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SEC Coaches Pre Season Basketball Team Announced

10/27/2010 2:19 PM

 BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- The Southeastern Conference unveiled its seventh annual men’s basketball coaches preseason All-SEC first and second teams Wednesday, tipping off another great season of SEC men’s basketball.

                Twenty-nine different players received votes for the teams and Florida led all schools with four selections  while Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi State and Vanderbilt had two selections each. In all, nine different schools are represented on the preseason squads.

                The coaches preseason All-SEC first and second teams consist of a minimum of eight players on each squad, voted on by the SEC Head Men’s Basketball Coaches. No ties were broken and no predicted order of finish was made.

                A list of the 2011 SEC Men’s Basketball Coaches Preseason All-SEC team follows.


FIRST TEAM ALL-SEC       Pos         Ht           Wt          Cl            Hometown

Dee Bost, Mississippi State          G             6-2          176         Jr.           Concord, N.C.

JaMychal Green, Alabama           F              6-8          228         Jr.           Montgomery, Ala.

Scotty Hopson, Tennessee          G             6-7          200         Jr.           Hopkinsville, Ky.

Travis Leslie, Georgia      G             6-4          205         Jr.           Decatur, Ga.

Chandler Parsons, Florida             F              6-10       218         Sr.           Casselberry, Fla.

Marshawn Powell, Arkansas       F              6-7          220         So.          Newport News, Va.

Jeffery Taylor, Vanderbilt             F              6-7          225         Jr.           Norkopping, Sweden

Trey Thompkins, Georgia             F              6-10       245         Jr.           Lithonia, Ga.

Chris Warren, Ole Miss  G             5-10       168         Sr.           Orlando, Fla.


SECOND TEAM ALL-SEC Pos         Ht           Wt          Cl            Hometown

Kenny Boynton, Florida G             6-2          183         So.          Pompano Beach, Fla.

Rotnei Clarke, Arkansas                G             6-0          184         Jr.           Verdigris, Okla.

John Jenkins, Vanderbilt               G             6-4          215         So.          Hendersonville, Tenn.

Ravern Johnson, Mississippi State            G             6-7          175         Sr.           Lyon, Miss.

Brandon Knight, Kentucky           G             6-3          195         Fr.           Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

Darius Miller, Kentucky G             6-7          230         Jr.           Maysville, Ky.

Alex Tyus, Florida             F              6-8          220         Sr.           St. Louis, Mo.

Erving Walker, Florida    G             5-8          171         Jr.           Brooklyn, N.Y.


Ties are not broken

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