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.
Bastian Schweinsteiger's time with Manchester United wound down with him being essentially frozen out of the team for an extended period, but he was still happy to see his former teammates win a European trophy on Wednesday.
Man U beat Ajax 2-0 to win the Europa League final in Stockholm. The win sealed a berth in next year's Champions League for the Red Devils.
Despite the way Schweinsteiger's tenure in England ended, the German midfielder has still said positive things about the club since leaving for the Chicago Fire in March. He tweeted out a good luck message to the team ahead of the final.
Paul Pogba scored in the first half and Henrikh Mkhitaryan scored in the second half to seal United's win and the trophy to end a season that included a sixth-place finish in the Premier League.
Schweinsteiger didn't play in any Premier League matches this season, but his last appearance for the Manchester club was as a subtitute in the Europa League round of 32 at French club Saint-Etienne.
Training with the Fire on Wednesday kept him from watching the whole final, but he said he did watch what he could.
“I’m happy for United," Schweinsteiger said after the Fire's 2-1 win against Dallas. "I’m happy for them. They are a good team and I’m happy they can play in Champions League next year.”