Heisman Trophy winner Eric Crouch is one of 38 Nebraska natives to earn first-team All-America honors for the Huskers. Crouch also earned the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award while guiding Nebraska to the 2001 national championship game in the Rose Bowl.

Nebraska's first-team football All-Americans have joined the Huskers from 25 states and the District of Columbia. The state of Nebraska has grown 38 All-Americans who have claimed 43 first-team All-America certificates since North Platte native Vic Halligan captured NU's first award way back in 1914.

The state of Texas has added 10 All-Americans and 13 awards to Nebraska's rich tradition, while six Californians have earned national honors as Huskers. Nebraska's All-America tradition reaches from coast-to-coast, with All-Americans coming to the Cornhusker State from East Coast states such as New Jersey, Florida, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Washington, D.C.

From the West, Husker All-Americans have come from Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon and even Hawaii, while Nebraska has always attracted the best players in the nation from nearby Midwest states such as Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Wisconsin. The Huskers have also had success with players from the Southeast, including Louisiana and Tennessee.

Arizona (2 Players, 2 Awards)

  • Prince Amukamara, Defensive Back, 2010 (Glendale)
  • Mike Brown, Defensive Back, 1999 (Scottsdale)

California (6 Players, 6 Awards)

  • Ralph Brown, Defensive Back, 1999 (Hacienda Heights)
  • Vince Ferragamo, Quarterback, 1976 (Carson)
  • Bob Newton, Tackle, 1970 (LaMirada)
  • Jarvis Redwine, I-Back, 1980 (Inglewood)
  • Brenden Stai, Offensive Guard, 1994 (Yorba Linda)
  • Steve Taylor, Quarterback, 1987 (Fresno)

Colorado (1 Player, 1 Awards)

  • Dave Butterfield, Defensive Back, 1976 (Kersey)

District of Columbia (1 Player, 1 Award)

  • Jimmy Williams, Defensive End, 1981 (Washington, D.C.)

Florida (3 Players, 3 Awards)

  • Lavonte David, Linebacker, 2011 (Miami)
  • Tommie Frazier, Quarterback, 1995 (Bradenton)
  • Wonder Monds, Defensive Back, 1975 (Ft. Pierce)

Hawaii (2 Players, 2 Awards)

  • Toniu Fonoti, Offensive Guard, 2001 (Hauula)
  • Dominic Raiola, Center, 2000 (Honolulu)

Illinois (3 Players, 3 Awards)

  • Walter Barnes, Tackle, 1965 (Chicago)
  • Carlos Polk, Linebacker, 2000 (Rockford)
  • Ed Stewart, Linebacker, 1994 (Chicago)

Indiana (1 Player, 1 Award)

  • Jared Tomich, Rush End, 1995 (St. John)

Iowa (3 Players, 3 Awards)

  • Trev Alberts, Outside Linebacker, 1993 (Cedar Falls)
  • LaVerne Allers, Guard, 1966 (Davenport)
  • Bill Lewis, Center, 1985 (Sioux City)

Kansas (1 Player, 1 Award)

  • Sam Francis, Fullback, 1936 (Oberlin)

Louisiana (1 Player, 1 Award)

  • Neil Smith, Defensive Tackle, 1987 (New Orleans)

Michigan (2 Players, 3 Awards)

  • Wayne Meylan, Middle Guard, 1966, 1967 (Bay City)
  • Freeman White, End, 1965 (Detroit)

Minnesota (1 Player, 1 Award)

  • Larry Kramer, Tackle, 1964 (Austin)

Missouri (2 Players, 3 Awards)

  • Guy Chamberlin, End, 1915 (Blue Springs)
  • Grant Wistrom, Rush End, 1996, 1997 (Webb City)

Nebraska (38 Players, 43 Awards)

