Ranking the SEC's best multi-purpose players

Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low

Here's our ranking of the Top 10 multi-purpose players in the SEC. The more the player does, the higher the ranking. The more productive the player is at more than one position, the higher the ranking. The more dynamic the player is, the higher the ranking:

1. D.J. Moore, Vanderbilt: One of the best cornerbacks in the SEC, Moore is tied for the league lead with six interceptions. He had two touchdown catches against Kentucky as a receiver and leads the Commodores in punt and kickoff return average.

2. Percy Harvin, Florida: The Gators' running back/receiver has scored seven touchdowns rushing and seven touchdowns receiving while piling up 995 all-purpose yards. He's also lined as one of the deep men on punt returns.

3. Javier Arenas, Alabama: One of the Crimson Tide's starting cornerbacks, Arenas has one interception to go along with two punt returns for touchdowns. He's third in the SEC in punt return average and Alabama's leader in kickoff return average.

4. Jeffery Demps, Florida: The Gators' second leading rusher, Demps has five rushing touchdowns and one receiving touchdown. He's blocked two punts, has also returned a handful of punts and kickoffs and plays on the kickoff coverage team.

5. Brandon James, Florida: One of the top return men in the country, James has taken two punts back for touchdowns this season and four during his career. He also has two rushing touchdowns and one receiving touchdown this season.

6. Dexter McCluster, Ole Miss: A fixture in Ole Miss' Wild Rebel package, McCluster splits his time at running back and receiver. He's the Rebels' leading receiver and second leading rusher. He's scored four touchdowns rushing and one touchdown receiving.

7. Derek Pegues, Mississippi State: One of the most versatile defensive backs in the league, Pegues is among the league leaders in both kickoff and punt return average. He has one interception this season and 11 for his career.

8. Mike Wallace, Ole Miss: The Rebels' senior receiver leads the team with a 19.2 yards-per-catch average and has two receiving touchdowns. He also has a kickoff return for a touchdown and is third in the SEC with 1,240 all-purpose yards.

9. Trindon Holliday, LSU: One of the fastest players in the country, the 5-5 Holliday has lined up at both running back and receiver for the Tigers. He has a 92-yard punt return for a touchdown this season and leads LSU in both punt and kickoff return average.

10. Robert Dunn, Auburn: The fourth leading receiver on Auburn's team, Dunn has two touchdown catches this season and is also second in the SEC in punt return average. He returned a punt 66 yards for a touchdown in the Tigers' opener.