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Jacob Reeder / LSU Athletics
LSU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

For Immediate Release - September 17, 2020

LSU PLACES EIGHT PLAYER ON PRESEASON ALL-SEC FOOTBALL TEAM


BATON ROUGE – Reigning national champion LSU placed eight players on the 2020 Preseason Coaches All-Southeastern Conference Football Team, the league office announced on Thursday.

Headlining the list of LSU players on the All-SEC team include cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. and safety JaCoby Stevens, who were both named to the first team. Stingley Jr. is coming off a freshman season that saw him earn consensus All-America honors. He led the SEC in both interceptions (6) and passes defended (21). Stingley also earned a spot on the second team as an all-purpose player.

Stevens, a senior, was named SEC Defensive Player of the Week three times in 2019 and he finished second on the team in tackles (92), sacks (5.0) and was third in tackles for loss (9.0). Stevens also intercepted three passes a year ago.

Second team selections include offensive linemen Ed Ingram and Austin Deculus along with wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr., and placekicker Cade York.

Third-team selections for the Tigers include freshman tight end Arik Gilbert and defensive tackle Glen Logan.

This marks the 18th consecutive year of the SEC Coaches Preseason All-SEC Team. Coaches were not permitted to vote for their own players.

LSU opens the 2020 season on Saturday, Sept. 26 against Mississippi State in Tiger Stadium. Kickoff is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. and will be televised on CBS.

2020 Preseason Coaches All-SEC Football Team (* - ties)

First Team Preseason All-SEC


OFFENSE
TE Kyle Pitts, Florida
OL Alex Leatherwood, Alabama
OL Trey Smith, Tennessee
OL Darian Kinnard, Kentucky
OL Landon Dickerson, Alabama
C Drake Jackson, Kentucky
WR DeVonta Smith, Alabama
WR Jaylen Waddle, Alabama
QB Kyle Trask, Florida
RB Najee Harris, Alabama
RB Kylin Hill, Mississippi State
AP Jaylen Waddle, Alabama

DEFENSE
DL Bobby Brown, Texas A&M
DL LaBryan Ray, Alabama
DL Big Kat Bryant, Auburn
DL Jordan Davis, Georgia
LB Dylan Moses, Alabama
LB K.J. Britt, Auburn
LB Nick Bolton, Missouri
DB Patrick Surtain II, Alabama
DB Derek Stingley Jr., LSU
DB Richard LeCounte, Georgia
DB JaCoby Stevens, LSU

SPECIAL TEAMS
PK Brent Cimaglia, Tennessee
P Max Duffy, Kentucky
RS Jaylen Waddle, Alabama

Second Team Preseason All-SEC

OFFENSE
TE Jalen Wydermyer, Texas A&M
OL Sadarius Hutcherson, South Carolina
OL Deonte Brown, Alabama
OL Landon Young, Kentucky
OL Austin Deculus, LSU*
OL Ed Ingram, LSU*
OL Brodarious Hamm, Auburn*
OL Wanya Morris, Tennessee*
C Trey Hill, Georgia
WR George Pickens, Georgia
WR Terrace Marshall Jr., LSU
QB Kellen Mond, Texas A&M
RB Rakeem Boyd, Arkansas
RB Isaiah Spiller, Texas A&M
AP Derek Stingley Jr., LSU

DEFENSE
DL Kobie Whiteside, Missouri
DL Malik Herring, Georgia
DL Aaron Sterling, South Carolina
DL Dayo Odeyingbo, Vanderbilt
LB Henry To'o To'o, Tennessee
LB Monty Rice, Georgia
LB Erroll Thompson, Mississippi State*
LB Nakobe Dean, Georgia*
LB Ventrell Miller, Florida*
DB Kaiir Elam, Florida
DB Eric Stokes, Georgia
DB Demani Richardson, Texas A&M
DB Tyree Gillespie, Missouri*
DB Marco Wilson, Florida*
DB Israel Mukuamu, South Carolina*

SPECIAL TEAMS
PK Cade York, LSU
P Jake Camarda, Georgia
RS Jerrion Ealy, Ole Miss

Third Team Preseason All-SEC

OFFENSE
TE Arik Gilbert, LSU
OL Carson Green, Texas A&M
OL Kenyon Green, Texas A&M
OL Evan Neal, Alabama
OL Dan Moore, Texas A&M
C Landon Dickerson, Alabama
WR Seth Williams, Auburn
WR Elijah Moore, Ole Miss
QB Bo Nix, Auburn
RB Jerrion Ealy, Ole Miss
RB Larry Rountree, Missouri
AP Jerrion Ealy, Ole Miss*
AP Kadarius Toney, Florida*
AP Christian Tutt, Auburn*

DEFENSE
DL Zachary Carter, Florida
DL Josh Paschal, Kentucky
DL Kobe Jones, Mississippi State
DL Glen Logan, LSU
LB Boogie Watson, Kentucky
LB Dimitri Moore, Vanderbilt
LB Nolan Smith, Georgia*
LB Ernest Jones, South Carolina*
LB Andre Mintze, Vanderbilt*
DB Jaycee Horn, South Carolina
DB Bryce Thompson, Tennessee
DB Yusuf Corker, Kentucky
DB Christian Tutt, Auburn*
DB Josh Jobe, Alabama*

SPECIAL TEAMS
PK Evan McPherson, Florida
P Mac Brown, Ole Miss
RS Christian Tutt, Auburn

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alumni9541 months
Odds true FR Gilbert ends season on First Team list? Generational talent Stingley made First Team ALL AMERICAN as a true FR, that is beyond insane (in a GREAT way). And Gilbert is reported as the highest ranked TE recruit EVER.
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alumni9541 months
Yes... I FULLY understand he has yet to plan an SEC down. But should be interesting and just hanging fun asking the question.
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alumni9541 months
*play a down / *having fun
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offshoretrash41 months
3 time FCS All American and potential 1st round draft pick Jabril Cox didn't make any of the all SEC teams?
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alumni9541 months
When I was trying to count them before looking, Cox was certainly on my list.
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Crimson1st41 months
Wait, hold up for one minute! You mean Alabama doesn’t have a PK rank on any of those lists? I call BS...as in Bank Shot which is usually what we get with the goal posts if we’re luck enough to be that close.
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Play_Neck41 months
Lol.
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I count 9. Bama has 11. But they are a shoo-in to go to the championship and we’re supposed to maybe win 8. Utter crap.
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alumni9541 months
You count 9 because Stingley is listed twice (2 different positions).
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KCSunshine41 months
Linebacker transferred in might be best D player in league and didn’t get a vote
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KCSunshine41 months
Linebacker transferred in might be best D player in league and didn’t get a vote
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Shiftyplus141 months
Arik who hasn't played a down is 3rd team, but Cox didnt even rate that? Ridiculous
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Play_Neck41 months
AP Stingley, 2nd Team O...
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ForeverLSU0241 months
Waddle over Marshall is fricking laughable
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TigahJay41 months
Nah, Waddle scares the shite out of me. Dumb that Bama has 2 first team OL though and LSU has 0, they get the benefit of the doubt there every year.
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DrEdgeLSU41 months
Kellen Mond LOL
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LSUSkip41 months
I know, stop trying to make him a thing! it's just not gonna happen.
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Willie Stroker41 months
Yeah, I’ll suck a dick if Mond ends up making 2nd team or higher all SEC
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Shiftyplus141 months
He's not a bad QB, but after the way he regressed last year, he'll never be anything more than average at best.
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Shiftyplus141 months
Can't wait
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