Seven Rebels, three Bulldogs named to 2015 All-SEC Team - MSNewsNow.com - Jackson, MS

Seven Rebels, three Bulldogs named to 2015 All-SEC Team

BIRMINGHAM (SECSports.com) – Alabama led the way with 10 representatives on the 2015 All-Southeastern Conference Coaches’ Football Teams, as the first and second team lists were announced Tuesday. The Crimson Tide, who won their second-straight SEC Championship on Saturday, had a conference-best seven first-team selections.

 

Thirteen of the 14 SEC schools placed a member on the first-team All-SEC squad, while 12 institutions boasted at least two total All-SEC selections. Alabama’s 10 total selections are the most since the Crimson Tide placed 11 and LSU landed 10 on the 2011 All-SEC Coaches’ Football Teams.

 

The 2015 lists present nine honorees who have made multiple appearances on the teams. Florida’s Vernon Hargreaves III earned first-team honors for the third-straight season, while Mississippi State’s Dak Prescott and South Carolina’s Pharoh Cooper both landed first-team laurels for the second-consecutive year. Three members of the first team made the jump from earning second-team honors in 2014, that list including Hunter Henry (Arkansas), Vadal Alexander (LSU) and Myles Garrett (Texas A&M).

 

Tennessee’s Derek Barnett and Florida’s Antonio Morrison both earned second-team honors for the second-straight season. Ole Miss’ Evan Engram has made consecutive showings on the All-SEC teams, landing first-team honors last season.

 

Coaches were not permitted to vote for their own players.

    

The SEC individual award winners will be released on Wednesday and the SEC All-Freshman Team will be announced on Thursday.

 

2015 Football All-SEC Teams

First Team All-SEC

OFFENSE

TE -  Hunter Henry, Arkansas

OL -  Sebastian Tretola, Arkansas

         Vadal Alexander, LSU

         Cam Robinson, Alabama

         John Theus, Georgia

C -    Ryan Kelly, Alabama

WR - Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss

         Fred Ross, Mississippi State

         Pharoh Cooper, South Carolina

QB - Dak Prescott, Mississippi State

RB - Derrick Henry, Alabama

        Leonard Fournette, LSU

AP -  Pharoh Cooper, South Carolina

 

DEFENSE

DL - Myles Garrett, Texas A&M

       Jonathan Allen, Alabama

       Jonathan Bullard, Florida

       A'Shawn Robinson, Alabama 

 

LB - Kentrell Brothers, Missouri

       Reggie Ragland, Alabama

       Zach Cunningham, Vanderbilt 

              

DB – Vernon Hargreaves III, Florida

         Eddie Jackson, Alabama

        Jalen Tabor, Florida

        Trae Elston, Ole Miss

           

SPECIAL TEAMS

PK –  Daniel Carlson, Auburn  

P –  Drew Kaser, Texas A&M

RS –  Evan Berry, Tennessee

Second Team All-SEC

OFFENSE

TE –  Evan Engram, Ole Miss  

OL –  Dominick Jackson, Alabama

          Shon Coleman, Auburn

          Dan Skipper, Arkansas

          Germain Ifedi, Texas A&M

C -   Ethan Pocic, LSU

WR – Calvin Ridley, Alabama

          Christian Kirk, Texas A&M

          De'Runnya Wilson, Mississippi State

QB - Chad Kelly, Ole Miss

RB - Alex Collins, Arkansas

       Jalen Hurd, Tennessee 

AP -  Christian Kirk, Texas A&M

  

DEFENSE

DL - Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss

       Marquis Haynes, Ole Miss

       Charles Harris, Missouri

       Derek Barnett, Tennessee 

LB - Leonard Floyd, Georgia

       Antonio Morrison, Florida

       Skai Moore, South Carolina 

DB –  Mike Hilton, Ole Miss

          Dominick Sanders, Georgia

          Tre'Davious White, LSU

          Jamal Adams, LSU

SPECIAL TEAMS

PK -  Taylor Bertolet, Texas A&M

         Adam Griffith, Alabama

P -   Johnny Townsend, Florida

RS –  Christian Kirk, Texas A&M

Powered by Frankly