  • Warren Alfson, Guard, 1940 (Wisner)
  • George Andrews, Defensive End, 1978 (Omaha)
  • Joe Armstrong, Guard, 1968 (Beatrice)
  • Forrest Behm, Tackle, 1940 (Lincoln)
  • Rik Bonness, Center, 1974, 1975 (Bellevue)
  • Charles Brock, Center, 1937 (Columbus)
  • Bret Clark, Safety, 1984 (Nebraska City)
  • Eric Crouch, Quarterback, 2001 (Omaha)
  • Tom Davis, Center, 1977 (Omaha)
  • Lawrence Ely, Center, 1932 (Grand Island)
  • Mike Fultz, Defensive Tackle, 1976 (Lincoln)
  • Harry Grimminger, Offensive Guard, 1984 (Grand Island)
  • Vic Halligan, Tackle, 1914 (North Platte)
  • Alex Henery, Place-Kicker/Punter, 2010 (Omaha)
  • Russ Hochstein, Offensive Guard, 2000 (Hartington)
  • Jeff Kinney, I-Back, 1971 (McCook)
  • Kyle Larson, Punter, 2003 (Funk)
  • Bob Martin, Defensive End, 1974 (David City)
  • John McCormick, Offensive Guard, 1987 (Omaha)
  • Dan McMullen, Guard, 1928 (Belleville)
  • Jerry Minnick, Tackle, 1952 (Cambridge)
  • Jerry Murtaugh, Linebacker, 1970 (Omaha)
  • Derrie Nelson, Defensive End, 1980 (Fairmont)
  • Danny Noonan, Middle Guard, 1986 (Lincoln)
  • Tom Novak, Center, 1949 (Omaha)
  • Bobby Reynolds, Halfback, 1950 (Grand Island)
  • Hugh Rhea, Tackle, 1930 (Arlington)
  • Ray Richards, Tackle, 1929 (Pawnee City)
  • Dave Rimington, Center, 1981, 1982 (Omaha)
  • Johnny Rodgers, Winback, 1971, 1972 (Omaha)
  • George Sauer, Fullback, 1933 (Lincoln)
  • Jim Skow, Defensive Tackle, 1985 (Omaha)
  • Dean Steinkuhler, Offensive Guard, 1983 (Burr)
  • Lonnie Stiner, Tackle, 1926 (Hastings)
  • Mark Traynowicz, Center, 1984 (Bellevue)
  • Larry Wachholtz, Defensive Back, 1966 (North Platte)
  • Ed Weir, Tackle, 1924, 1925 (Superior)
  • Zach Wiegert, Offensive Tackle, 1994 (Fremont)

Nevada (1 Player, 1 Award)

  • Dave Humm, Quarterback, 1974 (Las Vegas)

New Jersey (5 Players, 8 Awards)

  • Irving Fryar, Wingback, 1983 (Mt. Holly)
  • Rich Glover, Middle Guard, 1971, 1972 (Jersey City)
  • Jason Peter, Defensive Tackle, 1997 (Locust)
  • Mike Rozier, I-Back, 1982, 1983 (Camden)
  • Daryl White, Offensive Tackle, 1972, 1973 (East Orange)

Ohio (4 Players, 5 Awards)

  • Bob Brown, Guard, 1963 (Cleveland)
  • Marvin Crenshaw, Offensive Tackle, 1974 (Toledo)
  • DeJuan Groce, Kick Returner, 2002 (Garfield Heights)
  • Willie Harper, Defensive End, 1971, 1972 (Toledo)

Oklahoma (1 Player, 1 Award)

  • Will Shields, Offensive Guard, 1992 (Lawton, Okla.)

Oregon (1 Player, 1 Award)

  • Ndamukong Suh, Defensive Tackle, 2009 (Portland, Ore.)

Pennsylvania (1 Player, 1 Award)

  • Fred Shirey, Tackle, 1937 (Latrobe)

South Dakota (3 Players, 3 Awards)

  • John Dutton, Defensive Tackle, 1973 (Rapid City)
  • Larry Jacobson, Defensive Tackle, 1971 (Sioux Falls)
  • Randy Schleusener, Offensive Guard, 1980 (Rapid City)

Tennessee (1 Player, 1 Award)

  • Josh Bullocks, Defensive Back, 2003 (Chattanooga)

Texas (10 Players, 13 Awards)

  • Kelvin Clark, Offensive Tackle, 1978 (Odessa)
  • Keyou Craver, Defensive Back, 2001 (Harleton)
  • Doug Glaser, Offensive Tackle, 1989 (Balch Springs)
  • Aaron Graham, Center, 1995 (Denton)
  • Travis Hill, Outside Linebacker, 1992 (Pearland)
  • Junior Miller, Tight End, 1979 (Midland)
  • Aaron Taylor, Center - 1996, Offensive Guard - 1997 (Wichita Falls)
  • Broderick Thomas, Outside Linebacker, 1987, 1988 (Houston)
  • Kenny Walker, Defensive Tackle, 1990 (Crane)
  • Jake Young, Center, 1988, 1989 (Midland)

West Virginia (1 Player, 1 Award)

  • Tony Jeter, End, 1965 (Weirton)

Wisconsin (1 Player, 1 Award)

  • Jerry Tagge, Quarterback, 1971 (Green Bay)