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Five Aggies named All-SEC by league's coaches

December 7, 2021
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The SEC officially unveiled the 2021 SEC Football Awards and All-SEC teams on Tuesday, and five Aggies made the first- and second-teams. Kenyon Green and DeMarvin Leal were named first-teamers, while Isaiah Spiller, Jalen Wydermyer and Nik Constantinou were named to the second team. 

After earning first-team All-SEC and All-American preseason honors, Kenyon Green did not disappoint with a stellar junior season that saw him play virtually every position on the offensive line. The Humble, Texas native led the A&M o-line to another successful season that put the Aggies at 30th in sacks allowed with a sack rate of just 4.7%. 

DeMarvin Leal, another preseason All-SEC pick, also more than met expectations in 2021. Leal posted 8.5 total sacks on the season, which puts him at 27th in the nation. He has 13 total sacks in his career, also logging 133 total tackles at A&M. His presence on the defensive line has been crucial for an Aggie defensive unit that ranks 20th in the country in total defense. Leal recently announced this was his last season in the Maroon & White, declaring for the 2021 NFL Draft in which he is projected as a first-round pick. 

Isaiah Spiller was another Aggie who drew the attention of many this season, rushing for his second straight 1000-yard season with 1,011. This puts Spiller at fourth in the SEC in rushing yardage in 2021. The junior running back has now rushed for 2,993 yards and 25 touchdowns in his career. Spiller needs just 71 yards in the bowl game to pass Rodney Thomas for sixth in all-time rushing yards in Texas A&M history. 

A huge factor in the passing game, Jalen Wydermyer’s presence on the field was a huge role in the Aggie offense in 2021. Wydermyer caught 40 passes for 515 yards and four touchdowns this season. That brings his career total to 118 receptions for 1468 yards and 16 touchdowns, a school record for tight ends.

Nik Constantinou’s strong leg also earned him All-SEC second-team honors in 2021. The Australian punter saw steady improvement from 2020, punting for an average of 46.6 and a long of 65 in 2021. 


FIRST TEAM ALL-SEC

Offense

QB: Bryce Young, Alabama
RB: Tyler Badie, Missouri,
RB: Brian Robinson Jr., Alabama
WR: Jameson Williams, Alabama
WR: Treylon Burks, Arkansas
TE: Brock Bowers, Georgia
OL: Darian Kinnard,   Kentucky
OL: Evan Neal, Alabama
OL: Kenyon Green, Texas A&M
OL: Charles Cross, Mississippi State
C: Luke Fortner, Kentucky
AP: Velus Jones Jr., Tennessee

Defense

DL: Jordan Davis, Georgia
DL: Sam Williams, Ole Miss
DL: DeMarvin Leal, Texas A&M
DL: Devonte Wyatt, Georgia
LB: Will Anderson Jr., Alabama
LB: Nakobe Dean, Georgia
LB: Damone Clark, LSU
DB:Roger McCreary, Auburn
DB: Jordan Battle, Alabama
DB: Jaylan Foster, South Carolina
DB: Montaric Brown, Arkansas

Special Teams

PK: Harrison Mevis, Missouri
P: Jake Camarda, Georgia
RS: Velus Jones Jr., Tennessee

SECOND TEAM ALL-SEC

Offense

QB: Matt Corral, Ole Miss
RB: Chris Rodriguez Jr., Kentucky
RB: Isaiah Spiller, Texas A&M
WR: John Metchie III, Alabama
WR: Wan'Dale Robinson, Kentucky
TE: Jalen Wydermyer, Texas A&M
OL: Jamaree Salyer, Georgia
OL: Ed Ingram, LSU
OL: Cade Mays, Tennessee
OL: Justin Shaffer, Georgia
C: Michael Maietti, Missouri
AP: Jerrion Ealy, Ole Miss

Defense

DL: Phidarian Mathis, Alabama
DL: Derick Hall, Auburn
DL: Josh Paschal, Kentucky
DL: Jalen Carter, Georgia
LB: Henry To'oTo'o, Alabama               
LB: Bumper Pool, Arkansas   
LB: Zakoby McClain, Auburn
DB: Derion Kendrick, Georgia
DB: Theo Jackson, Tennessee
DB: Jalyn Armour-Davis, Alabama
DB: Lewis Cine, Georgia*
DB: Emmanuel Forbes, Mississippi State*

Special Teams

PK: Cade York, LSU
P: Nik Constantinou, Texas A&M
RS: Jameson Williams, Alabama

(*-ties)

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Five Aggies named All-SEC by league's coaches

4,680 Views | 6 Replies | Last: 1 mo ago by TAM85
aggiehawg
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The SEC officially unveiled the 2021 SEC Football Awards and All-SEC teams on Tuesday, and five Aggies made the first- and second-teams. Kenyon Green and DeMarvin Leal were named first-teamers, while Isaiah Spiller, Jalen Wydermyer and Nik Constantinou were named to the second team.
Congratulations, guys! Thanks for representing the Ags so well.
MagnumLoad
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Achane left off. Totally political. Also no Clemons or Johnson (x2). BS
AgOutsideAustin
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Lol gonna see where Spiller and Antonio Johnson get drafted vs those dudes.
94chem
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MagnumLoad said:

Achane left off. Totally political. Also no Clemons or Johnson (x2). BS


Those are some bad men. Gonna be bad, rich men too.
94chem,
That, sir, was the greatest post in the history of TexAgs. I salute you. -- Dough
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MagnumLoad said:

Achane left off. Totally political. Also no Clemons or Johnson (x2). BS


Yup, it's either Bama or Georgia.
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Congrats guys!
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