After a quiet game against Southern Miss last Saturday, it was junior DeVonta Smith’s return to shine in the Alabama passing game in Week 5. He set multiple records on his way to earning SEC offensive player of the week honors for Week 5.

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Smith set Alabama records Saturday against Ole Miss with 274 receiving yards and five touchdowns. All five of his scores were at least 23-yard receptions. His five scores also tied an SEC record.

On defense, South Carolina defensive end D.J. Wonnum received SEC defensive player of the week honors. Against Kentucky, Wonnum posted a career-high 3.0 sacks, five tackles, a forced fumble and quarterback hurry.

Here’s a complete breakdown of Players of the Week across the SEC:

Devonta Smith, WR, Alabama

Smith set single-game school records with 274 yards and five touchdowns in a 59-31 victory against Ole Miss. His five scores also tied a conference record while his 274 yards is ranked sixth in SEC history.

Smith is the sixth player in SEC history to record 200 receiving yards and at least two touchdowns in the same game, and he reached those marks before halftime. Smith posted eight catches for 221 receiving yards and four touchdowns in the first half.

Overall, he hauled in 11 of his 12 targets.

D.J. Wonnum, DE, South Carolina

Wonnum posted a career-high 3.0 sacks and five solo tackles with a forced fumble and quarterback hurry in a 24-7 victory against Kentucky. Behind his performance, South Carolina yielded only 212 total yards in the dominating win.

Joseph Charlton, P, South Carolina

Charlton averaged 51 yards per punt and landed five of his nine attempts inside the Kentucky 20-yard line. He booted a season-long 65-yard punt, and four of his other attempts were more than 50 yards.

Charlton is second in the SEC and nation with a 49.8 yards per punt average.

Mike Horton, OL, Auburn

Led the way for an Auburn offensive line that racked up 578 total yards and 56 points in a 56-28 victory against Mississippi State.

Jeremiah Moon, DL, Florida

Moon posted five tackles and 0.5 sacks in a 38-0 victory against Towson.

Bo Nix, QB, Auburn

Nix threw for a career-high 335 yards and two touchdowns, leading the Tigers offense to 56 points in a blowout victory against Mississippi State. Nix became the first Auburn quarterback with 300 passing and 50 rushing yards in the same game since Cam Newton, and his 335 passing yards was the most by an Auburn freshman since 1990.