Our final Southeastern 14 SEC baseball pitcher rankings of 2021

 Chris Lee   in Baseball

Here are the 14 best pitching seasons of 2021 in the Southeastern Conference.

ERA and inning pitched for each pitcher listed for all games.

1. Kevin Kopps, Arkansas (0.90 ERA, 89.2 IP): Allowed just 0.77 runners per inning, the best on this list.

2. Jack Leiter, Vanderbilt (2.13, 110): Gave up 14 home runs, but just 14 doubles, no triples and 45 singles.

3. Kumar Rocker, Vanderbilt (2.73, 122): 1.6% home run rate ranks third on this list.

4. Doug Nikhazy, Ole Miss (2.45, 92): The SEC's best lefty of 2021.

5. Landon Sims, MSU (1.44, 56.1 IP): Five wins, 12 saves and a whole lot of clutch, shut-down innings. 

6. Landon Marceaux, LSU (2.54, 102.2): 26% ground-ball rate was second-best on this list behind Kopps (27%).

7. Patrick Wicklander, Arkansas (2.09, 77.2): 1.70 ERA in 53 league innings.

8. Will Bednar, MSU (3.34, 92.1): Named Most Outstanding Player of the 2021 College World Series. 

9. Nick Maldonado, Vanderbilt (2.31, 50.2): Walked just seven men all season. 

10. Brett Kerry, South Carolina (2.15, 54.1): 5% free pass rate is the best on this list.

11. Chase Lee, Alabama (1.33, 40.2): Side-armer won seven, saved seven for 'Bama.

12. Gunnar Hoglund, Ole Miss (2.87, 62.2): It's a different year for the Rebels if he stays healthy.

13. Sean Hunley, Tennessee (3.36, 72.1): Faltered in the postseason, but was a great, high-volume reliever the rest of the year.

14. Blade Tidwell, Tennessee (3.74, 98.2): The SEC's best freshman pitcher of 2021.