Nebraska Football First-Team All-Americans
The Husker football program has a long tradition of All-Americans. Since 1914, Nebraska has produced 96 players who have collected a total of 110 first-team All-American awards. According to the NCAA, the Huskers' total of 54 consensus All-Americans ranks 10th among NCAA Division I-A schools and second among conference schools.

  - Alphabetical  -  By Position  -  By Home State 
  - Chronological: (1914-1967) l (1968-1979) l (1980-1994) l (1994-Present)

 

  

  #3 Keyuo Craver, 2001
  Defensive Back (Harleton, Texas)
  #4 LaVonte David, 2011 Linebacker (Miami, Fla.)

  #5 DeJuan Groce, 2002  
  Kick Returner (Garfield Heights, Ohio)

  #7 Eric Crouch, 2001 
  Quarterback (Omaha, Neb.)
  2001 Heisman Trophy
  #9 Steve Taylor, 1987
  Quarterback (Fresno, Calif.)
  #10 Bret Clark, 1984 
  Safety (Nebraska City, Neb.)
 #12 Bobby Reynolds, 1950  
  Halfback (Grand Island, Neb.)
  College Football Hall of Fame (1984)
 #12 Dave Humm, 1974 
  Quarterback (Las Vegas, Nev.)
  #12 Jarvis Redwine, 1980
  I-Back (Inglewood, Calif.)
  Originally a walk-on at Nebraska
  #13 Carlos Polk, 2000  
  Linebacker (Rockford, Ill.)
  #14 Jerry Tagge, 1971
  Quarterback (Green Bay, Wis.)
  #15 Vince Ferragamo, 1976
  Quarterback (Carson, Calif.)
  #15 Tommie Frazier, 1995
  Quarterback (Bradenton, Fla.)
  #19 Kyle Larson, 2003
  Punter (Funk, Neb.)
  Originally a walk-on at Nebraska
  #20 Johnny Rodgers, 1971-72
  Wingback (Omaha, Neb.)
  1972 Heisman Trophy
  College Football Hall of Fame (2000)
 #20 Josh Bullocks, 2003
  Defensive Back (Chattanooga, Tenn.)
  #21 Prince Amukamara, 2010
  Defensive Back (Glendale, Ariz.)
  #21 Mike Brown, 1999
  Defensive Back (Scottsdale, Ariz.)
  #22 Warren Alfson, 1940
  Guard (Wisner, Neb.)
 #22 Ralph Brown, 1999
  Defensive Back (Hacienda Heights, Calif.)
 #25 George Sauer, 1933
  Fullback (Lincoln, Neb.)
  College Football Hall of Fame (1954)

   #26 Wonder Monds, 1975
  Defensive Back (Ft. Pierce, Fla.)

  #27 Irving Fryar, 1983
  Wingback (Mt. Holly, N.J.)

 #30 Mike Rozier, 1982-83
  I-Back (Camden, N.J.)
  1983 Heisman Trophy
  College Football Hall of Fame (2006)
  #32 Ed Stewart, 1994
  Linebacker (Chicago, Ill.)
 #33 Forrest Behm, 1940
  Tackle (Lincoln, Neb.)
  College Football Hall of Fame (1988)
 
