1921 College Football All-America Team

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The 1921 College Football All-America team is composed of college football players who were selected as All-Americans by various organizations and writers that chose College Football All-America Teams in 1921. The only selector recognized by the NCAA as "official" for the 1921 season is Walter Camp, whose selections were published in Collier's Weekly. Additional selectors who chose All-American teams in 1921 included: Football World magazine, based on collected opinions of 267 coaches; Walter Eckersall of the Chicago Tribune; Jack Veiock, sports editor of the International News Service; and Norman E. Brown of the Central Press Association.

Consensus All-Americans[edit]

For the year 1921, the NCAA recognizes only Walter Camp's selections as "official" for purposes of its consensus determinations. Nevertheless, the NCAA's consensus All-America team does not mirror Camp's selections. The following chart identifies the NCAA-recognized consensus All-Americans and displays which first-team designations they received.

Name Position School Official Other Total
Aubrey Devine Quarterback Iowa WC BE, FW, JV, LP, MM, WE 7/8
Mal Aldrich Halfback Yale WC BE, JV, MM, NB, WE 6/8
Herb Stein Center Pittsburgh -- BE, FW, JV, MM, WE 5/8
Glenn Killinger Halfback Penn State WC BE, FW, JV, LP 5/8
Harold Muller End California WC FW, MM-1, NB 4/8
Bo McMillin Quarterback Centre -- FW, LP, MM, NB 4/8
Dan McMillan Tackle California -- FW, JV, WE 3/8
Fiske Brown Guard Harvard WC BE, LP 3/8
Stan Keck Guard Princeton -- BE, FW, MM 3/8
Duke Slater[1] Tackle Iowa -- BE, WE, JV 3/8
Iolas Huffman Tackle Ohio State -- FW, LP 2/8
Eddie Anderson End Notre Dame -- FW, WE 2/8
Frank Schwab Tackle Lafayette WC FW 2/8
Eddie Kaw Fullback Cornell WC WE 2/8

All-Americans of 1921[edit]

Ends[edit]

Brick Muller of Cal.

Tackles[edit]

  • Dan McMillan, California (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-1; WC-3; WE-1; JV-1)
  • Iolas Huffman, Ohio State (FW-1; LP-1; BE-2; JV-2; NB-2)
  • Duke Slater, Iowa (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-2; WC-2; BE-1; WE-1; JV-1; MM-2)
  • Charles McGuire, Chicago (FW-2; WC-1; BE-2; JV-3; MM-1)
  • Russ Stein, Washington & Jefferson (WC-1)
  • Bertrand Gullick, Syracuse (NB-1)
  • Buck Shaw, Notre Dame (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-2 [as g]; LP-1)
  • Drumm, Princeton (LP-2)
  • Franklin Cappon, Michigan (NB-2)
  • Albert N. Into, Yale (WC-3; JV-3)
  • James Brader, Wisconsin (FW-3)
  • Century Milstead, Wabash (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-3)
  • Clyde W. King, Navy (JV-2)
  • Johnny Boyle, USC (MM-2)

Guards[edit]

  • Fiske Brown, Harvard (WC-1; LP-1; BE-1; JV-2)
  • Frank Schwab, Lafayette (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-1; WC-1; LP-2)
  • Stan Keck, Princeton (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-1; WC-2; LP-2; BE-1; MM-1 [t])
  • Dean Trott, Ohio State (WC-2; LP-1; JV-1)
  • Arthur Carney, Navy (BE-1; MM-2)
  • Ray Baer, Penn State (WE-1; MM-1)
  • Robert J. Dunne, Michigan (NB-1)
  • Joe Bedenk, Penn State (WC-2)
  • Redman, Chicago (LP-2; JV-2)
  • John Pucelik, Nebraska (WC-3; WE-1)
  • Hugh Whelchel, Georgia (WC-3)
  • Phillip Cruikshank, Yale (BE-2)
  • H. Anderson, Notre Dame (BE-2; JV-1)
  • Otto Vogel, Illinois (NB-2)
  • Joy Berquist, Nebraska (NB-2)
  • Carl Peterson, Nebraska (FW-3)
  • Lloyd Pixley, Ohio State (FW-3; NB-1)
  • Fritz Breidster, Army (JV-3)
  • Baker, Princeton (JV-3)
  • Leonard C. Hanson, Cornell (MM-1; NB-1 [t])

