2017 SEC All Freshman Team Announced

Thursday, December 7, 2017 - by special to The Chattanoogan.com

Missouri placed a league-leading five selections on the 2017 Southeastern Conference All-Freshman Football Team, it was announced Thursday. The team was voted on by the league’s head coaches, who were not permitted to vote for their own players.

 

Including Missouri with five selections, four SEC institutions placed three or more members on the All-Freshman Team.

Georgia and LSU were represented with four selections, while Florida had three.

 

Missouri’s Larry Rountree III earned two selections to the All-Freshman Team. He garnered recognition as both an all-purpose athlete and a return specialist.

 

Georgia’s Jake Fromm, an SEC All-Freshman Team honoree at quarterback, was named the SEC’s Freshman of the Year on Wednesday.

 

2017 SEC All-Freshman Team 

 

OFFENSE

TE

Albert Okwuegbunam, Missouri

 

OL

Trey Smith, Tennessee

Andrew Thomas, Georgia

Solomon Kindley, Georgia

Saahdiq Charles, LSU

 

C

Trystan Castillo, Missouri

 

WR

D.K. Metcalf, Ole Miss

Jhamon Ausbon, Texas A&M

         

QB

Jake Fromm, Georgia

 

RB

D’Andre Swift, Georgia

Malik Davis, Florida

 

AP

Larry Rountree III, Missouri

 

DEFENSE

DL

Nick Coe, Auburn

K’Lavon Chaisson, LSU

Big Kat Bryant, Auburn

Tre Williams, Missouri

 

LB

Dylan Moses, Alabama

Erroll Thompson, Mississippi State

Anthony Hines III, Texas A&M

 

DB

Greedy Williams, LSU

CJ Henderson, Florida

Marco Wilson, Florida

Jamyest Williams, South Carolina

 

SPECIAL TEAMS

PK

Jace Christmann, Mississippi State

      

P

Zach Von Rosenberg, LSU

 

RS

Henry Ruggs III, Alabama*

Lynn Bowden, Kentucky*

Larry Rountree III, Missouri*

De'Vion Warren, Arkansas*

 

(* - Ties )

 

(Email Dennis Norwood at sportsshooter614@gmail.com; follow him on Twitter at @DennisENorwood)

 



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