Three Gators earn All-SEC honors from coaches

By Adam Silverstein
December 7, 2010

Three Florida Gators football players were voted by Southeastern Conference head coaches as members of their 2010 All-SEC Teams on Tuesday.

Senior safety Ahmad Black and senior punter Chas Henry were named All-SEC first-team selections, while junior cornerback Janoris Jekins was the only Gator to earn second team honors.

Black and Henry received the same recognition from the Associated Press on Monday; however Jenkins was also selected as a first-team player by the group and senior center Mike Pouncey garnered second-team appreciation that he did not from the coaches.

SEC coaches placed 10 Florida starters on their preseason All-SEC teams. Included on those lists were Pouncey, Jenkins and redshirt senior guard Carl Johnson on the first team, and Black, Henry, junior running back Jeff Demps, junior S Will Hill, redshirt senior linebacker A.J. Jones, redshirt junior wide receiver Chris Rainey and junior kicker Caleb Sturgis on the second team.

4 Comments

  1. g8ter27 says:

    Sounds like he coaches know more than the AP. Of course they really missed the boat on those preseason predictions. Maybe this will serve as a wakeup call to these guys for the upcoming year…at least the juniors anyway.

  2. Aligator says:

    now that is really ironic about pouncey … should have stayed at guard …

  3. Aligator says:

    hey, did anyone notice that mack brown fired his very successful offensive coordinator who he has had with him for 12 seasons?

  4. Aligator says:

    urb’s just retired again

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