Greenlaw, Williams on All-SEC Freshman team

Greenlaw, Williams on All-SEC Freshman team


Greenlaw, Williams on All-SEC Freshman team


FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas Razorbacks starting weakside linebacker Dre Greenlaw and running back Rawleigh Williams were named to the All-SEC Freshman team as voted upon by the SEC coaches and released Thursday by the SEC Office in Birmingham, Ala.



Greenlaw, a true freshman out of Fayetteville High, is the second-leading tackler (93) for the 7-5 Razorbacks with 3.5 behind the line of scrimmage for minus-20 yards, including one quarterback sack. He also forced two fumbles, broke up a pass and was credited with one quarterback hurry.

Williams, also a true freshman, netted 254 yards rushing on 56 carries and a touchdown before a neck injury ended his season after seven games.



TE — C.J. Conrad, Kentucky

OL — William Clapp, LSU; Martez Ivey, Florida; Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama; Chance Hall, Tennessee.

C — Zack Bailey, South Carolina

WR — Christian Kirk, Texas A&M; Calvin Ridley, Alabama.

QB — Kyler Murray, Texas A&M

RB — Derrius Guice, LSU; Rawleigh Williams III, Arkansas.

AP — Christian Kirk, Texas A&M


DL — Arden Key, LSU; Terry Beckner, Missouri; Walter Brady, Missouri; Cece Jefferson, Florida.

LB – Dre Greenlaw, Arkansas; Gerri Green, Mississippi State; Darrin Kirkland Jr., Tennessee.

DB – Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama; Carlton Davis, Auburn; Marlon Humphrey, Alabama; Chris Westry, Kentucky.


P — Corey Fatony, Missouri

RS — Christian Kirk, Texas A&M.


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