SHAWN ANDREWS, ARKANSAS 2001-03
Andrews twice won the Jacobs Award as the SEC's top blocker. He was a two-time All-America and a finalist for the Lombardi Award as the nation's top lineman.
FRANK KINARD, MISSISSIPPI 1934-35
The first Rebel to earn All-America honors, and a member of the College Football Hall of Fame, the two-way linemen played an average of 55 minutes per game over his college career.
KEVIN BUTLER, GEORGIA 1981-84
A four-time All-SEC selection, two-time All-America and member of the College Football Hall of Fame, Butler made more than 50% of his attempts of 50 yards or longer.
REGGIE WHITE, TENNESSEE 1980-83
White wrapped up a career in which he set school records for sacks in a game, season and career as an All-America and SEC MVP. He is a member of the college football and NFL halls of fame.
TRACY ROCKER, AUBURN 1985-88
A two-time All-America and three-time All-SEC performer, Rocker is the only SEC player to win the Outland and Lombardi awards in the same season ('88).
LOU MICHAELS, KENTUCKY 1955-57
The two-time All-America tackle finished fourth in the Heisman voting in 1957. He was SEC MVP in '57 and was twice-named conference lineman of the year.
DAVID POLLACK, GEORGIA 2001-04
Pollack was a three-time All-America, two-time SEC MVP and winner of the Lombardi and Bednarik (nation's top defensive player) awards.
CORNELIUS BENNETT, ALABAMA 1983-86
Alabama's player of the decade for the '80s, Bennett won the Lombardi Award and finished seventh for the Heisman in '86—his third All-America season.
LEE ROY JORDAN, ALABAMA 1960-62
An All-America in '62 and a member of the College Football Hall of Fame, Jordan will forever be remembered for his 31-tackle game against Oklahoma in the '63 Orange Bowl.