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Southeastern Conference Career Leaders and Records for Points Produced

Leaders and Records: Single Season ▪ Career ▪ Yearly

Click on the Player for career record and accomplishments.
Leaders are based on stats from the 2009-10 through 2013-14 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 2009-10

Rank Player PProd From To Last School
1.Kenny Boynton 1915 2010 2013 Florida
2.Trevor Releford 1792 2011 2014 Alabama
3.Jeffery Taylor 1474 2009 2012 Vanderbilt
4.Erving Walker 1461 2009 2012 Florida
5.Jordan McRae 1393 2011 2014 Tennessee
6.John Jenkins 1389 2010 2012 Vanderbilt
7.Dee Bost 1351 2009 2012 Mississippi State
8.Earnest Ross 1305 2010 2014 Missouri
9.Andre Stringer 1303 2011 2014 Louisiana State
10.Patric Young 1281 2011 2014 Florida
11.JaMychal Green 1271 2009 2012 Alabama
12.Jarvis Summers 1248 2012 2014 Mississippi
13.Frankie Sullivan 1231 2009 2013 Auburn
14.Marshawn Powell 1191 2010 2013 Arkansas
15.Murphy Holloway 1190 2009 2013 Mississippi
16.Chris Warren 1180 2008 2011 Mississippi
17.Jarnell Stokes 1158 2012 2014 Tennessee
18.Johnny O'Bryant 1133 2012 2014 Louisiana State
19.Marshall Henderson 1132 2010 2014 Mississippi
20.Chris Denson 1110 2011 2014 Auburn
21.Scottie Wilbekin 1052 2011 2014 Florida
22.Terrence Jones 1047 2011 2012 Kentucky
23.Tony Mitchell 1046 2010 2012 Alabama
24.Darius Miller 1025 2009 2012 Kentucky
25.Brad Tinsley 997 2009 2012 Vanderbilt
26.Trae Golden 991 2011 2014 Tennessee
27.Anthony Hickey 951 2012 2014 Louisiana State
28.Travis Leslie 948 2009 2011 Georgia
29.Reginald Buckner 947 2010 2013 Mississippi
30.Erik Murphy 939 2010 2013 Florida
31.Trey Thompkins 936 2009 2011 Georgia
32.Jabari Brown 932 2012 2014 Missouri
33.Rod Odom 929 2011 2014 Vanderbilt
34.Terrance Henry 915 2009 2012 Mississippi
35.Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 902 2012 2013 Georgia
36.Bruce Ellington 900 2011 2014 South Carolina
37.Doron Lamb 899 2011 2012 Kentucky
38.B.J. Young 894 2012 2013 Arkansas
39.Scotty Hopson 863 2009 2011 Tennessee
40.Chandler Parsons 861 2008 2011 Florida
41.Gerald Robinson 855 2008 2012 Georgia
42.Brenton Williams 852 2012 2014 South Carolina
43.Lakeem Jackson 844 2010 2013 South Carolina
44.Levi Randolph 828 2012 2014 Alabama
45.Jeronne Maymon 827 2010 2014 Tennessee
46.Storm Warren 806 2009 2012 Louisiana State
47.Rotnei Clarke 797 2009 2013 Arkansas
48.Nick Williams 797 2009 2013 Mississippi
49.Ravern Johnson 794 2008 2011 Mississippi State
50.Dustin Ware 786 2009 2012 Georgia
51.Festus Ezeli 779 2009 2012 Vanderbilt
52.Cameron Tatum 775 2008 2012 Tennessee
53.Rashad Madden 772 2012 2014 Arkansas
54.Casey Prather 765 2011 2014 Florida
55.Craig Sword 763 2013 2014 Mississippi State
56.Mardracus Wade 762 2011 2014 Arkansas
57.Zach Graham 762 2008 2011 Mississippi
