Their list is here.
The tl;dr summary:
Athlon has four All-SEC teams and the Bulldogs have 13 selections. Alabama has 18. Texas A&M is third, with 12. Tennessee is the only regular-season opponent with double-digit selections (10), while Kentucky, Auburn, and Mississippi State have nine each. For reference, last year the Crimson Tide had 16 players on the list with 16 Dawgs making one of the four teams. This year there are five UGA players on the first team, four on the second team, two on the third team, and two on the fourth team.
Sophomore tight end Brock Bowers and redshirt sophomore left tackle Broderick Jones made the first-team offense while the defensive first-team includes junior defensive tackle Jalen Carter, senior outside linebacker Nolan Smith, and redshirt sophomore cornerback Kelee Ringo. Senior running back Kenny McIntosh, junior center Sedrick Van Pran, and senior safety Chris Smith made the second-team offense and defense, with wide receiver Kearis Jackson being named a second-team specialist as a punt returner. Junior right tackle Warren McClendon and senior outside linebacker Robert Beal were the third-team selections, with sophomore wideout Adonai Mitchell and redshirt sophomore tight end Arik Gilbert being selected to the fourth-team offense. In all, Georgia has seven All-SEC selections on offense, five on defense, and one on special teams.
No Stetson Bennett there. Quelle surprise.
What will be a legitimate surprise is if Gilbert finishes the season as merely the fourth best tight end in the conference.
By the way, Florida has six names total on the list, none on the first team. The Gators sure could use a coaching genius on the sideline to offset that.