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Southeastern Conference Career Leaders and Records for 3-Point Field Goals

Leaders and Records: Single Season ▪ Career ▪ Yearly

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Leaders are based on stats from the 1997-98 through 2013-14 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 1997-98

Rank Player 3P From To Last School
1.Chris Lofton 431 2005 2008 Tennessee
2.Shan Foster 367 2005 2008 Vanderbilt
3.Chris Warren 334 2008 2011 Mississippi
4.Kenny Boynton 333 2010 2013 Florida
5.John Jenkins 306 2010 2012 Vanderbilt
6.Lee Humphrey 288 2004 2007 Florida
7.Erving Walker 285 2009 2012 Florida
8.Barry Stewart 280 2007 2010 Mississippi State
9.Aaron Harper 278 2001 2004 Mississippi
10.Rotnei Clarke 274 2009 2013 Arkansas
 Brett Nelson 274 2000 2003 Florida
12.Marshall Henderson 267 2010 2014 Mississippi
 Anthony Roberson 267 2003 2005 Florida
14.Jamel Bradley 264 1999 2002 South Carolina
15.Levi Stukes 261 2004 2007 Georgia
16.Ravern Johnson 260 2008 2011 Mississippi State
17.Darrel Mitchell 258 2003 2006 Louisiana State
18.Keith Bogans 254 2000 2003 Kentucky
19.JaJuan Smith 253 2005 2008 Tennessee
20.Earnest Shelton 245 2002 2005 Alabama
21.Andre Stringer 242 2011 2014 Louisiana State
22.Tony Harris 240 1998 2001 Tennessee
23.Sam Howard 238 1999 2002 Vanderbilt
24.Dee Bost 237 2009 2012 Mississippi State
 Torris Bright 237 2000 2003 Louisiana State
26.D.A. Layne 231 1999 2001 Georgia
27.Frankie Sullivan 228 2009 2013 Auburn
28.Ezra Williams 213 2001 2003 Georgia
29.Jon Higgins 209 2000 2003 Tennessee
30.Scott Pohlman 206 1998 2001 Auburn
31.Tayshaun Prince 204 1999 2002 Kentucky
32.Alex Gordon 200 2005 2008 Vanderbilt
33.Gerald Fitch 199 2001 2004 Kentucky
34.Timmy Bowers 197 2001 2004 Mississippi State
 Mario Moore 197 2003 2006 Vanderbilt
36.Dustin Ware 194 2009 2012 Georgia
37.Matt Walsh 192 2003 2005 Florida
38.Brad Tinsley 189 2009 2012 Vanderbilt
39.Teddy Dupay 188 1999 2001 Florida
40.Tay Waller 187 2009 2010 Auburn
41.Pat Bradley 186 1998 1999 Arkansas
 Joe Crawford 186 2005 2008 Kentucky
 Taurean Green 186 2005 2007 Florida
44.DeWayne Reed 184 2007 2010 Auburn
45.Matt Freije 183 2001 2004 Vanderbilt
 Rod Odom 183 2011 2014 Vanderbilt
47.Terrance Meade 182 2000 2003 Alabama
48.Mykal Riley 180 2007 2008 Alabama
49.Jordan McRae 179 2011 2014 Tennessee
 Vincent Yarbrough 179 1999 2002 Tennessee
51.Ronald Steele 178 2005 2009 Alabama
52.Ramel Bradley 177 2005 2008 Kentucky
 Jodie Meeks 177 2007 2009 Kentucky
54.Walter Hodge 176 2006 2009 Florida
55.Darius Miller 175 2009 2012 Kentucky
56.Devan Downey 174 2006 2010 South Carolina
 Antonio Hudson 174 2002 2005 Louisiana State
58.Jermaine Beal 171 2007 2010 Vanderbilt
 Collis Temple 171 2000 2003 Louisiana State