 #34 Dave Butterfield, 1976
  Defensive Back (Kersey, Colo.)
  #34 Trev Alberts, 1993
  Outside Linebacker (Cedar Falls, Iowa)
  1993 Butkus Award
 #35 Ed Weir, 1924-25
  Tackle (Superior, Neb.)
  College Football Hall of Fame (1951)
  #35 Jeff Kinney, 1971
  I-Back (McCook, Neb.)
  #36 Larry Wachholtz, 1966
  Defensive Back (North Platte, Neb.)
  #37 Lawrence Ely, 1932
  Center (Grand Island, Neb.)
  #38 Sam Francis, 1936
  Fullback (Oberlin, Kan.)
  College Football Hall of Fame (1977)
 #42 Jerry Murtaugh, 1970
  Linebacker (Omaha, Neb.)
  #43 Lonnie Stiner, 1926
  Tackle (Hastings, Neb.)
  #45 Fred Shirey, 1937
  Tackle (Latrobe, Pa.)
  #47 Ray Richards, 1929
  Tackle (Pawnee City, Neb.)
    #47 Charles Brock, 1937
  Center (Columbus, Neb.)
  #50 Dave Rimington, 1981-82
  Center (Omaha, Neb.)
  1981 & 1982 Outland Trophy
  1982 Lombardi Award
  College Football Hall of Fame (1997)
  #52 Tom Davis, 1977
  Center (Omaha, Neb.)
  #53 Hugh Rhea, 1930
  Tackle (Arlington, Neb.)
  #53 Randy Schleusener, 1980
  Offensive Guard (Rapid City, S.D.)
  #54 Rik Bonness, 1974-75
  Center (Bellevue, Neb.)
 #54 Aaron Graham, 1995
  Center (Denton, Texas)
  #54 Dominic Raiola, 2000
  Center (Honolulu, Hawaii)
  2000 Rimington Award
  #55 Jason Peter, 1997
  Defensive Tackle (Locust, N.J.)
  #55 Russ Hochstein, 2000
  Offensive Guard (Hartington, Neb.)
  #57 Mark Traynowicz, 1984
  Center (Bellevue, Neb.)
  #57 Kenny Walker, 1990
  Defensive Tackle (Crane, Texas)
 #58 Harry Grimminger, 1984
  Offensive Guard (Grand Island, Neb.)
  #60 Tom Novak, 1949 
  Center (Omaha, Neb.)
  #61 John McCormick, 1987 
  Offensive Guard (Omaha, Neb.)
  #64 Bob Brown, 1963 
  Guard (Cleveland, Ohio)
  College Football Hall of Fame (1993)
  Pro Football Hall of Fame (2004)
  #65 Joe Armstrong, 1968
  Guard (Beatrice, Neb.)
  #66 Dan McMullen, 1928
  Guard (Belleville, Neb.)
  #66 Wayne Meylan, 1966-67 
  Middle Guard (Bay City, Mich.)
  College Football Hall of Fame (1991)
  #66 Brenden Stai, 1994
  Offensive Guard (Yorba Linda, Calif.)
  #67 LaVerne Allers, 1966
  Guard (Davenport, Iowa)
 #67 Aaron Taylor, 1996-97
  Center, 1996; Offensive Guard, 1997
  (Wichita Falls, Texas)
  1997 Outland Trophy
  #68 Bill Lewis, 1985
  Center (Sioux City, Iowa)
 #68 Jake Young, 1988-89
  Center (Midland, Texas)
  #70 Doug Glaser, 1989 
  Offensive Tackle (Balch Springs, Texas)
  #71 Dean Steinkuhler, 1983 
  Offensive Guard (Burr, Neb.)
  1983 Outland Trophy
  1983 Lombardi Award
  #72 Daryl White, 1972-73
  Offensive Tackle (East Orange, N.J.)
  #72  Mike Fultz, 1976
  Defensive Tackle (Lincoln, Neb.)
  #72 Zach Wiegert, 1994
  Offensive Tackle (Fremont, Neb.)
  1994 Outland Trophy
  #73 Marvin Crenshaw, 1974
  Offensive Tackle (Toledo, Ohio)
  #73 Kelvin Clark, 1978
  Offensive Tackle (Odessa, Texas)
  #74 Bob Newton, 1970
  Tackle (LaMirada, Calif.)
  #75 Larry Kramer, 1964
  Tackle (Austin, Minn.)
  #75 Larry Jacobson, 1971
  Defensive Tackle (Sioux Falls, S.D.)
  1971 Outland Trophy
 #75 Will Shields, 1992
  Offensive Guard (Lawton, Okla.)
  1992 Outland Trophy
  College Football Hall of Fame  (2021)
  #76 Jerry Minnick, 1952
  Tackle (Cambridge, Neb.)
  #77 Walter Barnes, 1965
  Tackle (Chicago, Ill.)
#77 Toniu Fonoti, 2001
  Offensive Guard (Hauula, Hawaii)

  #79 Rich Glover, 1971-72
  Middle Guard (Jersey City, N.J.)
  1972 Outland & Lombardi Award
   College Football Hall of Fame (1995)
 #81 Willie Harper, 1971-72
  Defensive End (Toledo, Ohio)
  #84 Tony Jeter, 1965
  End (Weirton, W.Va.)
  #85 Freeman White, 1965
  End (Detroit, Mich.)
 #87 Bob Martin, 1975
  Defensive End (David City, Neb.)
  #89 Junior Miller, 1979
  Tight End (Midland, Texas)
  #89 Broderick Thomas, 1987-88
  Outside Linebacker (Houston, Texas)
  #90 John Dutton, 1973
  Defensive Tackle (Rapid City, S.D.)
   #90 Alex Henery, 2010
  Place-Kicker (Omaha, Neb.)
  Originally a walk-on at Nebraska
  #92 Derrie Nelson, 1980
  Defensive End (Fairmont, Neb.)
  Originally a walk-on at Nebraska
  #93 Travis Hill, 1992
  Outside Linebacker (Pearland, Texas)
 #93 Ndamukong Suh, 2009
  Defensive Tackle (Portland, Ore.)
  2009 Outland Trophy  - 2009 Lombardi Award
  2009 Nagurski Award - 2009 Bednarik Award
    #93 Jared Tomich, 1995
  Rush End (St. John, Ind.)
  Originally a walk-on at Nebraska

  #95 Danny Noonan, 1986
  Middle Guard (Lincoln, Neb.)

  #96 George Andrews, 1978
  Defensive End (Omaha, Neb.)

  #96 Jimmy Williams, 1981 
  Defensive End (Washington, D.C.)
  Originally a walk-on at Nebraska

  #96 Jim Skow, 1985
  Defensive Tackle (Omaha, Neb.)

  #98 Grant Wistrom, 1996-97
  Rush End (Webb City, Mo.)
  1997 Lombardi Award
  College Football Hall of Fame (2009)
#99 Neil Smith, 1987
  Defensive Tackle (New Orleans, La.)
  No Number Vic Halligan, 1914
  Tackle (North Platte, Neb.)
  No Number Guy Chamberlin, 1915
  End (Blue Springs, Neb.)
  College Football Hall of Fame (1962)