Three Dawgs make Walter Camp roster

December, 9, 2011
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The postseason awards continue to roll in for Georgia's football team.

Three Bulldogs -- a first-team pick in linebacker Jarvis Jones and two second-team selections in tight end Orson Charles and safety Bacarri Rambo -- were named Thursday to the Walter Camp All-America Team.

Jones and Charles were named to the American Football Coaches Association's All-America team earlier in the week and all three players have already won multiple all-conference designations.

Here is a list of the full Walter Camp team:

2011 Walter Camp All-America Teams
First Team Offense
Pos. Name, School Class Hometown Height Weight
QB Andrew Luck, Stanford # Sr. Houston, TX 6-4 235
RB LaMichael James, Oregon * Jr. Texarkana, TX 5-9 195
RB Trent Richardson, Alabama Jr. Pensacola, FL 5-11 224
WR Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State * Jr. Ardmore, OK 6-1 215
WR Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma * Sr. Norman, OK 5-10 188
TE Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame Jr. Fort Wayne, IN 6-6 249
OL David DeCastro, Stanford Sr. Bellevue, WA 6-5 310
OL Barrett Jones, Alabama Jr. Memphis, TN 6-5 311
OL Matt Kalil, USC Jr. Corona, CA 6-7 295
OL Jonathan Martin, Stanford Sr. Los Angeles, CA 6-6 304
C David Molk, Michigan Sr. Lemont, IL 6-2 286
PK Randy Bullock, Texas A&M Sr. Klein, TX 5-9 212

First Team Defense
DL Whitney Mercilus, Illinois Jr. Akron, OH 6-4 265
DL Devon Still, Penn State Sr. Wilmington, DE 6-5 310
DL Melvin Ingram, South Carolina Sr. Hamlet, NC 6-2 276
DL Jerel Worthy, Michigan State Jr. Huber Heights, OH 6-3 310
LB Luke Kuechly, Boston College * Jr. Cincinnati, OH 6-3 237
LB Dont’a Hightower, Alabama Jr. Lewisburg, TN 6-4 260
LB Jarvis Jones, Georgia Soph. Columbus, GA 6-3 241
DB Morris Claiborne, LSU Jr. Shreveport, LA 6-0 185
DB Mark Barron, Alabama Sr. Mobile, AL 6-2 218
DB Tyrann Mathieu, LSU Soph. New Orleans, LA 5-9 175
DB David Amerson, North Carolina State Soph. Greensboro, NC 6-3 194
P Shawn Powell, Florida State Sr. Rome, GA 6-4 235
KR Tyler Lockett, Kansas State Fr. Tulsa, OK 5-11 170

Second Team Offense
Pos. Name, School Class Hometown Height Weight
QB Robert Griffin III, Baylor Jr. Copperas Cove, TX 6-2 220
RB Montee Ball, Wisconsin Jr. Wentzville, MO 5-11 210
RB Bobby Rainey, Western Kentucky Sr. Griffin, GA 5-8 205
WR Robert Woods, USC Soph. Carson, CA 6-1 180
WR Jordan White, Western Michigan Sr. Cleveland, OH 6-0 215
TE Orson Charles, Georgia Jr. Tampa, FL 6-3 241
OL Levy Adcock, Oklahoma State Sr. Claremore, OK 6-6 322
OL Nate Potter, Boise State Sr. Boise, ID 6-6 295
OL Ryan Miller, Colorado Sr. Littleton, CO 6-8 295
OL Kevin Zeitler, Wisconsin Sr. Waukesha, WI 6-4 315
C William Vlachos, Alabama Sr. Birmingham, AL 6-1 294
PK Caleb Sturgis, Florida Jr. St. Augustine, FL 5-11 183

Second Team Defense
DL Frank Alexander, Oklahoma Sr. Baton Rouge, LA 6-4 255
DL Vinny Curry, Marshall Sr. Neptune, NJ 6-4 263
DL Andre Branch, Clemson Sr. Richmond, VA 6-5 260
DL Joe Vellano, Maryland Jr. Rexford, NY 6-2 285
LB Manti Te’o, Notre Dame Jr. Laie, HI 6-2 255
LB Lavonte David, Nebraska Sr. Miami, FL 6-1 225
LB Courtney Upshaw, Alabama Sr. Eufaula, AL 6-2 265
DB Bacarri Rambo, Georgia Jr. Donalsonville, GA 6-0 218
DB Matt Daniels, Duke Sr. Fayetteville, GA 6-1 210
DB Nigel Malone, Kansas State Jr. Manteca, CA 5-10 176
DB Casey Hayward, Vanderbilt Sr. Elko, GA 6-0 188
P Ryan Allen, Louisiana Tech Jr. Salem, OR 6-2 215
KR Joe Adams, Arkansas Sr. Little Rock, AR 5-11 190
* – 2010 Walter Camp First Team All-America

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