Kevin Brockway's SEC Power Ratings

Florida point guard Scottie Wilbekin is making a case to be the SEC's Player of the Year.

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Published: Wednesday, February 19, 2014 at 6:01 a.m.
Last Modified: Thursday, February 20, 2014 at 1:14 a.m.

1. Florida: Scottie Wilbekin making case for SEC Player of the Year.

2. Kentucky: Loss at Rupp to Florida just third in last 84 home games.

3. Tennessee: Georgia win snapped two-game losing skid.

4. Missouri: Starting to play to its potential.

5. LSU: Can't be taken seriously until it wins more on the road.

6. Georgia: Has benefited from imbalanced league schedule.

7. Ole Miss: Failed to get needed statement win against Kentucky.

8. Arkansas: Making late push for NCAA bid, maybe too late.

9. Vanderbilt: Wearing down after promising league start.

10. Texas A&M: Wondering if coach Billy Kennedy will survive this season.

11. Alabama: Forward Nick Jacobs suspended indefinitely for disciplinary reasons.

12. Auburn: Denson, Harrell and pray for points.

13. Mississippi State: There's always baseball season to look forward to.

14. South Carolina: Ditto Mississippi State.

SEC power ratings are through Tuesday night's games.

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