Donald Brown, 2nd Team AP All-American

Donald Brown, a 2nd Team AP All-American from UConn.

The accolades continue to pour in for UConn Huskies running back Donald Brown as he was named to the AP All-America 2nd team.

He is the first member of the Huskies to be named an AP All-American since their move to the  FBS. Brown was recently named to the Walter Camp Foundation All-America 2nd Team as well as Big East Offensive MVP and All-Big East First Team. He also took home team MVP and offensive MVP at UConn’s awards dinner last night.

Brown announced yesterday that he plans to return for his senior season at UConn. He led the nation in rushing with 1,822 yards while adding 17 touchdowns as well.

Next up for Brown and the Huskies is a date with the Buffalo Bulls on January 3, 2009 in the International Bowl in Toronto at Rogers Centre.

A full look at the AP All-American Teams after the jump.



Quarterback — Sam Bradford, sophomore,  Oklahoma.

Running backs — Shonn Greene, junior, Iowa; Javon Ringer, senior, Michigan State.

Wide receiver — Michael Crabtree, sophomore, Texas Tech; Dez Bryant, sophomore, Oklahoma State.

Tackles — Andre Smith, junior,  Alabama; Michael Oher, senior, Mississippi.

Guards — Duke Robinson, senior,  Oklahoma; Herman Johnson, senior, LSU.

Center — Antoine Caldwell, senior, Alabama.

Tight end — Chase Coffman, senior, Missouri.

All-purpose player — Jeremy Maclin, sophomore, Missouri.

Kicker — Louie Sakoda, senior, Utah.


Ends — Aaron Maybin, sophomore, Penn State; Brian Orakpo, senior, Texas.

Tackles — Terrence Cody, junior, Alabama; Peria Jerry, senior, Mississippi.

Linebackers — James Laurinaitis, senior, Ohio State; Rey Maualuga, senior, Southern California; Brandon Spikes, junior, Florida.

Cornerbacks — Alphonso Smith, senior, Wake Forest; Malcolm Jenkins, senior, Ohio State.

Safeties — Taylor Mays, junior,  Southern California; Eric Berry, sophomore, Tennessee.

Punter — Kevin Huber, senior,  Cincinnati.




Quarterback — Colt McCoy, junior, Texas.

Running backs — Knowshon Moreno, sophomore, Georgia; Donald Brown, junior, Connecticut.

Wide receivers — Austin Collie, junior, BYU; Jarrett Dillard, senior, Rice.

Tackles — Eugene Monroe, senior, Virginia; Andy Levitre, senior, Oregon State.

Guards _Brandon Carter, junior, Texas Tech; Trevor Canfield, senior, Cincinnati.

Center — A.Q. Shipley, senior, Penn State.

Tight end — Jermaine Gresham, junior, Oklahoma.

All-purpose player — Percy Harvin, junior, Florida.

Kicker — Graham Gano, senior, Florida State.


Ends — Everette Brown, junior, Florida State; Jerry Hughes, junior, TCU.

Tackles — Gerald McCoy, sophomore, Oklahoma; Mitch King, senior, Iowa.

Linebackers — Scott McKillop, senior, Pittsburgh; Brian Cushing, senior, Southern California; Aaron Curry, senior, Wake Forest.

Cornerback — Victor “Macho” Harris, senior, Virginia Tech; D.J. Moore, junior, Vanderbilt.

Safeties — Rashad Johnson, senior, Alabama; Trimane Goddard, senior, North Carolina.

Punter — T.J. Conley, senior, Idaho.




Quarterback — Tim Tebow, junior, Florida.

Running backs — Kendall Hunter, sophomore, Oklahoma State; Jacquizz Rodgers, freshman, Oregon State.

Wide receivers — Kenny Britt, junior, Rutgers; Jordan Shipley, senior, Texas.

Tackles — Jason Smith, senior, Baylor; Phil Loadholt, senior, Oklahoma.

Guards — Louis Vasquez, senior, Texas Tech; Rich Ohrnberger, senior, Penn State.

Center — Alex Mack, senior, California.

Tight end — Rob Gronkowski, sophomore, Arizona.

All-purpose player — Derrick Williams, senior, Penn State.

Kicker — Kai Forbath, sophomore, UCLA.


Ends — Nick Reed, senior, Oregon; George Selvie, junior, South Florida.

Tackles — Fili Moala, senior, Southern California; B.J. Raji, senior, Boston College.

Linebackers — Mark Herzlich, junior, Boston College; Sean Witherspoon, junior, Missouri; Michael Tauiliili, senior, Duke (tie); Rolando McClain, sophomore, Alabama (tie).

Cornerback — Vontae Davis, junior, Illinois; Mike Mickens, senior, Cincinnati.

Safeties — Myron Rolle, junior, Florida State; Nic Harris, senior, Oklahoma.

Punter — Pat McAfee, senior, West Virginia.