February 10, 2016

Mizzou’s Baggett named to SEC All-Freshman team

Mizzou placekicker Andrew Baggett was named to the SEC’s All-Freshmen team after converting on 14 of his 20 kicks this season. 

Missouri Tigers kicker Andrew Baggett watches his first quarter field goal go through the uprights against the Arizona State Sun Devils at Faurot Field in Columbia, Missouri on September 15, 2012. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

The Lee’s Summit native kicked a season long 46 yarder twice.  The first came against Arizona State and then against Syracuse, both at home.  After struggling early on, missing four of his first eight attempts in the first three games, Baggett turned into a reliable kicker hitting 10 of 12 down the stretch.

SEC Champion Alabama, Florida and Texas A&M led the way with four selections each, while Arkansas and South Carolina placed three on the team. Georgia, LSU and Ole Miss each had two.           

Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel was also chosen SEC Offensive Player of the Year earlier this week, as well as SEC Freshman of the Year and first team All-SEC. Georgia running back Todd Gurley was named to the second team.




TE –  Jerell Adams, South Carolina       

OL –  John Theus, Georgia

        D.J. Humphries, Florida

        Brandon Shell, South Carolina

        Vadal Alexander, LSU 

C –   Ryan Kelly, Alabama 

WR –  Amari Cooper, Alabama

         Mike Evans, Texas A&M         

QB –  Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M 

RB –  Todd Gurley, Georgia

         T.J. Yeldon, Alabama 

AP –   Trey Williams, Texas A&M 



DL –  Dante Fowler, Florida

        Jonathan Bullard, Florida

        Issac Gross, Ole Miss

        D.J. Pettway, Alabama 

LB –  Denzel Nkemdiche, Ole Miss

        Benardrick McKinney, Mississippi State

        *A.J. Turner, Arkansas

        *Otha Peters, Arkansas

        *Antonio Morrison, Florida 

DB – Jalen Collins, LSU

        T.J. Gurley, South Carolina

        Rohan Gaines, Arkansas

        LaDarrell McNeil, Tennessee



PK –  Andrew Baggett, Missouri         

P –  Landon Foster, Kentucky   

RS –  Trey Williams, Texas A&M