The thread that was started about special numbers made me start looking and while I couldn't find a list of All Americans and their numbers I did find this so just thought I would post it. Nacho Albergamo Charles Alexander Mike Anderson George Bevan James Britt Michael Brooks Billy Cannon Warren Capone Tommy Casanova Wendell Davis Robert Dugas Ronnie Estay Alan Faneca Kevin Faulk Sid Fournet Max Fugler John Garlington Greg Jackson Bradie James Bert Jones Ken Kavanaugh Chad Kessler Tyler Lafauci David Lafleur Todd McClure Anthony McFarland Eric Martin Fred Miller Doug Moreau Remi Prudhomme Josh Reed George Rice Albert Richardson Lance Smith Marvin (Moose) Stewart Jerry Stovall George Tarasovic Jimmy Taylor Gaynell (Gus) Tinsley Billy Truax Mike Williams Roy (Moonie) Winston Corey Webster Chad Lavalais Skyler Green Stephen Peterman My favorite all time is Tommy Casanova I guess but I would have about 10 or so more right behind him tied for second. Doug Moreau caught a lot of big passes when I was a kid growing up and John Garlington was a hell of D.E. at about 190lbs soaking wet. Mike Anderson was all over the field similar to Faulk and James. We have had some incredible receivers looking at this list and it doesn't include a lot of really great ones like Michael Clayton, D. Henderson, Andy Hamilton, Eddie Kennison, Todd Kinchen and Carlos Carson. I think Gus Tinsley and Moose Stewart were our first All Americans. Billy Truax went to Holy Cross High School and was foolwed by a bunch of cousins and kids. Jerry Stovall missed being our second Heisman winner by a few votes, McFarland was probably the most dominant D-lineman I've ever seen in a Tigah uniform. And of course the guys this year, which are unofficial as they aren't on the list yet at NickSaban.net, I've added on as they were on several teams.