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1907 College Football All-America Team
1907 College Football All-America team is composed of various organizations that chose College Football All-America Teams that season. The organizations that chose the teams included selected by Collier's Weekly Walter Camp.
All-Americans of 1907
Albert Exendine of Carlisle.
, Navy Bill Dague (WC-1; NYT; CR)
, Yale Clarence Alcott (WC-1; CW-2; NYH; NYP; CF)
, Carlisle (College Football Hall of Fame) Albert Exendine (WC-2; CW-1; NYW; CR)
, Princeton Caspar Wister (WC-3; CW-1; NYH; NYT; NYW; NYP, AFR)
Hunter Scarlett, Penn (WC-2; FY-1) James Fox Macdonald, Harvard
Bob Blake, Vanderbilt (FY-1, AFR) Charles H. Watson, Cornell (CF)
, Penn Dexter Draper (WC-1; CW-1; NYH; NYT; CR)
, Yale Lucius Horatio Biglow (WC-1; CW-1; NYT; NYW; NYP; FY-1; CF; CR [g], AFR) Bill Horr, Syracuse
Bernard O'Rourke, Cornell (WC-2; CW-2; NYP; CF) Henry J. Weeks, Army
(WC-3; CW-2) Benjamin Lang, Dartmouth
Walter Rheinschild, Michigan (FY-1)
Daniel Pullen, Army (NYW) Edwin J. Donnelly, Trinity (CR)
, Penn Gus Ziegler (WC-1; CW-1; NYH; NYT; CF; CR, AFR)
, Army William Erwin (WC-1; CW-1; NYT; FY-1; CF) Edward Rich, Dartmouth
Elmer Thompson, Cornell (WC-2; CW-2; NYH; NYW; NYP; FY-1, AFR)
Francis Burr, Harvard (CW-2; NYP, AFR [as T])
William Goebel, Yale (WC-3) Walter Kreider, Swarthmore (WC-3)
is credited with inventing the spiral snap and the linebacker position.
Ted Coy of Yale.
, Yale (College Football Hall of Fame) Ted Coy (WC-2; CW-1 [hb]; NYH; NYP; FY-1; CF, CR, AFR)
, Princeton Jim McCormick (WC-1; CW-2; NYT; NYW)
, Carlisle Peter Hauser (WC-3 [hb]; CW-1; NYH [hb]) Bill Hollenback, Penn (College Football Hall of Fame) (WC-2; CW-2)
NCAA recognized selectors for 1907
New York Herald  NYT =
New York Tribune  NYW =
New York World (Robert Edgren)  NYP =
New York Press  FY =
Fielding H. Yost, football coach of the University of Michigan, for the North American Press Syndicate.  CF = Carl Flanders
 CR = Constant Reader
 AFR = Abilene Semi Weekly Farm Reporter. "selected not according to their weight, but their conception of the new game" 
Bold = Consensus All-American
1 – First-team selection
2 – Second-team selection
3 – Third-team selection
^ Referred to as "Tootsie" Douglass by the Atlanta Constitution, Dec. 6, 1907, article titled "
All-Star Place for Douglass: Tennessee Boy Picked as One of Country's Greatest Backs"
"Camp Selects His All American Team". Trenton Evening Times. December 27, 1903.
"Whitney Picks Out the Champ Eleven: All-American Eleven Taken from the East". La Crosse Tribune. December 26, 1907.
"Casper Whitney Shuns the West: Eleven Eastern Players Picked for All-American Eleven". Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette. December 26, 1907.
^ a b c d e f
"All-America Elevens Picked: Difference of Opinion by Experts; Biglow of Yale General Choice for Captain". The Hartford Courant. December 9, 1907. p. 14.
"COACH YOST AND HIS TEAM". Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette. December 2, 1907. ("Of all the football men in America, none has attained greater prominence
than Fielding H. Yost, who has coached the University of Michigan for six years. Yost's football vision is broad. His football judgment is superior. His football pre-eminence is generally accepted. It is thus a matter of considerable football moment when Mr. Yost breaks his previous precedence and names an all-American football team. This he has done for the North American Press Syndicate.")
"Outlook Is Blue". Abilene Semi Weekly Farm Reporter. November 23, 1907. p. 2 . Retrieved – via March 14, 2015 Newspapers.com.
"Football Award Winners" (PDF). National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). 2016. p. 6 . Retrieved . October 21, 2017