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Southeastern Conference Career Leaders and Records for Steals

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 2014-15 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 1997-98

Rank Player STL From To Last School
1.Devan Downey 277 2006 2010 South Carolina
2.Chuck Eidson 272 2000 2003 South Carolina
3.Trevor Releford 263 2011 2014 Alabama
4.Sundiata Gaines 259 2005 2008 Georgia
5.Torris Bright 245 2000 2003 Louisiana State
6.T.J. Cleveland 226 1999 2002 Arkansas
7.Darrel Mitchell 219 2003 2006 Louisiana State
8.Ronnie Brewer 216 2004 2006 Arkansas
 Anthony Hickey 216 2012 2015 Louisiana State
10.Vincent Yarbrough 211 1999 2002 Tennessee
11.DeWayne Reed 210 2007 2010 Auburn
 Quantez Robertson 210 2006 2009 Auburn
13.Marquis Daniels 208 2000 2003 Auburn
14.Derrick Zimmerman 205 2000 2003 Mississippi State
15.Cliff Hawkins 198 2001 2004 Kentucky
 Brett Nelson 198 2000 2003 Florida
 C.J. Watson 198 2003 2006 Tennessee
18.Murphy Holloway 194 2009 2013 Mississippi
19.Dee Bost 193 2009 2012 Mississippi State
 Chris Lofton 193 2005 2008 Tennessee
21.Garrett Temple 191 2006 2009 Louisiana State
22.Tasmin Mitchell 190 2006 2010 Louisiana State
 Frankie Sullivan 190 2009 2013 Auburn
24.Alex Caruso 185 2013 2015 Texas A&M
25.JaJuan Smith 183 2005 2008 Tennessee
26.James Strong 182 1998 2000 Vanderbilt
27.Levi Stukes 179 2004 2007 Georgia
28.Brandon Dean 177 1999 2002 Arkansas
29.Corey Brewer 176 2005 2007 Florida
 Senario Hillman 176 2008 2011 Alabama
31.Eric Ferguson 172 2003 2006 Arkansas
 Jason Harrison 172 1999 2002 Mississippi
33.Chuck Hayes 170 2002 2005 Kentucky
34.Russell Lakey 169 2001 2004 Vanderbilt
 Rashad Wright 169 2001 2004 Georgia
36.Chris Daniels 167 2001 2004 Georgia
 Scottie Wilbekin 167 2011 2014 Florida
38.Justin Hamilton 164 2000 2003 Florida
39.Dane Bradshaw 162 2004 2007 Tennessee
 Atiba Prater 162 1998 2000 Vanderbilt
 Barry Stewart 162 2007 2010 Mississippi State
42.Timmy Bowers 161 2001 2004 Mississippi State
43.Erving Walker 159 2009 2012 Florida
44.Antoine Pettway 158 2001 2004 Alabama
45.Earnest Ross 157 2010 2014 Missouri
46.Gerald Fitch 156 2001 2004 Kentucky
 Rajon Rondo 156 2005 2006 Kentucky
48.Keith Bogans 154 2000 2003 Kentucky
 Jermaine Williams 154 1999 2002 Louisiana State
50.Walter Hodge 153 2006 2009 Florida
 Mardracus Wade 153 2011 2014 Arkansas
52.Saul Smith 152 1998 2001 Kentucky
53.Gary Ervin 150 2004 2008 Arkansas
54.Alonzo Gee 149 2006 2009 Alabama
 Kenyan Weaks 149 1998 2000 Florida
56.Rahim Lockhart 148 1998 2001 Mississippi
57.Winsome Frazier 147 2002 2005 Mississippi State
 Frank Tolbert 147 2005 2008 Auburn
59.Jeffery Taylor 146 2009 2012 Vanderbilt
60.Tony Harris 145 1998 2001 Tennessee
61.Craig Sword 144 2013 2015 Mississippi State
62.Tarence Kinsey 143 2003 2006 South Carolina
63.Carlos Powell 141 2002 2005 South Carolina
 Levi Randolph 141 2012 2015 Alabama
65.Antonio Hudson 140 2002 2005 Louisiana State
66.Jason Holwerda 138 2002 2005 Vanderbilt
 Josh Richardson 138 2012 2015 Tennessee
68.Aaron Lucas 137 1999 2002 South Carolina
69.Dan Werner 136 2007 2010 Florida
70.Aaron Harper 133 2001 2004 Mississippi
71.Rolando Howell 132 2001 2004 South Carolina
72.Jon Higgins 130 2000 2003 Tennessee
 J.P. Prince 130 2006 2010 Tennessee
 Andre Stringer 130 2011 2014 Louisiana State
75.Chandler Parsons 129 2008 2011 Florida
76.Jermaine Beal 128 2007 2010 Vanderbilt
 Kenny Boynton 128 2010 2013 Florida
78.Brian Beshara 126 1999 2001 Louisiana State
 Nick Calathes 126 2008 2009 Florida
80.JaMychal Green 125 2009 2012 Alabama
 Matt Walsh 125 2003 2005 Florida
 Chris Warren 125 2008 2011 Mississippi
 Brent Wright 125 1998 2001 Florida
84.Taurean Green 124 2005 2007 Florida
 Chris Walker 124 1998 2000 Arkansas
86.Renaldo Balkman 123 2004 2006 South Carolina
 Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 123 2012 2013 Georgia
 Billy Humphrey 123 2006 2010 Georgia
 Tre Kelley 123 2004 2007 South Carolina
 Justin Reed 123 2001 2004 Mississippi
91.Doc Robinson 122 1998 2000 Auburn
92.Wayne Chism 121 2007 2010 Tennessee
 Tony Mitchell 121 2010 2012 Alabama
 Mario Moore 121 2003 2006 Vanderbilt
 Jason Smith 121 1998 1999 Mississippi
96.Bryant Smith 120 1998 1999 Auburn
 Brandon Wallace 120 2004 2007 South Carolina
98.Lakeem Jackson 119 2010 2013 South Carolina
 Wayne Turner 119 1996 1999 Kentucky
 Josh Wallace 119 2010 2013 Auburn
 Dustin Ware 119 2009 2012 Georgia
 Ezra Williams 119 2001 2003 Georgia
103.Jamont Gordon 118 2006 2008 Mississippi State
 Julysses Nobles 118 2010 2014 Arkansas
 Kareem Reid 118 1998 1999 Arkansas
 Nathan Watson 118 2002 2005 Auburn
107.Ramel Bradley 117 2005 2008 Kentucky
 Allen Payne 117 2011 2014 Auburn
 Jarvis Summers 117 2012 2015 Mississippi
 Will Yeguete 117 2011 2014 Florida
111.Teddy Dupay 116 1999 2001 Florida
 Scott Pohlman 116 1998 2001 Auburn
 Chris Porter 116 1999 2000 Auburn
114.Michael Boynton 115 2001 2004 South Carolina
115.Todd Abernethy 114 2004 2007 Mississippi
 Darius Miller 114 2009 2012 Kentucky
 Storm Warren 114 2009 2012 Louisiana State
118.Rasheem Barrett 113 2006 2009 Auburn
 David Lee 113 2002 2005 Florida
 Eniel Polynice 113 2007 2011 Mississippi
 Earnest Shelton 113 2002 2005 Alabama
 Phil Turner 113 2008 2010 Mississippi State
123.Dominique Archie 112 2007 2010 South Carolina
 Ronald Steele 112 2005 2009 Alabama
125.Willie Cauley-Stein 110 2013 2015 Kentucky
 Tayshaun Prince 110 1999 2002 Kentucky
 Collis Temple 110 2000 2003 Louisiana State