Lindy's All-SEC Team (6 Gators)

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    Quite different from the media's picks:

    http://lindyssports.com/college-foo...indys-announces-its-2014-all-sec-teams/222125

    They name VHIII the SEC Defensive Player of the Year.

    Green 2nd team OL, Humphries 3rd team OL.

    Fowler/VHIII 1st team D.

    Christy 3rd team ST's.

    Debose 2nd team All-Purpose.

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    MOST VALUABLE PLAYER: Nick Marshall, QB, Auburn

    OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Todd Gurley, RB, Georgia

    DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Vernon Hargreaves III, CB, Florida

    NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR: Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU

    OFFENSE – FIRST TEAM
    QB Nick Marshall, Sr. Auburn
    RB Todd Gurley Jr. Georgia
    RB T.J. Yeldon Jr. Alabama
    WR Amari Cooper Jr. Alabama
    WR Sammie Coates Jr. Auburn
    TE C.J. Uzomah Sr. Auburn
    C Reese Dismukes Sr. Auburn
    OL Laremy Tunsil So. Ole Miss
    OL La’el Collins Sr. LSU
    OL Cedric Ogbuehi Sr. Texas A&M
    OL A.J. Cann Sr. South Carolina
    AP Christion Jones Sr. Alabama
    PK Marshall Morgan Jr. Georgia

    DEFENSE – FIRST TEAM
    DL Alvin Dupree Sr. Kentucky
    DL Dante Fowler Jr. Jr. Florida
    DL Chris Jones So. Mississippi State
    DL A’Shawn Robinson So. Alabama
    LB A.J. Johnson Sr. Tennessee
    LB Trey DePriest Sr. Alabama
    LB Ramik Wilson Sr. Georgia
    DB Vernon Hargreaves III So. Florida
    DB Deshazor Everett Sr. Texas A&M
    DB Cody Prewitt Sr. Ole Miss
    DB Landon Collins Jr. Alabama
    P Drew Kaser Jr. Texas A&M

    OFFENSE – SECOND TEAM
    QB Bo Wallace Sr. Ole Miss
    RB Mike Davis Jr. South Carolina
    RB Alex Collins So. Arkansas
    WR Laquon Treadwell So. Ole Miss
    WR Chris Conley Sr. Georgia
    TE Malcolm Johnson Sr. Mississippi State
    C Ryan Kelly Jr. Alabama
    OL Brandon Shell Jr. South Carolina
    OL Chaz Green Jr. Florida
    OL Darrian Miller Sr. Kentucky
    OL Austin Shepherd Sr. Alabama
    AP Marcus Murphy Sr. Missouri
    PK Andrew Baggett Jr. Missouri

    DEFENSE – SECOND TEAM
    DL Trey Flowers Sr. Arkansas
    DL Robert Nkemdiche So. Ole Miss
    DL Carl Lawson So. Auburn
    DL Markus Golden Sr. Missouri
    LB Leonard Floyd So. Georgia
    LB Serderius Bryant Sr. Ole Miss
    LB Benardrick McKinney Jr. Mississippi State
    DB Tony Connor So. Ole Miss
    DB Tre’Davious White So. LSU
    DB Brian Randolph Jr. Tennessee
    DB Damian Swann Sr. Georgia
    P Sam Irwin-Hill Sr. Arkansas

    OFFENSE – THIRD TEAM
    QB Dak Prescott Jr. Mississippi State
    RB Derrick Henry So. Alabama
    RB Jonathan Williams Jr. Arkansas
    WR Marquez North So. Tennessee
    WR Shaq Roland Jr. South Carolina
    TE O.J. Howard So. Alabama
    C David Andrews Sr. Georgia
    OL John Theus Jr. Georgia
    OL Corey Robinson Sr. South Carolina
    OL D.J. Humphries Jr. Florida
    OL Alex Kozan So. Auburn
    AP Andre Debose Sr. Florida
    PK Elliott Fry So. South Carolina

    DEFENSE – THIRD TEAM
    DL Gabe Wright Sr. Auburn
    DL C.J. Johnson Sr. Ole Miss
    DL Gerald Dixon Jr. South Carolina
    DL ZaDarius Smith Sr. Kentucky
    LB Skai Moore So. South Carolina
    LB Amarlo Herrera Sr. Georgia
    LB Jordan Jenkins Jr. Georgia
    DB Robenson Therezie Sr. Auburn
    DB Braylon Webb Sr. Missouri
    DB Jonathon Mincy Sr. Auburn
    DB Brison Williams Sr. South Carolina
    P Kyle Christy Sr. Florida
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    Where's the O?

    Oh!
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    Hey, I'll gladly take 2 OL's. That's where it starts....and it's been a HUGE problem for our O the last 4 years.
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    I think Garcia could be very good at Center, too. If we can stay healthy we just might have a solid OL for a change. It's been awhile.
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    I believe that the post season accolades will have several Gators finishing higher that any of the talking heads estimated!
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    I agree Ghost...but we need a lot more to compete.
    Bama - 7 great offensive players (1st, 2nd & 3rd SEC teams)
    S Car - 6 great offensive players (1st, 2nd & 3rd SEC teams)
    Pups - 5 great offensive players (1st, 2nd & 3rd SEC teams)
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    FSU - 5 great offensive players on just 1st & 2nd teams 'nationally' per Phil Steele
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    Wow, I thought there would be way more Alabama players on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd teams. I mean 5 of 6 top classes should net more dominate players than that. Spurrier was taking a shot @ ole Nicky.
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    Well, if you look at the bright side: w/ as bad as our O was, to get 2 players on the pre-season team is actually impressive. We have 2 of the top 15 OL's in the conference. I imagine we'll see and additional 2-3 more players make the 1st-3rd teams post-season All-SEC teams IF Roper's O is legit (and these players execute it).

    On a negative side: FSU had 8 position players make 1st team All-ACC (plus the kicker). Unreal. 8 out of 22 on the 1st team (I didn't see a 2nd or 3rd team All-ACC). I know...I know...being All-ACC is like being the best retard in a class full of retards....
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    Driskel will be on one of the teams, so will McGee. I have no clue why or how Bullard did not make at least 3rd, that's another one you can count for the good guys. So redo your math please.
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    If JD really hits his stride in this offense and plays to potential, he likely does make it, and brings McGee and a WR with him.

    I would not be surprised to see Bullard and a LB (Davis is my pick). I'm a big fan of Neal at Safety, too. We'll see if he plays like I think he can.
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    I'd love to include Debose as a 1st or 2nd team WR too...
    but that's asking a lot from the football Gods.
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    Much more concerned about the offensive firepower...aren't you?
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    No, I am concerned about how we use driskel, I think that's gonna be solved with Ropers system, and I worry about depth on the dl and talent at linebacker.
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    I don't think he will make the cut at wr, at return I could see it. It wouldn't surprise me to see fullwood make the cut though.

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