Maxwell, Bednarik semifinalists announced

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2012 Maxwell Award Semifinalists

Player Pos College
Montee Ball Sr RB University of Wisconsin
Matt Barkley Sr QB University of Southern California
Kenjon Barner Sr RB University of Oregon
Giovani Bernard Soph RB University of North Carolina
Johnathan Franklin Sr RB UCLA
Mike Gillislee Sr RB University of Florida
Jarvis Jones Jr LB University of Georgia
Collin Klein Sr QB Kansas State University
Marqise Lee Soph WR University of Southern California
EJ Manuel Sr QB Florida State University
Johnny Manziel Fr QB Texas A&M University
AJ McCarron Jr QB University of Alabama
Braxton Miller Soph QB Ohio State University
Geno Smith Sr QB West Virginia University
Manti Te’o Sr LB University of Notre Dame
De’Anthony Thomas So RB/ATH University of Oregon

2012 Chuck Bednarik Award Semifinalists

Player Class Pos College
Johnthan Banks Sr DB Mississippi State University
Arthur Brown Sr LB Kansas State University
Jadeveon Clowney Soph DE University of South Carolina
Matt Elam Jr DB University of Florida
Khaseem Greene Sr LB Rutgers University
Johnathan Hankins Jr DL Ohio State University
Jarvis Jones Jr LB University of Georgia
Star Lotulelei Sr DL University of Utah
Dee Milliner Jr DB University of Alabama
Sam Montgomery Jr LB Louisiana State University
Damontre Moore Jr DL Texas A&M University
C.J. Mosley Jr LB University of Alabama
Jordan Poyer Sr DB Oregon State University
Will Sutton Jr DL Arizona State University
Manti Te’o Sr LB University of Notre Dame
Bjoern Werner Jr DL Florida State University

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