Southeastern Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Year

Southeastern Conference Men's Basketball Player Of The Year

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The Southeastern Conference (SEC) Men's Basketball Player of the Year is an award given to the player who has proven himself, throughout the season, to be the most exceptional talent in the Southeastern Conference. The school with the most SEC Player of the Year award winners is Kentucky, with 13 total awards. South Carolina, which joined the conference in 1991, is the only SEC member without a winner.

Three different organizations have given this award:

Key



Winners



Winners by school



Footnotes

  • If no special demarcation indicates which award the player won that season, then he had earned all of the awards available for that year.
  • Chris Jackson changed his name to Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf in 1991 after converting to Islam.
  • In 1976–77, two Tennessee players were chosen as the SEC Player of the Year—Ernie Grunfeld and Bernard King were selected by the Associated Press, and Grunfeld was also chosen by United Press International. Both players are counted in the total Player of the Year Award per school tally.


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