Jean-Gilles previously was named an All-American by the America Football Coaches Association and the Walter Camp Football Foundation. He also was a unanimous All-Southeastern Conference selection. Jean-Gilles, a senior from Miami, Fla., anchors an offensive line that has rolled up 382 yards and 29.1 points per game this year. With Jean-Gilles leading the way, the Bulldogs have rushed for 157 yards per game and the line has allowed only 20 sacks.
Coutu, a sophomore from Lawrenceville, leads the SEC in scoring with 109 points. He is 40-of-40 on extra points and 23-of-29 on field goals. Pope, a junior from Americus, leads the Bulldogs in receiving yards with 491 and ranks second with 33 catches. He also has hauled in three touchdown passes.
Moses, a junior from Athens, leads the Bulldogs with 10.5 sacks and 19.5 tackles for loss. He has 42 total tackles and two fumble recoveries.
Jean-Gilles, Coutu, Moses and Pope will lead the Bulldogs against West Virginia in the Nokia Sugar Bowl on Jan. 2 in Atlanta.