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LSU had six players named to the AP All-SEC team, which was announced on Monday.

Center Will Clapp, linebackers Arden Key and Devin White, and cornerback Greedy Williams were all named to the All-SEC First Team.

Running back Derrius Guice and wide receiver DJ Chark, for all-purpose, were named to the All-SEC second team.

LSU, along with Auburn, Georgia, and Florida all tied at six for the second most selections. Alabama led the way with 11 selections.


WR — A.J. Brown, Ole Miss, 6-1, 225, So.
WR — Calvin Ridley, Alabama, 6-1, 190. Jr.
T — Jonah Williams, Alabama, 6-5, 301, So.
T — Isaiah Wynn, Georgia, 6-2, 302, Sr.
G — Braden Smith, Auburn, 6-6, 303, Sr.
G — Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama, 6-4, 303, Jr.
C — Bradley Bozeman, Alabama, 6-5, 314, Sr.
C — Will Clapp, LSU, 6-5, 309, Jr.
TE — Hayden Hurst, South Carolina, 6-5, 250, Jr.
QB — Drew Lock, Missouri, 6-4, 225, Jr.
RB — Kerryon Johnson, Auburn, 6-0, 212, Jr.
RB — Benny Snell Jr., Kentucky, 5-11, 223, So.
PK — Daniel Carlson, Auburn, 6-4, 223, Sr.
All-Purpose — Christian Kirk, Texas A&M, 5-11, 200, Jr.

DE — Jeff Holland, Auburn, 6-2, 249, Jr.
DE — Montez Sweat, Mississippi State, 6-6, 241, Jr.
DT — Da'Ron Payne, Alabama, 6-2, 308, Jr.
DT — Jeffery Simmons, Mississippi State, 6-4, 307, So.
LB — Roquan Smith, Georgia, 6-1, 225, Jr.
LB — Devin White, LSU, 6-1, 255, So.
LB — Rashaan Evans, Alabama, 6-3, 234, Sr.
LB — Arden Key, LSU, 6-6, 255, Jr.
CB — Andraez Williams, LSU, 6-2, 175, Fr.
CB — Armani Watts, Texas A&M, 5-11, 200, Sr.
S — Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama, 6-1, 202, Jr.
S — Ronnie Harrison, Alabama, 6-3, 214, Jr.
P — Johnny Townsend, Florida, 6-1, 211, Sr.


WR — J'Mon Moore, Missouri, 6-3, 205, Sr.
WR — Christian Kirk, Texas A&M, 5-11, 200, Jr.
T — Martinas Rankin, Mississippi State, 6-5, 305, Sr.
T — Martez Ivey, Florida, 6-5, 305, Jr.
G — Trey Smith, Tennessee, 6-6, 320, Fr.
G — Greg Little, Ole Miss, 6-6, 325, So.
C — Frank Ragnow, Arkansas, 6-5, 317, Sr.
TE — Albert Okwuegbunam, Missouri, 6-5, 260, Fr.
QB — Jarrett Stidham, Auburn, 6-3, 214, So.
RB — Nick Chubb, Georgia, 5-10, 225, Sr.
RB — Derrius Guice, LSU, 5-11, 212, Jr.
PK — Eddy Pineiro, Florida, 6-0, 173, Jr.
All-Purpose — Mecole Hardman, Georgia, 5-11, 183, So.
All-Purpose — D.J. Chark, LSU, 6-3, 187, Sr.

DE — Marcell Frazier, Missouri, 6-5, 265, Sr.
DE — Marquis Haynes, Ole Miss, 6-3, 230, Sr.
DE — Dante Sawyer, South Carolina, 6-3, 275, Sr.
DT — Taven Bryan, Florida,
DT — Raekwon Davis, Alabama, 6-7, 306, So.
DT — Breeland Speaks, Ole Miss, 6-3, 285, Jr.
LB — Josh Allen, Kentucky, 6-5, 230, Jr.
LB — Lorenzo Carter, Georgia, 6-6, 243, Sr.
LB — De'Jon Harris, Arkansas, 6-0, 242, So.
LB — Skai Moore, South Carolina, 6-2 218, Sr.
LB — Charles Wright, Vanderbilt, 6-3, 240, Jr.
CB — Duke Dawson, Florida, 5-10, 208, Sr.
CB — Levi Wallace, Alabama, 6-0, 183, Sr.
CB — Carlton Davis, Auburn, 6-1, 203, Jr.
CB — CJ Henderson, Florida, 6-1, 182, Fr.
S — J.R. Reed, Georgia, 6-1, 194, So.
P — JK Scott, Alabama, 6-6, 204, Sr.
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Let's see what the coaches have to say about it.
Reply7 days
2nd team SEC backfield is Nick Chubb and Guice. Most pro teams would take that backfield right now.
Reply7 days
WoW.. no Donte Jackson?.... not even on 2nd team?.... WTF
Reply7 days
Jackson has speed. He needs to stay for another year to develop better techniques.
7 days
Guice on 2nd team? And Chark on 2nd team averaging more than 20 yards per reception? Shows it’s a popularity contest.
Reply7 days
Guice was hurt or he would have been 1st team, and I have no problem with Chark behind those first team guys.
7 days
This proves they don’t pay attention
Reply7 days
Bama with 11 players?!?!? BS... They couldn’t just let Will Clapp be alone at center they had to add a player from Bama.. BS meter 10+
Reply8 days
Arden key. Wow. Dude did nothin this year
Reply8 days
2 Centers on 1st team offense. Were they tied in votes or something?
Reply8 days
Key is good, but shouldn’t be on the list this year. Lawrence is far more deserving and even LaCouture had his best season and should receive credit.
Reply8 days
I guess Lawrence's injuries played into it but there's no way he shouldn't be at least second team. Also highly amusing that Bama doesn't win the division but nearly doubles the amount of players any other team has.
Reply8 days
Huh? Downright shameful Guice didn't make first team. I mean... what was all the fuss about Guice, Bo Jackson, and Herschel Walker mentioned in the same sentence?
Reply8 days
why does Louisiana remain in this dark philosophy? vacate the fricker. we have never needed the southland conference!
Reply8 days
How the hell did Arden key make first team all Sec? What the frick. Shows you how ridiculous these awards are
Reply8 days
Donte Jackson got robbed
Reply8 days
Did they just not even try on these selections? In what way is Arden Key worthy of first-team honors? In what world is Armani Watts with his god awful ball skills considered a CB?
Reply8 days
Bama bias is real with the SEC
Reply8 days
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