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    Coaches All-SEC Team Announced

    2010 ALL-SEC FOOTBALL TEAM ANNOUNCED
    Alabama and LSU lead way with most selections

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Defending national champion Alabama and SEC Western Division runner-up LSU had the most representatives on the 2010 All-Southeastern Conference Coaches’ Football Team, the league office announced on Tuesday. Alabama had 12 total members, while LSU had eight.

    Nine of the 12 SEC schools had a member on the first-team All-SEC squad. LSU led with five first-teamers, while SEC Champion Auburn tied Alabama with four selections on the first team.

    Arkansas, Georgia and South Carolina each had six members on the annual list. Auburn had four, while Florida and Mississippi State each had three. Alabama led with eight selections on the second team.

    Every SEC squad had at least one student-athlete represented on the first and second teams. Coaches were not permitted to vote for their own players.
                   
    The All-SEC squad had 12 first-team seniors, 12 juniors, two sophomores and one freshman. South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore was the only freshman. LSU junior Patrick Peterson made the first team twice - once as a return specialist and once as a defensive back. Trent Richardson of Alabama and Randall Cobb of Kentucky were also both recognized at two positions.

    Nick Bell of Mississippi State was named honorary captain of the 2010 All-SEC squad.

    The SEC individual award winners will be released on Wednesday and the SEC All-Freshman Team will be announced on Thursday.
                   
    2010 ALL-SEC FOOTBALL TEAM
    (*-Ties) (Coaches could not vote for their own players)

    FIRST-TEAM ALL-SEC -- OFFENSE
    TE D.J. Williams Arkansas 6-2 251 Sr. Little Rock, Ark.
    OL Derek Sherrod Mississippi State (T) 6-6 305 Sr. Columbus, Miss.
    OL Lee Ziemba Auburn 6-8 319 Sr. Rogers, Ark.
    OL DeMarcus Love Arkansas (T) 6-5 315 Sr. Lancaster, Texas
    *OL James Carpenter Alabama (T) 6-5 300 Sr. Augusta, Ga.
    *OL Clint Boling Georgia (T) 6-5 315 Sr. Alpharetta, Ga.
    C Ryan Pugh Auburn (C) 6-4 297 Sr. Hoover, Ala.
    WR Alshon Jeffery South Carolina 6-4 233 So. St. Matthews, S.C.
    WR Julio Jones Alabama 6-4 220 Jr. Foley, Ala.
    QB Cam Newton Auburn 6-6 250 Jr. College Park, Ga.
    RB Marcus Lattimore South Carolina 6-0 218 Fr. Duncan, S.C.
    RB Stevan Ridley LSU 6-0 226 Jr. Natchez, Miss.
    AP Randall Cobb Kentucky 5-11 186 Jr. Alcoa, Tenn.

    SECOND-TEAM ALL-SEC -- OFFENSE
    TE Orson Charles Georgia 6-3 240 So. Tampa, Fla.
    OL Larry Warford Kentucky (G) 6-3 329 So. Richmond, Ky.
    OL Barrett Jones Alabama (G) 6-4 301 So. Memphis, Tenn.
    OL Garrett Chisolm South Carolina (G) 6-6 303 Sr. Charleston, S.C.
    OL Joseph Barksdale LSU (T) 6-6 318 Sr. Detroit, Mich.
    C William Vlachos Alabama (C) 6-1 289 Jr. Birmingham, Ala.
    WR A.J. Green Georgia 6-4 212 Jr. Summerville, S.C.
    WR Randall Cobb Kentucky 5-11 186 Jr. Alcoa, Tenn.
    QB Ryan Mallett Arkansas 6-6 238 Jr. Texarkana, Ark.
    RB Knile Davis Arkansas 6-0 220 So. Missouri City, Texas
    RB Mark Ingram Alabama 5-10 215 Jr. Flint, Mich.
    AP Trent Richardson Alabama 5-11 220 So. Pensacola, Fla.

    FIRST-TEAM ALL-SEC -- DEFENSE
    DL Drake Nevis LSU 6-2 285 Sr. Marrero, La.
    DL Marcell Dareus Alabama 6-4 306 Jr. Birmingham, Ala.
    DL Nick Fairley Auburn 6-5 298 Jr. Mobile, Ala.
    DL Pernell McPhee Mississippi State 6-4 285 Sr. Pahokee, Fla.
    LB Danny Trevathan Kentucky 6-1 223 Jr. Leesburg, Fla.
    LB Kelvin Sheppard LSU 6-3 240 Sr. Stone Mountain, Ga.
    LB Justin Houston Georgia 6-3 258 Jr. Statesboro, Ga.
    DB Patrick Peterson LSU (CB) 6-1 222 Jr. Pompano Beach, Fla.
    DB Mark Barron Alabama (S) 6-2 210 Jr. Mobile, Ala.
    DB Ahmad Black Florida (S) 5-9 190 Sr. Lakeland, Fla.
    DB Stephon Gilmore South Carolina (CB) 6-1 189 So. Rock Hill, S.C.

    SECOND-TEAM ALL-SEC -- DEFENSE
    DL Jake Bequette Arkansas 6-5 271 Jr. Little Rock, Ark.
    DL Cliff Matthews South Carolina 6-4 268 Sr. Cheraw, S.C.
    DL Devin Taylor South Carolina 6-7 249 So. Beaufort, S.C.
    DL Jerrell Powe Ole Miss 6-2 320 Sr. Waynesboro, Miss.
    LB Dont’a Hightower Alabama 6-4 260 So. Lewisburg, Tenn.
    LB Chris White Mississippi State 6-4 245 Sr. Vancleave, Miss.
    *LB Chris Marve Vanderbilt 6-0 235 Jr. Memphis, Tenn.
    *LB Jerry Franklin Arkansas 6-1 241 Jr. Marion, Ark.
    DB Robert Lester Alabama (S) 6-2 206 So. Foley, Ala.
    DB Janoris Jenkins Florida (CB) 5-11 184 Jr. Pahokee, Fla.
    DB Casey Hayward Vanderbilt 5-11 188 Jr. Perry, Ga.
    *DB Janzen Jackson Tennessee 6-0 187 So. Lake Charles, La.
    *DB Dre Kirkpatrick Alabama (CB) 6-3 190 So. Gadsden, Ala.
    *DB Morris Claiborne LSU (CB) 6-0 177 So. Shreveport, La.

    FIRST-TEAM ALL-SEC -- SPECIAL TEAMS
    PK Blair Walsh Georgia 5-10 183 Jr. Boca Raton, Fla.
    P Chas Henry Florida 6-3 215 Sr. Dallas, Ga.
    RS Patrick Peterson LSU 6-1 222 Jr. Pompano Beach, Fla.

    SECOND-TEAM ALL-SEC -- SPECIAL TEAMS
    PK Josh Jasper LSU 5-11 171 Sr. Memphis, Tenn.
    P Drew Butler Georgia 6-2 210 Jr. Duluth, Ga.
    RS Trent Richardson Alabama 5-11 220 So. Pensacola, Fla.

    HONORARY CAPTAIN
    DE Nick Bell Mississippi State 6-3 265 So. Bessemer, Ala.