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Quarterbacks and Inside Linebackers will be the center of attention at SEC Media Days

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SEC Media Days are less than a week away and today it was announced what student-athletes would be representing their schools in Hoover next week. There’s a ton of high quality football players and future NFL stars listed below.

2019 Football Media Days Student-Athlete Attendees

Alabama
Jerry Jeudy, WR, Jr.
Dylan Moses, LB, Jr.
Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Jr.

Arkansas
McTelvin Agim, DL, Sr.
De’Jon Harris, LB, Sr.
Devwah Whaley, RB, Sr.

Auburn
Derrick Brown, DT, Sr.
Marlon Davidson, DE, Sr.
Prince Tega Wanogho, OL, Sr.

Florida
Feleipe Franks, QB, Jr.
Lamical Perine, RB, Sr.
Jabari Zuniga, DL, Sr.

Georgia
Jake Fromm, QB, Jr.
J.R. Reed, DB, Sr.
Andrew Thomas, OL, Jr.

Kentucky
Lynn Bowden Jr., ATH, Jr.
Kash Daniel, LB, Sr.
Logan Stenberg, OL, Sr.

LSU
Joe Burrow, QB, Sr.
Grant Delpit, DB, Jr.
Lloyd Cushenberry, C, Jr.

Ole Miss
Matt Corral, QB, Fr.
Alex Givens, OL, Sr.
MoMo Sanogo, LB, Jr.

Mississippi State
Farrod Green, TE, Sr.
Erroll Thompson, LB, Jr.
Darryl Williams, C, Sr.

Missouri
Kelly Bryant, QB, Sr.
Cale Garrett, LB, Sr.
DeMarkus Acy, CB, Sr.

South Carolina
Jake Bentley, QB, Sr.
T.J. Brunson, LB, Sr.
Bryan Edwards, WR, Sr.

Tennessee
Daniel Bituli, LB, Sr.
Jarrett Guarantano, QB, Jr.
Darrell Taylor, LB, Sr.

Texas A&M
Kellen Mond, QB, Jr.
Justin Madubuike, DL, Jr.
Braden Mann, P, Sr.

Vanderbilt
Kalija Lipscomb, WR, Sr.
Jared Pinkney, TE, Sr.
Ke’Shawn Vaughn, RB, Sr.

Over 1,000 media members will be there for the four-day extravaganza that will begin with commissioner Greg Sankey’s comments on Monday morning. We will hear from all 14 head coaches in addition to the 42 players in attendance. It’s officially talkin’ season, but this year there is a distinct flavor among the players in participation

Over 40 percent of the athletes contributing to SEC Media Days play either quarterback or inside linebacker. After a year full of top notch defensive line play, it appears the strength of the league is taking a shift this season. Nine of the starting quarterbacks will be there to go with eight starting inside linebackers. This will be the most quarterbacks in attendance since 2013 and all the familiar faces you expect will be fielding questions. Tua Tagovailoa and Jake Fromm will draw big crowds, but there are other proven commodities such as Jake Bentley, Joe Burrow, and Feleipe Franks. There even will be some surprising faces with Mizzou bringing grad transfer Kelly Bryant and Ole Miss having redshirt freshman Matt Corral in attendance.

On the other side of the football, Kash Daniel will represent Kentucky, and it will be must see television, but there are a bunch of other players that play his same position. Alabama’s Dylan Moses is a near lock to be a first-round selection in the 2020 NFL Draft, Arkansas’ De’Jon Harris, Mizzou’s Cale Garrett, Ole Miss’ Momo Sonogo and South Carolina’s T.J. Brunson all recorded over 100 tackles last season. This position is stacked and a lot of good players will be left off some All-SEC teams.

Those position groups will be the main focus, but there are plenty of other high quality players. LSU safety Grant Delpit and Alabama wide receiver Jerry Jeudy both have a case to be made as the best player in college football. UK’s Lynn Bowden, Jr. is one of the most electric players in college ball and Georgia left tackle Andrew Thomas is projected as a top-10 pick. Jimbo Fisher is even bringing a punter to the party.

All the events and craziness begin on Monday and our own Nick Roush will have boots on the ground to keep you updated. Labor Day weekend is almost here.

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Article written by Adam Luckett

Twitter: @AdamLuckettKSR