Andrew Harrison, PG, Kentucky
We can't very well expect Kentucky's entire roster to be SEC Player of the Year, and Harrison seems most likely to cede a lot of minutes to an incoming freshman. Great things are expected of Harrison, but Tyler Ulis is too much of a threat to put him on the first or second team.
Kasey Hill, PG, Florida
Hill only played 22.0 minutes per game last season while serving as Scottie Wilbekin's backup, but he did average 5.7 assists and 2.1 steals per 40 minutes as a freshman.
If he can improve his shooting (40.7% FG, 14.3% 3PT) and cut down on turnovers (2.8 per 40 minutes), Hill will be a star.
Robert Hubbs III, SG, Tennessee
Hubbs fought through shoulder pain for 12 games before electing to have season-ending surgery to repair damage that dated back to high school.
Before the injury, he was rated by 247Sports.com as the third-best shooting guard of the 2013 class. Provided he's healthy enough to handle it, Hubbs will be in Tennessee's starting lineup and might lead the team in scoring.
Jarell Martin, PF, LSU
For someone who was frequently sharing the court with two other excellent forwards, Martin had a pretty incredible freshman campaign. He averaged 15.8 points and 7.0 rebounds per 40 minutes.
Johnathan Williams III, PF, Missouri
As luck would have it, the projected third team in the SEC is made up entirely of sophomores.
As a freshman, Williams averaged 8.9 points, 9.8 rebounds and 2.5 blocks per 40 minutes. And now that Jordan Clarkson, Jabari Brown and Earnest Ross are out of the picture, he should become the most important player on the team.
If I had any optimism about Missouri's season, he'd be a candidate for first team. Williams could average 15.0 PPG, 9.0 RPG and 2.0 BPG, but he won't get a ton of votes if the Tigers lose 12 SEC games.