Kentucky's Warford, King voted All-SEC by coaches

July 12, 2012 

  • First Team


    QB Tyler Wilson Arkansas Sr.

    RB Marcus Lattimore South Carolina Jr.

    RB Knile Davis Arkansas Jr.

    WR Da'Rick Rogers Tennessee Jr.

    WR Cobi Hamilton Arkansas Sr.

    WR Ryan Swope Texas A&M Sr.

    TE Philip Lutzenkirchen Auburn Sr.

    OL Alex Hurst LSU Sr.

    OL Luke Joeckel Texas A&M Jr.

    OL D.J. Fluker Alabama Jr.

    OL Larry Warford Kentucky Sr.

    C Barrett Jones Alabama Sr.


    DL Jadeveon Clowney South Carolina So.

    DL Sam Montgomery LSU Jr.

    DL Corey Lemonier Auburn Jr.

    DL Barkevious Mingo LSU Jr.

    ILB C.J. Mosley Alabama Jr.

    ILB Nico Johnson Alabama Sr.

    OLB Jarvis Jones Georgia Jr.

    OLB Sean Porter Texas A&M Sr.

    DB Tyrann Mathieu LSU Jr.

    DB Bacarri Rambo Georgia Sr.

    DB Eric Reid LSU Jr.

    DB Johnthan Banks Mississippi St. Sr.


    P Brad Wing LSU So.

    PK Caleb Sturgis Florida Sr.

    RS Tyrann Mathieu LSU Jr.

    AP Dennis Johnson Arkansas Jr.

    Second Team


    QB Aaron Murray Georgia Jr.

    RB Eddie Lacy Alabama Jr.

    RB Zac Stacy Vanderbilt Sr.

    WR Justin Hunter Tennessee Jr.

    WR Emory Blake Auburn Sr.

    WR Odell Beckham Jr. LSU So.

    WR LaRod King Kentucky Sr.

    TE Chris Gragg Arkansas Sr.

    OL Alvin Bailey Arkansas Jr.

    OL Chance Warmack Alabama Sr.

    OL Chris Faulk LSU Jr.

    OL Gabe Jackson Mississippi St. Jr.

    C T.J. Johnson South Carolina Sr.


    DL John Jenkins Georgia Sr.

    DL Devin Taylor South Carolina Sr.

    DL Jesse Williams Alabama Sr.

    DL Sharrif Floyd Florida Jr.

    ILB Jon Bostic Florida Sr.

    OLB Alonzo Highsmith Arkansas Sr.

    OLB DeVonte Holloman South Carolina Sr.

    DB Robert Lester Alabama Sr.

    DB D.J. Swearinger South Carolina Sr.

    DB Prentiss Waggner Tennessee Sr.

    DB Matt Elam Florida Jr.


    P Steven Clark Auburn Jr.

    PK Drew Alleman LSU Sr.

    RS Andre Debose Florida Jr.

    AP Johnthan Banks Mississippi St. Sr.

    Third Team


    QB A.J. McCarron Alabama Jr.

    RB Spencer Ware LSU Jr.

    RB Christine Michael Texas A&M Sr.

    WR Malcolm Mitchell Georgia So.

    WR T.J. Moe Missouri Sr.

    TE Michael Williams Alabama Sr.

    OL Jake Matthews Texas A&M Jr.

    OL Dallas Thomas Tennessee Sr.

    OL Xavier Nixon Florida Sr.

    OL Elvis Fisher Missouri Sr.

    C Travis Swanson Arkansas Jr.


    DL Josh Boyd Mississippi St. Sr.

    DL Dominique Easley Florida Jr.

    DL Abry Jones Georgia Sr.

    DL Damontre Moore Texas A&M Jr.

    DL Rob Lohr Vanderbilt Sr.

    ILB Alec Ogletree Georgia Jr.

    ILB Daren Bates Auburn Sr.

    ILB Jelani Jenkins Florida Jr.

    OLB Zaviar Gooden Missouri Sr.

    OLB A.J. Johnson Tennessee So.

    DB Dee Milliner Alabama Jr.

    DB Charles Sawyer Mississippi Jr.

    DB Akeem Auguste South Carolina Sr.

    DB E.J. Gaines Missouri Jr.

    DB Sanders Commings Georgia Sr.


    P Dylan Breeding Arkansas Sr.

    P Tyler Campbell Mississippi Sr.

    PK Zach Hocker Arkansas Jr.

    RS Dustin Harris Texas A&M Sr.

    AP Bruce Ellington South Carolina So.

Offensive lineman Larry Warford and wide receiver LaRod King were the only two University of Kentucky players named Thursday to the pre-season All-Southeastern Conference teams voted on by the league's coaches.

Defending national champion Alabama and defending Southeastern Conference champion LSU each had 11 players named, followed by Arkansas with 10, to lead the list of 87 athletes.

Vanderbilt and Mississippi matched Kentucky for the league's fewest selections with two each. Newcomers Texas A&M and Missouri had seven and four players recognized, respectively.

LSU had the most first-team selections with seven, followed by Alabama and Arkansas with four each.

Vanderbilt, Mississippi and Missouri did not have a first-team honoree.

Warford, a senior from Richmond, was named to the first team. King, a senior from Radcliff, made the second team.

This marks the ninth year of the coaches' pre-season team, which is announced each season in advance of SEC Media Days. Those take place next week in Hoover, Ala.

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