Full 2022 SEC Media Day Schedule, Players in Attendance

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    The SEC Media Days event is almost here. And with that event now on the imminent radar, it can only mean one thing – college football is right around the corner.

    The 2022 SEC Media Days event will take place in Birmingham, Alabama from July 18-21. Each program’s head coach will visit with the media on one respective day and will bring along three student-athlete representatives from the program.

    Tennessee will send Josh Heupel, DB Trevon Flowers, QB Hendon Hooker, and WR Cedric Tillman to Alabama next week.

    Below is a full team schedule for SEC Media Days and a list of which student-athletes will be representing each program at the event.

    Stay tuned to Rocky Top Insider next week for complete coverage on all things Tennessee in Birmingham.

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    SEC Media Days 2022 Team Schedule (All times Eastern Standard Time)

    Monday, July 18

    • 11:30 a.m. – 2:25 p.m.
      • Commissioner Greg Sankey
      • LSU – Brian Kelly & players
    • 2:00 p.m. – 5:45 p.m.
      • Ole Miss – Lane Kiffin & players
      • Missouri – Eli Drinkwitz & players

    Tuesday, July 19

    • 9:05 a.m. – 12:20 p.m.
      • Alabama – Nick Saban & players
      • Vanderbilt – Clark Lea & players
    • 1:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
      • Mississippi State – Mike Leach & players
      • South Carolina – Shane Beamer & players

    Wednesday, July 20

    • 9:05 a.m. – 12:20 p.m.
      • Arkansas – Sam Pittman & players
      • Georgia – Kirby Smart & players
    • 1:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
      • Florida – Billy Napier & players
      • Kentucky – Mark Stoops & players

    Thursday, July 21

    • 9:05 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
      • Auburn – Bryan Harsin & players
      • Tennessee – Josh Heupel & players
      • Texas A&M – Jimbo Fisher & players

    Student Representatives

    Alabama

    • Will Anderson Jr., LB, Junior
    • Jordan Battle, DB, Senior
    • Bryce Young, QB, Junior

    Arkansas

    • Jalen Catalon, S, Junior
    • KJ Jefferson, QB, Junior
    • Bumper Pool, LB, Senior

    Auburn

    • Tank Bigsby, RB, Junior
    • Derick Hall, Edge, Senior
    • John Samuel Shenker, TE, Senior

    Florida

    • Anthony Richardson, QB, Sophomore
    • Richard Gouraige, OL, Junior
    • Ventrell Miller, LB, Senior

    Georgia

    • Stetson Bennett, QB, Senior
    • Nolan Smith, LB, Senior
    • Sedrick Van Pran, OL, Sophomore

    Kentucky

    • Will Levis, QB, Senior
    • Kenneth Horsey, OG, Senior
    • DeAndre Square, ILB, Senior

    LSU

    • Jack Bech, WR, Sophomore
    • Mike Jones, Jr., LB, Junior
    • BJ Ojulari, DE, Junior

    Ole Miss

    • Nick Broeker, OL, Senior
    • Cedric Johnson, DE, Junior
    • Jonathan Mingo, WR, Senior

    Mississippi State

    • Jaden Crumedy, DT, Graduate Senior
    • Nathaniel Watson, LB, Graduate Senior
    • Austin Williams, WR, Graduate Senior

    Missouri

    • Barrett Banister, WR, Graduate Senior
    • Martez Manuel, DB, Senior
    • Isaiah McGuire, DL, Senior

    South Carolina

    • Jovaughn Gwyn, OL, Senior
    • Dakereon Joyner, WR, Senior
    • Zacch Pickens, DL, Senior

    Tennessee

    • Trevon Flowers, S, Senior
    • Hendon Hooker, QB, Graduate Senior
    • Cedric Tillman, WR, Graduate Senior

    Texas A&M

    • Demani Richardson, DB, Senior
    • Layden Robinson, OL, Junior
    • Ainias Smith, WR/AP, Senior

    Vanderbilt

    • Ben Bresnahan, TE, Graduate Senior
    • Anfernee Orji, LB, Senior
    • Mike Wright, QB, Junior
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