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SEC All-Media Pre-Season Team Announced

Hoover, Ala. -- Media representatives covering Southeastern Conference Football Media Days have voted for a preseason All-SEC Team and predicted order of finish since 1992. This year, 222 media representatives cast their ballots. Below are the results of the voting and highlights of this year’s balloting.

NOTES:
* - 222 voters Is an all-time high for SEC media days. The previous high was 177 voters in 2010.
* - South Carolina’s Marcus Lattimore was the leading vote-getter this season with 201 of 222 votes. He is the fourth running back in the last six years to be the highest vote-getter (2007 – Darren McFadden, Arkansas; 2008 – Knowshon Moreno, Georgia & Percy Harvin, Florida; 2009 – Tim Tebow & Brandon Spikes, Florida; 2010 – Mark Ingram, Alabama; 2011 – Alshon Jeffery, South Carolina).
* - South Carolina’s Lattimore (2012) and Jeffery (2011) have been the leading vote-getters the last two seasons.
* - Alabama’s Barrett Jones is a three-time member of the SEC Media Days First-Team
* - South Carolina has had a sophomore make SEC Media Days First-Team for the third straight season – Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina, DE (2012); Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina, RB (2011); Stephon Gilmore, South Carolina, DB (2010).
* - Since 2000, Arkansas’ Darren McFadden is the only unanimous selection to the SEC Media Days Team, collecting all 80 votes.
* - LSU had the most first-team selections this season with 7. Since 1992, the most players on a first-team were 9 by Alabama last season and 8 by Alabama (2010) and Florida (2009).
* - LSU leads with the most overall selections this season with 13. The total is the second highest ever, behind Alabama’s 16 last season. Prior to last season, Alabama (2010) and Florida (2009) had the most overall selections.
* - LSU is predicted to win the SEC Championship by the media for the first time since 2007. It is the second time since 1992 that LSU has been predicted to win the league title. LSU did win the SEC title in 2007 and went on to the BCS title.

