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If the buzz for SEC football in 2018 isn’t already through the roof, it’s time to take it up another notch. Kickoff is only six weeks away and the hype is about to get real at SEC Media Days.

For the first time ever, the annual event has left the Birmingham, Ala., area and moved to the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta from July 16-20.

Each school will have its head coach and three player representatives at the event, but some of the league’s biggest stars will not be in attendance.

Sorry, Alabama fans. Neither Jalen Hurts nor Tua Tagovailoa will be there for the defending national champions and likely preseason favorite to win the SEC. And sorry Georgia fans, neither quarterback Jake Fromm, who guided the Bulldogs to the title game, nor running back D’Andre Swift will be there, either.

There’s probably a few players missing, sure, but is your favorite making the trip to Atlanta?

Here is a list of all player representatives on the team’s schedule day:

Monday, July 16

Kentucky LB Josh Allen, TE C.J. Conrad, RB Benny Snell Jr.

LSU  TE Foster Moreau, DL Rashard Lawrence, LB Devin White

Texas A&M — DL Kingsley Keke, OL Erik McCoy, RB Trayveon Williams

Tuesday, July 17

Arkansas — OL Hjalte Froholdt, LB Dre Greenlaw, S Santos Ramirez

Florida — LB David Reese, OL Martez Ivey, DL CeCe Jefferson

Georgia — WR Terry Godwin, DE Jonathan Ledbetter, DB J.R. Reed

Ole Miss —  DT Josiah Coatney, C Sean Rawlings, QB Jordan Ta’amu

Wednesday, July 18

Alabama — RB Damien Harris, LB Anfernee Jennings, OL Ross Pierschbacher

Mississippi State — QB Nick Fitzgerald, DE Gerri Green, DB Mark McLaurin

Missouri — QB Drew Lock, DL Terry Beckner, LB Terez Hall

Tennessee — DL Kyle Phillips, WR Marquez Callaway, TE Eli Wolf

Thursday, July 19

Auburn — QB Jarrett Stidham, LB Deshaun Davis, DL Dontavius Russell

South Carolina — QB Jake Bentley, WR Deebo Samuel, DL D.J. Wonnum

Vanderbilt — QB Kyle Shurmur, OT Justin Skule, DB LaDarius Wiley

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With over 10 years of sports writing experience, Brett has covered some of the top local, regional, and national sporting events in the Heartland for both print and digital platforms. He is a graduate of Kansas State University and resides in Austin, Texas.
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