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2014 SEC Media Days All-SEC Teams

Jul 17, 2014
SEC Network
Photo: Todd Van Emst

2014 Pre-Season Media Days All-SEC Team

First-Team Offense
Position
Name/School
Points
QB
Nick Marshall, Auburn
241
RB
T.J. Yeldon, Alabama
281
RB
Todd Gurley, Georgia
280
WR
Amari Cooper, Alabama
282
WR
Sammie Coates, Auburn
207
TE
O.J. Howard, Alabama
188
OL
La'el Collins, LSU
231
OL
Arie Kouandjio, Alabama
188
OL
Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss
183
OL
Cedric Ogbuehi, Texas A&M
174
C
Reese Dismukes, Auburn
226

Second-Team Offense

Position
Name/School
Points
QB
Dak Prescott, Mississippi State
118
RB
Mike Davis, South Carolina
240
RB
Alex Collins, Arkansas
126
WR
Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss
182
WR
Malcolm MItchell, Georgia
71
TE
C.J. Uzomah, Auburn
141
OL
A.J. Cann, South Carolina
166
OL
Vadal Alexander, LSU
112
OL
Alex Kozan, Auburn
112
OL
Corey Robinson, South Carolina
107
C
Ryan Kelly, Alabama
126

Third-Team Offense

Position
Name/School
Points
QB
Bo Wallace, Ole Miss
94
RB
Corey Grant, Auburn
52
RB
Keith Marshall, Georgia
44
WR
Jameon Lewis, Mississippi State
67
WR
Marquez North, Tennessee
66
TE
Hunter Henry, Arkansas
72
OL
Austin Shepherd, Alabama
106
OL
Chad Slade, Auburn
101
OL
John Theus, Georgia
96
OL
Chaz Green, Florida
94
C
Evan Boehm, Missouri
77

First-Team Defense

Position
Name/School
Points
DL
Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss
239
DL
Dante Fowler, Jr., Florida
212
DL
A'Shawn Robinson, Alabama
208
DL
Gabe Wright, Auburn
192
LB
Trey DePriest, Alabama
253
LB
A.J. Johnson, Tennessee
186
LB
Ramik Wilson, Georgia
147
DB
Landon Collins, Alabama
274
DB
Vernon Hargreaves, III, Florida
243
DB
Cody Prewitt, Ole Miss
210
DB
Deshazor Everett, Texas A&M
183

Second-Team Defense

Position
Name/School
Points
DL
Trey Flowers, Arkansas
181
DL
Chris Jones, Mississippi State
150
DL
Alvin "Bud" Dupree, Kentucky
134
DL
Markus Golden, Missouri
125
LB
Benardrick McKinney, Mississippi State
143
LB
Jordan Jenkins, Georgia
137
LB
Denzel Nkemdiche, Ole Miss
116
DB
Robenson Therezie, Auburn
274
DB
Tre'Davious White, LSU
141
DB
Damian Swann, Georgia
127
DB
Tony Conner, Ole Miss
116

Third-Team Defense

Position
Name/School
Points
DL
Ray Drew, Georgia
102
DL
Montravious Adams, Auburn
94
DL
Carl Lawson, Auburn
87
DL
Jermauria Rasco, LSU
79
LB
Kwon Alexander, LSU
112
LB
Cassanova McKinzy, Auburn
82
LB
Serderius Bryant, Ole Miss
76
DB
Jon Mincy, Auburn
99
DB
Corey Thompson, LSU
86
DB
Rashard Robinson, LSU
84
DB
Brison Williams, South Carolina
81

First-Team Specialists

Position
Name/School
Points
P
Drew Kaser, Texas A&M
221
PK
Marshall Morgan, Georgia
224
RS
Christion Jones, Alabama
262
AP
Christion Jones, Alabama
130

Second-Team Specialists

Position
Name/School
Points
P
Sam Irwin-Hill, Arkansas
136
PK
Colby Delahoussaye, LSU
142
RS
Andre Debose, Florida
97
AP
Terrence Magee, LSU
111

Third-Team Specialists

Position
Name/School
Points
P
Jaime Keehn, LSU
81
PK
Andrew Baggett, Missouri
103
RS
Marcus Murphy, Missouri
72
AP
Trey Williams, Texas A&M
89

Predicted Order of Finish - SEC Championship

School
Points
Alabama
154
Auburn
75
South Carolina
32
Georgia
19
LSU
9
Ole Miss
2
Arkansas
1
Mississippi State
1

Predicted Order of Finish - Eastern Division

School
Points
South Carolina
1895
Georgia
1777
Florida
1362
Missouri
1263
Tennessee
893
Vanderbilt
619
Kentucky
395

Predicted Order of Finish - Western Division

School
Points
Alabama
1915
Auburn
1735
LSU
1453
Ole Miss
1069
Mississippi State
890
Texas A&M
791
Arkansas
351

NOTES:

- Official attendance at 2014 SEC Media Days will be released later today.
- 293 voters is an all-time high for SEC media days. The previous high was 243 in 2013.
- The top vote-getters in 2014 were Amari Cooper (Alabama), T.J. Yeldon (Alabama) and Todd Gurley (Georgia). All three were voted to the preseason media team as well in 2013.
- Since 2000, Arkansas' Darren McFadden is the only unanimous selection to the SEC Media Days Team, collecting all 80 votes that year.
- Alabama had the most first-team selections this season with nine. Since 1992, the most players on a first-team were also nine by Alabama in 2011 and eight by Alabama (2010) and Florida (2009).