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Theres almost no way to deal with the offensive talent assembled on this years ESPN All-America team. Imagine devising a game plan against Louisvilles Heisman winner Lamar Jackson, who could either hand off to DOnta Foreman or Dalvin Ck, or throw to three elite wide receivers.But if any defensive depth chart could bottle up that offense, itd be the roster assembled here. Think about scheming to block Jonathan Allen, Derek Barnett and Ed Oliver.Heres what both stacked rosters lk like.OffenseQB: Lamar Jackson, LouisvilleA quick recap of Jacksons Heisman Trophy-winning season: ACC record for touchdowns, nearly 5,000 total yards, eight games with at least 400 yards and one of the most awe-inspiring beatdowns of a college ftball blue bld (Florida State) in recent history. The list could go on and on, but the essence of Jacksons spot on this list is simple: No player in college ftball was more electric in 2016. -- David M. HaleRB: DOnta Foreman, TexasForeman was the third Texas recipient of the Doak Walker Award, and he became the 12th Power 5 back to rush for 2,000 yards -- he had 2,028 in 11 games. Foreman finished 10th in FBS history with an average of 184.4 yards per game. Over a 22-day, late-season stretch, the 249-pound junior rushed for 1,008 yards, reaching 250 yards three times in four games. -- Mitch Sherman?RB: Dalvin Ck, Florida StateIn three years at Florida State, Ck has racked up nearly 5,200 yards and 47 touchdowns. From his field vision to his explosiveness to his willingness to take on defenders between the tackles, few running backs have been as dynamic or productive in ACC history. Ck saved his best for last, totaling more than 2,000 yards this season. -- David M. HaleWR: Dede Westbrk, OklahomaWestbrk snagged 74 passes for 1,465 yards, becoming the Big 12 offensive player of the year, fourth-place finisher in the Heisman Trophy balloting and Oklahomas first Biletnikoff Award winner. He scored 17 touchdowns, including 16 through the air by an average distance of 48.8 yards. His 12 scores of 40 yards or more rank as the most in a season by an FBS player since 1996. -- Mitch Sherman?WR: John Ross, WashingtonRoss returned from injury to have one of the most prolific seasons in Pac-12 history. He caught 76 passes for 1,222 yards, and his 17 touchdown receptions are one shy of the conferences single-season record. -- Kyle BonaguraWR: Zay Jones, East CarolinaJones led the country in receptions with 158, and only 16 other FBS players had even half as many. In the process, he set the FBS career record for receptions and led the nation in receiving yards this season with 1,746. -- David M. HaleOT: Cam Robinson, AlabamaRobinson was awarded the Outland Trophy as the most outstanding offensive lineman in the country. He paved the way for the SECs highest-scoring offense and the second-leading rushing offense (245.0 yards per game). -- Alex ScarboroughOG: Dorian Johnson, PittPitts offensive line was bursting with talent in 2016, and Johnson was at the top of the heap. He helped open holes that allowed the Panthers to run for 2,757 yards and 35 touchdowns -- including an ACC-best 4.3 yards per carry between the tackles. The Panthers O-line allowed just nine sacks all season. -- David M. HaleC: Pat Elflein, Ohio StateThe Rimington winner and Ohio State captain helped hold together an offense that returned only three starters from last season. His consistency (40 consecutive starts) has been a major part of the Buckeyes finding a way back into the College Ftball Playoff. -- Dan Murphy?OG: Cody OConnell, Washington StateAt 6-ft-8, 354 pounds, OConnell is appropriately known as The Continent. He was an Outland Trophy finalist in his first year as a starter. -- Kyle BonaguraOT: Ryan Ramczyk, Wisconsin?The former Division III transfer wasted no time in leaving a mark in his first year as a starter for the Badgers. The left tackle anchored a line that helped Wisconsin average more than 200 yards per game on the ground. -- Dan Murphy?DefenseDE: Jonathan Allen, AlabamaAllen plays a large role in Alabamas No. 1-ranked rush defense, and hes pretty gd at disrupting the backfield. The senior leads the team in QB hurries (15), is tied for the team lead in sacks (8.5) and is second in tackles for loss (13). He also has two defensive touchdowns and a blocked kick. -- Alex ScarboroughDE: Derek Barnett, TennesseeIn just three seasons, Barnett has tied Reggie Whites record for career sacks (32) at Tennessee. But lking at 2016 alone, Barnett has been a monster with a career-high 12 sacks, 18 tackles for loss, two forced fumbles and an interception. -- Alex ScarboroughDL:?Ed Oliver, HoustonOliver was dominant, with more tackles for loss (19) than any true freshman and more pass breakups (nine) than any defensive lineman, regardless of classification. His best performances came against Houstons toughest opponents: Oklahoma (two sacks) and Louisville (two sacks, three tackles for loss, three pass breakups, forced fumble). --?Sam Khan Jr.?LB:?T.J. Watt, WisconsinWatt is a former tight end who exploded into a productive force for the Badgers after moving to defense. Where have we heard that story before? The redshirt junior has 14.5 tackles for loss this season while leading one of the nations best defensive fronts. -- Dan Murphy?LB: Reuben Foster, AlabamaFoster won the Butkus Award as the nations top linebacker after he led Alabama with 94 