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2019 Pre-Season All-SEC team: Offense

*An early look ahead.

First Team: Offense

Tagovailoa was the 2018 SEC Offensive Player of the Year. 
Photo: Alabama Athletics
PosNAMEYRTEAMHTWT
QBTua TagovailoaJrAlabama6′ 1″218
RBKe’Shawn VaughnSrVanderbilt5′ 10″225
RBD’Andre SwiftJrGeorgia5′ 9″215
WRJerry JeudyJrAlabama6′ 1″187
WRDeVonta SmithJrAlabama6′ 1″173
TEAlbert OkwuegbunamJrMissouri6′ 5″260
OTPrince Tega WanoghoSrAuburn6′ 7″301
OTAndrew ThomasJrGeorgia6′ 6″320
OGTre’Vour Wallace-SimmsSrMissouri6′ 5″340
OGAlex LeatherwoodJrAlabama6′ 6″314
OCDrake JacksonJrKentucky6′ 2″303
KRidrigo BlankenshipSrGeorgia6′ 1″191
RSDe’Vion WarrenJrArkansas5′ 11″181

Second Team: Offense

Fromm looks to continue his impressive touchdown to interception ratio.
Photo: Steven Colquitt/UGA Sports
PosNAMEYRTEAMHTWT
QBJake FrommJrGeorgia  6′ 2″215
RBLarry RountreeJrMissouri5′ 10″210
RBNajee HarrisJrAlabama6′ 2″228
WRSeth WilliamsSophAuburn6′ 3″215
WRKalija LipscombSrVanderbilt6′ 1″201
TEJared PinkneySrVanderbilt6′ 4″255
OTGreg EilandJrMississippi State6′ 8″330
OTSaahdiq CharlesSrLSU6′ 5″321
OGMarquel HarrellSrAuburn6′ 3″308
OGSolomon KindleySrGeorgia6′ 4″330
OCDarryl WilliamsSrMississippi State6′ 2″306
KTucker McCannSrMissouri6′ 0″205
RSLynn BowdenJrKentucky6′ 1″195

2019 Pre-Season All-American team: Offense

*An early look ahead.

First Team

Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa looks to duplicate his amazing sophomore season.
Photo: Al.com
PosNAMEYRTEAMHTWT
QBTua TagovailoaJrAlabama6′ 1″218
RBJonathan TaylorJrWisconsin5′ 11″214
RBTravis EtienneJrClemson5′ 10″210
WRJerry JeudyJrAlabama6′ 1″187
WRRondale MooreSoPurdue5′ 9″175
TEAlbert OkwuegbunamJrMissouri6′ 5″260
OTTrey AdamsSrWashington6′ 8″331
OTAndrew ThomasJrGeorgia6′ 6″320
OGCalvin ThrockmortonSrOregon6′ 5″316
OGJohn SimpsonSrClemson6′ 4″320
OCTyler BiadaszJrWisconsin6′ 3″322
KAndre SzmytSoSyracuse6′ 1″195
RSRondale MooreSoPurdue5′ 9″175

Second Team

National Championship quarterback Trevor Lawrence.
Photo: heavy.com
PosNAMEYRTEAMHTWT
QBTrevor LawrenceSoClemson6′ 5″205
RBSalvon AhmenJrWashington5′ 11″191
RBEno BenjaminJrArizona State5′ 10″200
WRJustyn RossSoClemson6′ 4″205
WRTylan WallaceJrOklahoma State6′ 0″185
TEMatt BushmanJrBYU6′ 5″250
OTWalker LittleJrStanford6′ 7″317
OTSamuel CosmiSoTexas6′ 6″290
OGShane LemieuxSrOregon6′ 4″315
OGParker BraunSrGeorgia Tech6′ 3″280
OCZach ShackelfordSrTexas6′ 4″295
KCooper RotheSrWyoming5′ 11″174
RSSavon ScarverJrUtah State5′ 11″180

Third Team

Look for Patterson to have a break-out Senior season.
Photo: MGoBlue.com
PosNAMEYRTEAMHTWT
QBShea PattersonSrMichigan6′ 2″203
RBMichael WarrenJrCincinnati5′ 11″2018
RBKennedy BrooksSoOklahoma5′ 11″201
WRCollin JohnsonSrTexas6′ 5″215
WRTyler JohnsonSrMinnesota6′ 2′190
TEJared PinkneySrVanderbilt6′ 4″255
OTJon Runyan, Jr.SrMichigan6′ 4′298
OTLiam EichenbergJrNotre Dame6′ 6″303
OGKeith IsmaelJrSan Diego State6′ 3″310
OGBen BredesonSrMichigan6′ 5″310
OCJimmy MorrisseySrPittsburgh6′ 3″295
KRidrigo BlankenshipSrGeorgia6′ 1″191
RSIsaiah WrightSrTemple6′ 2″218

Texas Bowl – Dec 27

Baylor Bears (6-6)  vs  Vanderbilt Commodores (6-6)

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BAYLOR  |  BIG 12 CONFERENCE

Coach:  Matt Rhule

Baylor Players to watch:

Senior WR Jalen Hurd  (6-4/229)

Baylor Bears wide receiver Jalen Hurd (5) in action against the Abilene Christian. 
Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Hurd has made a huge impact in his first and only season on the gridiron at Baylor. A transfer from Tennessee, Hurd led the Bears with 69 receptions and 946 yards in the regular season. He scored four touchdowns through the air.

Senior P Drew Galitz  (5-11/212)

Galitz ranks second in the Big 12 with a 42.43 punting average with a long punt of 62 yards and 18 downed inside the 20.  He was selected to the All-Big 12 first team.

***Sophomore NT James Lynch  (6-4/285)

Lynch leads the Baylor team with 9.0 TFL and 5.5 sacks. He was named a Freshman All-American by ESPN in 2017 and All-Big 12 second team this year.

*Junior LB Clay Johnstone  (6-1/235)

Johnston has piled up tackles in 2018 with a Baylor-leading 95 stops, a total that ranks fifth in the Big 12. He averaged 13.3 tackles per game in the month of November and set a career high with 17 combined stops against Oklahoma State.

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VANDERBILT  |  SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Coach:  Derek Mason

Vanderbilt Players to watch:

*Junior CB JoeJuan Williams  (6-3/205)

Vanderbilt’s Derek Mason sees a little Richard Sherman in Joejuan Williams.
Photo:  tennessean.com

Williams, who has started 24 straight games for the Commodores, finished the year with 56 total tackles and 44 unassisted stops, both single-season career highs.  He led all SEC defensive backs with 15 defensed passes and ranked second in the conference with four interceptions.

***Freshman LB Demitri Moore (6-3/215)

The Cedar Hill, Texas, native played in all 12 games for the Commodores, earning 10 starts as a redshirt freshman. Moore finished second on the team with 79 total tackles, chipping in 2.5 tackles for loss, one sack, three pass breakups and four quarterback hurries.

*Junior RB Ke’Shawn Vaughn  (5-10/215)

Vaughn, who finished the regular season with 1,001 rushing yards and 10 touchdown, topped all SEC backs with a 7.0 yards/rush (min. 50 attempts). He also ranked among league’s most explosive players – topping all SEC backs with seven rushes of 40 or more yards and three rushes of 60 or more yards.

*Junior TE Jared Pinkney  (6-4/255)

Pinkney authored one of the best seasons among SEC tight ends as a redshirt junior. He started all 12 games and finished second on the roster in catches (45), receiving yards (698) and receiving touchdowns (seven).

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Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl
Baylor 45, Vanderbilt 38