2012 Preseason SEC Media Days All-SEC Team
(222 voters - most voters in SEC Media Days History / * - Ties)

OFFENSE
First-Team Offense
Position Name Team Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
QB Tyler Wilson (127)
Arkansas
6-3
220 Sr. Greenwood, Ark.
RB Marcus Lattimore (201)
South Carolina
6-0
218 Jr. Duncan, S.C.
RB Knile Davis (118)
Arkansas
6-0
226 Jr. Missouri City, Texas
WR Da'Rick Rogers (106)
Tennessee
6-3
215 Jr. Calhoun, Ga.
WR Cobi Hamilton (67)
Arkansas
6-3
209 Sr. Texarkana, Texas
TE Philip Lutzenkirchen (158)
Auburn
6-5
256 Sr. Marietta, Ga.
OL D.J. Fluker (171)
Alabama
6-6
335 Jr. Foley, Ala.
OL Alex Hurst (125)
LSU
6-6
340 Sr. Bartlett, Tenn.
OL Chance Warmack (124)
Alabama
6-3
320 Sr. Atlanta, Ga.
OL Luke Joeckel (87)
Texas A&M
6-6
310 Jr. Arlington, Texas
C Barrett Jones (183)
Alabama
6-5
311 Sr. Germantown, Tenn.
Second-Team Offense
Position Name Team Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
QB Aaron Murray (58)
Georgia
6-1
211 Jr. Tampa, Fla.
RB Eddie Lacy (43)
Alabama
6-0
220 Jr. Geismar, La.
RB Zac Stacy (21)
Vanderbilt
5-9
210 Sr. Centreville, Ala.
WR Ryan Swope (62)
Texas A&M
6-0
206 Sr. Austin, Texas
WR Justin Hunter (47)
Tennessee
6-4
200 Jr. Virginia Beach, Va.
TE Chris Gragg (28)
Arkansas
6-3
236 Sr. Warren, Ark.
OL Larry Warford (63)
Kentucky
6-3
343 Sr. Richmond, Ky.
OL Chris Faulk (59)
LSU
6-6
325 Jr. Slidell, La.
OL Alvin Bailey (38)
Arkansas
6-5
312 Jr. Broken Arrow, Okla.
OL Gabe Jackson (28)
Mississippi State
6-4
320 Jr. Liberty, Miss.
C *Reese Dismukes (8)
Auburn
6-3
302 So. Spanish Fort, Ala.
C *P.J. Longergan (8)
LSU
6-4
305 Sr. New Orleans, La.
C *T.J. Johnson (8)
South Carolina
6-6
319 Sr. Aynor, S.C.
Third-Team Offense
Position Name Team Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
QB A.J. McCarron (18)
Alabama
6-4
205 Jr. Mobile. Ala.
RB Onterio McCalebb (19)
Auburn
5-11
168 Sr. Fort Meade, Fla.
RB Spencer Ware (14)
LSU
5-11
223 Jr. Cincinnati, Ohio
WR Emory Blake (41)
Auburn
6-2
197 Sr. Austin, Texas
WR Tavarres King (24)
Georgia
6-1
192 Sr. Mount Airy, Ga.
TE Michael Williams (24)
Alabama
6-6
269 Sr. Reform, Ala.
OL Kenarious Gates (26)
Georgia
6-5
328 Jr. Grantville, Ga.
OL Xavier Nixon (23)
Florida
6-6
309 Sr. Fayetteville, N.C.
OL Ja'Wuan James (18)
Tennessee
6-6
324 Jr. Suwanee, Ga.
OL Elvis Fisher (17)
Missouri
6-5
295 Sr. St. Petersburg, Fla.
C Patrick Lewis (6)
Texas A&M
6-2
312 Sr. Reserve, La.
DEFENSE
First-Team Defense
Position Name Team Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
DL Jadeveon Clowney (140)
South Carolina
6-6
256 So. Rock Hill, S.C.
DL Barkevious Mingo (126)
LSU
6-5
240 Jr. West Monroe, La.
DL Sam Montgomery (124)
LSU
6-4
245 Jr. Greenwood, S.C.
DL Corey Lemonier (102)
Auburn
6-4
240 Jr. Hialeah, Fla.
ILB Nico Johnson (84)
Alabama
6-3
245 Sr. Andalusia, Ala.
OLB Jarvis Jones (178)
Georgia
6-3
241 Jr. Columbus, Ga.
OLB Sean Porter (81)
Texas A&M
6-2
230 Sr. Schertz, Texas
DB Tyrann Mathieu (184)
LSU
5-9
175 Jr. New Orleans, La.
DB Eric Reid (142)
LSU
6-2
208 Jr. Geismar, La.
DB Robert Lester (131)
Alabama
6-2
210 Sr. Foley, Ala.
DB Bacarri Rambo (126)
Georgia
6-0
218 Sr. Donalsonville, Ga.
Second-Team Defense
Position Name Team Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
DL Jesse Williams (84)
Alabama
6-4
319 Sr. Brisbane, Australia
DL John Jenkins (82)
Georgia
6-3
351 Sr. Meriden, Conn.
