The Sporting News Wednesday released its 2023 All-America Team, and like the Associated Press, named six Alabama players.

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As a result, edge rusher Dallas Turner is now  a consensus All-American.

The Sporting News has corner Kool-Aid McKinstry and Turner as first-teamers.

Corner Terrion Arnold, safety Caleb Downs, offensive tackle JC Latham and kicker Will Reichard were named to the seond unit.

Since The Sporting News is one of five outlets that determine consensus All-American status, Turner is now a consensus All-American. McKinstry needs to be named an AFCA first-team All-American in order to also receive consensus distinction. That organization has not yet made its choices public.

Jimmie Mitchell/SEC
Jimmie Mitchell/SEC

Due to the fact that no Crimson Tide player was named a first-team All-American by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, Alabama will not have a unanimous All-American for the first time since 2019.

Here's a comprehensive list of who's been named AA thus far, per On3:

Walter Camp: JC Latham (2nd), Kool-Aid McKinstry (2nd), Dallas Turner (2nd)
FWAA: Dallas Turner (1st), JC Latham (2nd)
AP: Terrion Arnold (1st), Kool-Aid McKinstry (1st), Dallas Turner (1st), Caleb Downs (2nd), JC Latham (2nd), Will Reichard (3rd)
Sporting News: Kool-Aid McKinstry (1st), Dallas Turner (1st), Terrion Arnold (2nd), Caleb Downs (2nd), JC Latham (2nd), Will Reichard (2nd)

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