The 2021 college football season ended 10 days ago, but it’s never too early to have some fun and take a look at who might be the impact players in 2022.

FOX Sports college football analyst RJ Young has been releasing “way-too-early” lists taking a look at how the 2022 season may shake out. His Top 25 rankings had 5 Big Ten teams on it, led by Ohio State at No. 2 and Michigan at No. 5.

Young was at it again on Thursday his way-too-early All-American list for 2022 was released, which you can see below:

The B1G had plenty of representation on this list on both sides of the ball. On offense, 4 Ohio State players—quarterback C.J. Stroud, running back Treveyon Henderson, wide receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba, and offensive lineman Paris Johnson Jr.—along with Wisconsin running back Braelon Allen made the list. Defensively, Buckeyes defensive end Jack Sawyer and cornerback Denzel Burke made Young’s list, as did Michigan State linebacker Cal Haladay.

What impact will these players have on the football field in the upcoming season? While it’s still just over 8 months away, it will be here before you know it.