Offensive guard Max Jean-Gilles has been named a First-Team All-American by Rivals.com. In addition, kicker Brandon Coutu was named to the Second Team, and defensive end Quentin Moses and tight end Leonard Pope were named to the Third Team.
Jean-Gilles previously was named an All-American by the America Football Coaches Association and the Walter Camp Football Foundation. He also was a unanimous All-Southeastern Conference selection. Jean-Gilles, a senior from Miami, Fla., anchors an offensive line that has rolled up 382 yards and 29.1 points per game this year. With Jean-Gilles leading the way, the Bulldogs have rushed for 157 yards per game and the line has allowed only 20 sacks.
Coutu, a sophomore from Lawrenceville, leads the SEC in scoring with 109 points. He is 40-of-40 on extra points and 23-of-29 on field goals. Pope, a junior from Americus, leads the Bulldogs in receiving yards with 491 and ranks second with 33 catches. He also has hauled in three touchdown passes.
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Moses, a junior from Athens, leads the Bulldogs with 10.5 sacks and 19.5 tackles for loss. He has 42 total tackles and two fumble recoveries.
Jean-Gilles, Coutu, Moses and Pope will lead the Bulldogs against West Virginia in the Nokia Sugar Bowl on Jan. 2 in Atlanta.