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SEC Preview 2006 - All-SEC Team

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Posted Aug 9, 2006


CollegeFootballNews.com 2006 SEC Preview All-SEC Team and Top 30 Players


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ALL-SEC OFFENSE

Offensive Player of the Year
RB Kenny Irons, Auburn
The former South Carolina transfer ripped it up in last year's spring ball and went on to be the SEC's best players with eight 100-yard days showing off tremendous home-run hitting speed highlighted by a brilliant 218-yard day in the loss to LSU. He's not a power runner, but he's physical and doesn't go down easily. When he has a sliver of daylight, he'll tear off a huge gain. He's a superior athlete with next-level speed.

QB Chris Leak, Sr. Florida
RB Kenny Irons, Sr. Auburn
RB
Darren McFadden, Soph. Arkansas
WR Dwayne Bowe, Sr. LSU
WR
Sidney Rice, Soph. South Carolina
TE Eric Butler, Jr. Mississippi State
OL Antoine Caldwell, Soph. Alabama
OL
Daniel Inman, Sr. Georgia
OL
Michael Oher, Soph. Ole Miss
OL
Arron Sears, Sr. Tennessee
OL Brian Stamper, Sr. Vanderbilt
PK Brandon Coutu, Jr. Georgia
KR Felix Jones, Soph. Arkansas

ALL-SEC DEFENSE
Defensive Player of the Year
LB Patrick Willis, Ole Miss

Willis will no longer be the hidden gem that only SEC fans know about. He's a fast 6-2 and 230 pounds who was good enough to have been no worse than a second round NFL draft pick had he decided to leave early after dominating last season with five games of double-digit solo tackles (leading the nation in solo stops) and with double-digit stops in every game he was healthy except one; he made nine stops against Arkansas.

DL Justin Harrell, Sr. Tennessee
DL
Jarvis Moss, Jr. Florida
DL
Quentin Moses, Sr. Georgia
DL
Marcus Thomas, Sr. Florida
LB
Sam Oljabutu, Sr. Arkansas
LB
Brandon Siler, Jr. Florida
LB
Patrick Willis, Sr. Ole Miss
DB
Fred Bennett, Sr. South Carolina
DB
Jonathan Hefney, Jr. Tennessee
DB
LaRon Landry, Sr. LSU
DB
Reggie Nelson, Jr. Florida
P Eric Wilbur, Sr. Florida
PR Rafael Little, Jr. Kentucky

ALL-SEC SECOND-TEAM OFFENSE
QB JaMarcus Russell, Jr. LSU
RB Arian Foster, Soph. Tennesse
RB
Rafael Little, Jr. Kentucky
WR Dallas Baker, Sr. Florida
WR Earl Bennett, Soph. Vanderbilt
TE Jacob Tamme, Jr. Kentucky
OL
Tim Duckworth, Jr. Auburn
OL
Brian Anderson, Sr. Mississippi State
OL Kyle Tatum, Sr. Alabama
OL Gurminder Thind, Soph. South Carolina
OL
Zac Tubbs, Sr. Arkansas
PK Chris Hetland, Sr. Florida
KR Lucas Taylor, Soph. Tennessee

ALL-SEC SECOND-TEAM DEFENSE.
DL Jeremy Clark, Sr., Alabama
DL
Quentin Groves, Jr. Auburn
DL
Marquies Gunn, Sr. Auburn
DL Turk McBride, Jr. Tennessee
LB
Quinton Culberson, Sr. Mississippi State
LB
Earl Everett, Sr. Florida
LB
Ali Highsmith, Jr. LSU
DB Jessie Daniels, Sr. LSU
DB
Chris Houston, Jr. Arkansas
DB
David Irons, Sr. Auburn
DB
Reshard Langford, Soph. Vanderbilt
P Kody Bliss, Sr. Auburn
PR Thomas Flowers, Jr. Georgia

Top 30 SEC Players
1. RB Kenny Irons, Sr. Auburn
2. WR Sidney Rice, Soph. South Carolina
3. LB Patrick Willis, Sr. Ole Miss
4. FS LaRon Landry, Sr. LSU
5. QB Chris Leak, Sr. Florida
6. DE Quentin Moses, Sr. Georgia
7. OT Arron Sears, Sr. Tennessee
8. LB Brandon Siler, Jr. Florida
9. RB Darren McFadden, Soph. Arkansas
10. RB Rafael Little, Jr. Kentucky
11. LB Sam Oljabutu, Sr. Arkansas
12. CB Fred Bennett, Sr. South Carolina
13. RB Arian Foster, Soph. Tennesse
14. LB Earl Everett, Sr. Florida
15. FS Reggie Nelson, Jr. Florida
16. RB Ken Darby, Sr. Alabama
17. NT Marcus Thomas, Sr. Florida
18.
RB/KR Felix Jones, Soph. Arkansas
19. LB Ali Highsmith, Jr. LSU
19. QB JaMarcus Russell, Jr. LSU
20. DE Jarvis Moss, Jr. LSU
21. QB Brandon Cox, Jr. Auburn
22. OT Daniel Inman, Sr. Georgia
23. C Antoine Caldwell, Soph. Alabama
24. RB Thomas Brown, Jr. Georgia
25. WR Dwayne Bowe, Sr. LSU
26. LB Quinton Culberson, Sr. Mississippi State
27. OT Michael Oher, Soph. Ole Miss
28. WR Earl Bennett, Soph. Vanderbilt
29. FS Jonathan Hefney, Jr. Tennessee
30. OT Brian Stamper, Sr. Vanderbilt