• Michael Beard

Borderline 2020-21' SEC Preview

Photo by Todd Van Emst

The SEC was maybe more powerful than its ever been last year(most NBA draft picks of any conference at 12), and from top to bottom this year we may be even more stacked; and that is a scary thought.

As a collective unit, we came up with our SEC 1st and 2nd Team All-Americans, as well as a Preseason Player of the Year and projected standings.

(Model: A first team vote got 100 pts, while a 2nd team vote got 50 pts.) Between myself, Dylan Saylor and Dallas Bowlin this is what we came up with.

SEC 1st Team

John Petty, G, Alabama (250 pts, 2 first team votes, 1 second team vote)

Brandon "BJ" Boston, G, Kentucky (300 pts, 3 first team votes)

Keyontae Johnson, F, Florida (200 pts, 2 first team votes)

Trendon Watford, F, LSU (300 pts, 3 first team votes)

John Fulkerson, F/C, Tennessee (300 pts, 3 first team votes)

SEC 2nd Team

Javonte Smart, G, LSU (200 pts, 1 first team vote, 2 second team votes)

AJ Lawson, G, South Carolina (200 pts, 1 first team vote, 2 second team votes)

Scottie Lewis, F, Florida (100 pts, 2 second team votes)

Yves Pons, F, Tennessee (200 pts, 1 first team vote, 2 second team votes)

Olivier Sarr, F/C, Kentucky (150 pts, 3 second team votes)

Honorable Mentions(players that got some votes, but not enough to make 1st or 2nd team)

Keon Johnson, G, Tennessee (50 pts, 1 second team vote)

Scottie Pippen Jr, G, Vanderbilt (50 pts, 1 second team vote)

SEC Player of the Year

Brandon "BJ" Boston, G, Kentucky

Photo by Chet White, UK Athletics

SEC Projected Standings

1) Kentucky

2) Tennessee

3) LSU

4) Alabama

5) Florida

6) South Carolina

7) Auburn

8) Arkansas

9) Ole Miss

10) Texas A&M

11) Mississippi St

12) Missouri

13) Georgia

14) Vanderbilt

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