The two members of Penn State's high-powered offense who enjoyed productive seasons in 2016 were honored by the Associated Press.
The Nittany Lions have the most depth they've had up front since James Franklin took over as coach.
The fifth-year wide receiver went from 82 catches in 2014 to 34 last season but he has excelled in training camp.
Free safety Marcus Allen is one of the fiercest hitters in the Big Ten, but who will take over for injured CB John Reid?
Alabama topped the preseason rankings, followed by Ohio State.
The Nittany Lions announced the names of three of the captains during spring practice, then added five more captains Sunday after a vote of players and coaches.
A pair of seniors, wideout DaeSean Hamilton and tight end Mike Gesicki, and sophomore Juwan Johnson lead a deep group of receivers.
The football coach is 25-15 in three seasons since coming over from Vanderbilt. He led Penn State to the Big Ten title last season.
Jason Cabinda leads a strong corps of linebackers, many of whom saw action last season.
The Nittany Lions' outstanding running back is bigger, faster and stronger - and ready to contribute more highlights.
Saquon Barkley could be atop this list at the end of the 2017 season, but for now, Curt Warner is the No. 1 guy in one man's opinion.
Philly high school recruits Shareef Miller and Shaka Toney have impressed the coaches.
Trace McSorley played outstanding football after a shaky first month last year, and he has most of his skill players back.
Aeneas Hawkins chose the Nittany Lions' offer over those from more than 30 other schools.