tackles, including 12 for loss, and four sacks this season. More importantly, hes the quarterback of a unit that leads the FBS in total yards allowed, rushing defense, scoring defense and defensive touchdowns. -- Alex ScarboroughLB: Jabrill Peppers, MichiganThe do-it-all Wolverine reshaped the way Michigan used its linebackers this season with a ftball mind that is as fast as his first step. He ended the season with 16 tackles for loss and four sacks among his many other accomplishments elsewhere on the field. -- Dan Murphy?LB: Zach Cunningham, VanderbiltSure, he leads the SEC in tackles by nearly 20, but that doesnt fully encompass the athletic veteran linebacker. He also has 16.5 tackles for loss, three pass breakups, four fumble recoveries, two forced fumbles and one heck of a blocked kick against Auburn, in which he leaped over the entire offensive line to lay a hand on the ball. -- Alex ScarboroughS: Malik Hker, Ohio StateThe chief playmaker on the Buckeyes opportunistic defense was the Big Tens breakout defensive star this season. He returned three of his six interceptions for touchdowns, more than any other Power 5 player. -- Dan MurphyS: Budda Baker, WashingtonA two-time, first-team All-Pac-12 selection, Baker collected 65 tackles, nine tackles for loss and seven pass deflections. Hes versatile enough to play anywhere in the secondary for one of the top defenses in the country. -- Kyle BonaguraCB: Minkah Fitzpatrick, AlabamaWere listing him at a corner, but Fitzpatricks versatility is what really sets him apart. The true sophomore started the season at corner and had a pick-six against Arkansas. Then, after shifting to safety in relief of Eddie Jackson, Fitzpatrick had a pick-six in the SEC title game against Florida. -- Alex ScarboroughCB: Jourdan Lewis, MichiganOpposing receivers caught only eight passes against the veteran corner this season. Michigan led the nation in fewest passing yards allowed all season, and that stinginess started with Lewis. -- Dan Murphy?Special teamsK: Zane Gonzalez, Arizona StateThe Lou Groza Award winner connected on 23 of 25 field goal attempts, and he was 7-of-9 from beyond 50 yards. Only seven other kickers in the country made at least two from 50-plus, and no one had more than four. -- Kyle BonaguraP: Mitch Wishnowsky, UtahWishnowsky tk the baton from two-time Ray Guy Award winner Tom Hackett and made it three straight for what is turning into Punter U. Wishnowsky led the nation in net punting (44.9) and downed 37 of 60 punts inside the 20-yard line. -- Kyle BonaguraAP: Adoree Jackson, USCThe Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year and Jim Thorpe Award winner is perhaps most impactful with the ball in his hands. He returned two kickoffs for touchdowns, two punts for touchdowns and tk his lone reception of the season 52 yards for a score. -- Kyle Bonagura Air Max Sneakers On Sale . After taking two big hits this week -- losing at home and dropping back-to-back games for the first time all season -- Indiana struck back by playing its most complete game of the year. Air Max Cheap China . Now that hes hitting streaking teammates with pin-point passes for easy layups, Love is asserting himself as one of the true superstars in the league. http://www.shoeswholesaleonlinestore.com/wholesale-adidas-shoes.html . LOUIS -- St. Authentic Air Max Shoes . 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PITTSBURGH -- Hector Olivera was placed on unconditional release waivers by the San Diego Padres, who will release him when he clears waivers later this week and will be responsible for the remainder of the $62.5 million, six-year contract he signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers in early 2015.Olivera, a 31-year-old outfielder and third baseman who did not play a single game for the Padres, hit .245 with two homers and 13 RBI under the deal, appearing in 30 big league games and getting 98 at-bats. He will wind up receiving a total of $60,707,650.He made his big league debut with the Braves last Sept. 1. While with Atlanta, he was arrested April 13 at a hotel near Washington D.C., and Major League Baseball announced May 27 that he had agreed to an 82-game suspension under the sports domestic violence policy, a penalty retroactive to April 30.Olivera has a pending court date in Alexandria, Virginia. The suspension cost him $1,792,350 of his $4 million salary this season.Oliveras contract with the Dodgers included a $28 million signing bonus, which they remained responsible fr.dddddddddddd The final $8.5 million installment is due on Dec. 31.His deal includes salaries of $6 million in 2017, $6.5 million in 2018, $7.5 million in 2019 and $8.5 million in 2020, money San Diego is responsible for. In addition, the Padres agreed to send Atlanta $10.5 million in four installments through July 2019 as part of the July 30 trade that sent Matt Kemp to the Braves. Kemp has a $21.5 million salary this year and is owed the same amount in each of the next three seasons.San Diego designated Olivera for assignment when he came off the restricted list following the suspension.Also Wednesday, the Padres selected the contract of infielder Nick Nnan from Triple-A El Paso and optioned rkie infielder Jose Rondon to the same club.Nnan was expected to join the team for Wednesday nights game against the Pittsburgh Pirates. The 27-year-old hit .321 with four home runs in 87 games for Tucson. Rondon, 22, hit just .136 in seven games. ' ' '