Trevathan was named a first-team All-American as a linebacker, while also receiving first-team All-SEC honors as well. The native of Leesburg, Fla., was also chosen as the fifth-best player in the conference by the website. Trevathan is having another outstanding season for Kentucky with 72 tackles through six games, which leads the SEC and ranks sixth in the nation. Against South Carolina, Trevathan became only the 18th player in school history to join the 300-tackle club.
Guy was also given a lot of praise by the website, as the native of Lexington, Ky., was chosen as a second-team All-American as a defensive back. Guy was also voted to the All-SEC first team and picked as the seventh-best overall player in the conference. Guy has played extremely well for Kentucky this season, ranking second in the SEC and tied for eighth in the nation with 67 tackles. Guy leads Kentucky in tackles for loss with 8.5 and interceptions with two.
Kentucky is coming off its lone bye week of the year. The Wildcats will play their final non-conference contest of the year on Saturday when they host Jacksonville State at Noon ET at Commonwealth Stadium.