Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry of Alabama and finalists Deshaun Watson of Clemson and Christian McCaffrey of Stanford highlight the Associated Press All-America team.

The team released Sunday features Henry and Leonard Fournette of LSU as first-team running backs. Watson is the quarterback on the first team. McCaffrey, who set an NCAA record for all-purpose yards this season, made the first team as an all-purpose player.

No. 2 Alabama and No. 18 Baylor have the most players on the first team with three apiece. Joining Henry from Alabama are linebacker Reggie Ragland and defensive lineman A'Shawn Robinson. Baylor is represented by receiver Corey Coleman, offensive tackle Spencer Drango and defensive tackle Andrew Billings.

Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield is the second team quarterback and Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds made third team.

Clemson (Watson and defensive end Shaq Lawson), Stanford (McCaffrey and guard Joshua Garnett) and Ohio State (safety Vonn Bell and tackle Taylor Decker) each had two players on the first team.

The Southeastern Conference had the most players on the first team with six, followed by the Big Ten with five, including Penn State defensive end Carl Nassib.

See the complete teams on C7.

Ole Miss star in hospital after fall off wall

Police said star Mississippi defensive end Robert Nkemdiche was hospitalized after falling from a wall at an Atlanta hotel.

Department spokeswoman Kim Jones said it appears that 21-year-old Nkemdiche broke a hotel room window, walked about 15 feet, climbed over a wall and fell roughly 15 feet late Saturday night. Jones says Nkemdiche was alert and conscious when emergency responders arrived and he was taken to the hospital.

Authorities found what appeared to be a small amount of marijuana in Nkemdiche's room and he was hospitalized in stable condition.

The 6-foot-4, 296-pound Nkemdiche is considered a potential first-round NFL draft pick this spring. He was the consensus top recruit in the country three years ago, anchored the Rebels' defensive line this season and was selected to the AP All-America second team Sunday.

• Penn State hired Joe Moorhead as its new offensive coordinator. The former Fordham coach replaces John Donovan, who was fired following the Nittany Lions' loss in the regular-season finale against Michigan State.


Wadkins win father/son event

Lanny and Tucker Wadkins won the PNC Father/Son Challenge with an eagle on the first hole of a four-team playoff. Tucker Wadkins made the 40-foot eagle putt on the par-5 18th at Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando. The Wadkins closed with a 9-under 63 to match Davis and Dru Love, Larry and Drew Nelson, and Fred and Taylor Funk at 20 under in the scramble tournament. The Nelsons and Funks shot 62, and the Loves had a 63, with all four teams making birdie on the 18th in regulation.


Speedskating: Heather Richardson-Bergsma edged American teammate Brittany Bowe to win the women's 1,500 meters at the speedskating World Cup meet in Theerenveen, Netherlands. Joey Mantia made it a U.S. double by winning the men's 1,500 to take the overall World Cup lead.

Women's skiing: Former junior world champion Petra Vlhova took advantage of Mikaela Shiffrin's absence to win the first World Cup race of her career by taking a slalom in Are, Sweden. Shiffrin flew home to the United States for tests on her right knee after crashing while warming up for Saturday's giant slalom race. Overall World Cup leader Lindsey Vonn also sat out, as she no longer races slalom.

Men's skiing: Henrik Kristoffersen won a World Cup slalom race in Val d'isere, France, beating Marcel Hirscher by 1.09 seconds.

Soccer: Crystal Dunn and Christen Press scored and the Women's World Cup-winning U.S. national team beat China 2-0 in an exhibition.