Walter Camp All-American M.I.A.

Walter Camp All-American M.I.A.

Walter Camp All-American M.I.A

 Stanford running back Bryce Love.

Stanford running back Bryce Love.

By Earl Heath, Contributing Sports Writer

Being a Walter Camp All-American is special. It’s the oldest All-American team there is, having originated in 1890.

Stanford’s Bryce Love was named to last years first team as a running back after racking up 2,118 yards for the Cardinal. So when they opened up this year's Pac-12 media day in Hollywood, Love was a shoe-in to come along with head coach Dennis Shaw.

Love still missed media day this time due to the classroom. “I really wanted to be there and represent the university,” Love stated to a publication, “But I decided I just wasn’t able to make it happen this year. Based on other commitments, trying to graduate in December, required me to take more classes during the summer.”  

Love would have been a first round pick and made NFL millions. He decided to play another year at Stanford and keep taking classes there. 

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