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2017 All-SEC Team

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Southern Pigskin's official All-SEC team for the 2017 season.



 Drew Lock, Missouri  Leads the nation in passing touchdowns.


 Kerryon Johnson, Auburn  Ranks first amongst SEC running backs in rushing.


 Benny Snell Jr., Kentucky  His 18 rushing touchdowns lead the league.


 A.J. Brown, Ole Miss  Finished first in the SEC in receiving yards per game.


 J'Mon Moore, Missouri  Only trailed Brown, amongst SEC receivers, in touchdowns.


 Christian Kirk, Texas A&M  Top six in the conference in receptions, yards, and touchdowns.


 Hayden Hurst, South Carolina  Led all SEC tight ends with 43.2 receiving yards per game.


Jonah Williams, Alabama  Leads one the nation's top ten run blocking units.


Isaiah Wynn, Georgia  Allowed just four total pressures, all year, while pavin the way for Georgia's top ten national yard per carry average.


Braden Smith, Auburn  Gave up four total pressures on over 350 pass blocking snaps.


Deion Calhoun, Mississippi State  Only allowed one sack in 2017, on a Mississippi State offensive line that helped to a top 25 yard per carry average.


Will Clapp, LSU  Allowed just one sack as a part of one of the nation's top five run blocking units.



 Montez Sweat, Mississippi State  Led the SEC in sacks.


 Dontavius Russell, Auburn Second amongst SEC interior defenders in run stops while maintaining a disruptive pass rushing presence.


 Da'Ron Payne, Alabama Anchored the nation's number two defense in yards per carry allowed.


Jeff Holland, Auburn Pressured quarterbacks at the second highest rate in the SEC, emongst edge rushers.


Roquan Smith, Georgia Arguably the best all-around defensive player in college football.


Devin White, LSU Top ten in the country in tackles.


Otaro Alaka, Texas A&M Third amongst SEC linebackers in tackles for loss, fourth in sacks.


Levi Wallace, Alabama Led the SEC in passes defensed.


Duke Dawson, Florida Allowed a 37.1 passer rating on throws into his coverage, with four interceptions.


Andraez Williams, LSU First in the SEC in interceptions.


Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama If Roquan Smith isn't the best all-around defensive player in college football, it's probably Fitzpatrick.


Armani Watts, Texas A&M Leads the SEC's safeties in both interceptions and tackles for loss.



Eddy Pineiro, Florida  Has made 17 of 18 field goal tries, the highest rate in the SEC.


 Johnny Townsend, Florida Leads the SEC in yards per punt.


 De'Vion Warren, Arkansas Averages the most yards per return of the four SEC players with a kick return score.


DJ Chark, LSU The only SEC player with a punt return touchdown. He has two.


Jeffery Simmons, Mississippi State An all-conference caliber defensive lineman that leads the nation in kicks/punt blocks.

Coach of the Year: Kirby Smart, Georgia

Offensive Player of the Year: Kerryon Johnson, Auburn

Defensive Player of the Year: Roquan Smith, Georgia

Freshman of the Year: Jake Fromm, Georgia