FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas wide receiver Cobi Hamilton was a unanimous pick for the Associated Press All-Southeastern Conference team Monday.
Hamilton, who turned in a record-setting season as a senior, was the only Razorback to earn first-team honors.
Arkansas center Travis Swanson and punter Dylan Breeding were second-team picks. Defensive end Chris Smith was named honorable mention.
Hamilton led the SEC in both receptions (90) and yards (1,335), setting school records in each category. He also set the school's career yardage mark (2,854), breaking former teammate Jarius Wright's mark. It helped him become one of three unanimous selections on the AP All-SEC offense (Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel and Alabama C Barrett Jones).
Swanson wrapped up his third season as a starter, lining up for each of Arkansas' 12 games. Breeding was second in the SEC in punting, averaging 45.6 yards an attempt.
Manziel — the Heisman Trophy favorite — was named a unanimous pick for the AP's SEC Offensive Player of the Year and also was named Freshman of the Year on Monday. Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones was the SEC Defensive Player of the Year and Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin was named SEC Coach of the Year.
The SEC Coaches team is expected to be revealed later this week.
— Robbie Neiswanger • Arkansas News Bureau