The Florida Gators had five players named to All-SEC teams as voted on by the league’s coaches. Juniors Vernon Hargreaves (DB), sophomore Jalen Tabor (DB) and senior Jon Bullard were all named to the first team. Senior Antonio Morrison (LB) and redshirt sophomore Johnny Townsend (P) were named to the second team.
This is the third year that Hargreaves has been named to the First Team All-SEC list — the only player in the conference who can boast that — and Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott joins him as a repeat First Team selection, as does South Carolina athlete/receiver Pharoh Cooper.
Tennessee defensive lineman Derek Barnett and Morrison both earned second-team honors for the second-straight season.
The University of Alabama led all teams with 10 represented on the two teams after winning their second consecutive SEC Championship. Kentucky was the only school that did not have a player named to either team and Florida is one of 12 schools to have two or more players named.
Coaches could not vote for their own players when compiling their lists.