ESPN released its annual preseason All-SEC team on Monday, and Auburn is represented at an offensive skills position.
Despite missing five practices earlier in fall camp because of a “discipline issue,” D’haquille “Duke” Williams was voted to the team as the second wide receiver, joining Ole Miss wide receiver Laquon Treadwell.
Williams was one of three Tigers on ESPN’s list of top 100 college football players earlier this month, coming in at No. 35.
He caught 45 passes for 730 yards and five touchdowns in 2014 despite starting only seven of 13 games because of injury.
Expectations for the LaPlace, Louisiana, native are even higher in 2015 as the offense is likely to feature more passing under the direction of new starting quarterback Jeremy Johnson.
The full All-SEC team can be viewed here.
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