2003 All-SEC Football Team
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2003 All-SEC Football Team

The 2003 All-SEC football team consists of American football players selected to the All-Southeastern Conference (SEC) chosen by the Associated Press (AP) and the conference coaches for the 2003 NCAA Division I-A football season.

The LSU Tigers won the conference, beating the Georgia Bulldogs 34 to 13 in the SEC Championship game. The Tigers then won a national championship, defeating the Big 12 champion Oklahoma Sooners 21 to 14 in the BCS National Championship Game.

Ole Miss quarterback Eli Manning was voted SEC Offensive Player of the Year by both AP and Coaches. LSU defensive tackle Chad Lavalais was voted the coaches SEC Defensive Player of the Year; Florida cornerback Keiwan Ratliff was the AP's choice.

Offensive selections


Running backs

  • Carnell Williams#, Auburn (AP-1, Coaches-1)
  • Cedric Cobbs, Arkansas (AP-1, Coaches-1)
  • Shaud Williams, Alabama (AP-2, Coaches-2)
  • Nick Turner, Miss. St. (AP-2)
  • Cedric Houston, Tennessee (Coaches-2)

Wide receivers

  • Michael Clayton, LSU (AP-1, Coaches-1)
  • Chris Collins, Ole Miss (AP-1, Coaches-1)
  • Devery Henderson, LSU (AP-2, Coaches-1)
  • Justin Jenkins, Miss. St. (AP-2, Coaches-2)
  • George Wilson, Arkansas (AP-2)


  • Scott Wells, Tennessee (AP-2, Coaches-1)
  • Bill Wilkerson, LSU (AP-1)
  • Mike Degory, Florida (Coaches-2)



Tight ends

Defensive selections

Defensive ends

Defensive tackles

  • Chad Lavalais, LSU (AP-1, Coaches-1)
  • Jesse Mitchell, Ole Miss (AP-1)
  • DeMarco McNeil, Auburn (AP-1)
  • Jovan Haye, Vanderbilt (Coaches-2)




  • Sean Jones, Georgia (AP-1, Coaches-1)
  • Thomas Davis, Georgie (AP-1, Coaches-2)
  • Tony Bua, Arkansas (AP-2, Coaches-1)
  • Gibril Wilson, Tennessee (AP-2, Coaches-2)
  • Rashad Baker, Tennessee (AP-2)
  • Gus Scott, Florida (AP-2)
  • LaRon Landry, LSU (AP-2)
  • Daryl Dixon, Florida (Coaches-2)
  • Muhammed Abdullah, Kentucky (Coaches-2)

Special teams


  • Jonathan Nichols, Ole Miss (AP-1, Coaches-1)
  • Billy Bennett, Georgia (AP-2, Coaches-2)


All purpose/return specialist


Bold = Consensus first-team selection by both the coaches and AP

AP = Associated Press.[1]

Coaches = Selected by the SEC coaches[2]

* = Unanimous selection of AP

# = Unanimous selection of coaches

See also


  1. ^ "Several Gators Named On AP All-SEC Football Team".[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "2003 All-SEC Football Team".

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