Blog – Prescott headlines MSU’s preseason All-SEC selections

Mississippi State saw four players on the preseason All-Southeastern Conference team as selected by the media.

Junior quarterback Dak Prescott, sophomore defensive lineman Chris Jones and junior linebacker Benardrick McKinney are a part of the second team, while senior wide receiver Jameon Lewis is on the third team.

The Bulldogs were also picked to finish fifth in the Western Division. Alabama was picked to win the league, with South Carolina winning the Eastern Division.

2014 PRE-SEASON MEDIA DAYS ALL-SEC TEAM

(Total points earned in parenthesis)

 OFFENSE

First-Team

QB       Nick Marshall, Auburn (241)

RB        T.J. Yeldon, Alabama (281)

RB        Todd Gurley, Georgia (280)

WR      Amari Cooper, Alabama (282)

WR      Sammie Coates, Auburn (207)

TE        O.J. Howard, Alabama (188)

OL        La’el Collins, LSU (231)

OL        Arie Kouandjio, Alabama (188)

OL        Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss (183)

OL        Cedric Ogbuehi, Texas A&M (174)

C          Reese Dismukes, Auburn (226)

 

Second-Team

QB       Dak Prescott, Mississippi State (118) 

RB        Mike Davis, South Carolina (240)

RB        Alex Collins, Arkansas (126)

WR      Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss (182)

WR      Malcolm Mitchell, Georgia (71)

TE        C.J. Uzomah, Auburn (141)

OL        A.J. Cann, South Carolina (166)

OL        Vadal Alexander, LSU (112)

OL        Alex Kozan, Auburn (112)

OL        Corey Robinson, South Carolina (107)

C          Ryan Kelly, Alabama (126)

 

Third-Team

QB       Bo Wallace, Ole Miss (94)

RB        Corey Grant, Auburn (52)

RB        Keith Marshall, Georgia (44)

WR      Jameon Lewis, Mississippi State (67)

WR      Marquez North, Tennessee (66)

TE        Hunter Henry, Arkansas (72)

OL        Austin Shepherd, Alabama (106)

OL        Chad Slade, Auburn (101)

OL        John Theus, Georgia (96)

OL        Chaz Green, Florida (94)

C          Evan Boehm, Missouri (77)

 

 

DEFENSE

First-Team

DL        Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss (239)

DL        Dante Fowler, Jr., Florida (212)

DL        A’Shawn Robinson, Alabama (208)

DL        Gabe Wright, Auburn (192)

LB        Trey DePriest, Alabama (253)

LB        A.J. Johnson, Tennessee (186)

LB        Ramik Wilson, Georgia (147)

DB       Landon Collins, Alabama (274)

DB       Vernon Hargreaves, III, Florida (243)

DB       Cody Prewitt, Ole Miss (210)

DB       Deshazor Everett, Texas A&M (183)

 

Second-Team

DL        Trey Flowers, Arkansas (181)

DL        Chris Jones, Mississippi State (150) 

DL        Alvin “Bud” Dupree, Kentucky (134)

DL        Markus Golden, Missouri (125)

LB        Benardrick McKinney, Mississippi State (143) 

LB        Jordan Jenkins, Georgia (137)

LB        Denzel Nkemdiche, Ole Miss (116)

DB       Robenson Therezie, Auburn (144)

DB       Tre’Davious White, LSU (141)

DB       Damian Swann, Georgia (127)

DB       Tony Conner, Ole Miss (116)

 

Third-Team

DL        Ray Drew, Georgia (102)

DL        Montravius Adams, Auburn (94)

DL        Carl Lawson, Auburn (87)

DL        Jermauria Rasco, LSU (79)

LB        Kwon Alexander, LSU (112)

LB        Cassanova McKinzy, Auburn (82)

LB        Serderius Bryant, Ole Miss (76)

DB       Jon Mincy, Auburn (99)

DB       Corey Thompson, LSU (86)

DB       Rashard Robinson, LSU (84)

DB       Brison Williams, South Carolina (81)

 

SPECIALISTS

First-Team

P          Drew Kaser, Texas A&M (221)

PK        Marshall Morgan, Georgia (224)

RS        Christion Jones, Alabama (262)

AP        Christion Jones, Alabama (130)

 

Second-Team

P          Sam Irwin-Hill, Arkansas (136)

PK        Colby Delahoussaye, LSU (142)

RS        Andre Debose, Florida (97)

AP        Terrence Magee, LSU (111)

 

Third-Team

P          Jamie Keehn, LSU (81)

PK        Andrew Baggett, Missouri (103)

RS        Marcus Murphy, Missouri (72)

AP        Trey Williams, Texas A&M (89)

 

 

PREDICTED ORDER OF FINISH

 

SEC CHAMPION

School Points
Alabama 154
Auburn 75
South Carolina 32
Georgia 19
LSU 9
Ole Miss 2
Arkansas 1
Mississippi State 1

 

 

EASTERN DIVISION

School Points
South Carolina 1895
Georgia 1777
Florida 1362
Missouri 1263
Tennessee 893
Vanderbilt 619
Kentucky 395

 

 

WESTERN DIVISION

School Points
Alabama 1915
Auburn 1735
LSU 1453
Ole Miss 1069
Mississippi State 890
Texas A&M 791
Arkansas 351

 

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