SEC Players of the Week

The SEC league office has released its top performers for Week 10:


Arkansas running back Knile Davis: He rushed for 110 yards on 22 carries and scored three touchdowns in Arkansas’ 41-20 win at South Carolina. Davis’ rushing effort was against a Gamecocks defense that entered the game leading the SEC and ranked 11th nationally in rushing defense.


LSU linebacker Kelvin Sheppard: He recorded seven tackles and combined for a half-sack in LSU’s 24-21 win over Alabama. Sheppard added a first-quarter interception and recovered a fumble in the fourth quarter in the Tigers' victory.


Florida running back Chris Rainey: He blocked two Vanderbilt punts and led the Gators with 136 all-purpose yards in Florida’s 55-14 win. The first block was recovered at the Vanderbilt 3-yard line and led to Florida's first score. The second block was returned 42 yards by Solomon Patton for a touchdown.


Ole Miss tackle Bobby Massie: He helped the Ole Miss offense pile up 478 total yards, including 298 rushing, in a 43-21 victory over Louisiana-Lafayette. Massie posted 11 finishes and four knockdowns while grading out at 92 percent on run plays and 90 percent on pass plays.


LSU tackle Drake Nevis: He led an LSU defense that limited Alabama to just 102 rushing yards with seven tackles and a sack in the 24-21 win over the Crimson Tide. Nevis also forced a fumble, broke up a pass and added a quarterback hurry for the Tigers.


Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray: In his first start, Bray was 19-of-33 for 325 yards and five touchdowns in the Vols' 50-14 win over Memphis. All five of Bray's touchdown passes came in the first half, making him the first Tennessee quarterback in school history to throw five touchdowns in a half.