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Huckeba and Jones Named as All-SEC Selections

Huckeba and Jones Named as All-SEC Selections

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Senior defensive end Jeb Huckeba and senior quarterback Matt Jones were named to the 2004 All-Southeastern Conference Coaches’ Football Team as announced by the league office. Huckeba was given a first-team honor, while Jones was picked for the second team.
“Matt (Jones) and Jeb (Huckeba) have done so much for our program,” Arkansas head coach Houston Nutt said. “We’re very excited for them to be on the All-SEC team. We’re going to miss them and we wish them nothing but the best.”
Huckeba started in all of Arkansas’ 11 games and tallied 56 tackles, including 31 unassisted and 25 assisted. He ranks third in the SEC among defensive linemen with an average of 5.1 tackles per game.
The Searcy, Ark., native was nothing but impressive during the 2004 season as he led the Razorback team with six and a half sacks for 41 yards and 13 tackles for loss (-51). His 1.15 TFL per game average ranks sixth in the SEC, while his average of 0.59 sacks per game is sixth in the league.
Additionally he recorded three quarterback hurries and one forced fumble. Huckeba is the first UA defensive end to be named to the coaches’ first-team since Steven Conley in 1995.
Jones tied with the SEC’s all-time winningest QB, David Greene of Georgia, for a spot on the second team. The Fort Smith, Ark., native started in all 11 games and led the team in both rushing and passing. He gained 622 yards on the ground for six touchdowns and 2,073 yards through the air for 15 touchdowns. His total offense per game (245.0) is second in the league, while his passing yards per game (188.5) ranks fourth.
To top off his senior campaign he became the SEC career quarterback rushing leader with 2,538 career rushing yards. He surpassed the 11-year old record against No. 6 Georgia. He also set new school records for career total offense and touchdown responsibilities. Both of those records were previously owned by Clint Stoerner. Jones is the first Razorback quarterback to be named to the All-SEC coaches’ team.

(*-Ties / #-Unanimous Selection / ^-Repeat First-Team Selection)
(Coaches could not vote for themselves or their own players)

Pos. Name School Ht. Wt. Class Hometown

TE Leonard Pope Georgia 6-7 253 So. Americus,Ga.
^OL Wesley Britt Alabama 6-8 298 Sr. Cullman,Ala.
OL Marcus McNeill Auburn 6-9 340 Jr. Decatur, Ga.
OL Max Jean-Gilles Georgia 6-4 340 Jr. Miami, Fla.
OL Mo Mitchell Florida 6-7 370 Sr. Albany, Ga.
OL Andrew Whitworth LSU 6-7 325 Jr. West Monroe, La.
C Ben Wilkerson LSU 6-4 296 Sr. Hemphill, Texas
WR Fred Gibson Georgia 6-4 196 Sr. Waycross, Ga.
WR Reggie Brown Georgia 6-1 195 Sr. Carrollton, Ga.
QB Jason Campbell Auburn 6-5 228 Sr. Taylorsville, Miss.
^RB Carnell Williams Auburn 5-11 204 Sr. Attalla, Ala.
RB Ronnie Brown Auburn 6-1 232 Sr. Cartersville, Ga.

Pos. Name School Ht. Wt. Class Hometown

TE David Jones LSU 6-4 259 Jr. Silver Springs, Md.
OL Justin Geisinger Vanderbilt 6-4 330 Sr. Pittsburgh, Pa.
OL Evan Mathis Alabama 6-5 296 Sr. Homewood, Ala.
*OL Michael Munoz Tennessee 6-6 315 Sr. Mason, Ohio
*OL Doug Buckles Ole Miss 6-5 305 Sr. Madison, Miss.
*OL Danny Lindsay Auburn 6-3 302 Sr. Douglas, Ga.
C Mike Degory Florida 6-6 306 Jr. Palm Bay, Fla.
WR O.J. Small Florida 6-1 226 Sr. Jacksonville, Fla.
WR Troy Williamson South Carolina 6-2 200 Jr. Jackson, S.C.
*QB Matt Jones Arkansas 6-6 237 Sr. Fort Smith, Ark.
*QB David Greene Georgia 6-3 230 Sr. Snellville, Ga.
RB Ciatrick Fason Florida 6-0 215 Jr. Jacksonville Beach, Fla.
*RB Cedric Houston Tennessee 6-0 220 Sr. Clarendon, Ark.
*RB Jerious Norwood Mississippi State 6-0 192 Jr. Brandon, Miss.

Pos. Name School Ht. Wt. Class Hometown

DL Marcus Spears LSU 6-4 297 Sr. Baton Rouge, La.
^DL David Pollack Georgia 6-3 276 Sr. Snellville, Ga.
DL Jeb Huckeba Arkansas 6-5 245 Sr. Searcy, Ark.
LB Kevin Burnett Tennessee 6-3 235 Sr. Carson, Calif.
LB Travis Williams Auburn 6-1 209 Jr. Columbia, S.C.
LB Cornelius Wortham Alabama 6-1 233 Sr. Calhoun City, Miss.
*LB Channing Crowder Florida 6-3 245 So. Atlanta, Ga.
*LB Moses Osemwegie Vanderbilt 6-0 224 Jr. Nashville, Tenn.
*LB Odell Thurman Georgia 6-1 230 Jr. Monticello, Ga.
*LB Lionel Turner LSU 6-2 260 Sr. Walker, La.
DB Jason Allen Tennessee 6-2 200 Jr. Muscle Shoals, Ala.
DB Thomas Davis Georgia 6-1 220 Jr. Shellman, Ga.
DB Carlos Rogers Auburn 6-1 194 Sr. Augusta, Ga.
DB Junior Rosegreen Auburn 6-0 196 Sr. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

Pos. Name School Ht. Wt. Class Hometown

DL Jesse Mahelona Tennessee 6-2 300 Jr. Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
*DL Claude Wroten LSU 6-3 315 Jr. Bastrop, La.
*DL McKinley Boykin Ole Miss 6-2 285 Jr. Bessemer, Ala.
*DL Stanley McClover Auburn 6-2 252 Fr. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
LB Omar Gaither Tennessee 6-2 225 Jr. Charlotte, N.C.
LB DeMeco Ryans Alabama 6-2 232 Jr. Bessemer, Ala.
LB Freddie Roach Alabama 6-2 239 Jr. Killen, Ala.
LB Earl Everett Florida 6-2 224 So. Webster, Fla.
DB Corey Webster LSU 6-0 201 Sr. Vacherie, La.
DB Ko Simpson South Carolina 6-2 180 Fr. Rock Hill, S.C.
DB LaRon Landry LSU 6-2 180 So. Boutte, La.
*DB Roman Harper Alabama 6-1 197 Jr. Prattville, Ala.
*DB Muhammad Abdullah Kentucky 6-0 205 Jr. Folkston, Ga.

Pos. Name School Ht. Wt. Class Hometown

P Jared Cook Miss. State 5-10 188 Sr. Columbus, Ga.
PK Brian Bostick Alabama 5-11 213 Sr. Cullman, Ala.
RS Carnell Williams Auburn 5-11 204 Sr. Attalla, Ala.

Pos. Name School Ht. Wt. Class Hometown

P Dustin Colquitt Tennessee 6-2 196 Sr. Knoxville, Tenn.
PK Jonathan Nichols Ole Miss 6-0 180 Sr. Greenwood, Miss.
RS Tyrone Prothro Alabama 5-8 176 So. Heflin, Ala.

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