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Obviously 2008's class will probably go down as the best, but see how they finished as far as All-Americans and All-SEC Selections.
1 All American Selection: Rolando McClain
6 All SEC Selections: Rolando McClain (2), William Vlachos (2), Marquis Maze, Josh Champman
10 All American Selections: Terrence Cody (2), Mark Ingram, Marcell Dareus, Mark Barron (2), Barrett Jones (2), Dont'a Hightower, Courtney Upshaw
19 All SEC Selections: Julio Jones (3), Terrence Cody (2), Mark Ingram (2), Mark Barron (3), Barrett Jones (3), Marcell Dareus, Dont'a Hightower (2), Robert Lester (2), Courtney Upshaw
4 All American Selections: Trent Richardson, Dre Kirkpatrick, DJ Fluker, Chance Warmack
11 All SEC Selections: James Carpenter (2), Trent Richardson (2), Dre Kirkpatrick (2), Chance Warmack (2), DJ Fluker, Eddie Lacy, AJ McCarron
2 All American Selections: CJ Mosley, Dee Milliner
3 All SEC Selections: DeQuan Menzie, CJ Mosley, Dee Milliner
1 All SEC Selection: Jesse Williams
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You have had some great post lately. 2008 class was so ridiculous, the only problem with 2008 was that it didn't produce a QB.
In this measure 2009 doesn't have much a chance to catch 2008 next year but could pick up another point or two with McCarron and Steen and maybe Stinson or somebody we are not thinking about now.
2010 was clearly very top heavy. Mosley will go down as one of the all time greats and will add a point next year in both measures. After that though, it's hard to see anybody other than Hubbard and maybe Fulton adding to this list. Still some great and potentially great contributors though Fowler, Arie K, D White, ect.
Get ready for 2011 and 2012 because those numbers will skyrocket.
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