Ranking every SEC starting point guard ahead of the 2024-25 season

Texas Longhorns head coach Rodney Terry reacts after a play.
Texas Longhorns head coach Rodney Terry reacts after a play. / Mikala Compton/American-Statesman / USA
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The SEC was a powerhouse conference in men’s and women’s college basketball during the 2023-24 season. 

The same should hold true during the upcoming year as the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners join the group.

With teams in title contention once again like Auburn and Alabama, alongside new challengers for the championship ring like Arkansas now led by John Calipari, the SEC is filled to the brim with talented players at every position.

The point guards in the conference are true floor generals and are some of the most efficient scorers and ball handlers in the league.

Texas, who will most likely be led down the court by Oregon State transfer guard Jordan Pope, is looking to rebrand themselves, not only as a part of the SEC but as a new team altogether.

Many expected starters for the Horns transferred out of head coach Rodney Terry’s program but he was able to pick up a few highly valuable players as well, such as Pope.

So, as the 2024 school year and season rapidly approach, where do Pope and the Horns stand amongst their conference opponents?

Here are all 16 projected SEC starting point guards ranked ahead of the 2024-25 season: