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Jeff Blake-USA TODAY Sports
Chris Low with ESPN released his SEC all-BCS-era team. Check it out:

*To be eligible, a player had to have played at least one season in the SEC at any time between 1998 and 2013. More weight was given to those players who had longer careers and displayed consistency over the course of their careers.

OFFENSE:
QB -- Tim Tebow, Florida
RB -- Mark Ingram, Alabama
RB -- Darren McFadden, Arkansas
WR -- A.J. Green, Georgia
WR -- Josh Reed, LSU
TE -- Jason Witten, Tennessee
AP -- Percy Harvin, Florida
OL -- Shawn Andrews, Arkansas
OL -- Barrett Jones, Alabama
OL -- Marcus McNeill, Auburn
OL -- Chris Samuels, Alabama
C -- Maurkice Pouncey, Florida

DEFENSE:
DL -- Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina
DL -- Glenn Dorsey, LSU
DL -- John Henderson, Tennessee
DL -- David Pollack, Georgia
LB -- C.J. Mosley, Alabama
LB -- Patrick Willis, Ole Miss
LB -- Al Wilson, Tennessee
CB -- Champ Bailey, Georgia
CB -- Patrick Peterson, LSU
S -- Mark Barron, Alabama
S -- Eric Berry, Tennessee

SPECIAL TEAMS:
PK -- Billy Bennett, Georgia
P -- Dustin Colquitt, Tennessee
RS -- Derek Abney, Kentucky
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

Comments

10 Comments
Reed: 3,001 career yards, 17 TD's, averaged 100 yards receiving for every game he played at WR

Green: 2,562 career yards, 23 TD's, averaged 80 yards receiving for every game he played at WR

Jones: 2,653 career yards, 15 TD's, averaged 66 yards receiving for every game he played at WR

I'd put Alshon Jeffrey, Dwayne Bowe, Earl Bennett, and Jabar Gaffney on that list due to their college production before I even considered Jones.
Reply27 months
No Laron Landry?
Reply28 months
I think he nailed the defense. The offense is pretty meh though.
Reply28 months
No JFF? Let the butthurt begin....
Reply28 months
No Trindon Holliday as RS?!?!?!
Reply28 months
Aaron Murray > Tim Tebow
Reply28 months
Mark Ingram? LULZ.
Reply28 months
Tim Tebow? :lol:
Reply28 months
not sure about Baron
Reply28 months
No Julio Jones? Um, ok.
Reply28 months
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