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Southeastern Conference Career Leaders and Records for Assists

Leaders and Records: Single Season ▪ Career ▪ Yearly

Click on the Player for career record and accomplishments.
Leaders are based on stats from the 1997-98 through 2013-14 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 1997-98

Rank Player AST From To Last School
1.Dee Bost 633 2009 2012 Mississippi State
2.C.J. Watson 577 2003 2006 Tennessee
3.Erving Walker 547 2009 2012 Florida
4.Torris Bright 544 2000 2003 Louisiana State
5.Quantez Robertson 529 2006 2009 Auburn
6.Derrick Zimmerman 513 2000 2003 Mississippi State
7.Tre Kelley 510 2004 2007 South Carolina
8.Tony Harris 509 1998 2001 Tennessee
9.Rashad Wright 493 2001 2004 Georgia
10.Jamont Gordon 484 2006 2008 Mississippi State
11.Garrett Temple 482 2006 2009 Louisiana State
 Brad Tinsley 482 2009 2012 Vanderbilt
13.DeWayne Reed 477 2007 2010 Auburn
14.Sundiata Gaines 476 2005 2008 Georgia
15.Doc Robinson 472 1998 2000 Auburn
16.Cliff Hawkins 467 2001 2004 Kentucky
17.Ronald Steele 453 2005 2009 Alabama
18.Nick Calathes 452 2008 2009 Florida
 Chris Warren 452 2008 2011 Mississippi
20.Aaron Lucas 451 1999 2002 South Carolina
21.Todd Abernethy 431 2004 2007 Mississippi
22.Chuck Eidson 428 2000 2003 South Carolina
23.Jason Harrison 427 1999 2002 Mississippi
24.Jermaine Beal 421 2007 2010 Vanderbilt
25.Devan Downey 420 2006 2010 South Carolina
26.Scottie Wilbekin 419 2011 2014 Florida
27.Atiba Prater 414 1998 2000 Vanderbilt
28.Brett Nelson 406 2000 2003 Florida
29.Taurean Green 400 2005 2007 Florida
 Dustin Ware 400 2009 2012 Georgia
31.Trevor Releford 395 2011 2014 Alabama
32.Kenny Boynton 392 2010 2013 Florida
33.Dane Bradshaw 386 2004 2007 Tennessee
34.Eric Ferguson 379 2003 2006 Arkansas
35.Jarvis Summers 370 2012 2014 Mississippi
36.Russell Lakey 369 2001 2004 Vanderbilt
37.Darrel Mitchell 367 2003 2006 Louisiana State
38.Saul Smith 363 1998 2001 Kentucky
39.Anthony Hickey 360 2012 2014 Louisiana State
40.Jon Higgins 352 2000 2003 Tennessee
41.Detrick White 351 1998 1999 Mississippi State
42.Kareem Reid 347 1998 1999 Arkansas
43.Trae Golden 344 2011 2014 Tennessee
44.Chandler Parsons 339 2008 2011 Florida
45.Alex Gordon 335 2005 2008 Vanderbilt
46.Tarik London 332 1998 2001 Alabama
47.Mario Moore 331 2003 2006 Vanderbilt
48.Mikhail Torrance 327 2007 2010 Alabama
49.Eniel Polynice 319 2007 2011 Mississippi
50.Wayne Turner 318 1996 1999 Kentucky
51.Ramel Bradley 316 2005 2008 Kentucky
52.Keith Bogans 314 2000 2003 Kentucky
 Andre Stringer 314 2011 2014 Louisiana State
54.Jason Holwerda 312 2002 2005 Vanderbilt
55.Justin Hamilton 309 2000 2003 Florida
56.Gary Ervin 303 2007 2008 Arkansas
57.Jason Flanigan 302 1998 2001 Mississippi
 Josh Wallace 302 2010 2013 Auburn