DL Damion Square (44)
Alabama
6-3
285 Sr. Houston, Texas
DL Devin Taylor (26)
South Carolina
6-8
267 Sr. Beaufort, S.C.
ILB C.J. Mosley (70)
Alabama
6-2
234 Jr. Theodore, Ala.
OLB Alonzo Highsmith (65)
Arkansas
6-1
233 Sr. Missouri City, Texas
OLB A.J. Johnson (25)
Tennessee
6-3
245 S0. Gainesville, Ga.
DB Johnthan Banks (81)
Mississippi State
6-2
185 Sr. Maben, Miss.
DB Dee Milliner (47)
Alabama
6-1
196 Jr. Millbrook, Ala.
DB D.J. Swearinger (26)
South Carolina
6-0
210 Sr. Greenwood, S.C.
DB Matt Elam (25)
Florida
5-10
210 Jr. Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
Third-Team Defense
Position Name Team Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
DL Sharrif Floyd (21)
Florida
6-3
305 Jr. Philadelphia, Pa.
DL Dominique Easley (19)
Florida
6-2
286 Jr. Staten Island, N.Y.
DL Bennie Logan (16)
LSU
6-3
287 Jr. Coushatta, La.
DL Nosa Equae (15)
Auburn
6-3
262 Jr. Mansfield, Texas
ILB Jon Bostic (21)
Florida
6-1
243 Sr. Wellington, Fla.
OLB Cam Lawrence (22)
Mississippi State
6-3
230 Sr. Coldwater, Miss.
OLB DeVonte Holloman (20)
South Carolina
6-2
241 Sr. Charlotte, N.C.
DB T'Sharvin Bell (21)
Auburn
6-0
177 Sr. Kissimmee, Fla.
DB E.J. Gaines (12)
Missouri
5-10
190 Jr. Independence, Mo.
DB Prentiss Waggner (11)
Tennessee
6-2
185 Sr. Clinton, La.
DB *Tharold Simon (10)
LSU
6-3
187 Jr. Eunice, La.
DB *Trey Wilson (10)
Vanderbilt
5-11
192 Sr. Shreveport, La.
DB *Charles Sawyer (10)
Ole Miss
5-11
175 Jr. Miami, Fla.
SPECIALISTS
First-Team Specialists
Position Name Team Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
P Brad Wing (153)
LSU
6-3
184 So. Melbourne, Austraila
PK Caleb Sturgis (127)
Florida
5-11
187 Sr. St. Augustine, Fla.
RS Tyrann Mathieu (159)
LSU
5-9
175 Jr. New Orleans, La.
AP Dennis Johnson (86)
Arkansas
6-0
180 Jr. Texarkana, Ark.
Second-Team Specialists
Position Name Team Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
P Steven Clark (24)
Auburn
6-5
235 Jr. Kansas City, Mo.
PK Drew Alleman (37)
LSU
5-11
183 Sr. Lafayette, La.
RS Onterio McCalebb (22)
Auburn
5-11
168 Sr. Fort Meade, Fla.
AP Bruce Ellington (56)
South Carolina
5-9
197 So. Moncks Corner, S.C.
Third-Team Specialists
Position Name Team Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
P Dylan Breeding (16)
Arkansas
6-1
211 Sr. Hoover, Ala.
PK Cody Parkey (28)
Auburn
6-0
194 Jr. Jupiter, Fla.
RS Andre Debose (18)
Florida
5-11
186 Jr. Sanford, Fla.
AP Johnthan Banks (48)
Mississippi State
6-2
185 Sr. Maben, Miss.
By School
School 1st Team 2nd Team 3rd Team Total
Alabama 5 5 2 12
Arkansas 4 3 1 8
Auburn 2 3 5 10
Florida 1 1 5 7
Georgia 2 2 2 6
Kentucky 0 1 0 1
LSU 7 3 3 13
Ole Miss 0 0 1 1
Mississippi State 0 2 2 4
Missouri 0 0 2 2
South Carolina 2 4 1 7
Tennessee 1 2 2 5
Texas A&M 2 1 1 4
Vanderbilt 0 1 1 2
TOTALS 26 28 28 82
Predicted Order of Finish - SEC Champion
Team Points
1. LSU
129
2. Alabama
65
3. Georgia
14
4. South Carolina
6
5. Arkansas
4
6. Auburn
2
T7. Florida
1
T7. Ole Miss
1
Eastern Division (First Place Votes) Team Points
1. Georgia (132)
1434
2. South Carolina (72)
1358
3. Florida (12)
1045
4. Missouri (2)
797
5. Tennessee (4)
718
6. Vanderbilt
598
7. Kentucky
266
Western Division (First Place Votes)
Team Points
1. LSU (139)
1449
2. Alabama (72)
1379
3. Arkansas (6)
1093
4. Auburn (4)
827
5. Texas A&M
653
6. Mississippi State
554
7. Ole Miss (1)
261


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