Earlier tonight, the Southeastern Conference handed out its weekly football honors to the top performers from this past week of SEC football.

Here are the following Week 5 award winners:

Offensive Player of the Week

Todd Gurley, RB, Georgia

Georgia’s star running back had another outstanding performance last weekend, rushing for 208 yards and two touchdowns on 28 carries. It was the first 200-yard game of his career. All in all, he racked up 285 all-purpose yards in his team’s 38-35 win over an SEC East rival. Gurley added yet another notch on his belt for his Heisman candidacy.

Defensive Player of the Week

Deshazor Everett, CB, Texas A&M

The Aggies defense held Arkansas to only seven points in the second half and that unit was anchored by corner back Deshazor Everett. The senior defensive back recorded an incredible 16 tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss. He also was one of two Aggies who stopped Arkansas running back Alex Collins from getting a first down on 4th down and 1 in the first overtime.

Freshman of the Week

Brandon Harris, QB, LSU

The new LSU starting quarterback wasted no time in establishing himself within the LSU offense. On all seven possessions he led, LSU scored a touchdown and Harris was directly responsible for five of those scores. He finished the game completing 11-of-14 passes for 178 yards and three passing touchdowns.

Special Teams Player of the Week

Quan Bray, WR, Auburn

In addition to scoring two receiving touchdowns, Auburn wideout Quan Bray also made a huge impact on special teams. He returned two punts for a total of 98 yards, including a 76-yard return for a touchdown. His contributions on both offense and special teams helped Auburn put Louisiana Tech away in the fourth quarter.

Offensive Lineman of the Week

Darrian Miller, OT, Kentucky

Kentucky’s senior offensive tackle recorded four knockdown blocks in the Wildcats’ 17-7 win over Vanderbilt. He did not allow any sacks or any quarterback hurries. He also had no penalties on the offensive line.

Defensive Lineman of the Week

Shane Ray, DE, Missouri

Early on in the season it was Markus Golden, Missouri’s other standout defensive end, making an impact for the Tigers. However, it’s now Shane Ray who has emerged as Missouri’s biggest weapon on the defense line. He was a key contributor to Missouri’s comeback win on the road against South Carolina, recording eight tackles and two sacks. His seven sacks are tied for first place in all of college football.