Georgia and Alabama led the SEC in All-SEC selections. The two schools were picked to win their respective divisions, so you can imagine those teams had a number of talented players.
Georgia had 10 players, while Alabama came in with 16. But perhaps the more concerning number was Alabama placing eight players on the First Team. The Bulldogs had just two, with Jordan Davis and Jake Camarda representing the Bulldogs.
The Crimson Tide had more players at linebacker — Christian Harris, Henry To’oTo’o and Will Anderson — make First Team All-SEC than the team picked to finish second in the SEC.
Alabama’s eight players also come after seeing six players drafted in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft. In addition to the three linebackers, Alabama placed wide receiver John Metchie, offensive lineman Evan Neal, defensive lineman Phidarian Mathis and defensive backs Malachi Moore and Josh Jobe on the team.
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