60.Michael Frazier 170 2013 2014 Florida
61.Earnest Ross 169 2010 2014 Missouri
 Brenton Williams 169 2012 2014 South Carolina
63.Jannero Pargo 168 2001 2002 Arkansas
 Marcus Thornton 168 2008 2009 Louisiana State
65.Rod Grizzard 167 2000 2002 Alabama
 Tre Kelley 167 2004 2007 South Carolina
67.Anthony Hickey 166 2012 2014 Louisiana State
68.Matt Bonner 165 2000 2003 Florida
 C.J. Watson 165 2003 2006 Tennessee
70.Dan Cage 164 2004 2007 Vanderbilt
 David Huertas 164 2006 2009 Mississippi
72.Jason Harrison 163 1999 2002 Mississippi
73.Kenyan Weaks 162 1998 2000 Florida
74.Skylar McBee 161 2010 2013 Tennessee
75.Eric Ferguson 160 2003 2006 Arkansas
 Winsome Frazier 160 2002 2005 Mississippi State
 Trevor Releford 160 2011 2014 Alabama
78.Billy Humphrey 159 2006 2010 Georgia
79.Todd Abernethy 158 2004 2007 Mississippi
80.Rasheem Barrett 157 2006 2009 Auburn
81.Cameron Tatum 155 2008 2012 Tennessee
82.Jonathon Modica 153 2003 2006 Arkansas
 Chandler Parsons 153 2008 2011 Florida
 Brian Williams 153 1998 1999 Alabama
85.Scotty Hopson 151 2009 2011 Tennessee
 Patrick Sparks 151 2002 2006 Kentucky
87.Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 149 2012 2013 Georgia
 Brandon Dean 149 1999 2002 Arkansas
89.Brandis Raley-Ross 147 2007 2010 South Carolina
90.Doron Lamb 144 2011 2012 Kentucky
91.Erik Murphy 143 2010 2013 Florida
92.Derrick Byars 142 2003 2007 Vanderbilt
93.Bo Spencer 141 2008 2012 Louisiana State
94.Stef Welsh 140 2007 2010 Arkansas
95.Patrick Beverley 138 2007 2008 Arkansas
 Greg Stolt 138 1998 1999 Florida
 Scottie Wilbekin 138 2011 2014 Florida
98.Jabari Brown 136 2012 2014 Missouri
 Zach Graham 136 2008 2011 Mississippi
100.Keith Carter 135 1998 1999 Mississippi
101.Brendan Plavich 134 2001 2005 Vanderbilt
102.Nathan Watson 133 2002 2005 Auburn
103.Tang Hamilton 132 1998 2001 Mississippi State
 Terrance Woodbury 132 2006 2009 Georgia
105.Evaldas Baniulis 131 2007 2010 South Carolina
 Nick Calathes 131 2008 2009 Florida
 Wayne Chism 131 2007 2010 Tennessee
 David Przybyszewski 131 2002 2005 Vanderbilt
109.Doc Robinson 130 1998 2000 Auburn
110.Michael Boynton 129 2001 2004 South Carolina
 Zam Fredrick 129 2005 2009 South Carolina
 Jamont Gordon 129 2006 2008 Mississippi State
 Tarence Kinsey 129 2003 2006 South Carolina
 Dan Langhi 129 1997 2000 Vanderbilt
 Mardracus Wade 129 2011 2014 Arkansas
 Ian Young 129 2004 2005 Auburn
117.Daymeon Fishback 128 1998 2000 Auburn
 Saul Smith 128 1998 2001 Kentucky
119.Clarence Sanders 127 2006 2007 Mississippi
120.Bruce Ellington 126 2011 2014 South Carolina
121.Charvez Davis 125 2010 2011 Alabama
 Jalen Steele 125 2011 2013 Mississippi State
123.Adam Harrington 124 1999 2002 Auburn
 Antonio Jackson 124 2000 2001 Mississippi State
 Dan Werner 124 2007 2010 Florida