The college football season passed the midway point last weekend and media outlets have released midseason All-American lists. Three Alabama players have been recognized on the first or second teams by ESPN and CBS Sports.

ESPN.com only named a first team list but added analysis of each individual player. Among the 26 players featured, linebacker C.J. Mosley and safety Vinnie Sunseri were the only players representing the Crimson Tide.

Mark Schlabach described Mosley this way: "Mosley has become the on-field conductor of No. 1 Alabama's defense, and he has performed like a maestro this season."

Sunseri made the list because, "He isn't as physically gifted as teammates Ha Ha Clinton-Dix or Landon Collins, but he had a bigger impact in the first half of the season."

CBS Sports only named Sunseri to the first team from Alabama, but Mosley and quarterback AJ McCarron were a part of the second team.

While you wouldn't call a 6-0 start with wins over a couple of ranked teams a disappointment, but analysts had higher expectations on this Crimson Tide squad. On preseason All-American teams, ESPN had three Alabama players on the first team, CBS Sports had three, and Sports Illustrated had three along with two more on the second team.

Which Alabama player(s) do you think should get consideration for an All-American list after the first seven weeks of the season?