The 1915 College Football All-America team consists of American football players selected to the College Football All-America Teams selected by various organizations in 1915. The organizations that chose the teams included Collier's Weekly selected by Walter Camp.


All-Americans of 1915Edit

Eddie Mahan

Harvard's three-time All-American fullback Eddie Mahan was rated by Jim Thorpe as the best player he ever faced.

Guy Chamberlain

Nebraska's Guy Chamberlain


Pitt center Bob Peck with Hall of Fame football coach "Pop" Warner


  • Murray Shelton, Cornell (College Football Hall of Fame) (WC-1; FM-2; MON-2; PD-1; TC-1)
  • Guy Chamberlin, Nebraska (College and Pro Football Hall of Fame) (WE-1; FM-1; PD-1)
  • Bert Baston, Minnesota (College and Pro Football Hall of Fame) (WC-1; WE-2)
  • Bob Higgins, Penn State (College and Pro Football Hall of Fame) (WC-2; WE-2; FM-1; FY-1; MON-1; TC-1)
  • Jack "Red" Lamberton, Princeton (WE-1; FY-1)
  • Fred Heyman, Washington & Jefferson (WC-3; MON-1)
  • George Squier, Illinois (WC-3; FM-2)
  • Edward Soucy, Harvard (MON-2)
  • James Pat Herron, Pittsburgh (WC-2)




  • Bob Peck, Pittsburgh (College Football Hall of Fame) (WC-1; FM-1; MON-1; PD-1; TC-1)
  • Gib Cool, Cornell (WC-2; WE-1; FM-2; FY-1)
  • John McEwan, Army (WC-3; MON-2)
  • John Wesley "Jack" Watson, Illinois (WE-2)


  • Charley Barrett, Cornell (College Football Hall of Fame) (WC-1; WE-1; FM-1; FY-1; MON-1; PD-1; TC-1)
  • Don Watson, Harvard (WC-2)
  • Paul "Pete" Russell, Chicago (WC-3; WE-2; FM-2)
  • Miller, Columbia (MON-2)



  • Eddie Mahan, Harvard (College Football Hall of Fame) (WC-1; WE-1; FM-1; FY-1; MON-1; PD-1 [hb]; TC-1)
  • Edward H. Driggs, Princeton (PD-1)
  • Howard Talman, Rutgers (WC-2; MON-2)
  • Berryman, Penn State (WC-3)


  1. "Eck Puts Him On All-American". La Crosse Tribune. 1915-12-06.
  2. "Covers Wide Scope In Choosing His All-American Gridironers". The Washington Post. 1915-12-05.
  3. Fielding H. Yost (1915-12-04). "All-American Team of 1915 Strong and Brilliant In Any Style of Offensive Play". Fort Wayne News.
  4. "Monty Picks All-Star Team: Maulbetsch of Michigan Lands on Second Eleven; He is Only 'Westerner' to Be Honored by the Writer". Fort Wayne News. 1915-12-04.
  5. "Sporting Notes". Syracuse Herald. 1915-12-03.
  6. Tommy Clark (1915-12-05). "The All American Eleven for Season of 1915". The Lexington Herald.
  7. Consensus All-American designations based on the NCAA guide to football award winners
  8. "Camp Changes His All-America Team". Hamilton Daily Republican-News. 1915-12-30. (When Camp announced his team in mid-December, he placed Macomber on the first team and Oliphant on the second team. However, at the end of December 1915, Camp announced he was changing his selection to place Oliphant on the first team and Macomber on the second team.)

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