58.Kyle Fuller 761 2011 2014 Vanderbilt
59.Rodney Cooper 756 2012 2014 Alabama
60.Allen Payne 750 2011 2014 Auburn
61.Nemanja Djurisic 743 2012 2014 Georgia
62.Rob Chubb 732 2010 2013 Auburn
63.Vernon Macklin 713 2007 2011 Florida
64.Josh Richardson 711 2012 2014 Tennessee
65.Charles Mann 703 2013 2014 Georgia
66.Julysses Nobles 702 2010 2014 Arkansas
67.Kenny Gabriel 686 2010 2012 Auburn
68.Lance Goulbourne 676 2009 2012 Vanderbilt
69.Kodi Augustus 672 2008 2011 Mississippi State
70.Alex Tyus 670 2008 2011 Florida
71.John Wall 669 2010 2010 Kentucky
72.Devan Downey 665 2006 2010 South Carolina
73.Malik Cook 654 2008 2012 South Carolina
74.Brandon Knight 652 2011 2011 Kentucky
75.Trevor Lacey 637 2012 2013 Alabama
76.Sam Muldrow 634 2008 2011 South Carolina
77.Shavon Coleman 617 2013 2014 Louisiana State
78.Nick Jacobs 612 2012 2014 Alabama
79.Donte Williams 609 2011 2014 Georgia
80.Jordan Clarkson 605 2011 2014 Missouri
81.Will Yeguete 603 2011 2014 Florida
82.Mike Rosario 600 2009 2013 Florida
83.Julius Randle 599 2014 2014 Kentucky
84.Michael Frazier 583 2013 2014 Florida
85.Coty Clarke 580 2013 2014 Arkansas
86.Kedren Johnson 579 2012 2013 Vanderbilt
87.Alex Caruso 577 2013 2014 Texas A&M
88.Alex Poythress 574 2013 2014 Kentucky
89.Ralston Turner 573 2011 2014 Louisiana State
90.LaDarius White 571 2012 2014 Mississippi
91.Jalen Steele 566 2011 2013 Mississippi State
92.Gavin Ware 558 2013 2014 Mississippi State
93.Rickey Scott 556 2011 2014 Arkansas
94.DeMarcus Cousins 555 2010 2010 Kentucky
95.Kourtney Roberson 553 2011 2014 Texas A&M
96.Fred Thomas 552 2013 2014 Mississippi State
97.Roquez Johnson 552 2012 2014 Mississippi State
98.Anthony Davis 550 2012 2012 Kentucky
99.Skylar McBee 544 2010 2013 Tennessee
100.Josh Wallace 539 2010 2013 Auburn
101.Ramon Galloway 534 2010 2013 South Carolina
102.DeWayne Reed 529 2007 2010 Auburn
103.James Young 527 2014 2014 Kentucky
104.Fabyon Harris 526 2013 2014 Texas A&M
105.Dai-Jon Parker 524 2012 2014 Vanderbilt
106.Bradley Beal 522 2012 2012 Florida
107.Michael Qualls 521 2013 2014 Arkansas
108.Colin Borchert 517 2013 2014 Mississippi State
109.Aaron Harrison 505 2014 2014 Kentucky
110.Mikhail Torrance 505 2007 2010 Alabama
111.Elston Turner 503 2009 2013 Texas A&M
112.Willie Cauley-Stein 498 2013 2014 Kentucky
113.Kenny Hall 498 2010 2013 Tennessee
114.Patrick Patterson 498 2008 2010 Kentucky
115.Michael Kidd-Gilchrist 497 2012 2012 Kentucky
116.K.T. Harrell 497 2011 2014 Auburn
117.Kyle Wiltjer 496 2012 2013 Kentucky
118.Senario Hillman 496 2008 2011 Alabama
119.Tasmin Mitchell 496 2006 2010 Louisiana State
120.Renardo Sidney 490 2011 2012 Mississippi State
121.Phil Pressey 489 2011 2013 Missouri
122.Terrico White 487 2009 2010 Mississippi
123.Marcus Thornton 485 2011 2014 Georgia
124.Jeremy Price 483 2008 2011 Georgia
125.Arnett Moultrie 479 2009 2012 Mississippi State