2019 SEC Preseason Offensive Positional Rankings

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The college football season is finally here! It’s Week 0 ladies and gentleman! After being deprived of college football since January 7th, we finally get to see some pads pop and either be fulfilled with joy or disgust with our favorite teams. Some have more to look forward to than others…

As the season is set to begin, here are our SEC positional rankings. The rankings were determined by previous year production, schemes they will play under this season, and playing time. Some teams may have two-headed monsters. As a result, the second string guy may get dropped a couple of spots for production. As the year progresses, we will be dropping power rankings for each position. Be looking for our power rankings every Monday!



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  1. Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama
  2. Jake Fromm, Georgia
  3. Kellen Mond, Texas A&M
  4. Joe Burrow, LSU
  5. Kelly Bryant, Missouri
  6. Feleipe Franks, Florida
  7. Jarrett Guarantano, Tennessee
  8. Jake Bentley, South Carolina
  9. Nick Starkel, Arkansas
  10. Terry Wilson, Kentucky
  11. Matt Corral, Ole Miss
  12. Keytaon Thompson, Mississippi St
  13. Tommy Stevens, Mississippi St
  14. Ben Hicks, Arkansas
  15. Bo Nix, Auburn
  16. Riley Neal, Vanderbilt

Running Back

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  1. D’Andre Swift, Georgia
  2. Ke’Shawn Vaughn, Vanderbilt
  3. Larry Rountree III, Missouri
  4. Najee Harris, Alabama
  5. Kylin Hill, Mississippi St
  6. Lamical Perine, Florida
  7. Scottie Phillips, Ole Miss
  8. Brian Robinson, Alabama
  9. JaTarvious Whitlow, Auburn
  10. AJ Rose, Kentucky
  11. Rakeem Boyd, Arkansas
  12. Tavien Feaster, South Carolina
  13. Ty Chandler, Tennessee
  14. John Emery, LSU
  15. Joshaun Corbin, Texas A&M
  16. Brian Herrien, Georgia
  17. Dameon Pierce, Florida
  18. Zamir White, Georgia
  19. Rico Dawdle, South Carolina
  20. Tyler Badie, Missouri

Wide Receivers

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  1. Jerry Jeudy, Alabama
  2. Henry Ruggs III, Alabama
  3. Jaylen Waddle, Alabama
  4. Lynn Bowden Jr, Kentucky
  5. Kalija Lipscomb, Vanderbilt
  6. Bryan Edwards, South Carolina
  7. Quartney Davis, Texas A&M
  8. Josh Jefferson, LSU
  9. Van Jefferson, Florida
  10. DeVonta Smith, Alabama
  11. Marquez Callaway, Tennessee
  12. Seth Williams, Auburn
  13. Josh Hammond, Florida
  14. Johnathon Johnson, Missouri
  15. Jalen Knox, Missouri
  16. Shi Smith, South Carolina
  17. Elijah Moore, Ole Miss
  18. Michael Woods, Arkansas
  19. Kadarius Toney, Florida
  20. Osirus Mitchell, Mississippi St
  21. Trevon Grimes, Florida
  22. Trey Knox, Arkansas
  23. Josh Palmer, Tennessee
  24. Jauan Jennings, Tennessee
  25. Camron Buckley, Texas A&M
  26. Jhamon Ausbon, Texas A&M
  27. Josh Ali, Kentucky
  28. CJ Bolar, Vanderbilt
  29. Anthony Schwartz, Auburn
  30. Eli Stove, Auburn

Tight Ends

  1. Albert Okwuegbunam, Missouri
  2. Jared Pinkney, Vanderbilt
  3. CJ O’Grady, Arkansas
  4. Stephen Sullivan, LSU
  5. Charlie Woerner, Georgia
  6. Miller Forristall, Alabama
  7. Dominick Wood-Anderson, Tennessee
  8. Baylor Cupp, Texas A&M
  9. Justin Rigg, Kentucky
  10. Octavious Cooley, Ole Miss
  11. Hudson Henry, Arkansas
  12. Farrod Green, Mississippi St
  13. Dontea Jones, Mississippi St
  14. Kyle Markway, South Carolina
  15. Kyle Pitts, Florida