humphrey hasn't allowed a sack in almost 900 snaps during his career at Oklahoma.
Roche has what it takes to be a dominant edge in the NFL. At 6-4, 240 pounds and after a campaign with 13 sacks, Roche can anchor any line any day of the week.
It feels like such a cop-out to take the former No. 1 recruit out of high school. But after Thibodeaux's strong freshman campaign, you'd be silly not to.
There's a good chance Wilson will be the first defensive tackle to hear his name called at the 2021 draft. In 2019, he finished as the second-best pass-rusher from the tackle spot with the Seminoles.
Bolton's the off-ball linebacker of the bunch here after he posted one of the best grades against the pass at his position last season. You'll be hearing his name constantly in the SEC next season.
Parsons was an absolute freak in 2019, amassing 109 tackles, five sacks, four forced fumbles, and five passes defensed. He's a two-year starter with a chance to be one of the first linebackers off the board next April.
Moses never saw the field in 2019 due to a preseason injury, which was a shame after his 2018 campaign featured 86 tackles - including 10 behind the line of scrimmage - and 3.5 sacks.
There's a pretty convincing argument that Stingley was the best corner in the country last year ... and he was only a freshman.
If you're looking for a freakish slot corner who can put the clamps on opposing receivers, look no further than Holland. As one part of an elite Oregon secondary, Holland posted the best coverage grade out of the slot over the last two seasons.
Not many players in the nation are better at roaming the field. Moehrig forced an incompletion on 32% of the passes thrown his way in 2019 while adding four picks.
According to PFF, Harvell-Peel saw more passes thrown his way than any other safety in 2019, yet he still finished with the second-best coverage grade at the position.