Six Tigers named to AP All-SEC Teams

By JAMES MORAN | Tiger Rag Associate Editor

Six LSU players were named to All-Southeastern Conference teams Monday as voted on by the AP, with one registering a bit of historic significance.

Center Will Clapp, linebackers Devin White and Arden Key, and cornerback Greedy Williams were named First Team All-SEC, the league announced. Running back Derrius Guice and all-purpose performer DJ Chark were named to the second team.

Williams, a redshirt freshman, is the first defensive rookie to ever make All-SEC from LSU. The other freshmen first teamers were Dalton Hilliard (1982), Tommy Hodson (1986) and Brad Wing (2011).

Clapp was also named one of three finalists for the Rimington Award on Monday, which is given annually to the best center in college football. Alabama center Bradley Bozeman joined him on the All-SEC first team and the Rimington finalists lists.

Guice, who has battled injuries all season, vented on social media about only making the second team this season. He authored an Instagram post on Monday night about his knee injury, this season and his future with the program.

“This season is not what I expected for myself and I know most didn’t expect it as well so sorry to disappoint!” Guice wrote. “I’m finally 100% thank the lord🙏🏾 my decision to leave or stay is still in the air and I will not know until after the bowl game so respect that!”

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James Moran was Editor of Tiger Rag from August 2018 to October 2019. He previously served as the associate editor since 2014. He is a graduate of the LSU Manship School of Journalism.

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