Centers[edit]

  • Herb Stein, Pittsburgh (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-1; WC-3; LP-2; BE-1; WE-1; JV-1; MM-1)
  • Ernie Vick, Michigan (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-3; WC-1; WE-3; MM-2)
  • Al Wittmer, Princeton (LP-1; BE-2; JV-2)
  • Polly Wallace, Iowa State (NB-1)
  • Larsen, Army (FW-2; WC-2)
  • George Bunge, Wisconsin (JV-3; MM-2 [g])
  • Emery Larson, Navy (NB-2)
Bo McMillin of Centre scoring on Harvard.

Quarterbacks[edit]

  • Aubrey Devine, Iowa (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-1 [hb]; WC-1; LP-1; BE-1; WE-1; JV-1 [hb]; MM-1; NB-2)
  • Bo McMillin, Centre (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-1; WC-2; LP-1 [hb]; BE-2; JV-2; MM-1; NB-1)
  • Donold Lourie, Princeton (WC-3)
  • Milton Romney, Chicago (FW-2; LP-2)
  • Charles O'Hearn, Yale (FW-3)
  • Hoge Workman, Ohio State (JV-3)

Halfbacks[edit]

Glenn Killinger of Penn State.
  • Glenn Killinger, Penn State (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-1; WC-1; LP-1; BE-1; JV-1 [qb])
  • Mal Aldrich, Yale (FW-2; WC-1; LP-2; BE-1; WE-1; JV-1; MM-1; NB-1)
  • George Owen, Harvard (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-2 [fb]; WC-2; BE-1 [fb]; WE-1 [fb]; JV-1 [fb]; NB-2)
  • Tom Davies, Pittsburgh (College Football Hall of Fame) (FW-2; WC-2; BE-2 [fb])
  • Walter E. French, Army (WC-3)
  • Stephen Barchet, Navy (WC-3)
  • Crip Toomey, California (FW-3; BE-2; JV-2)
  • Paul Castner, Notre Dame (JV-2)
  • Al Elliott, Wisconsin (JV-3; NB-2)
  • Red Barron, Georgia Tech (JV-3)
  • Gordon Locke, Iowa (MM-1; NB-1 [fb])
  • Jim Robertson, Dartmouth (MM-2)
  • Roscoe W. Fitts, Harvard (MM-2)
  • James "Rabbit" Bradshaw, Nevada (MM-2)

Fullbacks[edit]

Key[edit]

NCAA recognized selector for 1921

  • WC = Walter Camp[2]

Other selectors

Bold = Consensus All-American[7]

  • 1 – First-team selection
  • 2 – Second-team selection
  • 3 – Third-team selection

References[edit]

  1. ^ Not currently rated as a consensus All-American in the NCAA awards guide.
  2. ^ "Walter Camp's All-America Selections for 1921". The New York Times. December 21, 1921. Retrieved March 6, 2013. 
  3. ^ "All-American Football Team Is Selected By 267 Coaches: Both McMillin and Aubrey Devine Are Accorded". The Colorado Spring Gazette. 1921-12-22. 
  4. ^ "Players from Coast to Coast Put on All-American Team by Veiock". Tulsa Daily World. 1921-12-04. 
  5. ^ "All-America Addendum -- Part 2" (PDF). College Football Historical Society Newsletter. November 2008. 
  6. ^ "Western Players Predominate On All American Team Picked By Normy Brown". Capital Times. 1921-11-28. 
  7. ^ "2014 NCAA Football Records: Consensus All-America Selections" (PDF). National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). 2014. p. 5. Retrieved August 16, 2014.