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Three Kentucky players named Preseason All-SEC by coaches

This morning, three Kentucky Wildcats were named Preseason All-SEC by the league’s coaches.

Senior offensive guard Logan Stenberg was named to the Second Team while junior center Drake Jackson made the Third Team. Junior wide receiver Lynn Bowden earned three different honors: Second Team All-Purpose Threat, Third Team Wide Receiver, and Third Team Return Specialist.

A rundown of each Wildcats’ achievements from UK. Last season, Bowden broke the school record for most receptions (67) by a sophomore in school history, surpassing Derek Abney’s 66 from 2001; led Kentucky in catches, receiving yards (745) and touchdown receptions (five); and hauled in the most catches in a season since Randall Cobb’s 84 in 2010. Stenberg started all 13 games in 2018 and graded out at 85.5% for the season, registering 78 knockdown blocks and 154 blocks at the point of attack. He did not miss a single assignment all season and allowed just one sack. Jackson also started all 13 games last season, was responsible for only one-half quarterback sack, had 141 blocks at the point of attack, and had 33 knockdown blocks.

You can see the entire slate of honors after the jump.

First Team Preseason All-SEC

Albert Okwuegbunam, Missouri

Andrew Thomas, Georgia
Alex Leatherwood, Alabama
Jedrick Wills Jr., Alabama*
Tre’Vour Wallace-Simms, Missouri*
Prince Tega Wanogho, Auburn*

Lloyd Cushenberry, LSU

Jerry Jeudy, Alabama
Kalija Lipscomb, Vanderbilt

Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama

D’Andre Swift, Georgia
Najee Harris, Alabama AP
Jaylen Waddle, Alabama

Raekwon Davis, Alabama
Derrick Brown, Auburn
Rashard Lawrence, LSU
Justin Madubuike, Texas A&M

Dylan Moses, Alabama
Erroll Thompson, Mississippi State
Cale Garrett, Missouri

C.J. Henderson, Florida
Grant Delpit, LSU
J.R. Reed, Georgia
Trevon Diggs, Alabama*
Kristian Fulton, LSU*

Rodrigo Blankenship, Georgia P
Braden Mann, Texas A&M

Jaylen Waddle, Alabama

Second Team Preseason All-SEC

Jared Pinkney, Vanderbilt

Damien Lewis, LSU
Logan Stenberg, Kentucky
Solomon Kindley, Georgia
Isaiah Wilson, Georgia

Darryl Williams, Mississippi State

Henry Ruggs III, Alabama
Bryan Edwards, South Carolina

Jake Fromm, Georgia

Ke’Shawn Vaughn, Vanderbilt
Lamical Perine, Florida

Lynn Bowden, Kentucky

Jabari Zuniga, Florida
Marlon Davidson, Auburn
Javon Kinlaw, South Carolina
Nick Coe, Auburn

Anfernee Jennings, Alabama
De’Jon Harris, Arkansas
David Reese II, Florida

Xavier McKinney, Alabama
Patrick Surtain II, Alabama
DeMarkus Acy, Missouri
Cameron Dantzler, Mississippi State

Evan McPherson, Florida

Tommy Townsend, Florida

Jashaun Corbin, Texas A&M*
Marquez Callaway, Tennessee*

Third Team Preseason All-SEC

Charlie Woerner, Georgia

Yasir Durant, Missouri
Ben Cleveland, Georgia
Matt Womack, Alabama
Marquel Harrell, Auburn*
Mike Horton, Auburn* C
Drake Jackson, Kentucky

Jaylen Waddle, Alabama
Lynn Bowden, Kentucky*
Justin Jefferson, LSU*

Kellen Mond, Texas A&M

Larry Rountree, Missouri
Kylin Hill, Mississippi State AP
Jashaun Corbin, Texas A&M


McTelvin Agim, Arkansas
Chauncey Rivers, Mississippi State
Tyler Clark, Georgia
LaBryan Ray, Alabama*
Dayo Odeyingbo, Vanderbilt*
Jordan Elliott, Missouri*

Michael Divinity, LSU
T.J. Brunson, South Carolina*
Darrell Taylor, Tennessee*
Jacob Phillips, LSU*

Daniel Thomas, Auburn
Nigel Warrior, Tennessee
Shyheim Carter, Alabama
Kamren Curl, Arkansas*
Jaycee Horn, South Carolina*
Javaris Davis, Auburn*

Tucker McCann, Missouri*
Anders Carlson, Auburn*

Zach Von Rosenberg, LSU

Lynn Bowden, Kentucky


Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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7 Comments for Three Kentucky players named Preseason All-SEC by coaches

  1. secrick
    12:33 pm August 15, 2019 Permalink

    So Bowden didn’t make the first team in anything, darn there must be some great players in the Sec and we all know there is but hard to believe.

  2. michaelb
    12:54 pm August 15, 2019 Permalink

    I’m more surprised by our lineman not making first team . Hey that’s good for us they keep giving uk football the fuel they use to be great in the form of media snubs

  3. michaelb
    12:55 pm August 15, 2019 Permalink

    We’re gonna see healthy doses of tua & jeudy all year long on tv. Can’t deny that’s a great combo .

  4. aron1976
    12:57 pm August 15, 2019 Permalink

    There are but I expect to see a few more Names of UK players on these lists by the end of the year.

  5. Thetruthshallsetbennyfree
    5:02 pm August 15, 2019 Permalink

    The league coaches have to knock KY players down a peg in a hopefull attempt to tell recruits it doesn’t matter how good you are at KY you won’t get the props you deserve. They know if UK starts recruiting at a high pitch they’re done for.

  6. njcat54
    5:59 pm August 15, 2019 Permalink

    These choices were by the coaches, not the media. Overall, the east only had 1/3 of the first team but had 50% of the second and third team.

    Alabama the overall leader – by far.
    GA, Missouri, LSU, and Auburn had 8-10 spots
    KY, FL, A&M, and MSU has 5-6
    Vandy, MSU, SC, and TN had 3-4.
    Only Ole Miss got shut out.

    KY was only team with more than 4 spots and none on first team.

    This says the KY talent level is middle of the pack according to the coaches, a huge improvement since Stoops took over, but certainly not yet in the top tier. Will be interesting to see how these look at the end of the year.

  7. livingood4UK
    9:15 pm August 15, 2019 Permalink

    I think by season’s end you will see Bowden and Stenberg on the first team. You will also see Boogie Watson added to this somewhere as well.