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I'm going to introduce the All-SEC offensive line as a unit because they mean next to nothing alone; they are a unit and must go in as a unit.
The fact that I've little-to-no technical knowledge on how to guard the sidestep of a right guard is irrelevant.
Take note of these players' age because that's perhaps the most important characteristic of a top lineman: experience.
OT: Bradley Sowell, Ole Miss Rebels. If you want to know how big the senior tackle from Mississippi is, just look at Albert Haynesworth; they're the same height and weight. At 6'7", Sowell is a man amongst really, really big men. I expect to see Sandra Bullock win another undeserved Oscar for Sowell's movie in a few years.
OG: Barrett Jones, Alabama Crimson Tide. When a guard produces two of the country's top running backs in the same year, you know he's good. Guards are essential to inside running, and Alabama's backs are quite adept at attacking that way. The junior will be on most All-SEC lists both this year and next year.
C: Williams Vlachos, Alabama Crimson Tide. The center of the best offensive line in the SEC (and perhaps the country) will always get my vote. The center is the leader of the unit, calling out assignments and gluing the two sides of the line together. Vlachos has both the talent and the experience that comes along with three years of playing time.
OG: Cordy Glenn, Georgia Bulldogs. Glenn's also a senior. At 6'5" and 348 pounds, he's battled-tested, beefy, unmovable and extremely intimidating. Nothing more needs to be said.
OT: JuWuan James, Tennessee Volunteers. Go ahead and call it hometown cooking because this pick is partially that. But it's also a speculative selection for the future. James is only a sophomore and was fantastic as a right tackle for the Vols in 2010, where he started each and every game. Expect to see him in the experts' list for the next few years.