Sporting News released its All-American team on Wednesday.

As expected, the likes of Jabrill Peppers, Dalvin Cook, Lamar Jackson, and Dede Westbrook made the lists. There are also multiple SEC players featuring within the slideshow as well.

Despite not being a finalist for the John Mackey Award (which made absolutely no sense), Ole Miss athlete Evan Engram registers as the nation’s top tight end. On the year, Engram lead all tight ends with 926 yards receiving — including 65 catches and eight touchdown grabs.

Alabama OL Cam Robinson appears as the first-team left tackle. The future high first-round pick anchors the dominant Crimson Tide offensive line — whilst also protecting Jalen Hurts blindside.

The defensive line is where the SEC truly shines. Texas A&M DE Myles Garrett and Alabama DL Jonathan Allen both featured as first-team All-Americans.

Allen’s versatility is truly special — as he can play virtually anywhere along the defensive line in dominant fashion. Garrett possesses arguably the quickest first-step of any edge rusher in the college game.

Perhaps the nation’s most underrated player, Vanderbilt’s Zach Cunningham appears as a first-team linebacker. Cunningham had an eye-popping 19 tackles versus Georgia earlier this season — and finished the year with 119 tackles (including 16.5 tackles-for-loss).

Alabama’s Reuben Foster also is listed as a first-team choice. The Butkus Award winner is the most dominant player on the most dominating team. He truly appears destined for a great professional career.

Sporting News also created a second team. This included LSU center Ethan Pocic, Auburn guard Alex Kozan, Tennessee DE Derek Barnett, LSU LB Kendall Beckwith, Florida LB Jarrad Davis, Alabama CB Minkah Fitzpatrick, and Auburn kicker Daniel Carlson.