Seven weeks ago, it would have been preposterous to think there could be a midseason All-America team with only one vote for South Carolina's Jadeveon Clowney out of 14 cast for the defensive end position.
But at the midway point of the 2013 college football season, leaving Clowney off the ballot no longer seems so absurd. While Clowney hasn't changed as a player, the perception of him has. And a lack of tangible production (9 solo tackles, 2 sacks) isn't helping him either.
The beauty of college football is that voids always get filled by players rising to their potential. Our College Football 24/7 analysts uncover plenty of great stories with their picks for the 2013 Midseason All-America team.
NOTE: Where multiple players are picked at the same position, the analysts listed them in order of their top choice first.