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Jake Matthews, Texas A&M
Had he chosen to enter the 2013 NFL draft, Jake Matthews would have been a top pick.
After he decided to stay, he's being projected as the No. 4 overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft by Sporting News. Enough said.
Second Team: Ja'Wuan James, Tennessee
Gabe Jackson, Mississippi State
Gabe Jackson is the definition of staple on the offensive line.
He earned First-Team All-SEC honors in 2012, and entering his senior season, he might very well be the lifeline of Mississippi State's offensive attack.
Second Team: Anthony Steen, Alabama
Travis Swanson, Arkansas
Experience makes Travis Swanson one of the best offensive linemen in the SEC next season.
After starting all 38 games of his college career at Arkansas, he was voted to the 2012 All-SEC Second Team by the media.
Second Team: Ryan Kelly, Alabama
Antonio Richardson, Tennessee
When it comes to pass-blocking, there may be none better than Antonio Richardson in the SEC. Heck, he's one of the best in the nation.
Tennessee's offensive line last season quickly became the strength of the team, as it gave Tyler Bray ample time in the backfield. Bray should thank Richardson for doing most of the heavy lifting.
Second Team: Wesley Johnson, Vanderbilt
Cyrus Kouandjio, Alabama
How was AJ McCarron's blindside in 2012, you may ask? It was covered quite well thanks to the young and talented Cyrus Kouandjio.
Kouandjio is a mean, nasty blocker. That's just the way they like 'em in Alabama.
Second Team: Chris Burnette, Georgia