Lock, three others earn SEC honors from AP

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Quarterback Drew Lock earned first-team All-SEC honors from The Associated Press on Monday and was one of four Tigers recognized. Lock led the nation with 43 touchdown passes — 17 more than the next-closest SEC passer.

Wide receiver J’Mon Moore — who, it was announced later Monday, will also play in the Senior Bowl on Jan. 27 in Mobile, Alabama — tight end Albert Okwuegbunam and defensive end Marcell Frazier earned second-team honors.

Okwuegbunam tied for first in the SEC with 11 touchdown receptions. He was a key member of the Tigers’ red-zone package and one of Lock’s favorite targets throughout the season.

Moore was second in the conference in receiving yards, and Frazier collected seven sacks on the year.

Top conference honors

Offensive Player of the Year: Kerryon Johnson, Auburn

Defensive Player of the Year: Roquan Smith, Georgia

Coach of the Year: Kirby Smart, Georgia

Newcomers of the Year: Jake Fromm, Georgia; Jarrett Stidham, Auburn

The AP voting panel consisted of 13 reporters, including the Columbia Daily Tribune’s Daniel Jones.

Supervising editor is Pete Bland: blandp@missouri.edu, 882-5729.

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