Manti Te'o earned first team AP All-American honors Wednesday, and is the only Notre Dame player on the publication's first team.
Stephon Tuitt, who was a CBS All-American as a defensive tackle (he plays defensive end) and an ESPN All American at his natural position, was beat out by Florida State's Bjoern Werner for the second AP first-team defensive end honor. South Carolina's Jadeveon Clowney is an across-the-board All American at the other defensive end slot.
Tyler Eifert was named a second-team All-American by the Associated Press, with Stanford's Zach Ertz garnering top honors. Braxston Cave was also named a third-team center to round out Notre Dame's representatives.
Alabama leads the pack with four representatives on the first team: guard Chance Warmack, center Barrett Jones, linebacker C.J. Mosley and cornerback Dee Milliner. Tackle D.J. Fluker is a second team rep and quarterback A.J. McCarron is on the third team.
Eifert was CBS' second-team tight end and Cave was its second-team center, while Louis Nix made the cut as a third-team defensive tackle.
The FWAA releases its All-American team Friday morning.