UCLA Bruins running back Johnathan Franklin was named to the CBS Sports All-America Team, the site revealed on Monday.
The senior star was the only UCLA player named to the team, although the Pac-12 had solid representation -- accounting for four of the players on the offense.
Franklin had a season, and a college career, for the UCLA record books. He set two more records in the Pac-12 championship game, breaking Maurice Jones-Drew's career mark for all-purpose yards (4,688) and Karim Abdul-Jabbar's single-season team rushing record.
He has 1,700 rushing yards on the year with just 268 attempts -- good for an average of 6.3 yards per carry. He has nine games with over 100 yards rushing, the most in the nation. Franklin is ranked third in the Pac-12 in rush attempts, and second in the Pac-12 at total rushing yards. He has the second-most rushing yards since the year 2000 in the Pac-12, totaling 4,369 over his collegiate career.