Jake Fromm leads 2017 SEC All-Freshman Team


On the final touchdown play of Saturday’s SEC Championship, Georgia freshman quarterback Jake Fromm handed the ball off to freshman running back D’Andre Swift. Swift ran to his left, made a lightning quick cut back inside, and streaked 64 yards to the end zone to put the bow on top of the Bulldogs win.

These two freshman lead the SEC’s All-Freshman team for the 2017 season, announced by the conference on Thursday afternoon.

Here is the full team:

OFFENSE

TE

Albert Okwuegbunam, Missouri

OL

Trey Smith, Tennessee

Andrew Thomas, Georgia

Solomon Kindley, Georgia

Saahdiq Charles, LSU

C

Trystan Castillo, Missouri

WR

D.K. Metcalf, Ole Miss

Jhamon Ausbon, Texas A&M

QB

Jake Fromm, Georgia

RB

D’Andre Swift, Georgia

Malik Davis, Florida

AP

Larry Rountree III, Missouri

DEFENSE

DL

Nick Coe, Auburn

K’Lavon Chaisson, LSU

Big Kat Bryant, Auburn

Tre Williams, Missouri

LB

Dylan Moses, Alabama

Erroll Thompson, Mississippi State

Anthony Hines III, Texas A&M

DB

Greedy Williams, LSU

CJ Henderson, Florida

Marco Wilson, Florida

Jamyest Williams, South Carolina

SPECIAL TEAMS

PK

Jace Christmann, Mississippi State

P

Zach Von Rosenberg, LSU

RS

Henry Ruggs III, Alabama*

Lynn Bowden, Kentucky*

Larry Rountree III, Missouri*

De’Vion Warren, Arkansas*

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