Talking season is upon us, which means that the whirlwind known as SEC Media Days will once again serve as one of the primary kickoff events in the lead-up to the 2023 college football season. The four-day event, which kicks off on July 17 inside the Nashville Grand Hyatt, will feature all 14 conference head coaches and three players per team representing their respective program. We already know when the coaches will be speaking, but on Monday, those player representatives were announced by the league.
Five quarterbacks will make the rounds next week: Arkansas dual-threat star K.J. Jefferson, LSU Heisman Trophy hopeful Jayden Daniels, Mississippi State veteran Will Rogers, South Carolina signal-caller Spencer Rattler and Tennessee’s Joe Milton III. This comes after two of the conference’s biggest star quarterbacks — Alabama’s Bryce Young and Georgia’s Stetson Bennett IV — moved on to the NFL.
The list of players also includes two of the leagues top running backs: Ole Miss’ Quinshon Judkins and Arkansas’ Raheim Sanders.
Below is the full list of participants who will make the rounds at SEC Media Days, which take place from July-17-20 in Nashville.
Monday, July 17
LSU — Brian Kelly | QB Jayden Daniels, RB Josh Williams, DT Mekhi Wingo
Missouri— Eli Drinkwitz | DB Kris Abrams-Draine, OL Javon Foster, DL Darius Robinson
Texas A&M– Jimbo Fisher | DL Fadil Diggs, DL McKinnley Jackson, WR Ainias Smith
Tuesday, July 18
Auburn — Hugh Freeze | TE Luke Deal, LB Elijah McAllister, OL Kameron Stutts
Georgia — Kirby Smart | TE Brock Bowers, DB Kamari Lassiter, OL Sedrick Van Pran
Mississippi State — Zach Arnett | DT Jaden Crumedy, RB Jo’quavious Marks, QB Will Rogers
Vanderbilt — Clark Lea | LB Ethan Barr, S Jaylen Mahoney,…