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SEC Media Days 2023: Dates Announced for Four-Day Event in Nashville, When Coaches and Teams Will Speak

The SEC Media Days event for the 2023 college football season has been scheduled, set to take place in Nashville. The conference’s head coaches and three players from each team will attend the four-day event at the Nashville Grand Hyatt to represent their respective programs.

During the event, five quarterbacks will be in attendance: K.J. Jefferson from Arkansas, Jayden Daniels from LSU, Will Rogers from Mississippi State, Spencer Rattler from South Carolina, and Joe Milton III from Tennessee. Notably, Bryce Young from Alabama and Stetson Bennett IV from Georgia, two of the conference’s star quarterbacks, have moved on to the NFL.

Additionally, two top running backs, Quinshon Judkins from Ole Miss and Raheim Sanders from Arkansas, will also be present at the event.

Below is the schedule for each day of the SEC Media Days with the participating coaches and players:

Monday, July 17

Commissioner Greg Sankey
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, WR Will Sheppard

Wednesday, July 19

Alabama — Nick Saban | OL JC Latham, DB Kool-Aid McKinstry, LB Dallas Turner
Arkansas — Sam Pittman | DE Landon Jackson, QB KJ Jefferson, RB Raheim Sanders
Florida — Billy Napier | OL Kingsley Eguakun, DB Jason Marshall Jr., WR Ricky Pearsall
Kentucky — Mark Stoops | OL Eli Cox, DL Octavious Oxendine, LB J.J. Weaver

Thursday, July 20

Ole Miss — Lane Kiffin | DE Cedric Johnson, RB Quinshon Judkins, CB Deantre Prince
South Carolina – Shane Beamer | DL Tonka Hemingway, P Kai Kroeger, QB Spencer Rattler
Tennessee — Josh Heupel | QB Joe Milton III, DL Omari Thomas, TE Jacob Warren

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