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My 2015 Preseason All-SEC Team

College football is getting ever closer, and I for one am chomping at the bit for the new season particularly in the SEC.  It has been a quiet summer but promises of fall Saturdays keeps us in the South going.  So while your anticipating the new season, take a look at my preseason All-SEC team.  

Offense

QB Dak Prescott

Sr.

Mississippi State

League's top Heisman candidate; threw for 3,449 yards, rushed for almost a thousand more, and scored 42 touchdowns overall

RB Nick Chubb

So.

Georgia

Named to multiple CFB award watch lists; perfect blend of speed, power, and elusiveness; rushed for most yards last year (1,547) by a freshman at UGA since Herschel Walker

RB Leonard Fournette

So.

LSU

Explosive player who rushed for over a thousand yards last season; should be an even bigger contributor in LSU's run-heavy offense in 2015

WR Laquon Treadwell

Jr.

Ole Miss

Nasty season-ending injuries slowed down production; physical wide receiver still finished with over 600 yards receiving and 5 touchdowns; insane pro-prospect

WR  

Pharaoh Cooper

Jr. 

South Carolina

He can do it all at South Carolina and is their offense's biggest weapon; had 1,336 all-purpose yards and 11 touchdowns in '14

TE Evan Engram

Jr.

Ole Miss

Top pro-prospect at TE; second on team in receiving last season

C Ryan Kelly

Sr.

Alabama

Seasoned leader of offensive line at Alabama (enough said)

OL Cam Robinson

So.

Alabama

Started as a freshman at Alabama; big, physical tackle is among the best

OL Laremy Tunsil

Sr.

Ole Miss

Blue-chip prospect in high school that has proved he belongs in the SEC; NFL draft analysts' mouths are watering over this prospect

OL Greg Pyke

Jr. 

Georgia

Big-frame lineman that is an underrated component of UGA's talented offensive line; carried running back into end zone last fall

OL Dan Skipper

Jr.

Arkansas

Key component of one of the biggest and most physical lines anywhere

Vernon Hargreaves Leads the Florida Secondary

Defense

DL Carl Lawson

So.

Auburn

Freshman All-American in 2013; missed all of last season with injury; dangerous pass-rusher off the edge who's one of the best when he is healthy

DL Robert Nkemdiche

Jr.

Ole Miss

Physical speciman who absorbs double and triple teams to free up teammates to make plays, All-American in 2014, candidate for multiple CFB defensive awards

DL A'Shawn Robinson

Jr.

Alabama

one of the best at what he does in the country; finished with 49 tackles with 6.5 for loss, a forced fumble, a blocked PAT, etc.

DL Myles Garrett

So.

Texas A&M

Best end in the conference; Freshman All-American in 2014; considered a freak athlete; holds SEC sack record for a freshman

LB Kentrell Brothers

Sr.

Missouri

top returning tackler in conference with 122 last year

LB Reggie Ragland

Sr.

Alabama

hard-hitting leader of Tide defense who is a great run-stopper

LB Leonard Floyd

Jr. 

Georgia

athletic force off the edge who is a nightmare for opposing QBs

DB Vernon Hargreaves III

Jr.

Florida

Arguably the best corner in all of college football

DB Jonathan Jones

Sr.

Auburn

Had six interceptions in 2014

DB Cam Sutton

Jr.

Tennessee

speedy secondary player who is a contributor on special teams as well; registered 37 total tackles and 3 pics last season

DB Tony Conner

Sr.

Ole Miss

important member of one of 2014's top secondaries; had 69 tackles along with an interception


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