COLUMBIA, SC - SEPTEMBER 17: Running back Marcus Lattimore #21 of the South Carolina Gamecocks rushes upfield against the Navy Midshipmen September 17, 2011 at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, South Carolina. Lattimore rushes for 247 yards and three touchdowns. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)
Our picks for the offense....
(3-way tie) QB - Tyler Wilson (SR), ARK - 1st team all-SEC in 2011, thew for 3,638 yards, 24 TD and 6 INT; Aaron Murray (JR), UGA - 2nd team all-SEC in 2011, threw for 3,149 yards, 35 TD and 12 INT; Tyler Bray (JR), UT - Missed 5 games due to injury in 2011, threw for 1,983 yards, 17 TD and 6 INT.
*RB - Marcus Lattimore (JR), USC - The nation's top running back out of high school for 2010 and has proved every bit of that billing. Injured mid-way through the season in 2011, but a Heisman Trophy candidate in 2012 after averaging 4.9 yards per carry and 27 touchdowns in his career so far.
*RB - Knile Davis (JR), ARK - Missed all of last year with a left ankle injury. Was 1st team all-SEC in 2010 with 1,322 yards rushing and 13 touchdowns.
*WR - Da'Rick Rogers (JR), UT - 1st team all-SEC in 2011. He had 67 receptions for 1,040 yards and 9 touchdowns...a long of 58 yards and averaged 15.5 yards per catch.
*OL - Barrett Jones (SR), BAMA - Unanimous 1st team all-American in 2011 and Outland Trophy winner. 4-year starter for the Tide, blocking for a Heisman Trophy winner (Mark Ingram) and finalist (Trent Richardson).
*OL - Larry Warford (SR), UK - Named to all-SEC freshman team in 2009, and 2nd team all-SEC in 2010 and 2011.
*OL - D.J. Fluker (JR), BAMA - Started every game at right tackle in 2011. Was named to all-SEC freshman team in 2010.
OL - Gabe Jackson (JR), MSU - Three-year starter at State. 2nd team all-SEC in 2011, all-SEC freshman team in 2010.
OL - Alex Hurst (SR), LSU - Started all 14 games at right tackle in 2011, named to the coaches 2nd team all-SEC. Started nine games in 2010, played in every game since 2009.
We'll have our picks for special teams and superlatives on Wednesday.