Sport: TIME'S All-America Team: The Pros Pick 'Em

IN 1958, when TIME first asked the pro-football scouts to pick the top college players at each position, the experts agreed that Billy Cannon, L.S.U.'s much-publicized All-America halfback was just about the best ball carrier around. Their other favorite runner, though, was a surprising star from a lesser-known school: Dick Bass of College of the Pacific. Both players fulfilled their promise by running off with all-pro honors. This year, as in the past, the scouts' choices include a number of Saturday's heroes chosen for All-America honors, as well as a few small college...

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