Texas A&M football: One player that could make All-SEC at each position

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Center – Erik McCoy

McCoy is the obvious choice among all the offensive lineman that could earn All SEC honors. He was placed on the Rimington Award watch list which is given to the nation’s top center annually. He has started every game over the last two seasons, all but one at the center position.

Guard – Keaton Sutherland

Keaton Sutherland started every game at guard last season to mixed results, but should have little problem locking up his spot in the starting lineup. He was a 4-star player from the 2015 recruiting class and has enough experience under his belt to see natural progression this year.

Tackle – Carson Green

The transfer of Koda Martin Jr. left a gaping hole at the left tackle position, but it opened the door for former Southlake Carroll offensive tackle Carson Green to earn a starting spot. The 3-star recruit from the 2017 class has done just that this spring.

Should Sutherland actually be needed to start at tackle, Grayson Reed would slide into his spot and this whole slide might have to be reevaluated. However, from the looks of it, each of these three players are starting at these positions for now.