Cooper Wallace is shown in spring training for the Tigers.
Georgia took home top honors among the media contingent after being picked to win the SEC's Eastern Division and the SEC Championship. The Bulldogs took home 78 of the 88 votes in the Eastern Division. Florida was voted second in the East and received nine first place votes, Tennessee was picked third, South Carolina was predicted to finish forth, but received a first place vote, Vanderbilt was chosen fifth and Kentucky was sixth.
In the voting for the overall SEC Championship, Georgia took home 61 of the 88 votes, LSU was second with 19, then came Florida, which received five votes and Auburn, Ole Miss and South Carolina each had one vote to win the league title.
Along with the preseason predictions, the media also named its All-SEC selections. Auburn had three players named All-SEC first-team selections and also had three All-SEC second-team selections.
LSU led the way with seven first team selections and Georgia was just behind the Bayou Bengals with six first team players. Also, each SEC school had at least one player represented on the first or second team.
Below are the All-SEC teams as selected by the media on Thursday.
TE Cooper Wallace Auburn 6-4 253 Jr. Nashville, Tenn.
OL Wesley Britt Alabama 6-8 315 Sr. Cullman, Ala.
OL Max Jean-Gilles Georgia 6-4 340 Jr. Miami, Fla.
OL Michael Munoz Tennessee 6-6 315 Sr. Mason, Ohio
OL Doug Buckles Ole Miss 6-5 305 Sr. Madison, Miss.
C Ben Wilkerson LSU 6-4 300 Sr. Hemphill, Texas
QB David Greene Georgia 6-3 230 Sr. Snellville, Ga.
RB Carnell Williams Auburn 5-11 204 Sr. Attalla, Ala.
RB Justin Vincent LSU 5-11 205 So. Lake Charles, La.
WR Fred Gibson Georgia 6-4 196 Sr. Waycross, Ga.
WR Skyler Green LSU 5-9 190 Jr. Westwego, La.
TE David Jones LSU 6-4 259 Jr. Silver Springs, Md.
OL Marcus McNeill Auburn 6-9 340 Jr. Decatur, Ga.
OL Andrew Whitworth LSU 6-7 325 Jr. West Monroe, La.
OL Justin Geisinger Vanderbilt 6-4 330 Sr. Pittsburgh, Pa.
OL Marcus Johnson Ole Miss 6-6 330 Sr. Coffeville, Miss.
C Mike Degory Florida 6-5 314 Jr. Palm Bay, Fla.
QB Chris Leak Florida 6-0 200 So. Charlotte, N.C.
RB Ciatrick Fason Florida 6-0 212 Jr. Neptune Beach, Fla.
RB Cedric Houston Tennessee 6-0 220 Sr. Clarendon, Ark.
WR Erik Davis Vanderbilt 6-2 185 Jr. Nashville, Tenn.
WR #Reggie Brown Georgia 6-1 195 Sr. Carrollton, Ga.
WR #Mike Espy Ole Miss 6-0 195 Jr. Madison, Miss.
DL David Pollack Georgia 6-3 276 Sr. Snellville, Ga.
DL Marcus Spears LSU 6-4 295 Sr. Baton Rouge, La.
DL Sweet Pea Burns Kentucky 6-2 264 Sr. Lake Park, Ga.
LB Kevin Burnett Tennessee 6-3 235 Sr. Carson, Calif.
LB Odell Thurman Georgia 6-1 230 Jr. Monticello, Ga.
LB DeMeco Ryans Alabama 6-2 230 Jr. Bessemer, Ala.
LB Channing Crowder Florida 6-2 241 So. Atlanta, Ga.
DB Thomas Davis Georgia 6-1 220 Jr. Shellman, Ga.
DB Corey Webster LSU 6-0 197 Sr. Vacherie, La.
DB Carlos Rogers Auburn 6-1 194 Sr. Augusta, Ga.
DB Travis Daniels LSU 6-1 184 Sr. Hollywood, Fla.
DL Jovan Haye Vanderbilt 6-2 280 Jr. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
DL Moe Thompson South Carolina 6-3 280 Jr. Goose Creek, S.C.
DL #Anthony Bryant Alabama 6-3 336 Sr. Newbern, Ala.
DL #Jeb Huckeba Arkansas 6-5 245 Sr. Searcy, Ark.
LB Lionel Turner LSU 6-2 257 Sr. Walker, La.
LB Kevin Simon Tennessee 5-11 225 Jr. Walnut Creek, Calif.
LB Marvin Byrdsong Miss. State 6-2 247 Jr. Longview, Texas
LB Freddie Roach Alabama 6-2 245 Jr. Killen, Ala.
DB Eric Oliver Ole Miss 6-2 215 Sr. Jasper, Ala.
DB Junior Rosegreen Auburn 6-0 196 Sr. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
DB Charlie Peprah Alabama 5-11 193 Jr. Plano, Texas
DB LaRon Landry LSU 6-2 180 So. Ama, La.
P Dustin Colquitt Tennessee 6-2 196 Sr. Knoxville, Tenn.
PK Jonathan Nichols Ole Miss 6-0 180 Sr. Greenwood, Miss.
RS Skyler Green LSU 5-9 190 Jr. Westwego, La.
P Cody Ridgeway Ole Miss 6-1 1/2 190 Sr. Jackson, Tenn.
PK Matt Leach Florida 6-1 197 Sr. Sarasota, Fla.
RS Tre Smith Auburn 5-10 200 Jr. Venice, Fla.