Picking the preseason All-SEC Team is equivalent to taking college football's best and deciphering which of the great talents are elite.
With an All-Star-caliber list of players to choose from, selecting an All-SEC squad takes time and deliberation because of how deep every position is. For example, there's seven starting quarterbacks in the SEC that all have a case for being the best in the conference.
Alabama's AJ McCarron, Arkansas' Tyler Wilson, Georgia's Aaron Murray, LSU's Zach Mettenberger, Missouri's James Franklin, South Carolina's Connor Shaw and Tennessee's Tyler Bray all qualify, but there can only be one choice.
In the most dominant conference in college football, these are the players that separate themselves from the rest of the pack. You may find a few surprises along the way.