The Southeastern Conference released it's 2015 preseason All-SEC football teams on Friday, as voted on by media in attendance at the 2015 SEC Media Days in Hoover, Alabama, July 13-16.
The Georgia Bulldogs were well-represented, boasting four players with first-team honors. Preseason Heisman hopeful, sophomore running back Nick Chubb, was the leading points earner with 189 to headline the first-team. Joining Chubb on the first-team offense is senior left guard and Bolles graduate, John Theus.
On the other side of the ball, senior linebacker Jordan Jenkins earned All-SEC first-team defensive honors.
Senior place kicker Marshall Morgan is a first-team specialist for the Bulldogs.
As for the second and third teams, junior right guard Greg Pykewas named to the second-team offense while senior wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell made the third-team offense. Junior linebackerLeonard Floyd earned second-team honors.
While Gators were not as well-represented as their Bulldog rivals they did have the leading defensive points earner in Vernon Hargreaves III.
Hargreaves was named to the first-team defensive. The junior cornerback is the only Gator named to the first-team defense or offense. However, senior defensive lineman Jonathan Bullard was named to the All-SEC second team defense, and senior linebacker Antonio Morrison earned third-team defensive honors.
Alabama has the most players throughout all of the teams with 12. They also have the most first-team honorees with five (two offense, three defense).
For the full list of All-SEC teams visit secsports.com
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