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SEC Media Days: Handful of familiar names but time for new star players to rise

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The SEC gets the conference media day circuit kick started on Monday with the opening of a four-day media event for the ages. Over 1,000 members of the media will descend on Hoover, Alabama for the SEC Media Days. Not only will all of the coaches from the conference be in attendance, but each school will be bringing three players to meet the media.

This should be an interesting season for the SEC. Some of the biggest names from around the conference the past couple of seasons have moved on, but there are still plenty of recognizable names in the line-up. Alabama wide receivers Amari Cooper and Christion Jones, Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall, Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel and Georgia running back Todd Gurley are among the names most fans will be most familiar with next week, but each player will get a chance to shine in front of microphones and audio recorders and cameras.

Here is the full list of football players scheduled to appear at SEC Media Days, as well as which day each school will send their players and coaches through the media rounds.

Alabama (Thursday)
•Landon Collins, Safety
•Amari Cooper, Wide Receiver
•Christion Jones, Wide Receiver

Arkansas (Wednesday)
•Brey Cook, Offensive Guard
•Trey Flowers, Defensive End
•Alan Turner, Safety

Auburn (Monday)
•Nick Marshall, Quarterback
•Reese Dismukes, Center
•Gabe Wright, Defensive Linemen

Florida (Monday)
•Jeff Driskel , Quarterback
•Dante Fowler, Defensive End
•Vernon Hargreaves III, Cornerback

Georgia (Thursday)
Chris Conley, Flanker
•Todd Gurley, Tailback
•Ramik Wilson, Linebacker

Kentucky (Thursday)
•Bud Dupree, Defensive End
•Jordan Swindle, Offensive Tackle
•Za’Darius Smith, Defensive End

LSU (Wednesday)
•La’el Collins, Offensive Tackle
Terrence Magee, Running Back
•D.J. Welter, Linebacker

Ole Miss (Thursday)
•CJ Johnson, Defensive End
•Cody Prewitt, Safety
Bo Wallace, Quarterback

Mississippi State (Tuesday)
•Jay Hughes, Safety
•Benardrick McKinney, Linebacker
Dak Prescott, Quarterback

Missouri (Wednesday)
•Evan Boehm, Center
•Markus Golden, Defensive End
Maty Mauk, Quarterback

South Carolina (Tuesday)
•A.J. Cann, Offensive Guard
•J.T. Surratt, Defensive Tackle
Dylan Thompson, Quarterback

Tennessee (Tuesday)
•Mack Crowder, Offensive Line
•AJ Johnson, Linebacker
•Curt Maggitt, Defensive End

Texas A&M (Tuesday)
•Deshazor Everett, Defensive Back
•Drew Kaser, Punter
•Cedric Ogbuehi, Offensive Tackle

Vanderbilt (Monday)
•Adam Butler, Defensive Line
•Steven Scheu, Tight End
•Andrew Williamson, Safety

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2 Responses to “SEC Media Days: Handful of familiar names but time for new star players to rise”
  1. dryzzt23 says: Jul 10, 2014 9:43 PM

    Yawn – who the hell cares?

  2. swampcannons says: Jul 11, 2014 5:00 PM

    Obviously you cared enough to comment fool.

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