The Southeastern Conference announced the full list of players who will attend the 2018 SEC Media Days in Atlanta next week. The 42 players and 14 conference coaches will participate in the conference’s first media days held at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta.
Below are the players from each school who will attend:
Alabama: Damien Harris, running back; Anfernee Jennings, linebacker; Ross Pierschbacher, center
Arkansas: Hjalte Froholdt, offensive lineman; Dre Greenlaw, linebacker; Santos Ramirez, safety
Auburn: Jarrett Stidham, quarterback; Deshaun Davis, linebacker; Dontavius Russell, defensive lineman
Florida: David Reese II, linebacker; Martez Ivey, offensive lineman; Cece Jefferson, defensive lineman
Georgia: Terry Godwin, wide receiver; Jonathan Ledbetter, defensive lineman; J.R. Reed, safety
Kentucky: Josh Allen, linebacker; C.J. Conrad, tight end; Benny Snell, running back
LSU: Foster Moreau, tight end; Rashard Lawrence, defensive end; Devin White, linebacker
Ole Miss: Josiah Coatney, defensive tackle; Sean Rawlings, center; Jordan Ta'amu, quarterback
Mississippi State: Nick Fitzgerald, quarterback; Gerri Green, defensive end; Mark McLaurin, safety
Missouri: Drew Lock, quarterback; Terry Beckner, defensive lineman; Terez Hall, linebacker
South Carolina: Jake Bentley, quarterback; Deebo Samuel, wide receiver; D.J. Wonnum, defensive lineman
Tennessee: Kyle Phillips, defensive lineman; Marquez Callaway, wide receiver; Eli Wolf, tight end
Texas A&M: Kingsley Keke, defensive lineman; Erik McCoy, offensive lineman; Trayveon William, running back
Vanderbilt: Kyle Shurmer, quarterback; Justin Skule, offensive tackle; LaDarius Wiley, safety
Texas A&M, Kentucky and LSU will have their turns Monday; Georgia, Ole Miss, Arkansas and Florida Tuesday; Mississippi State, Tennessee, Alabama and Missouri Wednesday; and Auburn, Vanderbilt and South Carolina Thursday.
SEC Media Days will begin with conference commissioner Greg Sankey on Monday.