Every SEC Football Team Ranked by Number of Returning Starters

By David Hayes
Ja'Marr Chase is one of the most important starting players for the LSU Tigers in the 2020 college football season.
Ja'Marr Chase is one of the most important starting players for the LSU Tigers in the 2020 college football season. / Chris Graythen/Getty Images
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As the final 2020 NFL Draft results fade further into the rear-view mirror, we're starting to get a better understanding of what the 2020 college football season will look like.

Now that we know which talents have made the leap to the next level, between draft picks and undrafted free-agent signings, we have a much better idea of what the returning units for each college football program's squad will look like come this fall. Keeping that in mind, here's a breakdown of each SEC football team's returning starters.

SEC Returning Starters 2020 by Team

1. Kentucky Returning Starters: (16)

Offense: 8
Defense: 8

2. Tennessee Returning Starters: (16)

Offense: 8
Defense: 8

3. Texas A&M Returning Starters: (16)

Offense: 8
Defense: 8

4. Ole Miss Returning Starters: (15)

Offense: 8
Defense: 7

5. Vanderbilt Returning Starters: (15)

Offense: 4
Defense: 11

6. Arkansas Returning Starters: (14)

Offense: 8
Defense: 6

7. Missouri Returning Starters: (13)

Offense: 5
Defense: 8

8. South Carolina Returning Starters: (13)

Offense: 7
Defense: 6

9. Alabama Returning Starters: (12)

Offense: 7
Defense: 5

10. Florida Returning Starters: (12)

Offense: 7
Defense: 5

11. Mississippi State Returning Starters: (11)

Offense: 5
Defense: 6

12. Georgia Returning Starters: (10)

Offense: 2
Defense: 8

13. Auburn Returning Starters: (9)

Offense: 4
Defense: 5

14. LSU Returning Starters: (8)

Offense: 3
Defense: 5


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