SEC Media Makes Their Picks

As SEC Media Days come to a close the SEC media has released their All-Conference selections and predicted order of finish in the race for Atlanta.

2008 SEC FOOTBALL MEDIA DAYS PRE-SEASON ALL-SEC FOOTBALL TEAM

(#-Ties) (70 total voters / Total Votes in parenthesis)

Pos. Name School Ht. Wt. Cl. Hometown

FIRST-TEAM ALL-SEC -- OFFENSE

TE Cornelius Ingram (56) Florida 6-4 223 Sr. Hawthorne, Fla.

OL Andre Smith (64) Alabama 6-5 340 Jr. Birmingham, Ala.

OL Michael Oher (64) Ole Miss 6-5 318 Sr. Memphis, Tenn.

OL Anthony Parker (56) Tennessee 6-3 305 Sr. Jonesboro, Ga.

OL Herman Johnson (45) LSU 6-7 351 Sr. Olla, La.

C Jonathan Luigs (58) Arkansas 6-4 314 Sr. Little Rock, Ark.

WR Percy Harvin (68) Florida 5-11 178 Jr. Virginia Beach, Va.

WR Kenny McKinley (46) South Carolina 6-0 182 Sr. Mableton, Ga.

QB Tim Tebow (64) Florida 6-3 232 Jr. Jacksonville, Fla.

RB Knowshon Moreno (68) Georgia 5-11 207 So. Belford, N.J.

RB Arian Foster (50) Tennessee 6-1 215 Sr. San Diego, Calif.


SECOND-TEAM ALL-SEC -- OFFENSE

TE Richard Dickson (9) LSU 6-3 237 Jr. Ocean Springs, Miss.

OL Ciron Black (12) LSU 6-5 314 Jr. Tyler, Texas

OL Tyronne Green (9) Auburn 6-2 307 Sr. Pensacola, Fla.

OL Lee Ziemba (8) Auburn 6-8 288 So. Rogers, Ark.

OL Garry Williams (8) Kentucky 6-3 300 Sr. Louisville, Ky.

C Antoine Caldwell (10) Alabama 6-3 292 Sr. Montgomery, Ala.

WR Mohamed Massaquoi (11) Georgia 6-2 198 Sr. Charlotte, N.C.

WR Demetrius Byrd (9) LSU 6-2 195 Sr. Miami, Fla.

QB Matthew Stafford (6) Georgia 6-3 237 Jr. Dallas, Texas

RB Anthony Dixon (16) Mississippi State 6-1 240 Jr. Jackson, Miss.

RB Ben Tate (2) Auburn 5-11 215 Jr. Newark, Md.


FIRST-TEAM ALL-SEC -- DEFENSE

DL Greg Hardy (53) Ole Miss 6-4 265 Jr. Millington, Tenn.

DL Tyson Jackson (52) LSU 6-5 292 Sr. Edgard, La.

DL Sen'Derrick Marks (45) Auburn 6-1 288 Jr. Mobile, Ala.

LB Brandon Spikes (65) Florida 6-3 245 Jr. Shelby, N.C.

LB Rico McCoy (46) Tennessee 6-1 215 Jr. Washington, D.C.

LB Jasper Brinkley (41) South Carolina 6-2 275 Sr. Thomson, Ga.

LB #Darry Beckwith (40) LSU 6-1 232 Sr. Baton Rouge, La.

LB #Dannell Ellerbe (40) Georgia 6-1 232 Sr. Hamlet, N.C.

DB Derek Pegues (60) Mississippi State 5-10 196 Sr. Batesville, Miss.

DB Eric Berry (56) Tennessee 5-11 195 So. Fairburn, Ga.

DB D.J. Moore (46) Vanderbilt 5-10 182 Jr. Spartanburg, S.C.

DB Rashad Johnson (43) Alabama 6-0 187 Sr. Sulligent, Ala.


SECOND-TEAM ALL-SEC -- DEFENSE

DL Ricky Jean-Francois (18) LSU 6-3 281 Jr. Miami, Fla.

DL Antonio Coleman (10) Auburn 6-2 250 Jr. Mobile, Ala.

DL Jeremy Jarmon (9) Kentucky 6-3 277 Jr. Collierville, Tenn.

LB Tray Blackmon (17) Auburn 6-2 220 Jr. LaGrange, Ga.

LB Rolando McClain (15) Alabama 6-4 255 So. Decatur, Ala.

LB Eric Norwood (14) South Carolina 6-1 270 Jr. Acworth, Ga.

LB Jamar Chaney (8) Mississippi State 6-1 236 Sr. Fort Pierce, Fla.

DB Captain Munnerlyn (20) South Carolina 5-9 185 Jr. Mobile, Ala.

DB Trevard Lindley (15) Kentucky 6-0 175 Jr. Hiram, Ga.

DB Asher Allen (13) Georgia 5-10 198 Jr. Tucker, Ga.

DB Jerraud Powers (12) Auburn 5-9 188 Jr. Decatur, Ala.


FIRST-TEAM ALL-SEC -- SPECIAL TEAMS

PK Colt David (41) LSU 5-9 175 Sr. Grapevine, Texas

P Ryan Shoemaker (40) Auburn 6-0 192 So. Birmingham, Ala.

RS Brandon James (35) Florida 5-6 179 Jr. St. Augustine, Fla.


SECOND-TEAM ALL-SEC -- SPECIAL TEAMS

PK Wes Byrum (16) Auburn 6-1 209 So. Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

P Ryan Succop (20) South Carolina 6-3 224 Sr. Hickory, N.C.

RS Javier Arenas (20) Alabama 5-9 193 Jr. Tampa, Fla.


SEC PREDICTED ORDER OF FINISH

SEC Champion - Florida (36), Georgia (18), Auburn (13), LSU (1), Tennessee (1), Ole Miss (1).
No. School Votes

Eastern Division

1. Florida (45) 98

2. Georgia (23) 121

3. Tennessee (2) 222

4. South Carolina 266

5. Kentucky 356

6. Vanderbilt 407

Western Division

1. Auburn (48) 99

2. LSU (21) 120

3. Alabama 228

4. Mississippi State 299

5. Ole Miss (1) 338

6. Arkansas 386


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