Coaches Pre-season All-SEC

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  1. vatz22AU

    vatz22AU Founding Member

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    2006 SEC COACHES PRE-SEASON ALL-SEC FOOTBALL TEAM
    (*-Ties / #-Unanimous Selection)
    (Coaches could not vote for themselves or their own players)

    FIRST-TEAM ALL-SEC -- OFFENSE
    Pos. Name School Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
    TE Cole Bennett Auburn 6-4 261 Sr. Dalton, Ga.
    OL Arron Sears Tennessee 6-4 320 Sr. Russellville, Ala.
    OL Tim Duckworth Auburn 6-4 310 Sr. Taylorsville, Miss.
    OL Daniel Inman Georgia 6-7 319 Sr. Hope Mills, N.C.
    OL Will Arnold LSU 6-4 322 Jr. Gloster, Miss.
    C Nick Jones Georgia 6-3 295 Sr. Bowdon, Ga.
    WR Sidney Rice South Carolina 6-4 200 So. Gaffney, S.C.
    WR Earl Bennett Vanderbilt 6-1 202 So. Birmingham, Ala.
    QB Chris Leak Florida 6-0 207 Sr. Charlotte, N.C.
    RB Darren McFadden Arkansas 6-2 210 So. N. Little Rock, Ark.
    RB Kenny Irons Auburn 5-11 200 Sr. Dacula, Ga.

    SECOND-TEAM ALL-SEC -- OFFENSE
    Pos. Name School Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
    TE Jacob Tamme Kentucky 6-5 240 Jr. Danville, Ky.
    OL Ben Grubbs Auburn 6-3 301 Sr. Eclectic, Ala.
    OL Brian Anderson Miss. State 6-6 307 Sr. Butler, Ala.
    OL Brian Stamper Vanderbilt 6-5 305 Sr. Windermere, Fla.
    OL #Brian Johnson LSU 6-4 297 Sr. Tallahassee, Fla.
    OL #Jonathan Palmer Auburn 6-4 325 Sr, Decatur, Ga.
    OL #Stephen Parker Arkansas 6-4 310 Sr. Mandeville, La.
    C Joe Cope Auburn 6-0 276 Sr. Andalusia, Ala.
    WR Dallas Baker Florida 6-3 206 Sr. New Smyrna Beach, Fla.
    WR Dwayne Bowe LSU 6-3 217 Sr. Miami, Fla.
    QB JaMarcus Russell LSU 6-6 252 Jr. Mobile, Ala.
    RB Kenneth Darby Alabama 5-11 205 Sr. Huntsville, Ala.
    RB #Arian Foster Tennessee 6-1 215 So. San Diego, Calif.
    RB #Rafael Little Kentucky 5-10 188 Jr. Anderson, S.C.
    RB #Alley Broussard LSU 6-0 237 Jr. Lafayette, La.

    THIRD-TEAM ALL-SEC -- OFFENSE
    Pos. Name School Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
    TE Martrez Milner Georgia 6-4 240 Sr. Gainesville, Ga.
    OL Robert Felton Arkansas 6-4 319 Jr. Houston, Texas
    OL Zac Tubbs Arkansas 6-6 335 Sr. Cullman, Ala.
    OL Michael Oher Ole Miss 6-5 ½ 330 So. Memphis, Tenn.
    OL #Michael Aitcheson Kentucky 6-3 300 Sr. Miami, Fla.
    OL #Aaron Miller Kentucky 6-5 300 So. Grayson, Ky.
    C Antoine Caldwell Alabama 6-3 296 So. Montgomery, Ala.
    WR Tyrone Prothro Alabama 5-8 178 Sr. Heflin, Ala.
    WR Andre Caldwell Florida 6-1 202 Jr. Tampa, Fla.
    QB Brandon Cox Auburn 6-2 201 Jr. Trussville, Ala.
    RB Thomas Brown Georgia 5-8 185 Jr. Tucker, Ga.
    RB Peyton Hillis Arkansas 6-2 233 Jr. Conway, Ark.

    FIRST-TEAM ALL-SEC -- DEFENSE
    Pos. Name School Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
    DL Quentin Moses Georgia 6-5 250 Sr. Athens, Ga.
    DL Justin Harrell Tennessee 6-4 300 Sr. Martin, Tenn.
    DL Quentin Groves Auburn 6-3 250 Jr. Greenville, Miss.
    LB *Patrick Willis Ole Miss 6-2 230 Sr. Bruceton, Tenn.
    LB Sam Olajubutu Arkansas 5-9 229 Sr. LaGrange, Ga.
    LB Brandon Siler Florida 6-2 235 Jr. Orlando, Fla.
    LB Will Herring Auburn 6-3 220 Sr. Opelika, Ala.
    DB LaRon Landry LSU 6-2 204 Sr. Ama, La.
    DB Tra Battle Georgia 5-11 176 Sr. Forsyth, Ga.
    DB David Irons Auburn 5-11 188 Sr. Dacula, Ga.
    DB #Ramzee Robinson Alabama 5-10 190 Sr. Huntsville, Ala.
    DB #Reggie Nelson Florida 6-1 195 Jr. Melbourne, Fla.

