2012 Preseason All-SEC Team
The SEC leader with 3,638 passing yards in 2011, Wilson had a four-to-one touchdown-to-interception ratio.
He ran for 1,197 yards in 2010 and broke fast in '11 before injury. He's healthy now.
Davis missed 2011 with an ankle injury but rushed for 1,322 yards in '10.
He caught 41 passes for 518 yards in 2011 and should be targeted more in '12.
His 15.9 yards per catch was fifth in the SEC last year. He's ready to be a star.
Hunter tore his ACL last September, but could emerge as Tyler Bray's No. 1 target with teammate and fellow All-Conference hopeful Da'Rick Rogers suspended indefinitely.
The 2011 All-SEC selection by the coaches has stamina at 6-foot-6 and 340 pounds.
Athletic at 6-foot-3 and 320 pounds, he is at his best when pulling.
The versatile lineman every team wants won the 2011Outland Trophy playing tackle.
He's physical, multi-skilled and light on his feet for a 336-pounder.
The third-year starter is one of the nation's best pass blockers.
At 6-foot-4 and 245 pounds, he led the Tigers with nine sacks in 2011.
The Australian import is moving to tackle after playing end last season.
Offensive linemen will struggle to move this 350-pounder.
An improved knowledge of the scheme should help this speedster make more plays.
The consensus first-team All-America continuously pressures QBs.
The Crimson Tide are counting on Mosley to assume aleadership role.
The excellent run stopper is Alabama's top returning tackler, with 47.
All eyes will be on Simon with 2011 stars Morris Claiborne and Tyrann Mathieu gone.
The fierce tackler plays in the conference's most punishing secondary.
The third-year starter is Alabama's most experienced defender.
The converted safety intercepted five passes in 2011.
The 2011 Lou Groza Award finalist has a big leg (heaveraged 66.4 yards per kickoff) and converted 84.6 percent of his field goal attempts.
The elite ball-booter pinned opponents inside the 20-yard line 23 times in 50 tries.
The running back averaged 26.4 yards on his 24 returns as a freshman -- including one that he broke for a 97-yard touchdown.
Banks returned 16 punts in 2011 for 166 yards and a score.