Student Media Poll announces 2022 football voting roster

The Student Media Poll (SMP) is excited to announce its full voting roster for the 2022 college football season.

In the SMP’s second year, 122 student journalists from universities and publications across all FBS conferences, 34 states and 69 schools will have ballots for the 2022 football season. Of the 122 voters, 77 are new and 45 are returning from 2021.

The SMP’s 2022 Preseason Football Poll will be released Wednesday, August 10, at 12 P.M. Eastern Time. During the season, polls release between 12 P.M. and 1 P.M. Eastern Time on Sunday afternoons.

The full voting roster is listed below in alphabetical order by first name:

Adam Jasper, USC
Aidan Gallardo, Ole Miss
Aidan Thomas, Notre Dame
Andrew Harrington, Iowa State
Anthony Gharib, USC
Anthony Miranda, Nevada
Ashlee Woods, Alabama
Ashley Beach, Ohio
Austin Lindsey, Southern Mississippi
Ben Chasen, Northwestern
Ben Epstein, Western Michigan
Bishop Van Buren, Texas Tech
Blake Byler, Alabama
Bradley Locker, Northwestern
Braidon Nourse, Colorado State
Brandon Haynes, Missouri
Bryan Pyrtle, North Carolina State
Bryce Smith, Vanderbilt
Calvin White, Middle Tennessee State
Cameron Burnett, Appalachain State
Christian Booher, Central Michigan
Christian Byers, Eastern Michigan
Christian Voskuil, Wisconsin
Christina Huang, Texas
Cole Peterson, Nebraska
Cole Wozniak, Wisconsin
Colin Wright, Indiana
Colton Copeland, Kansas State
Connor Lothrop, Virginia
Corbin Hubert, Ball State
Dalton Coppola, Pitt
Daniel Kehn, Ball State
Dima Mixon, Southern Mississippi
DJ Cadden, Georgia Southern
Dylan McCoy, Rutgers
Dylan Sanders, LSU
Eli McKown, Michigan State
Ells Boone, Stanford
Em Adler, Duke
Essex Thayer, Wake Forest
Ethan Kilbreath, Washington
Ethan McDowell, Emerson (covers North Carolina State)
Ethan Pearce, Utah
Evan Gerike, Indiana
Gabe Trevino, Oklahoma State
Gaby Carroll, Northwestern
Gavin Dorsey, Northwestern
Gavin Struve, Nebraska
Grant Johnson, James Madison
J.J. Post, Notre Dame
Jack Duffey, Georgia
Jack Purdy, Georgia Tech
Jackson Janes, Illinois (holds board position but will not vote)
Jackson Payne, BYU
Jacob Benge, Ohio State
Jalen Robinson, Nevada
James Mueller, Houston
Jared Greenspan, Michigan
Jarrett Ramirez, Texas Tech
Jason Richburg, Georgia State
Jason Williams, Alabama
Jibriel Taha, Stanford
Joe Macheca, South Carolina
Jonathan Alday, Illinois
Jonathan Levitan, Duke
Jordan Epp, Texas A&M
Josh Taubman, Michigan
Justin Apodaca, Texas Tech
Justin Robertson, Clemson
Kaleb Boyer, Penn State
Kelsey Middleton, Nevada
Kole Emplit, Ohio State
Krissy Birdsall, Wisconsin
Landon Bartlett, Cincinnati
Lanie De La Milerea, South Florida
Liam Fitzgibbon, SMU
Liam Rooney, FIU
Luke Chaney, Miami (FL)
Madison Hricik, James Madison
Matt Kennedy, Minnesota
Megan Gentile, Boston College
Michael Haag, Baylor
Michael Hull, Florida
Michael Sauls, South Carolina
Mike Vestey, Miami (OH)
Molly Burchard, Ohio
Nathan Swaffar, Kansas
Nicholas Stoll, Michigan
Nicky Wolcott, Maryland
Noah Ferguson, Maryland
Patrick Felts, Indiana
Peter Rauterkus, LSU
PJ Morales, North Carolina
Reece Nagaoka, Hawaii
Reed Darcey, LSU
Reid Murray, Ohio State
Ronan Briscoe, Middle Tennessee State
Ryan Haley, Florida
Sam Harrigan, Wisconsin
Sam Settleman, UCLA
Sam Sklar, Michigan State
Sam Taylor, Washington State
Sean Chase, Central Michigan
Skyler Kisellus, Northern Illinois
Spencer Raines, Michigan
Steven Iwanek, Bowling Green
Stratton Stave, UConn
Stuart Steele, Georgia
Talia Goodman, Indiana
Tanner Haworth, Hawaii
Tanner Marlar, Mississippi State
Taylor Alderson, Arkansas
Tony Liebert, Minnesota
Tristan Tucker, North Carolina State
Tyler Danburg, Ohio State
Varun Shankar, Maryland
Wade Bowman, North Carolina State
Walker Smith, Arizona State
Will Cunningham, Ohio
Will Foley, Indiana
Will Fuss, Georgia Tech
Zach Anderson, West Virginia
Zachary Crain, North Carolina

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