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SEC Media Days Student-Athlete Roster Announced

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Three student-athletes and the head coach of each of the 14 Southeastern Conference football programs will participate in SEC Football Media Days, July 16-18, at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham - The Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, Ala.  

Commissioner Mike Slive will open Media Days at approx. 12:30 p.m. CT.  Florida, Missouri, Ole Miss and South Carolina are on Tuesday, followed by Texas A&M, Kentucky, Mississippi State, Tennessee, Auburn and Arkansas on Wednesday and LSU, Georgia, Alabama and Vanderbilt on Thursday. SEC Coordinator of Football Officials Steve Shaw will also speak on Wednesday.
 

The list of the student-athletes participating in SEC Football Media Days is below.

2013 SEC FOOTBALL MEDIA DAYS PARTICIPATING STUDENT-ATHLETES

Alabama
Senior, QB, AJ McCarron
Senior, LB, C.J. Mosley
Senior, OL, Anthony Steen

Arkansas
Senior, DE, Chris Smith
Senior, C, Travis Swanson
Senior, FB, Kiero Small

Auburn
Senior, CB, Chris Davis
Senior, DE, Dee Ford
Senior, FB, Jay Prosch

Florida
Junior, QB, Jeff Driskel
Senior, DL, Dominique Easley
Senior, OL, Jon Halapio

Georgia
Senior, TE, Arthur Lynch
Senior, QB, Aaron Murray
Senior, DE, Garrison Smith

Kentucky
Senior, DT, Donte Rumph
Senior, RB, Raymond Sanders
Senior, LB, Avery Williamson

LSU
Junior, WR, Jarvis Landry
Senior, S, Craig Loston
Senior, QB, Zach Mettenberger

Ole Miss
Junior, WR, Donte Moncrief
Senior, LB, Mike Marry
Junior, QB, Bo Wallace

Mississippi State
Junior, DL, Kaleb Eulls
Sophomore, LB, Benardrick McKinney
Senior, QB, Tyler Russell

Missouri
Senior, QB, James Franklin
Senior, WR, L'Damian Washington
Senior, LB, Andrew Wilson

South Carolina
Junior, DE, Jadeveon Clowney
Junior, WR/KR, Bruce Ellington
Senior, QB, Connor Shaw

Tennessee
Junior, OL, Antonio Richardson
Senior, OL, Ja'Wuan James
Senior, DL, Jacques Smith

Texas A&M
Senior, DB, Toney Hurd, Jr.
Sophomore, QB, Johnny Manziel
Senior, OT, Jake Matthews

Vanderbilt
Senior, CB, Andre Hal
Senior, OT, Wesley Johnson
Senior, WR, Jordan Matthews

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