The 2015 All-SEC Freshman was announced on Thursday, and there was no shortage of crimson and maroon.
Alabama and Texas A&M each led the way with four selections — Aggies stud Christian Kirk made the team as a receiver, all-purpose player and return specialist — while LSU and Missouri followed closely with three players apiece.
Tennessee, Florida and Kentucky each had two representatives. Auburn, Mississippi State and South Carolina each had one selection.
The 16th annual All-SEC team was voted on by the 14 SEC coaches, who were not allowed to select played from their own teams.
Here’s a list of the freshmen that represented each team:
QB: Kyler Murray, Texas A&M
RB: Derrius Guice, LSU
RB: Rawleigh Williams, Arkansas
WR: Christian Kirk, Texas A&M
WR: Calvin Ridley, Alabama
AP: Christian Kirk, Texas A&M
TE: C.J. Conrad, Kentucky
OL: William Clapp, LSU
OL: Martez Ivey, Florida,
OL: Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama
OL: Chance Hall, Tennessee
C: Zack Bailey, South Carolina
DL: Arden Key, LSU
DL: Terry Beckner, Missouri
DL: Walter Brady, Missouri
DL: CeCe Jefferson, Florida
LB: Dre Greenlaw, Arkansas
LB: Gerri Green, Mississippi State
LB: Darrin Kirkland Jr., Tennessee
DB: Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama
DB: Carlton Davis, Auburn
DB: Marlon Humphrey, Alabama
DB: Chris Westry, Kentucky
P: Corey Fatony, Missouri
RS: Christian Kirk, Texas A&M