Ole Miss kicker Bryson Rose was one of three special teams players honored by the SEC on Monday.
Rose, a senior from Raleigh, N.C., shared the award with Tennessee’s Cordarrelle Patterson and Arkansas kicker Zach Hocker.
Rose hit both of his field goal attempts – from 39 and 28 yards – as well as all five PATs and recorded three touchbacks in the Rebels’ 41-20 win over Auburn.
After missing his first four field goal attempts of the season, Rose has hit three straight and seven of his last eight.
Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace was mentioned among the league’s other top performers. Wallace became the first player in school history to record a receiving touchdown, rushing touchdown and passing touchdown in one game.