Originally posted on College Spun  |  Last updated 7/10/13
College Spun/Nate Jacobson College football season is right around the corner. Soon, you can take a break from counting down the days until kickoff and drooling over new uniforms because next week, the SEC media days start in Hoover, Alabama. Today, the SEC announced the roster with every player that will be in attendance — each school selects three athletes – also, all 14 head coaches will also be there. Here’s the list of all the players in alphabetical order by university:  Alabama AJ McCarronC.J. MosleyAnthony Steen Arkansas  Chris SmithTravis SwansonKiero Small Auburn Chris DavisDee FordJay Prosch Florida  Jeff DriskelDominique EasleyJon Halapio Georgia  Arthur LynchAaron MurrayGarrison Smith Kentucky Donte RumphRaymond SandersAvery Williamson LSU Jarvis LandryCraig LostonZach Mettenberger Ole Miss Donte MoncriefMike MarryBo Wallace Mississippi State Kaleb EullsBenardrick McKinneyTyler Russell Missouri James FranklinL’Damian WashingtonAndrew Wilson South Carolina Jadeveon ClowneyBruce EllingtonConnor Shaw Tennessee Antonio RichardsonJa’Wuan JamesJacques Smith Texas A&M Toney Hurd, Jr.Johnny ManzielJake Matthews Vanderbilt Andre HalWesley JohnsonJordan Matthews The media days will be July 16-18 and will begin at 12:30 p.m. To hold you over until then — check out the most expensive games to attend in the SEC in 2013. 
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