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By Chris Low

Florida had five selections, while Alabama, Arkansas and Tennessee each had four players named to the SEC coaches' All-Freshman team, which was announced Thursday.

South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore was SEC's most decorated freshman this season. He was named Freshman of the Year by the coaches and also earned first-team All-SEC honors.

Here's a look at the entire All-Freshman team:

2010 FRESHMAN ALL-SEC FOOTBALL TEAM

(*-Ties / Coaches could not vote for their own players)

OFFENSE

Pos. Name School Ht. Wt. Hometown

TE Jordan Aumiller Kentucky 6-4 230 Danville, Ky.

OL Ja’Wuan James Tennessee 6-7 313 Suwanee, Ga.

OL D.J. Fluker Alabama 6-6 330 Foley, Ala.

OL Wesley Johnson Vanderbilt 6-5 280 Nashville, Tenn.

*OL Alvin Bailey Arkansas 6-5 323 Broken Arrow, Okla.

*OL Gabe Jackson Mississippi State 6-4 305 Liberty, Miss.

C Travis Swanson Arkansas 6-5 305 Kingwood, Texas

WR Ace Sanders South Carolina 5-7 166 Bradenton, Fla.

WR Justin Hunter Tennessee 6-4 183 Virginia Beach, Va.

QB Aaron Murray Georgia 6-1 209 Tampa, Fla.

RB Marcus Lattimore South Carolina 6-0 218 Duncan, S.C.

RB Mike Dyer Auburn 5-9 215 Little Rock, Ark.

AP Trey Burton Florida 6-2 222 Venice, Fla.

DEFENSE

Pos. Name School Ht. Wt. Hometown

DL Jacques Smith Tennessee 6-2 248 Ooltewah, Tenn.

DL Barkevious Mingo LSU 6-5 237 West Monroe, La.

DL Sharrif Floyd Florida 6-3 301 Philadelphia, Pa.

*DL Byran Jones Arkansas 6-2 310 Junction City, Ark.

*DL Kwame Geathers Georgia 6-6 325 Georgetown, S.C.

*DL Corey Lemonier Auburn 6-4 227 Hialeah, Fla.

*DL Walker May Vanderbilt 6-5 235 Birmingham, Ala.

*DL Sam Montgomery LSU 6-5 245 Greenwood, S.C.

LB C.J. Mosley Alabama 6-2 225 Theodore, Ala.

LB Jelani Jenkins Florida 6-1 223 Olney, Md.

*LB Ronald Powell Florida 6-4 248 Moreno Valley, Calif.

*LB John Propst Tennessee 6-1 220

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Congrats to Murray and Kwame

But Kwame, really? Did he even play enough to get this?

Not knocking him at all, just surprised

Looks like they had to reach a little bit to fill all of the spots. Ace Sanders had a decent year for us, but nothing really too impressive. In all there might be 10 players on that list that had great years and other than that the rest are probably more on potential than actual performance.

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In all there might be 10 players on that list that had great years and other than that the rest are probably more on potential than actual performance.

Good call, and if that's the case I'm encouraged that other coaches think Kwame can be a good player for us.

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Looks like Chris Low didn't provide the full team.

Here is who was left out from the list from above

DB Tyrann Mathieu LSU

DB Nickoe Whitley Mississippi State

DB Kenny Ladler Vanderbilt

*DB Dee Milliner Alabama

*DB Alec Ogletree Georgia

SPECIAL TEAMS

PK Zach Hocker Arkansas

P Cody Mandell Alabama

RS Andre DeBose Florida

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Looks like Chris Low didn't provide the full team.

Here is who was left out from the list from above

DB Tyrann Mathieu LSU

DB Nickoe Whitley Mississippi State

DB Kenny Ladler Vanderbilt

*DB Dee Milliner Alabama

*DB Alec Ogletree Georgia

SPECIAL TEAMS

PK Zach Hocker Arkansas

P Cody Mandell Alabama

RS Andre DeBose Florida

:lol::lol:

I was about to say, looks like ALL the secondaries in the SEC were pretty bad this year. :unsure:

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Don't know why Kwame is on there. And I dont know why Gates isnt on there.

Thought the same thing... Gates should definitely be on there, he played like a junior.

I have no idea how Kwame made this list unless they just had to stretch for an entry and he was the absolute best possible answer there. I think he has great potential and he did make a difference when he was in the game... he just didn't get hardly any playing time, so it's more of a head scratcher than anything.

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Montez Robinson made Freshman All SEC last year despite only really showing up in the stat column against Tennessee Tech. Whatever happened to Montez? Did he transfer and sit out this year or did he go to a JUCO and is looking to sign with a new school? Can't find much on Google.

Montez was kicked off the team for multiple off the field issues. Infact, I think he was arrested multiple times.

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