Arkansas Lands Six On All-SEC Team

Arkansas did not have anybody on the SEC Media's All-SEC first team, but did have six offensive players on the second and third teams that were announced on Friday.

If Arkansas is too be as successful as it wants this season, the Razorbacks will have to do it with second and third teamers when it comes to the media’s All-SEC media squad.

No Arkansas players were named to the media’s first-team squad on Friday, but six were on the second or third squads.

No Razorback defenders were named to the three teams, which were announced a day after Arkansas was picked to finish fourth in the SEC West at the league’s annual Media Days in Hoover, Ala. .

The West division had 55 players listed on the preseason All-SEC teams while the East had just 18.

Two-time defending East division champ Missouri had no player on the first or second teams while Vanderbilt was completely shut out.

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(Total points earned in parenthesis)



QB Dak Prescott, Mississippi State (170)

RB Nick Chubb, Georgia (189)

RB Leonard Fournette, LSU (180)

WR Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss (169)

WR D'haquille Williams, Auburn (154)

TE Evan Engram, Ole Miss (128)

OL Cam Robinson, Alabama (167)

OL Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss (159)

OL Vadal Alexander, LSU (131)

OL John Theus, Georgia (129)

C Ryan Kelly, Alabama (144)


QB Jeremy Johnson, Auburn (89)

RB Derrick Henry, Alabama (151)

RB Jonathan Williams, Arkansas (82)

WR Pharoh Cooper, South Carolina (147)

WR De'Runnya Wilson, Mississippi State (59)

TE Hunter Henry, Arkansas (97)

OL Germain Ifedi, Texas A&M (124)

OL Dan Skipper, Arkansas (95)

OL Denver Kirkland, Arkansas (85)

OL Greg Pyke, Georgia (83)

C Mike Matthews, Texas A&M (108)


QB Joshua Dobbs, Tennessee (62)

RB Alex Collins, Arkansas (80)

RB Kenyan Drake, Alabama (34)

WR Malcolm Mitchell, Georgia (50)

WR Josh Reynolds, Texas A&M (39)

TE O.J. Howard, Alabama (87)

OL Sebastian Tretola, Arkansas (72)

OL Alex Kozan, Auburn (69)

OL Avery Young, Auburn (57)

OL Brandon Shell, South Carolina (50)

C Evan Boehm, Missouri (81)



DL Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss (173)

DL A'Shawn Robinson, Alabama (160)

DL Myles Garrett, Texas A&M (155)

DL Carl Lawson, Auburn (131)

LB Reggie Ragland, Alabama (181)

LB Jordan Jenkins, Georgia (121)

LB Curt Maggitt, Tennessee (102)

DB Vernon Hargreaves, Florida (186)

DB Cyrus Jones, Alabama (126)

DB Jonathan Jones, Auburn (122)

DB Jalen Mills, LSU (118)


DL Jonathan Bullard, Florida (115)

DL Derek Barnett, Tennessee (105)

DL Jonathan Allen, Alabama (99)

DL Chris Jones, Mississippi State (93)

LB Kendell Beckwith, LSU (93)

LB Leonard Floyd, Georgia (92)

LB Cassanova McKinzy, Auburn (80)

DB Tony Conner, Ole Miss (117)

DB Cameron Sutton, Tennessee (115)

DB Will Redmond, Mississippi State (79)

DB Tre'Davious White, LSU (61)


DL Montravius Adams, Auburn (90)

DL Jarran Reed, Alabama (60)

DL Davon Godchaux, LSU (40)

DL Marquis Haynes, Ole Miss (34)

LB Kris Frost, Auburn (77)

LB Antonio Morrison, Florida (66)

LB Kentrell Brothers, Missouri (61)

DB A.J. Stamps, Kentucky (59)

DB Eddie Jackson, Alabama (58)

DB Jamal Adams, LSU (56)

DB Johnathan Ford, Auburn (52)



P JK Scott, Alabama (161)

PK Marshall Morgan, Georgia (100)

RS Speedy Noil, Texas A&M (117)

AP Pharoh Cooper, South Carolina (112)


P Drew Kaser, Texas A&M (92)

PK Elliott Fry, South Carolina (87)

RS Pharoh Cooper, South Carolina (75)

AP Leonard Fournette, LSU (85)


P Jamie Keehn, LSU (52)

PK Austin MacGinnis, Kentucky (59)

RS Leonard Fournette, LSU (66)

AP Speedy Noil, Texas A&M (84)


* - The top vote-getters in 2015 were Nick Chubb (Georgia), Vernon Hargreaves (Florida) and Reggie Ragland (Alabama). Hargreaves was voted to the preseason media team as well in 2014.

* - Since 2000, Arkansas’ Darren McFadden is the only unanimous selection to the SEC Media Days First Team at his position, collecting possible votes that year.

* - Alabama had the most first-team selections this season with six. Since 1992, the most players on a first-team nine by Alabama in 2011, followed by eight by Alabama (2010) and Florida (2009).

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WESTERN DIVISION (1st Place votes in parenthesis)

Alabama (92) 1405

Auburn (108) 1362

LSU (10) 870

Arkansas (6) 821

Ole Miss (3) 732

Texas A&M (4) 628

Mississippi State (2) 482

EASTERN DIVISION (1st Place votes in parenthesis)

Georgia (166) 1498

Tennessee (36) 1231

Missouri (20) 1196

South Carolina (1) 830

Florida (1) 768

Kentucky (1) 534

Vanderbilt 243


Auburn 96

Alabama 80

Georgia 28


Ole Miss 3

Arkansas 3

Texas A&M 2

Tennessee 2

Mississippi State 1

Florida 1

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