2020 All-SEC football team

The 2020 All-SEC football team consists of American football players selected to the All-Southeastern Conference (SEC) chosen by the Associated Press (AP) and the conference coaches for the 2020 Southeastern Conference football season.

Alabama won the conference, beating Florida 52–46 in the SEC Championship.

Alabama wide receiver DeVonta Smith was voted the SEC Offensive Player of the Year (AP and Coaches). Alabama defensive back Patrick Surtain II was voted the SEC Defensive Player of the Year (AP and Coaches). Georgia punter Jake Camarda was voted SEC Special Teams Player of the Year (Coaches). Auburn running back Tank Bigsby was voted SEC Newcomer/Freshman of the Year (AP and Coaches), with Missouri quarterback Connor Bazelak sharing the honor from the Coaches vote. Nick Saban of Alabama was voted SEC Coach of the Year (AP and Coaches) for the fifth time.

Offensive selectionsEdit

QuarterbacksEdit

Running backsEdit

Wide receiversEdit

CentersEdit

  • Landon Dickerson, Alabama (AP-1, Coaches-1)
  • Drake Jackson, Kentucky (AP-2, Coaches-2)

GuardsEdit

  • Ben Cleveland, Georgia (AP-1, Coaches-1)
  • Trey Smith, Tennessee (AP-1, Coaches-1)
  • Deonte Brown, Alabama (AP-2, Coaches-1)
  • Kenyon Green, Texas A&M (AP-2, Coaches-2)

TacklesEdit

  • Alex Leatherwood, Alabama (AP-1, Coaches-1)
  • Darian Kinnard, Kentucky (AP-1, Coaches-2)
  • Carson Green, Texas A&M (AP-2, Coaches-2)
  • Dan Moore Jr., Texas A&M (Coaches-2)
  • Landon Young, Kentucky (AP-2, Coaches-1)

Tight endsEdit

Defensive selectionsEdit

Defensive endsEdit

  • Trajan Jeffcoat, Missouri (AP-1, Coaches-1)
  • Dayo Odeyingbo, Vanderbilt (AP-1, Coaches-2)
  • Ali Gaye, LSU (AP-2, Coaches-2)
  • Brenton Cox Jr., Florida (AP-2)

Defensive tacklesEdit

  • Christian Barmore, Alabama (AP-1, Coaches-1)
  • Bobby Brown III, Texas A&M (AP-1, Coaches-1)
  • Kingsley Enagbare, South Carolina (AP-2, Coaches-1)
  • Big Kat Bryant, Auburn (Coaches-2)
  • Jordan Davis, Georgia (Coaches-2)
  • Jonathan Marshall, Arkansas (AP-2)

LinebackersEdit

  • Nick Bolton, Missouri (AP-1, Coaches-1)
  • Grant Morgan, Arkansas (AP-1, Coaches-1)
  • Dylan Moses, Alabama (Coaches-1)
  • Monty Rice, Georgia (AP-1)
  • Azeez Ojulari, Georgia (AP-2, Coaches-2)
  • Christopher Allen, Alabama (Coaches-2)
  • Willie Anderson Jr., Alabama (AP-2)
  • Henry To'o To'o, Tennessee (AP-2)
  • Bumper Pool, Arkansas (Coaches-2)

CornerbacksEdit

SafetiesEdit

  • Richard LeCounte, Georgia (AP-1, Coaches-1)
  • Jalen Catalon, Arkansas (AP-1, Coaches-2)
  • Malachi Moore, Alabama (AP-2, Coaches-2)
  • Smoke Munday, Auburn (AP-2)

Special teamsEdit

KickersEdit

  • Anders Carlsen, Auburn (AP-1, Coaches-2)
  • Cade York, LSU (AP-2, Coaches-1)

PuntersEdit

  • Jake Camarda, Georgia (AP-1, Coaches-1)
  • Max Duffy, Kentucky (AP-2)
  • Zach Von Rosenberg, LSU (Coaches-2)

All purpose/return specialistEdit

KeyEdit

Bold = Consensus first-team selection by both the coaches and AP

AP = Associated Press[1]

Coaches = Selected by the SEC coaches[2]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Iacobelli, Pete (December 23, 2020). "AP All-SEC: No. 1 Alabama Leads The Way For Top Awards". Associated Press. Retrieved January 1, 2021.
  2. ^ "2020 SEC Football Awards, All-SEC Team Announced". Southeastern Conference. December 22, 2020. Retrieved January 1, 2021.