The SEC will be well represented at the 2017 Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama.
As of Jan. 18, the SEC has had 25 players accept invites to the annual college football showcase game for the NFL – the most of any one conference.
Behind the SEC, the ACC currently has the second most with 21, while the Big Ten has 14. The Pac-12 has 10 and the Big 12 has eight.
Among SEC schools, Alabama and LSU have the most accepted invites with four, with Florida and Texas A&M each having three. Arkansas, Auburn, Mississippi State, Ole Miss and Tennessee have two apiece and Kentucky has one.
Georgia, Missouri, South Carolina and Vanderbilt have no players playing in the Senior Bowl.
The game is scheduled to kick off at 2:30 p.m. ET on Jan. 28 at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. The NFL Network will broadcast the game.
The North and South rosters for the Senior Bowl will be released on Jan. 18. Cleveland Browns coach Hue Jackson will coach the North team and Chicago Bears coach John Fox will coach the South team.
Roster breakdown by SEC school
Alabama: OLB Ryan Anderson, TE O.J. Howard, LS Cole Mazza, DT Dalvin Tomlinson
Arkansas: P Toby Baker, TE Jeremy Sprinkle
Auburn: DT Montravius Adams, S Johnathan Ford (DE Carl Lawson accepted but was later ruled ineligible a day later.)
Florida: LB Alex Anzalone, LB Jarrad Davis, S Marcus Maye
Kentucky: C Jon Toth
LSU: WR Travin Dural, LB Duke Riley, C Ethan Pocic, CB Tre’Davious White
Mississippi State: WR Fred Ross, OT Justin Senior
Ole Miss: TE Evan Engram, QB Chad Kelly (will not play)
Tennessee: QB Josh Dobbs, CB Cameron Sutton
Texas A&M: S Justin Evans, DE Daeshon Hall, WR Josh Reynolds
Roster breakdown by conference
Big East: 0
Big Ten: 14
Big 12: 8
Division II: 3
Mountain West: 3
Sun Belt: 2
For the full list of accepted Senior Bowl acceptances, click here.
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