The SEC has announced its players of the week for Week 11.

Alabama receiver Devonta Smith earned offensive player of the week honors after another outstanding game vs. LSU. He caught eight passes for 231 yards and three touchdowns, increasing his own record for receiving touchdowns in a career by an SEC player to 38.

Smith’s 231 yards is the second-best yardage output of his collegiate career, trailing only his 274-yard performance vs. Ole Miss in 2019. Smith is starting to get some Heisman Trophy consideration alongside Crimson Tide quarterback Mac Jones.

Florida’s Ventrell Miller earned defensive player of the week honors after his Gators’ defense dominated Tennessee last week. He recorded 12 total tackles, a sack and a pass deflection in the win.

Missouri kicker Harrison Mevis was named special teams player of the week. He won the game for the Tigers last week against Arkansas with a field goal at the buzzer.

Here’s the full list of players of the week for the SEC in Week 11:

Offense: Devonta Smith, WR, Alabama

  • The senior receiver returned to his home state and dominated the first half as the Crimson Tide raced to a 45-14 halftime lead on its way to a 55-17 win.
  • Smith caught 8 passes for 231 yards and three touchdowns for the game, but recorded seven catches for 219 yards in the first half.
  • Recorded his second 200-yard game of the season and the fourth of his career, which is an Alabama record.
  • Produced a 373.04 passer rating on his 10 targets.
  • Six of his eight receptions converted first downs with scoring grabs of 65, 61 and a one-handed 20-yard catch.
  • Averaged 28.9 yards per reception with four catches of 20 yards or more and three covering at least 48 yards.

Defense: Ventrell Miller, LB, Florida

  • Miller led the way for Florida’s defense in its 31-19 win at Tennessee on Saturday with 12 tackles and a sack, continuing to disrupt the opposition’s offense as he has done all season.
  • His leadership helped the Gators hold the Volunteers to 94 yards rushing.
  • Miller leads the team in tackles this season with 66 and is third on the team in tackles-for-loss with 5.5.

Special teams: Harrison Mevis, K, Missouri

  • Matched a school record with five field goals, the most by any kicker nationally this season, and reset the school record by scoring 20 of Mizzou’s 50 points in a 50-48 win over SEC West rival Arkansas.
  • Included in those five field goals was a walk-off, game-winning 32-yard field goal to help Mizzou to its fifth straight win over Arkansas and its fifth win in six games this season.
  • Also connected on FGs from 51, 29, 37 and 40 … Hit all five of hit PATs as well in a game where Mizzou needed every point to defeat the Razorbacks.
  • He is just the fourth Tiger kicker to make three kicks of 50+ yards in his career and is the first Tiger with five field goals in a game since Tucker McCann knocked in five vs. South Carolina on Oct. 6, 2018.
  • Mevis now leads the nation in field goals made per game (2.0) and is fourth nationally with his 16 makes.

Freshman: Connor Bazelak, QB, Missouri

  • Went 32-for-49 (65.3 percent) for 380 yards, his second straight game over 300 yards, as he improved to 6-1 as a starter in his young career.
  • On Mizzou’s game-winning drive with just 43 seconds remaining, he moved the offense 60 yards in seven plays, going a perfect 4-for-4 for 54 yards and three first downs.
  • He was 8-for-11 for 150 yards in the fourth quarter as he helped rally Mizzou from down 14 points in the final frame, good for the largest fourth-quarter comeback in school history.
  • He’s now fourth in the SEC in passing yards per game (250.3) and fifth in completion percentage.
  • He has thrown just two interceptions on the year, the fewest of any SEC quarterback with at least five games played.

Offensive line: Ryan McCollum, C, Texas A&M

  • The graduated senior center has called protections and blocking assignments up front for the Aggies.
  • The squad finished with a season-high 313 rushing yards and only allowed one quarterback sack on 23 passing attempts.

Defensive line: Phil Hoskins, DT, Kentucky

  • Made four tackles, including one for loss, plus a quarterback hurry in Kentucky’s 41-18 win over South Carolina.
  • On the first possession of the game, on third-and-5, his two-yard tackle for loss forced a field goal that was missed by the Gamecocks.
  • His quarterback hurry came in a series that ended in a punt.