    SECOND-TEAM ALL-SEC -- DEFENSE
    Pos. Name School Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
    DL Chase Pittman LSU 6-4 265 Sr. Shreveport, La.
    DL Keith Jackson Arkansas 6-0 300 Sr. Little Rock, Ark.
    DL #Ray McDonald Florida 6-3 280 Sr. Belle Glade, Fla.
    DL #Marcus Thomas Florida 6-3 286 Sr. Jacksonville, Fla.
    LB Quinton Culberson Miss. State 6-0 239 Sr. Jackson, Miss.
    LB #Ali Highsmith LSU 6-1 226 Jr. Miami, Fla.
    LB #Tony Taylor Georgia 6-1 237 Sr. Watkinsville, Ga.
    LB #Juwan Simpson Alabama 6-3 222 Sr. Decatur, Ala.
    LB #Earl Everett Florida 6-2 231 Sr. Webster, Fla.
    DB Jonathan Hefney Tennessee 5-9 185 Jr. Rock Hill, S.C.
    DB Fred Bennett South Carolina 6-1 199 Sr. Manning, S.C.
    DB Jeramie Johnson Miss. State 5-11 216 Sr. East Point, Ga.
    DB Jessie Daniels LSU 5-11 203 Sr. Breaux Bridge, La.

    THIRD-TEAM ALL-SEC -- DEFENSE
    Pos. Name School Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
    DL Marquies Gunn Auburn 6-4 254 Sr. Alexander City, Ala.
    DL Glenn Dorsey LSU 6-2 284 Jr. Gonzales, La.
    DL #Turk McBride Tennessee 6-4 275 Sr. Camden, N.J.
    DL #Jamaal Anderson Arkansas 6-6 268 Jr. Little Rock, Ark.
    LB Wesley Woodyard Kentucky 6-1 212 Jr. LaGrange, Ga.
    LB Jarvis Jackson Georgia 6-2 218 Sr. Atlanta, Ga.
    LB Jonathan Goff Vanderbilt 6-4 240 Jr. Lynn, Mass.
    LB #Karibi Dede Auburn 6-0 216 Sr. Woodbridge, Va.
    LB #Freddie Fairchild Arkansas 6-2 215 So. Little Rock, Ark.
    DB Roger Williams Kentucky 6-0 210 Jr. Rockmart, Ga.
    DB #Michael Grant Arkansas 5-11 185 Jr. Stone Mountain, Ga.
    DB #Chevis Jackson LSU 6-0 189 Jr. Mobile, Ala.
    DB #Randy Kelly Arkansas 6-0 194 Sr. Palmetto, Fla.
    DB # Paul Oliver Georgia 6-0 205 Jr. Kennesaw, Ga.

    FIRST-TEAM ALL-SEC -- SPECIAL TEAMS
    Pos. Name School Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
    PK Brandon Coutu Georgia 6-0 185 Jr. Lawrenceville, Ga.
    P Kody Bliss Auburn 5-10 177 Sr. Brentwood, Tenn.
    RS Felix Jones Arkansas 6-0 202 So. Tulsa, Okla.

    SECOND-TEAM ALL-SEC -- SPECIAL TEAMS
    Pos. Name School Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
    PK Chris Hetland Florida 6-0 186 Sr. Leesburg, Ga.
    P #Gordon Ely-Kelso Georgia 6-2 215 Sr. Athens, Ga.
    P #Chris Jackson LSU 5-11 174 Sr. River Ridge, La.
    RS Rafael Little Kentucky 5-10 188 Jr. Anderson, S.C.

    THIRD-TEAM ALL-SEC -- SPECIAL TEAMS
    Pos. Name School Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
    PK John Vaughn Auburn 6-1 197 Sr. Brentwood, Tenn.
    P Eric Wilbur Florida 6-1 202 Sr. Winter Park, Fla.
    RS #Thomas Flowers Georgia 5-10 186 Jr. Austell, Ga.
    RS #Tyrone Prothro Alabama 5-8 178 Sr. Heflin, Ala.

    AU : 14
    LSU : 13
    UGA : 12
    UF : 10
     
  2. StaceyO

    StaceyO Football Turns Me On

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    I'm a little disappointed that Craig Davis didn't get any love as WR. He was our most dependable receiver, in my opinion.
     
  3. clair

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    overall, i am pleased with the selections, but Protho? Am I missing something? Isn't this guy still hurt?

    I can think of someone *cough* Buster Davis *cough* who'd be more deserving, considering he will ACTUALLY PLAY this year

    The fact that Chris Leak is our 1st team QB in the conference shows just how thin our league is at the position, b/c I don't know about you all, but I have always found him to be way, waaaaaaaay overrated. I guess that is what happens when a league loses the likes of a Cutler and a Shockley, etc...
     
  4. captainpodnuh

    captainpodnuh Baseball at da Box

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    There is no way that Chris Leak finishes this season as the best QB in the SEC. Not unless he got hypnotized into thinking he is an option QB who likes to get Smeenge'd on a regular basis.
     
  5. HatcherTiger

    HatcherTiger Freedom Isn't Free

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    " I am who I am dog ! "
     
  6. RedElephants

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    He is...Curious myself on how he ended up on there. :confused:

    He wont be back at all this year. He will probably be able to be back next year, but I doubt that he is the same player. I HOPE I am proved wrong though.
     
  7. TigerBait3

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    Seems to a trend every year
     
  8. LSUfreshman21

    LSUfreshman21 Founding Member

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    Leak is a good quarterback when he has a spread air it out type of offense. It's not his fault urban warfare brought him the option.
     
  9. Contained Chaos

    Contained Chaos Don't we all?

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    Caldwell over Davis seems a little off, too. Has he recovered from breaking his femur (sp?) vs Tenn last year? That was nasty.

    I think Davis doesn't get the credit because he hasn't scored a lot of TD's. He makes a lot of great catches, but hasn't found the EZ much. I'm hoping that changes this year.

    And I agree on Leak being over-hyped. In reality, Jamarcus has won more games with his arm than Leak has. He's a good QB, but he gets way too much praise.
     
  10. NoLimitMD

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    Of course Leak is overrated -- he and Urban Myth fit like hand and glove.

    I'm encouraged by seeing Brian Johnson rated that highly -- unanimous 2nd team PRE-season is pretty good.
     

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