Many other sports writers, newspapers, coaches and others also selected All-America teams in 1910. The Philadelphia Inquirer published a consensus All-America team based on the first-team All-America selections made by 25 football experts.
The only two individuals who have been recognized as "official" selectors by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) for the 1908 season are Walter Camp and Caspar Whitney, who had originated the College Football All-America Team 14 years earlier in 1889. In its official listing of "Consensus All-America Selections," the NCAA designates players who were selected by either Camp or Whitney as "consensus" All-Americans. Using this criteria, the NCAA recognizes 16 players as "consensus" All-American for the 1908 football season. The consensus All-Americans are identified in bold on the list below ("All-Americans of 1908").
All-American selections for 1908
Hunter Scarlett, Penn (College Football Hall of Fame) (WC-1; CON-1 ; ERB-1 ; NYW; PI; FY; TT; NYG; CSM; NYET; BSU; BP; PD; TJ; KCJ; PP; PT; PES; WH; FC)
CON = Consensus based on All-American teams selected by 25 football experts; number indicates how many of the 25 experts selected the individual as a first-team All-American; any player with at least 5 of 25 selections is listed hear as a second-team selection: CON-2
ERB = Composite All-America team selected by E. R. Bushnell based on aggregating the opinions of 30 football critics; number indicates how many of the 30 critics selected the individual as a first-team All-American