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LSU had a total of eleven players named to the All-SEC Coaches Team on Tuesday, with six on the first team, and five on the second team.

First Team:
C Lloyd Cushenberry
WR Ja'Marr Chase
QB Joe Burrow
RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire
LB K'Lavon Chaisson
DB Grant Delpit

Second Team:
OL Damien Lewis
DL Rashard Lawrence
DB Derek Stingley Jr.
DB JaCoby Stevens
RS Clyde Edwards-Helaire

Per LSU:

LSU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

For Immediate Release - December 10, 2019

LSU LANDS 11 PLAYERS ON COACHES’ ALL-SEC TEAM


BATON ROUGE – Southeastern Conference Champion LSU landed 11 players, including record-setting quarterback Joe Burrow, wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase and running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire, on the 2019 All-SEC Coaches’ Team, the league office announced on Tuesday.

The All-SEC Coaches’ Team is determined by a vote of league’s 14 coaches. Coaches are not permitted to vote for their own players.

In all, the Tigers had six players on the first team along with six selections on the second team. Joining Burrow, Chase and Edwards-Helaire on the first team were junior center Lloyd Cushenberry, sophomore outside linebacker K’Lavon Chaisson and junior safety Grant Delpit.

LSU was represented on the second team by a pair of offensive linemen in seniors Adrian Magee and Damien Lewis, senior defensive end Rashard Lawrence, junior safety Jacoby Stevens, and true freshman cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. Edwards-Helaire earned a spot on the All-SEC second team as a return specialist.

Burrow, a finalist for the Heisman Trophy, set nearly every LSU passing record in 2019 as he guided the Tigers to a 13-0 mark and No.1 national ranking. Burrow became the first player in SEC history to throw for 4,000 yards and 40 touchdowns in the same season as he completed 342-of-439 passes for an SEC record 4,715 yards and a league record 48 touchdowns.

Burrow, who is 23-3 as LSU’s starting quarterback, directed the Tigers to a record five wins over Top 10 teams in 2019. He threw for 300 or more yards 11 times and had at least four TD passes in seven games. He set the school-record with six touchdown passes in a win over Vanderbilt.

Chase, a sophomore from Metairie, tied the SEC record for touchdown receptions with 18 in 2019. He led the SEC in receiving yards with 1,498 on 73 catches. Chase is the only player in LSU history with two 200-yard receiving games during the regular season.

Edwards-Helaire, a junior from Baton Rouge, finished second in the SEC in rushing yards with 1,290 and he led the league in rushing touchdowns with 16. Edwards-Helaire averaged 99.2 rushing yards per game and he rushed for 100 or more yards six times in 2019. He also led the league in all-purpose yards with 1,903 and ranked No. 2 in the conference in all-purpose yards per game with a 146.4 average.

Cushenberry started all 13 games at center for an LSU offense that set the school record for points (621), points per game (47.8) and total offense (7,206). Cushenberry, along with Lewis and Magee, who also started every game on the offensive line for the Tigers, helped pave the way for the first team in SEC history to feature a 4,000-yard passer, a 1,000-yard rusher and two 1,000-yard receivers.

Delpit, a finalist for the Thorpe Award, earned first team All-SEC for the second straight year. He’s fourth on the team with 56 tackles to go along with 3.0 tackles for loss, one sack and two pass interceptions.

Chaisson, a sophomore from Houston, led the Tigers with 11.5 tackles for loss to go with 52 tackles and 4.5 sacks.

The All-SEC second team featured three LSU defenders in Lawrence (23 tackles, 5.0 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks), Stevens, who was named the SEC Defensive Player of the Week three times this year and Stingley, who led the SEC in both interceptions (6) and passes defended (21).

Stevens finished second on the team with 82 tackles to go with 8.5 tackles for loss, 5.0 sacks and three interceptions. Stingley, who was named SEC Newcomer of the Year by the AP on Monday, tallied 34 tackles.


