Daily Blog •June 5, 2013

Today’s blog continues the countdown of my 2013 Top 40 teams that will appear in the magazine and will hit the news stands on June 18th!! Every day now thru June 18th, I will post both magazine pages on each team (for 24 hours only) and you can get an early look on how I breakdown your favorite team.

Today, Nebraska comes in at #16 and Clemson comes in at #15.

You can download each team's actual magazine pages below.

Download #16 Nebraska's Magazine Pages

Download #15 Clemson's Magazine Pages

Today, I finish up releasing my 2013 Preseason Teams with my All-American Team and today you can check out my preseason All-American Team below.

In total 63 different schools appear on my 120-player team which includes Long Snappers and All-Purpose players this year. Alabama led the way with 8 selections followed by Ohio St (5), Stanford (5), Florida St (5), USC (4). Oregon (4) and Kansas St (4).

As far as conferences go all 10 were represented a long with the Independents. The SEC naturally led the way with 27 players followed by the Pac-12 with (20), ACC (19), Big 12 (16), Big 10 (15), AAC (5), MAC (5), Independents (5), Mountain West (3), CUSA (3) and the Sun Belt (2).

2013 Preseason All-American Team

1st TEAM 2nd TEAM 3rd TEAM 4th TEAM
QB Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M Braxton Miller, Ohio St AJ McCarron, Alabama Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville
RB TJ Yeldon, Alabama Todd Gurley, Georgia Lache Seastrunk, Baylor Silas Redd, USC
RB De’Anthony Thomas, Oregon Ka’Deem Carey, Arizona Duke Johnson, Miami, Fl Damien Williams, Oklahoma
WR Marqise Lee, USC Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt Allen Robinson, Penn St Jared Abbrederis, Wisconsin
WR Sammy Watkins, Clemson Cody Hoffman, BYU Brandin Cooks, Oregon St Tracy Moore, Oklahoma St
WR Amari Cooper, Alabama Mike Evans, Texas A&M Stefon Diggs, Maryland Davante Adams, Fresno St
TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Wash Arthur Lynch, Georgia Jacob Pedersen, Wisconsin Eric Ebron, North Carolina
C BJ Finney, Kansas St Gabe Ikard, Oklahoma Hroniss Grasu, Oregon Tyler Larsen, Utah St
OG David Yankey, Stanford Gabe Jackson, Mississippi St Andrew Norwell, Ohio St Anthony Steen, Alabama
OG Cyril Richardson, Baylor Spencer Long, Nebraska Xavier Su’a-Filo, UCLA Tre’ Jackson, Florida St
OT Taylor Lewan, Michigan Cyrus Kouandjio, Alabama Zack Martin, Notre Dame Morgan Moses, Virginia
OT Jake Matthews, Texas A&M Antonio Richardson, Tennessee James Hurst, N Carolina Jack Mewhort, Ohio St
1st TEAM 2nd TEAM 3rd TEAM 4th TEAM
DE Jadeveon Clowney, S Carolina Jackson Jeffcoat, Texas Scott Crichton, Oregon St Aaron Lynch, USF
DT Will Sutton, Arizona St Anthony Johnson, LSU Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh Daniel McCullers, Tennessee
DT Louis Nix, Notre Dame Timmy Jernigan, Florida St Dominique Easley, Florida Roosevelt Nix, Kent St
DE Stephon Tuitt, Notre Dame Devonte Fields, TCU Morgan Breslin, USC Demarcus Lawrence, Boise St
LB Anthony Barr, UCLA Chris Borland, Wisconsin Shayne Skov, Stanford Denzel Nkemdiche, Ole Miss
LB CJ Mosley, Alabama Trent Murphy, Stanford AJ Johnson, Tennessee Hayes Pullard, USC
LB Kyle Van Noy, BYU Max Bullough, Michigan St Khalil Mack, Buffalo Andrew Jackson, WKU
LB Ryan Shazier, Ohio St Adrian Hubbard, Alabama Christian Jones, Florida St Yawin Smallwood, UConn
CB Bradley Roby, Ohio St Aaron Colvin, Oklahoma Darqueze Dennard, Mich St Loucheiz Purifoy, Florida
CB Jason Verrett, TCU Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Oregon Quandre Diggs, Texas Antone Exum, Virginia Tech
S Ed Reynolds, Stanford Ty Zimmerman, Kansas St Hakeem Smith, Louisville Marco Nelson, Tulsa
S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Alabama Lamarcus Joyner, Florida St Craig Loston, LSU Jordan Richards, Stanford
1st TEAM 2nd TEAM 3rd TEAM 4th TEAM
K Cairo Santos, Tulane Chris Boswell, Rice Ross Martin, Duke Chandler Catanzaro, Clemson
P Kyle Christy, Florida Tommy Hibbard, North Carolina Kirby Van Der Kamp, Iowa St Richie Leone, Houston
KR Tyler Lockett, Kansas St Bernard Reedy, Toledo Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma St Jamal Golden, Georgia Tech
PR Marcus Murphy, Missouri Tramaine Thompson, Kansas St Spiffy Evans, Boston Coll Rashad Greene, Florida St
LS Scott Thompson, NC State Drew Howell, Oregon Matt Dooley, Indiana Reid Ferguson, LSU
AP Dri Archer, Kent St Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois Antonio Andrews, WKU Venric Mark, Northwestern

The official on sale date of my magazine is June 18th! This year we have an exclusive deal with seven of the top retailers in the U.S and on June 18th, you can find my 2013 College Football Preview ONLY at the following locations:

Barnes & Noble

If one of these retailers is sold out or does not have the cover of your choice, a delivery truck should be here in Cleveland with copies ready to ship a full week before it hits the newsstands. The cost of the mag on the newsstands is $9.99 but if you want to order thru the office the cost is $15.99 and that includes Priority Mail with an estimated delivery time of 3-5 days, however THIS IS NOT GUARANTEED BY THE POST OFFICE. You can place your order through our office at 1-866-918-7711 or at PhilSteele.com. You get your choice of 11 different covers and the website is your best option to pre-order now. PhilSteele.com/store

If you do pre-order today thru our offices only at 1-866-918-7711, you can choose a 2nd 2013 magazine for an additional $5.00 with no added shipping cost! Must be ordered at the same time and be shipped to the same address!

This offer does not apply to the PhilSteele.com store. Only thru our offices and only for 2013 magazines.