The Associated Press released its All-Bowl Team, and there’s more than a half dozen players from the Southeastern Conference that are on it.

Among them is LSU running back Leonard Fournette, who ran all over Texas Tech to the tune of 212 yards and five total touchdowns in the Tigers’ 56-27 win over the Red Raiders in the Texas Bowl.

Also making the team was Alabama receiver Calvin Ridley, who came up big for the Crimson Tide in the College Football Playoff semifinal win over Michigan State. The freshman had 8 catches for 138 yards and a touchdown in the 38-0 win.

Arkansas tight ends Jeremy Sprinkle and Hunter Henry both made the team for their performances in a 45-23 win over Kansas State in the Liberty Bowl. Sprinkle had 4 catches for 81 yards and a score while Henry posted 5 catches for 92 yards, including the key play to set up the game-sealing touchdown: a 43-yard gain on a third-and-13.

Georgia senior offensive tackle John Theus played a huge factor in the Bulldogs’ 24-17 win over Penn State in the TaxSlayer Bowl. Theus did a number on Penn State’s Carl Nassib, who entered the game as the FBS sack leader with 15.5 sacks. Nassib not only didn’t notch another sack, he didn’t have a single tackle.

Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil was a key reason why the Rebels offense took flight in a 48-20 Sugar Bowl win over Oklahoma State, providing a little offense of his own with a 2-yard TD run. That was 2 of just 554 yards of total offense that he helped Ole Miss rack up.

Tennessee sophomore defensive lineman Derek Barnett had a sack along with 8 tackles while forcing a fumble in the Vols’ 45-6 domination of Northwestern in the Outback Bowl. Barnett’s 10 sacks are tied for 4th-most in the SEC this season.