SEC Media Days start next Tuesday in Birmingham and we know now the players that will represent the 14 schools. Each School will bring 3 players to the Hyatt Regency-Wynfrey Hotel. Here's the list:
AlabamaSenior, QB, AJ McCarronSenior, LB, C.J. MosleySenior, OL, Anthony SteenArkansasSenior, DE, Chris SmithSenior, C, Travis SwansonSenior, FB, Kiero SmallAuburnSenior, CB, Chris DavisSenior, DE, Dee FordSenior, FB, Jay ProschFloridaJunior, QB, Jeff DriskelSenior, DL, Dominique EasleySenior, OL, Jon HalapioGeorgiaSenior, TE, Arthur LynchSenior, QB, Aaron MurraySenior, DE, Garrison SmithKentuckySenior, DT, Donte RumphSenior, RB, Raymond SandersSenior, LB, Avery WilliamsonLSUJunior, WR, Jarvis LandrySenior, S, Craig LostonSenior, QB, Zach MettenbergerOle MissJunior, WR, Donte MoncriefSenior, LB, Mike MarryJunior, QB, Bo WallaceMississippi StateJunior, DL, Kaleb EullsSophomore, LB, Benardrick McKinneySenior, QB, Tyler RussellMissouriSenior, QB, James FranklinSenior, WR, L'Damian WashingtonSenior, LB, Andrew WilsonSouth CarolinaJunior, DE, Jadeveon ClowneyJunior, WR/KR, Bruce EllingtonSenior, QB, Connor ShawTennesseeJunior, OL, Antonio RichardsonSenior, OL, Ja'Wuan JamesSenior, DL, Jacques SmithTexas A&MSenior, DB, Toney Hurd, Jr.Sophomore, QB, Johnny ManzielSenior, OT, Jake MatthewsVanderbiltSenior, CB, Andre HalSenior, OT, Wesley JohnsonSenior, WR, Jordan Matthews
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With offenses becoming increasingly explosive, plugging the holes is more imperative than ever. It's no surprise Alabama and Florida top the list, but the rest of the rankings may surprise you.
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