2019 All-SEC Coaches' Team
FIRST TEAM


OFFENSE
TE

Kyle Pitts, Florida

OL
Andrew Thomas, Georgia
Jedrick Wills Jr., Alabama
Alex Leatherwood, Alabama
Trey Smith, Tennessee

C
Lloyd Cushenberry, LSU

WR
Ja'Marr Chase, LSU
Jerry Jeudy, Alabama

QB
Joe Burrow, LSU

RB
Clyde Edwards-Helaire, LSU
D'Andre Swift, Georgia

AP
Lynn Bowden Jr., Kentucky

DEFENSE
DL

Derrick Brown, Auburn
Marlon Davidson, Auburn
Jonathan Greenard, Florida
Javon Kinlaw, South Carolina

LB
Anfernee Jennings, Alabama
K'Lavon Chaisson, LSU
Nick Bolton, Missouri

DB
J.R. Reed, Georgia
Grant Delpit, LSU
Xavier McKinney, Alabama
CJ Henderson, Florida

SPECIAL TEAMS

PK
Rodrigo Blankenship, Georgia

P
Braden Mann, Texas A&M

RS
Jaylen Waddle, Alabama

SECOND TEAM

OFFENSE
TE
Albert Okwuegbunam, Missouri

OL
Logan Stenberg, Kentucky
Adrian Magee, LSU
Prince Tega Wanogho, Auburn
Damien Lewis, LSU

C
Landon Dickerson, Alabama

WR
DeVonta Smith, Alabama
Bryan Edwards, South Carolina

QB
Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama

RB
Kylin Hill, Mississippi State
Najee Harris, Alabama

AP
Jaylen Waddle, Alabama

DEFENSE
DL
Raekwon Davis, Alabama
Benito Jones, Ole Miss
Rashard Lawrence, LSU
Tyler Clark, Georgia

LB
Daniel Bituli, Tennessee
K.J. Britt, Auburn
Terrell Lewis, Alabama

DB
Derek Stingley, LSU
Trevon Diggs, Alabama
Nigel Warrior, Tennessee
Jacoby Stevens, LSU

SPECIAL TEAMS

PK
Brent Cimaglia, Tennessee

P
Max Duffy, Kentucky

RS
*Jerrion Ealy, Ole Miss
*Treylon Burks, Arkansas
*Clyde Edwards-Helaire, LSU
*Christian Tutt, Auburn
*Marquez Callaway, Tennessee
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Comments

31 Comments
As a dB who led the conference in ints and not first team? Don’t need to see any more
Reply2 months
List without Jefferson is absolute shite and the coaches who voted should be ashamed.
Reply2 months
Add Fulton to that list as well
2 months
Haha CEH wins for being the 2nd best guy to fair catch kick offs! Good for him!
Reply2 months
Sorry, but the #1 guy did much more than fair catch, lest you forget.
2 months
No Jefferson?? Stingley def should've been 1st team.
Reply2 months
York should be second team PK...
Reply2 months
Wow..Jefferson is undoubtedly the best Route Runner in the country and is left out.
Reply2 months
At least they were more woke than the AP
Reply2 months
Fulton not on the lists is ridiculous but I suspect he don’t care because he’s about to get PAID!
Reply2 months
The coaches who completely avoided throwing at Fulton just completely left him off this list. That's pathetic.
Reply2 months
Exactly, won't throw his way but cant make the top 4. Any list hat has Diggs in front of Fulton is an absolute joke.
2 months
Fulton is the one getting the short end of the stick on all of these all sec teams. You never heard his name mentioned because teams quit going after him, so he really never made any plays to get noticed. Stingley was really good, but did get burned a few times, Delpit was hurt and wasn't anywhere near as good as he was last year.
Reply2 months
Jefferson outperformed Bama’s Smith in receptions, receiving yards, and receiving TDs.
Reply2 months
Yeah, and not even second team.
2 months
And how Tyler shelvin, who is imo the best NT in the sec isn't on at least the second team is beyond me. Gtfoh with this list!
Reply2 months
Just shows that no one really watches the games anymore.
2 months
This is criminal. Stingley is by far the best corner in the sec. Jefferson deserved at minimum 2nd team selection.
Reply2 months
Stinger on the second team? Jefferson and Fulton omitted completely? LMAO
Reply2 months
No offense but did Grant Delpit get first team just based on his name? I feel like Stingley or Fulton had a better year overall. No love for Jefferson... And what position is an RS for CEH?
Reply2 months
Return specialist
2 months
Did CEH do anything as an RS this year??
2 months
I wouldn't put Delpit on the third team
2 months
Stingley not on 1st team? That's hilarious.
Reply2 months
McKinney and Henderson over Stingley? List is dog shite!
Reply2 months
C3W
06
No Jordan Jefferson?
Reply2 months
hes not eligible
2 months
No Fulton? Wow.
Reply2 months
How did Moss not make a team?
Reply2 months
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