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College football’s true freshman All-America team


With the 2022 college football season all but over, it’s time to look at the standout true freshmen from across the country.

The impact of the transfer portal left many freshmen competing for playing time with other newcomers who had already had at least one year of college football experience under their belt. In turn, certain positions, specifically quarterback, saw very few true freshmen make a big impact right away.

Cade Klubnik was able to supplant starter DJ Uiagalelei late in the season at Clemson. E.J. Warner got a shot at Temple and Conner Weigman eventually took over at Texas A&M, but there was not a big wave of first-year signal callers making a statement.

However, while it is generally uncommon for offensive linemen to see the field early on, many did play, including two from LSU alone (Will Campbell and Emery Jones).

Our true freshman All-America list takes a position-by-position look at the standout first-year players who made an impact this season. ESPN predicted who those stars would be before the season; some predictions came true and some surprise names popped up as the season went on.

Penn State running back Nicholas Singleton, Texas A&M wide receiver Evan Stewart, Texas offensive lineman Kelvin Banks Jr. and Michigan defensive back Will Johnson were unanimous picks from the preseason who all made it to the final list.

Not everyone finished the way they started, though. Tom Luginbill and Tom VanHaaren go position by position with their picks for the final All-American list.

Temple | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: unranked (three stars)

Warner was a three-star prospect out of Phoenix in the 2022 class who signed with Temple. Though he didn’t play in the Owls’ season opener, Warner, son of Pro Football Hall of Famer Kurt Warner, appeared in the next 11 games, totaling 3,028 passing yards, 18 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.

VanHaaren: Conner Weigman

Texas A&M | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: 27

I agree with Luginbill about Warner, but to throw a different name out there, I would include Weigman. One of the top quarterbacks in the 2022 class, Wiegman didn’t start the entire season, but played in five games and threw for 896 yards, eight touchdowns and no interceptions. With Haynes King transferring, Weigman is the likely starter for next season and should be able to build on what he did this season.

Running Back

Luginbill and VanHaaren: Nicholas Singleton

Penn State | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: 57

Singleton helped stabilize Penn State’s run game, improving it from last season, when it was ranked No. 115 in total rush yards, to 45th in 2023. Singleton and Kaytron Allen were workhorses the entire season, and Singleton finished the year with 1,061 yards and 12 rushing touchdowns. Allen finished with 867 yards and 10 touchdowns, which gives the staff a ton of excitement for the future run game. — VanHaaren

Luginbill and VanHaaren: Quinshon Judkins

Ole Miss | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: unranked (three stars)

When Ole Miss got a commitment from TCU transfer running back Zach Evans, many thought Evans would be the main back this season. But it was Judkins who got most of the headlines, leading the Rebels in both rushing yards (1,567) and rushing touchdowns (16) on 274 carries. — VanHaaren

Wide Receiver

Clemson | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: 84

Williams was the No. 84 recruit in the 2022 class and the fourth-best prospect in the state of South Carolina. Clemson needed playmakers at receiver, and Williams helped provide a spark for the offense this season. He led the team in receiving yards with 604 and also had four receiving touchdowns.

VanHaaren: Evan Stewart

Texas A&M | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: 13

Stewart was one of five five-star signees in the Aggies’ 2022 class. He was the No. 13 prospect overall and the No. 2 receiver in the class. The Texas A&M offense had its struggles this season, averaging 22.8 points per game, second fewest in the SEC, but Stewart has lived up to the hype. He led the team in receiving yards (649) and also had two receiving touchdowns, tied for third most on the team.

Luginbill and VanHaaren: Tetairoa McMillan

Arizona | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: 144

The Wildcats had some standout receivers this season in Dorian Singer and transfer Jacob Cowing, but that didn’t stop McMillan from making waves as well. Despite Singer bringing in 1,105 yards and six touchdowns and Cowing hauling in 1,034 yards and seven touchdowns, McMillan still had 702 yards and eight touchdowns on the season, averaging 18 yards per catch. With Singer transferring this offseason, McMillan should have an even bigger role in 2023. — VanHaaren

Tight End

Michigan | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: unranked (three stars)

Loveland stepped up in the absence of Erick All and Luke Schoonmaker throughout the season for the Wolverines. He caught the go-ahead touchdown against Ohio State and had an incredible catch in the Big Ten championship game against Purdue. He finished the season with 235 yards and two touchdowns, but with All transferring and Schoonmaker moving on, Loveland should have a bigger role next season.

