Tigers get six on All-SEC Coaches’ teams

Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- LSU wide receiver Jarvis Landry dives for the end zone to score on a long pass play past Texas A&M defensive backs Deshazor Everett, bottom, and Floyd Raven Sr. during the Tigers' 34-10 win Saturday in Tiger Stadium. Show caption
Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- LSU wide receiver Jarvis Landry dives for the end zone to score on a long pass play past Texas A&M defensive backs Deshazor Everett, bottom, and Floyd Raven Sr. during the Tigers' 34-10 win Saturday in Tiger Stadium.

LSU had six players land on the All-SEC Coaches’ first and second teams released Tuesday.

Receiver and return man Odell Beckham Jr. was on the All-SEC First Team as an all-purpose player and on the All-SEC First Team special teams’ squad as a kick returner.

Beckham was also on the All-SEC Second Team as a receiver along with Jarvis Landry. Also on the All-SEC Second Team were left tackle La’el Collins, running back Jeremy Hill, defensive tackle Anthony Johnson and linebacker Lamin Barrow.

Unlike the AP All-SEC Teams released Monday, there is no honorable mention included in the Coaches’ listing.

The biggest change from the two sets of voting was Hill, who was AP All-SEC First Team, and Collins, who was not included on any of the AP’s teams – first, second or honorable mention.

No. 14 LSU (9-3, 5-3) takes the field next against Iowa (8-4, 5-3 Big Ten) on Jan. 1 in the Outback Bowl.