SEC MD17 2: Question of the Day

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Vanderbilt running back Ralph Webb speaks Tuesday during SEC Media Days at the Hyatt Regency - Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, Ala. [Staff Photo/Gary Cosby Jr.]

Who is the toughest player in the SEC to face?

Georgia running back Sony Michel: “There’s some great players. (Alabama wide receiver) Calvin Ridley, I like his game. (LSU running back) Derrius Guice, I like his game. There are just so many, man.”

Vanderbilt running back Ralph Webb: “Oh man, can I get back to you? There’s just so many. The defensive end from Tennessee, (Derek) Barnett. Jarrad Davis, linebacker from Florida, he’s a great guy. (Former Gators safeties) Keanu Neal, Marcus Maye. I’ve faced a lot of great guys, SEC football and it doesn’t get any better than that.”

Mississippi State wide receiver Donald Gray: “I can’t say. All of them. Every SEC team we play brings different schemes, different things to the table. So my job as a receiver is to match what they bring. There’s a lot of really talented defensive backs in this country that I can’t point one out and say one is better than another, because this is the toughest conference in America.”