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MrSEC.com’s 2011-12 SEC “All-Complete” Team

Using the numbers we’ve already shown you in our “Mr. Offense” and “Mr. Defense” rankings, we’ve put together our own version of an All-SEC team for 2011-12… based purely on production.

Eight league players — all with more than 300 minutes played — finished in both our top 20 for offensive and defensive production.  We’ll call those guys our “All-Complete” Team for the season.  Here they are:

MrSEC.com’s First Team “All-Complete” Team

Player Minutes Positive Off. Plays/Minute (Rank) Positive Def. Plays/Minute (Rank)
Anthony Davis (UK) 969 .582 (11) .415 (1)
JaMychal Green (Ala) 661 .629 (4) .242 (15)
Terrence Jones (UK) 821 .570 (14) .259 (7)
Storm Warren (LSU) 573 .549 (17) .260 (6)
Arnett Moultrie (MSU) 985 .596 (10) .245 (14)
Festus Ezeli (VU) 481 .548 (18t) .255 (8)
Jeronne Maymon (UT) 861 .598 (9) .229 (20)
Johnny O’Bryant (LSU) 531 .548 (18t) .237 (18)

For our second team, we included all those folks with rankings inside the Top 40 in the league (again at 300+ minutes).  A few of the names on the list might surprise you:

MrSEC.com’s Second Team “All-Complete” Team

Player Minutes Positive Off. Plays/Minute (Rank) Positive Def. Plays/Minute (Rank)
Bradley Beal (UF) 1061 .514 (26) .220 (21)
Tony Mitchell (Ala) 684 .535 (21) .250 (12)
Jarnell Stokes (UT) 347 .498 (34) .291 (4)
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (UK) 966 .533 (22) .238 (18)
Josh Hamilton (LSU) 895 .579 (14) .200 (26)
Renardo Sidney (MSU) 623 .516 (25) .239 (16)
Patric Young (UF) 815 .543 (20) .202 (25)
Murphy Holloway (UM) 848 .488 (38) .251 (10)
Devonta Abron (Ark) 509 .504 (30) .216 (22)
Malik Cooke (USC) 934 .519 (24) .170 (39)
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (UGA) 967 .503 (31) .182 (33)
Jordan McRae (UT) 677 .506 (29) .174 (37)

And there you have it.  Eight first-teamers and 12 second-teamers.  Above are the 20 most productive players in the SEC for 2011-12 in terms of good offensive and defensive plays per minute.

Congrats to them all.

 


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