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2018 SEC Media Days


The 2018 SEC Media Days will take place at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta, GA on July 16th -19th.

During the four-day SEC Media Days event, the Hall of Fame will be home to the coaches’ press conferences and serve as the live broadcast headquarters for both ESPN and the SEC Network.

As part of the week’s activities, participating media cast their votes to predict the SEC Champion and the order of finish for the coming season.  Only, six times in the last 25 seasons has the SEC Media Days predicted the eventually SEC Champion.

The 2018 SEC Media Days event will be the first time it will be held outside Birmingham, Alabama since 1985.

Prior to all the excitement of SEC Media Days, the SEC held the inaugural SEC Summerfest on Sunday, July 15th at Centennial Olympic Park from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. ET. The event was free and open to the public. The SEC Nation show was live from 6 pm to 8 pm ET.

This was the first-of-its-kind free fan event held in conjunction with the SEC’s annual football media days which made its first stop in Atlanta at the nearby College Football Hall of Fame and Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center.

Fans who attended SEC Summerfest had an opportunity to engage with fellow SEC fans in a family-friendly game day environment featuring the first SEC Nation broadcast of the 2018 football season. Other activities included live music, food trucks, interactives much more.


SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey addressing the media during Day 1 of SEC Media Days Photo Credit: FansFavoriteFan.com/Itoro N. Umontuen

Here is the schedule of the 2018 SEC Media Days Attendees

MONDAY, July 16th

Kentucky-Mark Stoops

Josh Allen, Sr., LB

C.J. Conrad, Sr., TE

Benny Snell Jr., Jr., RB

LSU – Ed Orgeron

Foster Moreau, Sr., TE

Rashard Lawrence DE, Jr., DE

Devin White, Jr., LB

Texas A&M – Jimbo Fisher

Kingsley Keke, Sr., DL

Erik McCoy, Jr., OL

Trayveon Williams, Jr., RB

TUESDAY, July 17th

Arkansas – Chad Morris

Hjalte Froholdt, Sr., OL

Dre Greenlaw, Sr., LB

Santos Ramirez, Sr., S

Florida – Dan Mullen

David Reese II, Jr., LB

Martez Ivey, Sr., OL

Cece Jefferson, Sr., DL

Georgia – Kirby Smart

Terry Godwin, Sr., WR

Jonathan Ledbetter, Sr., DE

J.R. Reed, Jr. DB

Ole Miss – Matt Luke

Josiah Coatney, Jr., DT

Sean Rawlings, Sr., C

Jordan Ta’amu, Sr., QB 

WEDNESDAY, July 18th

Alabama – Nick Saban

Damien Harris, Sr., RB

Anfernee Jennings, Jr., LB

Ross Pierschbacher, Sr., C

Mississippi State – Joe Moorhead

Nick Fitzgerald, Sr., QB

Gerri Green, Sr., DE

Mark McLaurin, Sr., S

Missouri – Barry Odom

Drew Lock, Sr., QB

Terry Beckner, Jr., Sr., DL

Terez Hall, Sr., LB

Tennessee – Jeremy Pruitt

Kyle Phillips, Sr., DL

Marquez Callaway, Jr., WR

Eli Wolf, Jr., TE 

THURSDAY, July 19th

Auburn – Gus Malzahn

Jarrett Stidham, Jr., QB

Deshaun Davis, Sr., LB

Dontavius Russell, Sr., DL

South Carolina – Will Muschamp

Jake Bentley, Jr., QB

Deebo Samuel, Sr., WR

D.J. Wonnum, Jr., DL

Vanderbilt – Derek Mason

Kyle Shurmur, Sr., QB

Justin Skule, Sr., OT

LaDarius Wiley, Sr., S

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