Franks, Perine, Zuniga to join Mullen at SEC Media Days

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Florida quarterback Feleipe Franks throws a pass during Saturday's practice at the Sanders Practice Fields on the UF campus. [Brad McClenny/The Gainesville Sun]

The 2019 SEC Football Media Days start next week and Gators coach Dan Mullen will be joined by quarterback Feleipe Franks, running back Lamical Perine and defensive lineman Jabari Zuniga.

The SEC office announced the full list of players attending the four-day media festival on Wednesday, which runs Monday through Thursday in Hoover, Ala. The Gators will attend the event Monday, July 15, along with LSU and Missouri.

This marks the first time since 2016 that Florida will appear on the first day at the event.

SEC Network and ESPN will once again be on site to bring SEC Media Days to a national audience.

A day after the conclusion of the 2019 Southeastern Conference Media Days (Friday, July 19), the media in Hoover, Ala. will predict their selections for All-SEC teams and reveal the how the 2019 standings will look at the end of the season.

Just seven times since 1992 has the predicted champion at SEC Media Days proceeded to win the SEC Championship.

2019 SEC FOOTBALL MEDIA DAYS SCHEDULE

Monday

  • Florida – Dan Mullen
  • LSU – Ed Orgeron
  • Missouri – Barry Odom

Tuesday

  • Georgia – Kirby Smart
  • Ole Miss – Matt Luke
  • Tennessee – Jeremy Pruitt
  • Texas A&M – Jimbo Fisher

Wednesday

  • Alabama – Nick Saban
  • Arkansas – Chad Morris
  • Miss. State – Joe Moorhead
  • South Carolina – Will Muschamp

Thursday, July 18

  • Auburn – Gus Malzahn
  • Kentucky – Mark Stoops
  • Vanderbilt – Derek Mason
  • Student-Athlete Attendees
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    Alabama
    Jerry Jeudy, WR, Jr.
    Dylan Moses, LB, Jr.
    Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Jr.

    Arkansas
    McTelvin Agim, DL, Sr.
    De’Jon Harris, LB, Sr.
    Devwah Whaley, RB, Sr.

    Auburn
    Derrick Brown, DT, Sr.
    Marlon Davidson, DE, Sr.
    Prince Tega Wanogho, OL, Sr.

    Georgia
    Jake Fromm, QB, Jr.
    J.R. Reed, DB, Sr.
    Andrew Thomas, OL, Jr.

    Kentucky
    Lynn Bowden Jr., ATH, Jr.
    Kash Daniel, LB, Sr.
    Logan Stenberg, OL, Sr.

    LSU
    Joe Burrow, QB, Sr.
    Grant Delpit, DB, Jr.
    Lloyd Cushenberry, C, Jr.

    Ole Miss
    Matt Corral, QB, Fr.
    Alex Givens, OL, Sr.
    MoMo Sanogo, LB, Jr.

    Mississippi State
    Farrod Green, TE, Sr.
    Erroll Thompson, LB, Jr.
    Darryl Williams, C, Sr.

    Missouri
    Kelly Bryant, QB, Sr.
    Cale Garrett, LB, Sr.
    DeMarkus Acy, CB, Sr.

    South Carolina
    Jake Bentley, QB, Sr.
    T.J. Brunson, LB, Sr.
    Bryan Edwards, WR, Sr.

    Tennessee
    Daniel Bituli, LB, Sr.
    Jarrett Guarantano, QB, Jr.
    Darrell Taylor, LB, Sr.

    Texas A&M
    Kellen Mond, QB, Jr.
    Justin Madubuike, DL, Jr.
    Braden Mann, P, Sr.

    Vanderbilt
    Kalija Lipscomb, WR, Sr.
    Jared Pinkney, TE, Sr.
    Ke’Shawn Vaughn, RB, Sr.

4 COMMENTS

  1. to be at the top, according to the new york yankees mental skills coach, a player must be socially dominant, intense, focused, and then have an extra option or two to beat the other players that also have a lot of the same traits. coaching gets you the plan, and you must execute the plan, accept the result can be a little random sometimes, and in doing so you can be the best. I like all 3 of our guys in this area. O line is shaky, but because franks can run, it wont be 2017 all over again. cant wait for the miami game to see if i am right.