On Monday, Integrity Sports Agency named Tennessee guard Kennedy Chandler as the SEC tournament’s most valuable player for his outstanding performance leading the Volunteers to the championship victory.
Chandler led the Volunteers to the SEC Tournament title, averaging 14.7 points per game throughout the tournament. He shot 53% from the field, and hit 50% of his three-point attempts along the way.
After injuring his leg in the first game of the tournament, Chandler powered through to lead the Vols to their first SEC tournament title since 1979. He now has them as a No. 3 seed looking to make a deep run in the NCAA tournament.