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    Cartell’s Chatter: Soccer's SEC Top 20

    By: Sean Cartell
    SEC Digital Network

    TopDrawerSoccer.com this week released its list of the top-20 players in each conference. Athletes from 10 of the Southeastern Conference’s 12 institutions have made the list with Florida and Tennessee each placing a league-high three athletes in the top-20.

    Florida midfielder Erika Tymrak, who is tied for second in the league in total points at 27, was named the league’s top player according to TopDrawerSoccer.com. Auburn’s Katy Frierson was ranked second, while South Carolina’s Kayla Grimsley checked in at third. Georgia’s Alexa Newfield and Tennessee’s Caroline Brown rounded out the top five.

    The full list is available below:

    1. Erika Tymrak, Florida, MF
    2. Katy Frierson, Auburn, MF
    3. Kayla Grimsley, South Carolina, F
    4. Alexa Newfield, Georgia, MF
    5. Caroline Brown, Tennessee, MF
    6. Kathryn Williamson, Florida, D
    7. Taryne Boudreau, LSU, MF
    8. Emily Dowd, Tennessee, F
    9. Julie King, Auburn, D
    10. Kelsey Hunyadi, Kentucky, F
    11. Rafaelle Souza, Ole Miss, F
    12. Mo Isom, LSU, GK
    13. McKenzie Barney, Florida, MF
    14. Addie Eggleston, LSU, F
    15. Susannah Dennis, Georgia, MF
    16. Chelsea Hatcher, Tennessee, MF
    17. Kortney Rhoades, South Carolina, MF
    18. Dylan Jordan, Ole Miss, MF
    19. Elisabeth Sullivan, Mississippi State, F
    20. Kailey Anders, Arkansas, D