All five spots are on the first team, which is the most in the league.
Doak Walker Award winner and Heisman Trophy runner-up Darren McFadden was the only unanimous selection on the team, earning a first-team spot at running back.
McFadden is joined in the backfield by teammate Felix Jones, who also made the first team as a return specialist.
Other Razorbacks on the team are center Jonathan Luigs, an All-American and a Rimington Trophy finalist last year, and receiver Marcus Monk, who already holds school records for touchdown receptions in a season (11) and a career (24).
LSU is picked to win the Western Division with 63 first-place votes and 110 points, followed by Auburn with five first-place votes and 205 points, Arkansas with five first-place votes and 237 points, Alabama with seven first-place votes and 256 points, Ole Miss with 430 points and Mississippi State with 442.
LSU is picked to win the overall championship with 54 points, followed by
McFadden is coming off a record-setting sophomore season in which he rushed for a school-record 1,647 yards. His season total was the fifth-best in SEC history. He scored 14 touchdowns, completed 7-of-9 passes for 69 yards and three touchdowns, and averaged 26.2 yards on 10 kickoff returns with one for a touchdown.
Jones, an All-American kick returner as a freshman in 2005, ran for 1,168 yards and six touchdowns. His 7.6 yards per carry led the SEC and ranked second in the nation. His 7.09 career yards per carry average ranks first in school history.
Luigs helped clear the way for McFadden and Jones, who became just the third duo in SEC history to rush for 1,000 yards in the same season. Luigs helped
Monk caught 50 passes for 962 yards and the school-record 11 touchdowns. He has at least one reception in every game of his 36-game career. With 24 career touchdown catches, he is just seven short of the league record held by Chris Doering of
LSU led the way with seven players selected first or second team, followed by Florida and Kentucky with six each, Arkansas, Alabama and Tennessee with five, Vanderbilt four, Auburn and South Carolina three, and Georgia, Ole Miss and Mississippi State two.
2007 SEC FOOTBALL MEDIA DAYS
PRE-SEASON ALL-SEC FOOTBALL TEAM
(*-Ties / # - Unanimous vote / Number of votes in parenthesis) (80 total voters)
FIRST-TEAM ALL-SEC -- OFFENSE
Pos. Name School Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
TE Jacob Tamme (67)
OL Will Arnold (65) LSU 6-4 319 Sr. Gloster, Miss.
OL Michael Oher (59) Ole Miss 6-5 325 Jr.
OL Andre Smith (43)
OL Phil Trautwein (28)
C Jonathan Luigs (58)
WR Earl Bennett (65) Vanderbilt 6-1 202 Jr.
WR Marcus Monk (27)
QB Andre’ Woodson (62)
#RB Darren McFadden (80)
RB Felix Jones (27)
SECOND-TEAM ALL-SEC -- OFFENSE
TE Cornelius Ingram (3)
OL Chris Williams (21) Vanderbilt 6-6 320 Sr. Glynn,
OL King Dunlap (16)
OL Drew Miller (13)
OL Brian Stamper (6) Vanderbilt 6-4 300 Sr. Windermere,
C Antoine Caldwell (15)
WR Percy Harvin (19)
*WR Keenan Burton (17)
*WR Early Doucet (17) LSU
QB Erik Ainge (6)
RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis (26) Ole Miss 5-11 225 Sr.
RB LaMarcus Coker (7)
FIRST-TEAM ALL-SEC -- DEFENSE
DL Glenn Dorsey (78) LSU 6-2 299 Sr. Gonzales,
DL Quentin Groves (72) Auburn 6-3 254 Sr.
DL Derrick Harvey (48)
LB Jasper Brinkley (75)
LB Jonathan Goff (73) Vanderbilt 6-4 235 Sr. Lynn,
LB Ali Highsmith (58) LSU 6-1 226 Sr.
LB Jerod Mayo (37)
DB Simeon Castille (78)
DB Jonathan Hefney (60)
DB Chevis Jackson (51) LSU 6-0 190 Sr.
DB Derek Pegues (46)
SECOND-TEAM ALL-SEC -- DEFENSE
DL Titus Brown (14)
DL Tyson Jackson (8) LSU 6-5 292 Jr. Edgard,
DL Wallace Gilberry (8)
LB Wesley Woodyard (36)
LB Prince Hall (14)
*LB Darry Beckwith (5) LSU 6-1 232 Jr.
*LB Brandon Miller (5)
DB Tony Joiner (30)
DB Jonathan Zenon (8) LSU 6-0 176 Sr. Breaux Bridge,
DB Trevard Lindley (5)
DB Jonathan Wilhite (4)
FIRST-TEAM ALL-SEC -- SPECIAL TEAMS
PK Ryan Succop (39)
P Britton Colquitt (64)
RS Felix Jones (31)
SECOND-TEAM ALL-SEC -- SPECIAL TEAMS
PK Brandon Coutu (35)
P Ryan Succop (16)
RS Rafael Little (18)
School Team Team Total
Auburn 1 2 3
LSU 3 4 7
Ole Miss 1 1 2
Vanderbilt 2 2 4
SEC PREDICTED ORDER OF FINISH
SEC Champion – LSU (54),
Eastern Division (
6. Vanderbilt 462
Western Division (
1. LSU (63) 110
5. Ole Miss 430