Auburn first baseman Hunter Morris was voted as the SEC's Player of the Year, the league announced Tuesday.
Morris, a junior, led the league in home runs (20), hits (94), slugging percentage (.767), home runs 920 and total bases (181). He was second in runs scored (60) and tied for third with 67 RBIs
The only other Auburn player to win SEC Player of the Year was outfielder/pitcher Tim Hudson in 1997.
Other Auburn players selected to the All-SEC first team Tuesday were left fielder Brian Fletcher, center fielder Trent Mummey and designated hitter Kevin Patterson.
Fletcher tied Morris with 20 home runs and led the league with 70 RBIs. Mummey hit 15 home runs and hit .380 after missing the first six weeks with an ankle sprain. Patterson hit 16 home runs and batted .330.
Catcher Ryan Jenkins and pitcher Grant Dayton were second-team selections, while pitcher Cory Luckie was named SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Mummey made the All-Defensive team.