’s Best of the SEC list’s 74th annual survey of SEC SIDs has some interesting results with regard to players’ 2020 seasons.

Best offensive lineman

Alex Leatherwood, Alabama

Runner-up: Trey Hill, Georgia


Best Passer

Kyle Trask, Florida

Runner-up: Jamie Newman, Georgia


Newcomer to watch

Jamie Newman, Georgia

Runner-up: Bryce Young, Alabama

If you have “Trey Hill, second best offensive lineman in the conference” in the pool, please collect your winnings.

Also, if you’re going to include Newman on your newcomer to watch list, how do you leave Costello off?


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7 responses to “’s Best of the SEC list

  1. Anonymous

    How in the hell can they rate Hill the second best Linemen in the Conference when he isn’t even the second lineman on his team? Hill is as much to blame as anyone for our inability to deal with stunts and shifts from defensive lines. The drop off from Galliard was huge. Let’s hope that Matt Luke can get him coached up and that Moken’s system is simpler.


    • Sanford222view

      Hate to break it to you but Hill is pre-season All-American too.


      • Anonymous

        I see that SI put him on their 2nd Team. He is nowhere to be seen on ESPN, Walter Camp, Athlon, etc. I hope I’m wrong about this at the end of the season, but his performance last year don’t deserve All American praise.

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  2. Argondawg

    Jake Carmada as the second best punter was also a surprise.


  3. spur21

    They need a footnote for Trask – best passer in the 5 – 8 yard category.


  4. 123fakest

    My eyes told me that Trey Hill is not a center, and should be playing guard. He was not very good at times last year, and that is putting it kindly.