Alabama Lands 17 All-SEC Prep Team Phil Steele

Phil Metal’s annual school soccer magazines will quickly be on cabinets throughout the nation, and the veteran analyst loves Alabama forward of the 2022 season. Along with having Crimson Tide topped his Energy Ballot ballot, 17 Alabama gamers had been chosen for the All-SEC workforce.

The primary-team squad included quarterback Bryce Younger, fullback Jammer Gibbs, Jermaine Burton, line of defense Justin Iboigbe, midfielders Will Anderson and Henry Too and defensive linebackers Eli Rex and Jordan Battle. As for the second unit, Cameron Lato made a good end, offensive lineman Emile Equiure and kicker Will Richard minimize offs, whereas linebackers Byron Younger and linebackers Dallas Turner and Gibbs (this time as kick-off returners) had been chosen for the third workforce. Extensive receiver Tyler Harrell and defensive backs Kool-Support McKinstry and DeMarcco Hellams rounded out the roster as choices for the fourth workforce.

9 gamers from Crimson Tide additionally made Steele’s All-American workforce, together with 4 first-team gamers in Younger, Anderson, Ricks and Battle. To’o To’o and Gibbs (kick-off return) had been featured on the second workforce, Burton and Ekiyor obtained the third workforce nominations and Latu was the fourth workforce. Steele’s 4 first-team picks had been extra from Alabama than some other faculty.

PHIL STEELE’S PRESEASON SEC TEAM 2022

First workforce assault

QB – Bryce Younger, Alabama
Proper-back – Chris Rodriguez, Kentucky
Proper Again – Jammer Gibbs, Alabama
WR – Cedric Tillman, Tennessee
WR – Kayshon Boutte, LSU
WR – Jermaine Burton, Alabama
TE – Brock Powers, Georgia
C – Ricky Stromberg, Arkansas
OG – Leyden Robinson, Texas A&M
OG – Warren Erickson, Georgia
OT – Broderick Jones, Georgia
OT – Jeremy James, Ole Miss

First workforce protection

Derek Corridor, Auburn
DT – Galen Carter, Georgia
DT – Justin Iboigbe, Alabama
DE – B.J. Ojulari, LSU
LP – Will Anderson, Alabama
LB – Bumper Pool, Arkansas
LB – Henry To’o To’o, Alabama
LB – Tyre Wheat, Mississippi
CB – Eli Rex, Alabama
CB – Cam Smith, South Carolina
S – Battle of Jordan, Alabama
S – Jalen Catalon, Arkansas

The primary workforce of specialists

Ok – Harrison Mavis, Missouri
P – Nick Constantino, Texas A&M
KR – Lydiatric Griffin, Mississippi
Public Relations – Ignace Smith, Texas A&M
LS – Marco Ortiz, Florida

Second workforce assault

QB – Hendon Hooker, Tennessee
RB – Tank Bigsby, Auburn
RB – Devon Achane, Texas A&M
WR – Jonathan Mingo, First Miss
WR – Josh Van, South Carolina
WR – Justin Schurter, Florida
TE – Cameron Lato, Alabama
C – Kingsley Iguacu, Florida
OG – O’Cyrus Torrence, Florida
OG – Emile Equiure, Alabama
OT – Javon Foster, Missouri
OT – Dylan and Nome, South Carolina

Second workforce protection

DE – Ali Jay, LSU
DT – McKinley Jackson, Texas A&M
DT – Jervon Dexter, Florida
DE – Byron Younger, Tennessee
LB – Brenton Cox, Florida
LB – Inverni Orji, Vanderbilt
LB – Owen Babu, Auburn
LB – Nolan Smith, Georgia
CB – Emmanuel Forbes, Mississippi
CB – Kelly Ringo, Georgia
S – Tree Dean, Florida
S – Christopher Smith, Georgia

Second workforce specialists

Ok – Will Richard, Alabama
P – Oscar Chapman, Auburn
KR – Nathaniel Pete, Missouri
Public Relations – Hurricane Robinson, Kentucky
LS – Connor Chuat, Texas A&M

Third workforce assault

QB – Will Rogers, Mississippi
RB – Kendall Melton, Georgia
RB – Jabbari Small, Tennessee
WR – Hurricane Robinson, Kentucky
WR – Austin Williams, Mississippi
WR – Antoine Wells, South Carolina
TE – John Samuel Schenker, Auburn
C – Bryce Foster, Texas A&M
OG – Nick Broeker, Ole Miss
OG – Kenneth Horsey, Kentucky
OT – Robin Sr., Texas A&M
OT – Darnell Wright, Tennessee

Third workforce protection

D – Byron Younger, Alabama
DT – Jaden Crumedy, Mississippi
DT – Zach Pickens, South Carolina
D – Colby Wood, Auburn
LP – JJ Weaver, Kentucky
LB – Ventrell Miller, Florida
LB – Deandry Sq., Kentucky
LB – Dallas Turner, Alabama
CB – Chris Abrams Drain, Missouri
CB – Miles Jones, Texas A&M
S – Antonio Johnson, Texas A&M
S – AJ Finley, Ole Miss

Third workforce specialists

Ok – Little Cam, Arkansas
F – Paxton Brooks, Tennessee
KR – Jammers Gibbs, Alabama
PR – Kerris Jackson, Georgia
LS – Jacob Kuttlebaum, Auburn

Fourth workforce assault

QB – Anthony Richardson, Florida
RB – Zachary Evans, Ole Miss
RB – Dillon Johnson, Mississippi
WR – Ladd McConkey, Georgia
WR – Jadon Haslewood, Arkansas
WR – Tyler Harrell, Alabama
TE – Austin Stogner, South Carolina
C- Cedric Van Bran, Georgia
OG – Jerome Carven, Tennessee
OG – Beaux Limmer, Arkansas
OT – Mason Brooks, Olly Mays
Austin Truxell, Auburn

Fourth workforce protection

DE – Trajan Jifcote, Missouri
DT – Justin Rogers, Kentucky
DT – Isaiah Nichols, Arkansas
DE – Jordan Burch, South Carolina
LP – Cedric Johnson, Olly Miss
LB – Edgerine Cooper, Texas A&M
LB – Jeremy Banks, Tennessee
LB – Robert Peel, Georgia
CB – Nehemiah Pritchett, Auburn
CB – Cool Support McKinstry, Alabama
S – DeMarco Helms, Alabama
S – Martez Manuel, Missouri

Fourth workforce specialists

Ok – Anders Carlson, Auburn
F – Colin Goodfellow, Kentucky
KR – JoJo McDowell, South Carolina
PR – Jaden Walley, Mississippi
LS – Wesley Schilling, Vanderbilt

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