June 19, 2024

Three Auburn players receive All-SEC honors from the league’s coaches

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jaylin Simpson, Rivaldo Fairweather and Jarquez Hunter were named to the second-team All-SEC by the league’s coaches, according to a release Tuesday.

Simpson, Auburn’s starting safety, was named to the All-SEC first team by the Associated Press. He intercepted four passes in Auburn’s first five games.

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Fairweather came to Auburn from FIU, and got better as the year went on to lead Auburn with 349 receiving yards. It’s the second-highest mark among tight ends in the SEC after Georiga’s Brock Bowers. His six touchdowns were tied with Bowers for most in the league among tight ends.

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Hunter led Auburn with 896 rushing yards, and played especially well during Auburn’s three-game winning streak in SEC play where he rushed for more than 100 yards each game including a career-high 183 yards against Vanderbilt.

Defensive lineman Marcus Harris, who had seven sacks and 11 tackles for loss from an interior position, was left off the list entirely. He was a first-team selection by the AP.

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