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KSR’s SEC Media Days 2019 Preseason All-Conference Ballot

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Every media member attending SEC Media Days gets one vote to pick the preseason all-conference team and predict the order of finish.

Below you’ll find every selection I submitted for the honors, which will be released Friday morning. If there was a Wildcat available for selection at a position, you better believe I included them in my ballot.

QUARTERBACK
1 Tua Tagovailoa – QB – Alabama
2 Jake Fromm – QB – Georgia

 

RUNNING BACK
1 Ke’Shawn Vaughn – RB – Vanderbilt
2 Larry Rountree – RB – Missouri
3 D’Andre Swift – RB – Georgia
4 Kylin Hill – RB – Mississippi State

 

WIDE RECEIVER
1 Jerry Jeudy – WR – Alabama
2 Lynn Bowden – WR – Kentucky
3 Kalija Lipscomb – WR – Vanderbilt
4 Jaylen Waddle – WR – Alabama

 

TIGHT END
1 Albert Okwuegbunam – TE – Missouri
2 Jared Pinkney – TE – Vanderbilt

 

OFF. GUARD/TACKLE
1 Andrew Thomas – OL – Georgia
2 Jedrick Wills Jr. – OL – Alabama
3 Logan Stenberg – OL – Kentucky
4 Alex Leatherwood – OL – Alabama
5 Solomon Kindley – OL – Georgia
6 Tre’Vour Wallace-Simms – OL – Missouri
7 Damien Lewis – OL – LSU
8 Isaiah Wilson – OL – Georgia

 

CENTER
1 Drake Jackson – OL – Kentucky
2 Darryl Williams – OL – Mississippi State

 

DEFENSIVE LINE
1 Raekwon Davis – DE – Alabama
2 Nick Coe – DE – Auburn
3 McTelvin Agim – DL – Arkansas
4 D.J. Wonnum – DE – South Carolina
5 Derrick Brown – DL – Auburn
6 Quinton Bohanna – DL – Kentucky
7 Jabari Zuniga – DL – Florida
8 Benito Jones – DL – Ole Miss

 

LINEBACKER
1 Dylan Moses – LB – Alabama
2 Kash Daniel – LB – Kentucky
3 David Reese II – LB – Florida
4 Darrell Taylor – LB – Tennessee
5 Erroll Thompson – LB – Mississippi State
6 Jamar “Boogie” Watson – LB – Kentucky

 

DEFENSIVE BACK
1 Grant Delpit – DB – LSU
2 C.J. Henderson – DB – Florida
3 J.R. Reed – DB – Georgia
4 Kristian Fulton – DB – LSU
5 Patrick Surtain II – DB – Alabama
6 Trey Dean III – DB – Florida
7 DeMarkus Acy – DB – Missouri
8 Nigel Warrior – DB – Tennessee

 

PLACEKICKER
1 Rodrigo Blankenship – PK/P – Georgia
2 Connor Limpert – PK – Arkansas

 

PUNTER
1 Braden Mann – P – Texas A&M
2 Max Duffy – P – Kentucky

 

RETURN SPECIALIST
1 Lynn Bowden – WR – Kentucky
2 Jaylen Waddle – WR – Alabama

 

ALL-PURPOSE
1 Lynn Bowden – WR – Kentucky
2 Kadarius Toney – WR – Florida

 

West

Order of Finish

East

Alabama

1

Georgia

LSU

2

Florida

Texas A&M

3

Kentucky

Auburn

4

Missouri

Miss. State

5

Tennessee

Ole Miss

6

South Carolina

Arkansas

7

Vanderbilt

Kentucky can win as many as nine and as few as six games in 2019. Ultimately, a late season win over Missouri will propel them to near the top of the pack in the SEC East, while South Carolina will sputter playing one of the toughest schedules in the country.

That prediction will not likely matchup with what is revealed Friday morning. Don’t expect to see Kentucky near the top until they continually post ten-win seasons.

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Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

2 Comments for KSR’s SEC Media Days 2019 Preseason All-Conference Ballot



  1. mothandras
    4:03 pm July 17, 2019 Permalink

    Punter U!



  2. KyZoneBlitz
    6:16 pm July 17, 2019 Permalink

    Bohanna should be higher, top-3…