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To wrap up day one, we bring you a position with too many qualified candidates: Wide receiver.
The top vote-getter at receiver was a run-away winner: Florida's Percy Harvin fell just short of unanimity among our voters. But the race for second ended in a deadlock between Georgia's A.J. Green and Alabama's Julio Jones.
In what has been far from a banner year for passing offenses in the SEC, all three have excelled. And Jones has thrived in an offense that doesn't rely heavily on the pass.
Harvin, on the other hand, doesn't always have to be involved in the passing game to make a difference -- as my alma mater's team discovered ... and discovered ... and discovered when they played the Gators.
On the year, Harvin ran for 538 yards and 9 TDs while catching 35 passes for 595 yards and another seven scores. And he is probably the most dynamic player in the SEC.
When it comes to actual "receiving yards," though, A.J. Green leads the way: 951 yards and 8 TDs on 55 catches. On an offense that thought it had found most of its stars -- Matthew Stafford, Knowshon Moreno, Mohamed Massaquoi -- Green was a pleasant surprise.
On an offense that doesn't put the ball in the air more than it has to, there are fewer opportunities. But Julio Jones still have 55 receptions for 847 yards and 4 TDs. Oh, and there's this:
Congratulations to the SEC Power Poll All-SEC Wide Receivers and all of our selections on offense. Tomorrow, we'll bring you the defense.