59.Timmy Bowers 301 2001 2004 Mississippi State
60.Corey Brewer 300 2005 2007 Florida
61.Ronnie Brewer 299 2004 2006 Arkansas
62.Walter Hodge 293 2006 2009 Florida
 Barry Stewart 293 2007 2010 Mississippi State
 Vincent Yarbrough 293 1999 2002 Tennessee
65.Chuck Hayes 292 2002 2005 Kentucky
 Tasmin Mitchell 292 2006 2010 Louisiana State
67.Antoine Pettway 290 2001 2004 Alabama
68.Marquis Daniels 287 2000 2003 Auburn
 Frankie Sullivan 287 2009 2013 Auburn
70.Todd Myles 285 1998 2000 Mississippi State
 Rajon Rondo 285 2005 2006 Kentucky
72.Alex Caruso 282 2013 2014 Texas A&M
73.T.J. Cleveland 280 1999 2002 Arkansas
 Tyler Smith 280 2007 2010 Tennessee
75.Darius Miller 278 2009 2012 Kentucky
76.Courtney Fortson 275 2009 2010 Arkansas
77.Aaron Harper 273 2001 2004 Mississippi
78.Matt Walsh 272 2003 2005 Florida
79.Mo Williams 271 2002 2003 Alabama
80.Chris Bass 269 2009 2012 Louisiana State
81.Dan Werner 268 2007 2010 Florida
82.Kyle Fuller 267 2011 2014 Vanderbilt
83.Julysses Nobles 264 2010 2014 Arkansas
 G.G. Smith 264 1998 1999 Georgia
85.Eddie Shannon 262 1998 1999 Florida
86.D.A. Layne 260 1999 2001 Georgia
87.J.P. Prince 259 2006 2010 Tennessee
88.Michael Boynton 255 2001 2004 South Carolina
89.Chris Daniels 254 2001 2004 Georgia
 Tayshaun Prince 254 1999 2002 Kentucky
91.Teddy Dupay 253 1999 2001 Florida
92.Jeffery Taylor 252 2009 2012 Vanderbilt
93.David Lee 251 2002 2005 Florida
94.Gerald Robinson 247 2008 2012 Georgia
95.Anthony Roberson 246 2003 2005 Florida
96.John Wall 241 2010 2010 Kentucky
97.Phil Pressey 240 2011 2013 Missouri
98.Bruce Ellington 238 2011 2014 South Carolina
 David Sanders 238 2001 2003 Mississippi
100.Jamison Brewer 236 2000 2001 Auburn
 Patrick Sparks 236 2002 2006 Kentucky
102.Gary Ervin 234 2004 2005 Mississippi State
 Senario Hillman 234 2008 2011 Alabama
104.Jermaine Williams 233 1999 2002 Louisiana State
105.Gerald Fitch 232 2001 2004 Kentucky
 James Strong 232 1998 2000 Vanderbilt
 Cameron Tatum 232 2008 2012 Tennessee
108.Stef Welsh 230 2007 2010 Arkansas
109.Rasheem Barrett 229 2006 2009 Auburn
110.Lakeem Jackson 227 2010 2013 South Carolina
 Bobby Maze 227 2007 2010 Tennessee
112.Antonio Hudson 226 2002 2005 Louisiana State
113.Tack Minor 225 2004 2007 Louisiana State
114.Ramar Smith 224 2007 2008 Tennessee
115.Erik Daniels 223 2001 2004 Kentucky
116.Shan Foster 221 2005 2008 Vanderbilt
117.Chris Lofton 220 2005 2008 Tennessee
118.Brandon Dean 219 1999 2002 Arkansas
119.Brandon Hollinger 213 2006 2009 Alabama
120.Derrick Byars 212 2003 2007 Vanderbilt
 DeAndre Liggins 212 2009 2011 Kentucky
 Lewis Monroe 212 2002 2006 Auburn
123.Marckell Patterson 210 1999 2002 Mississippi State
 Bo Spencer 210 2008 2012 Louisiana State
125.Jordan McRae 209 2011 2014 Tennessee
 Xavier Whipple 209 2002 2005 Louisiana State