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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (Dec. 4, 2018)—–Ten Southeastern Conference institutions placed a member on the 2018 All-Southeastern Conference Coaches’ Football First Team, as the first and second teams were announced Tuesday. Alabama led the way with 12 representatives, while Georgia had seven selections, and Missouri and South Carolina each had five.

 

Twelve schools were represented on the first and second teams, while 11 institutions had at least two All-SEC selections.

 

The 2018 list includes 11 student-athletes who have made multiple appearances on the All-SEC Team. Florida’s Martez Ivey was voted All-SEC for the third time, while Alabama’s Jonah Williams, Georgia’s Deandre Baker, Kentucky’s Benny Snell, LSU’s Devin White and Greedy Williams, Ole Miss’ Greg Little and A.J. Brown, Mississippi State’s Jeffery Simmons and Montez Sweat and Missouri’s Drew Lock were named to the All-SEC Team for the second time.

 

Coaches were not permitted to vote for their own players.

 

The SEC individual award winners will be released Wednesday and the All-Freshman Team will be announced Thursday.

 

2018 All-SEC Coaches’ Team

 

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE

 

TE

Jace Sternberger, Texas A&M

 

OL

Jonah Williams, Alabama

Andrew Thomas, Georgia

Greg Little, Ole Miss

Bunchy Stallings, Kentucky

 

C

Lamont Gaillard, Georgia

 

WR

A.J. Brown, Ole Miss

Jerry Jeudy, Alabama

 

QB

Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama

 

RB

Benny Snell, Kentucky

Trayveon Williams, Texas A&M

 

AP

Deebo Samuel, South Carolina

 

DEFENSE

 

DL

Quinnen Williams, Alabama

Jeffery Simmons, Mississippi State

Jachai Polite, Florida

Montez Sweat, Mississippi State

 

LB

Josh Allen, Kentucky

Devin White, LSU

Deshaun Davis, Auburn

 

DB

Deandre Baker, Georgia

Grant Delpit, LSU

Greedy Williams, LSU

Deionte Thompson, Alabama

 

SPECIAL TEAMS

 

PK

Cole Tracy, LSU

 

P

Braden Mann, Texas A&M

 

RS

Deebo Samuel, South Carolina

 

SECOND TEAM

 

OFFENSE

 

TE

Irv Smith Jr., Alabama

 

OL

Martez Ivey, Florida

Alex Leatherwood, Alabama

Deion Calhoun, Mississippi State

Zack Bailey, South Carolina

 

C

Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama

 

WR

Deebo Samuel, South Carolina

Emanuel Hall, Missouri

 

QB

Drew Lock, Missouri

 

RB

D’Andre Swift, Georgia

Damien Harris, Alabama

 

AP

Lynn Bowden, Kentucky

 

DEFENSE

 

DL

Isaiah Buggs, Alabama

Jonathan Ledbetter, Georgia

Terry Beckner, Missouri

Derrick Brown, Auburn

 

LB

Dylan Moses, Alabama

Cale Garrett, Missouri

Mack Wilson, Alabama

 

DB

CJ Henderson, Florida

Johnathan Abram, Mississippi State

Joejuan Williams, Vanderbilt

DeMarkus Acy, Missouri

 

SPECIAL TEAMS

 

PK

Rodrigo Blankenship, Georgia

 

P

Joseph Charlton, South Carolina

 

RS

Mecole Hardman, Georgia

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