Season 16 Preseason All-SEC Teams

BY: Jeremy Perry (@Oneaccordjp)

In the eyes of many, the SEC is regarded as the best conference in the league. With the new season right around the corner, you should expect great match-ups week in and week out. Talented players help their team chase a championship, but the stand-out players will separate themselves from the rest. This collection of players is based on last season’s All-American team, All-Conference teams, and overall production at said positions.

Position 1st TeamTeam2nd TeamTeam
QBRyan RavenhillFlorida StateMoses KingKentucky
HBTaylor CopleyKentuckyDaven BrewerMiami
FBJuni WinterFlorida StateJameson EmanueleFlorida
WRTitus PriceAlabamaWillie HardiganKentucky
WRTucker QuirkKentuckyNick RenoFlorida
TECadbury WellingtonNorth CarolinaJB BellAlabama
DEGeorge YostMiamiMike DonlinGeorgia
DEJarod CookFlorida StateMiles MeloKentucky
DTJay GatesMiamiRaven RemingtonAuburn
DTIsrael Jordan WardKentuckyJeff KnightNorth Carolina
LBRyan SchultzKentuckyDevin RudisellPittsburgh
LBSmoke WyattKentuckyChance ThomasNorth Carolina
LBMaverick RiversFlorida StateRyder MearsAuburn
CBDJ BrooksKentuckyShawn AdamsGeorgia
CBJaye JohnsonGeorgiaTom ReisMiami
SZaveon MayMiamiColby Ray WalkerFlorida
SJakoby CobbWest VirginiaMatt JonesMiami
KLuca RiversFlorida StatePacer Smith-MillerKentucky
RETZaveon MayMiamiBlake ElderFlorida State
ADTom PenceFlorida StateDevan DavisKentucky
*2nd team FB is a freshman.


Kentucky has the most represented team on these teams. The Wildcats have eleven spots filled for preseason All-SEC honors with six of those eleven being 1st team. Florida State is tied with Kentucky with six 1st team representers. The Seminoles had seven total honorees, which ties them with Miami. Of the Hurricanes seven, four claim first-team honors. Florida, North Carolina, and Georgia all had three total honorees. The Bulldogs and Tar Heels each had one player make the first team. Following them in another tie was Alabama and Auburn with two. The in-state rivals combined for just one member of the first team. West Virginia and Pittsburgh each only had one representative. This rivalry also produced one first-teamer. Sophomores led the way with nineteen-player selections. They are followed by the Juniors with nine, Seniors had eight, and the only Freshman choice was Florida’s FB Jameson Emanuele.


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