VanHaaren: Tanner Koziol

Ball State | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: unranked (two stars)

Koziol wasn’t a highly ranked prospect out of high school, but he made a big impact this season for Ball State. He was fourth on the team in receiving yards with 373 yards, and his seven receiving touchdowns not only led the team but ranked fifth in FBS among all tight ends. Koziol averaged 10.66 yards per catch and his longest reception was 30 yards.

Offensive Line

Luginbill and VanHaaren: Jonah Savaiinaea

Arizona | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: unranked (three stars)

Savaiinaea was a three-star recruit out of Hawaii who had a handful of Power 5 offers. He committed to Arizona and started all 12 games this season. He was part of an offense that ranked No. 22 in total offense and was All-Pac-12 honorable mention, which is rare for a first-year offensive lineman. Savaiinaea was called for just one penalty in 2022. — VanHaaren

Luginbill and VanHaaren: Tyler Booker

Alabama | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: 11

Booker was a five-star recruit and the No. 2 offensive guard in the country. He attended IMG Academy and was dubbed one of the more college-ready linemen in the class. He proved that to be true, playing in 11 games for the Crimson Tide at guard this season and not allowing a sack. Booker, whom the SEC coaches voted to the freshman all-conference team, should be a staple of the Alabama line going forward. — VanHaaren

Luginbill and VanHaaren: Emery Jones

LSU | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: 159

Jones was the No. 3 guard in the 2022 cycle and one of the top signees in LSU’s class. He was a 6-foot-4, 330-pound lineman out of high school and came in ready to play right away, starting 11 of the 13 games he appeared in at right tackle during coach Brian Kelly’s first season. — VanHaaren

Luginbill and VanHaaren: Will Campbell

LSU | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: 14

Campbell was a five-star prospect and the No. 2 offensive tackle in the class. He was the second-highest ranked signee for the Tigers and one of two ESPN 300 offensive linemen with Jones. Campbell played opposite Jones at tackle and started 12 games this season. With Campbell and Jones, LSU is likely set at tackle for the near future. — VanHaaren

Luginbill and VanHaaren: Kelvin Banks Jr.

Texas | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: 33

Banks was one of four ESPN 300 offensive linemen to sign with Texas in the 2022 cycle. He was the second-highest ranked of the four, behind Devon Campbell, both of whom were ranked as five-stars. Banks started 12 games at left tackle this season and was a second-team All-Big 12 selection, as well as honorable mention for Big 12 offensive freshman of the year. — VanHaaren

Defensive Line

Luginbill: Dani Dennis-Sutton

Penn State | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: 123

Dennis-Sutton was a big get for the Nittany Lions in the 2022 class. He was ranked No. 80 overall out of Owings Mills, Maryland. He played in 12 games this season and finished with 17 total tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss and three sacks along with three quarterback hurries.

VanHaaren: Damonic Williams

TCU | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: unranked (four stars)

Williams was a four-star recruit from Mission Hills, California, and the highest ranked defensive line commit in the 2022 cycle for the Horned Frogs. He played in 14 games this season for TCU and had 27 total tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks in his first year, helping the Horned Frogs reach the national championship game.

Luginbill and VanHaaren: Mason Graham

Michigan | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: unranked (three stars)

Michigan’s coaches raved about Graham out of high school, even though he wasn’t one of the higher-rated recruits in the class. He was a three-star recruit and a 6-foot-3, 290-pound prospect out of Anaheim, California. The Wolverines needed help on the interior of the defensive line, and Graham made an impact early on. He played in 14 games this season and finished with 27 total tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks. — VanHaaren

Luginbill and VanHaaren: Deone Walker

Kentucky | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: unranked (three stars)

Walker wasn’t a big name in Kentucky’s class, ranked as a three-star out of Detroit. At 6-foot-6, 330 pounds, he came ready to play, finishing with 40 total tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, one sack and five quarterback hurries in 13 games. — VanHaaren

