Apparently, media covering SEC hoops aren't impressed by Nate Oats' revamped roster that finished fifth in portal recruiting and 10th nationally overall.

Tennessee was pickedto win the 2024 SEC men’s basketball championship in voting by a select panel of both SEC and national media members.

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The Volunteers are the overall preseason favorite for the first time since the 2021 season and the fifth time overall.

Texas A&M’s Wade Taylor IV was  picked by the voters as SEC Player of the Year. Alabama’s Grant Nelson, Arkansas’s Trevon Brazile, Auburn’s Johni Broome, Mississippi State’s Tolu Smith and Tennessee’s Santiago Vescovi also received votes in the Player of the Year voting.

Nelson, Brazile, Broome, Smith, Vescovi and Taylor were each All-SEC First Team selections along with Kentucky’s Justin Edwards. Alabama’s Mark Sears, Florida’s Riley Kugel, Arkansas’s Davonte Davis, Kentucky’s Antonio Reeves and Tennessee’s Zakai Zeigler were second team picks.

SEC Men's Basketball Media Day is Wednesday in Mountain Brook with Oats, Sears and Aaron Estrada set to rep UA.

The 2023-24 SEC season starts Monday, November 6, with conference play set to begin Saturday, January 6. The 2024 SEC Tournament will be March 13-17 at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn.

Tide 100.9 will bring you full coverage of Alabama at Media Day as well as team and game coverage all season.

Predicted Order Of Finish

1.    Tennessee

2.    Texas A&M

3.    Arkansas

4.    Kentucky

5.    Alabama

6.    Auburn

7.    Mississippi State

8.    Florida

9.    Missouri

10. Ole Miss

11. Vanderbilt

12. Georgia

13. LSU

14. South Carolina

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