#WellActually, Here Are The All-Bowl Team Omissions

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The Associated Press did a nice job with its All-Bowl Team. Seriously! No one included on either offense or defense jumps out as an egregious selection. The AP includes highlights for each of its selections at its home site, but here’s a brief snapshot:

ALL-BOWL TEAM OFFENSE

• QB Bram Kohlhausen, TCU
• RB Leonard Fournette, LSU
• RB Johnny Jefferson, Baylor
• WR Isaiah Ford, Virginia Tech
• WR Jakeem Grant, Texas Tech
• WR Calvin Ridley, Alabama
• TE Hunter Henry and Jeremy Sprinkle, Arkansas
• Line: Pat Elflein, Ohio State; Eric MacLain, Clemson; Storm Norton, Toledo; John Theus, Georgia; Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss

ALL-BOWL TEAM DEFENSE

• Line: Derek Barnett, Tennessee; Kenny Clark, UCLA; Kyle Kelley, San Diego State; Aziz Shittu, Stanford
• Linebackers: Jack Cichy, Wisconsin; Kamalei Correa, Boise State; Devonte Fields, Louisville; Scooby Wright, Arizona
• Cornerbacks: Brendon Clements, Navy; Caleb Williams, Georgia Southern
• Safeties: Tevin Carter, Utah; Trevon Stewart, Houston

ALL-BOWL TEAM SPECIAL TEAMS

• Kicker: Ross Martin, Duke
• Punter: Tom Hackett, Utah
• Christian McCaffrey, Stanford

So yeah, it’s difficult to take any serious umbrage with the AP All-Bowl Team. Buuut…this is the internet! What are we doing here if we’re not arguing completely subjective points? Continue on for CFB Huddle’s top All-Bowl Team omissions of the 2015-’16 postseason.