SEC announces 2020 media PS football All-SEC team

Team flags at outside at SEC Media days

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (September 23, 2020)—-Alabama has been predicted to win the 2020 SEC Championship, according to a preseason poll of media covering SEC football.

Source: SEC Release

Alabama received 77 votes to be crowned SEC Champion on December 19 in Atlanta at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, while Georgia and LSU tied for second with seven votes each.

Florida was selected to win the SEC Eastern Division with 624 points, including 53 first-place votes, while Georgia was second with 613 points and 43 votes to win the division. Tennessee was third with 434 points. Points were awarded on a 7-6-5-4-3-2-1 scale.

Alabama was picked to win the SEC Western Division with 660 total points, followed by LSU with 489 and Auburn with 488. Alabama received 86 first-place votes in the SEC West.

Alabama led the way with 13 representatives on the Preseason All-SEC Team, including eight on the first team. LSU had 10 members selected to the Preseason All-SEC Team, while Georgia had nine.

Seven times since 1992 has the predicted champion prior to the season proceeded to win the SEC Championship Game.

SEC PRESEASON MEDIA POLL

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EASTERN DIVISION

Florida (53) – 624
Georgia (43) – 613
Tennessee – 434
Kentucky – 405
South Carolina – 287
Missouri – 224
Vanderbilt – 101

WESTERN DIVISION

Alabama (86) – 660
LSU (8) – 489
Auburn – 488
Texas A&M (2) – 454
T5. Ole Miss – 238

T5. Mississippi State – 238

Arkansas – 121

SEC CHAMPION

Alabama – 77
T2. Georgia – 7

T2. LSU – 7

4. Florida – 5

2020 PRESEASON MEDIA DAYS ALL-SEC TEAM

OFFENSE

First-Team

QB – Kyle Trask, Florida

RB – Najee Harris, Alabama

RB – Kylin Hill, Mississippi State

WR – DeVonta Smith, Alabama

WR – Jaylen Waddle, Alabama

TE – Kyle Pitts, Florida

OL – Alex Leatherwood, Alabama

OL – Trey Smith, Tennessee

OL – Landon Dickerson, Alabama

OL – Landon Young, Kentucky

C – Drake Jackson, Kentucky

Second-Team

QB – Kellen Mond, Texas A&M

RB – Rakeem Boyd, Arkansas

RB – Isaiah Spiller, Texas A&M

WR – George Pickens, Georgia

WR – Terrace Marshall, LSU

TE – Jalen Wydermyer, Texas A&M

OL – Deonte Brown, Alabama

OL – Darian Kinnard, Kentucky

OL – Sadarius Hutcherson, South Carolina

OL – Ed Ingram, LSU

C – Trey Hill, Georgia

Third-Team

QB – Mac Jones, Alabama

RB – Zamir White, Georgia

RB – Larry Rountree, Missouri

WR – Seth Williams, Auburn

WR – Elijah Moore, Ole Miss

TE – Arik Gilbert, LSU

OL – Austin Deculus, LSU

OL – Brodarious Hamm, Auburn

OL – Evan Neal, Alabama

OL – Wanya Morris, Tennessee

C – Landon Dickerson, Alabama

DEFENSE

First-Team

DL – Big Kat Bryant, Auburn

DL – LaBryan Ray, Alabama

DL – Jordan Davis, Georgia

DL – Malik Herring, 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

Second-Team

DL – Bobby Brown, Texas A&M

DL – Dayo Odeyingbo, Vanderbilt

DL – Kobie Whiteside, Missouri

DL – Zachary Carter, Florida

LB – Henry To’o To’o, Tennessee

LB – Monty Rice, Georgia

LB – Jabril Cox, LSU

DB – Kaiir Elam, Florida

DB – Eric Stokes, Georgia

DB – Marco Wilson, Florida

DB – Israel Mukuamu, South Carolina

Third-Team

DL – Aaron Sterling, South Carolina

DL – Glen Logan, LSU

DL – Josh Paschal, Kentucky

DL – DJ Dale, Alabama

LB – Ventrell Miller, Florida

LB – Erroll Thompson, Mississippi State

LB – Boogie Watson, Kentucky

DB – Demani Richardson, Texas A&M

DB – Smoke Monday, Auburn

DB – Tyree Gillespie, Missouri

DB – Christian Tutt, Auburn*

DB – Bryce Thompson, Tennessee*

SPECIALISTS

First-Team

P – Max Duffy, Kentucky

PK – Brent Cimaglia, Tennessee

RS – Jaylen Waddle, Alabama

AP – Jaylen Waddle, Alabama

Second-Team

P – Jake Camarda, Georgia

PK – Cade York, LSU

RS – Jerrion Ealy, Ole Miss

AP – Derek Stingley Jr., LSU

Third-Team

P – Zach Von Rosenberg, LSU

PK – Anders Carlson, Auburn

RS – Derek Stingley Jr., LSU

AP – Jerrion Ealy, Ole Miss

* – Indicates a tie

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