Luginbill and VanHaaren: Mykel Williams

Georgia | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: 24

Williams was the third-highest-ranked signee in Georgia’s class and one of four ESPN 300 defensive linemen to sign with the Dawgs. He was the No. 3 defensive tackle in the 2022 cycle and ended up starting two games this season while playing in 14. Entering the national championship game, he has tallied 26 total tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks. The experience he gained this season should only help him grow and the Dawgs stay strong next year. — VanHaaren

Illinois | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: unranked (three stars)

Jacas was the No. 107 defensive end in the 2022 cycle, a three-star signee for the Illini. He made an impact right away at Illinois, though, with 35 total tackles (five for a loss) and four sacks. Jacas was an All-Big Ten honorable mention player this season and showed a ton of promise for the Illini, who finished 8-5, their most wins in a season since 2007.

VanHaaren: Harold Perkins Jr.

LSU | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: 4

LSU beat out Texas A&M and Alabama, among others, to land the five-star Perkins. While he didn’t start to begin the season, his play earned him more and more playing time as the season progressed, including a four-sack performance against Arkansas in which he also forced and recovered two fumbles. He finished the season third in total tackles (72) and also had 13 tackles for loss, 8.5 sacks, one interception and 14 quarterback hurries in a phenomenal freshman season.

Luginbill and VanHaaren: Dasan McCullough

Indiana | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: 43

McCullough was the highest-ranked recruit to sign with Indiana since the ESPN 300 was formed in 2006 at No. 43 overall. He played in 12 games this season for the Hoosiers and had 49 total tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss and four sacks along with three quarterback hurries. He transferred to Oklahoma after the season finished and will try to improve a Sooners defense that allowed 29.6 points and 450.5 yards per game in 2022. — VanHaaren

Luginbill and VanHaaren: Abdul Carter

Penn State | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: unranked (four stars)

Carter was a four-star prospect from Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania, and the No. 36 outside linebacker. At 6-foot-3, 233 pounds, Carter put together an impressive first season. He played in 13 games, was a second-team All-Big Ten selection and was second on the team with 55 total tackles. He had 10.5 tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks on the year. — VanHaaren

Luginbill and VanHaaren: Benjamin Morrison

Notre Dame | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: unranked (four stars)

Notre Dame signed three cornerbacks in the 2022 class with Morrison ranked as a four-star out of Phoenix. The Irish were looking for someone to step up in the secondary and Morrison did just that. He played in 13 games and had 33 total tackles along with six interceptions on the season. He was the only Notre Dame defender with more than one interception and exceeded all expectations in his first season. — VanHaaren

Luginbill and VanHaaren: Will Johnson

Michigan | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: 23

Johnson was on the brink of being a five-star in the 2022 class, ranked No. 23 overall and the No. 4 corner. He was the second-highest-ranked commit for Michigan, and as a 6-foot-1, 180-pound defensive back, he was an important addition to the secondary. Johnson didn’t start immediately, but got better and better along with more playing time as the season went on. He became one of Michigan’s best defensive players in the secondary by the end of the season and finished with 27 total tackles, two tackles for loss and three interceptions. — VanHaaren

Georgia | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: 12

Starks was the highest-rated signee in Georgia’s class, ranked as a five-star and the No. 1 athlete in 2022. He was a 6-foot-1, 195-pound prospect who made an immediate impact from Day 1, recording eight tackles and an interception in a season-opening blowout win over then-No. 11 Oregon. Through 14 games, he is second on the team in total tackles with 67. He has 1.5 tackles for loss, two interceptions and seven pass breakups. — VanHaaren

Luginbill and VanHaaren: Nick Emmanwori

South Carolina | 2022 ESPN 300 ranking: 155

Emmanwori is a 6-foot-4, 218-pound defensive back who put together and excellent season for the Gamecocks in 2022. He led the team in total tackles with 85 and had one tackle for loss along with one pass breakup. Given what he was able to accomplish in his first season, he should be a staple of the South Carolina defense going forward. — VanHaaren

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