Maty Mauk, Markus Golden, Evan Boehm to appear for Missouri at SEC football media days
07/09/2014 2:46 PM
07/09/2014 3:35 PM
Quarterback Maty Mauk, center Evan Boehm and defensive end Markus Golden were chosen to represent Missouri next week during the Southeastern Conference’s football media days, the league announced Wednesday.
The Tigers are slotted for the morning session Wednesday on the third of four days for the SEC’s preseason gathering.
There won’t be quite the same star power in Birmingham this July compared to last summer when former Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel, former South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, who was the No. 1 pick in May’s NFL Draft, and former Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray, who was drafted by the Chiefs, were among the players in attendance.
Still, there are some notable names bound for Birmingham, including a trio of the conference’s top returning quarterbacks — Auburn’s Nick Marshall, Mississippi’s Bo Wallace and Mississippi State’s Dak Prescott.
Day one: Monday, July 14
Auburn: QB Nick Marshall, C Reese Dismukes, DL Gabe Wright
Florida: QB Jeff Driskel, DE Dante Fowler, CB Vernon Hargreaves III
Vanderbilt: DL Adam Butler, TE Steven Scheu, S Andrew Williamson
Day two: Tuesday, July 15
Mississippi State: S Jay Hughes, LB Benardrick McKinney, QB Dak Prescott
South Carolina: G A.J. Cann, DT J.T. Surratt, QB Dylan Thompson
Tennessee: OL Mack Crowder, LB AJ Johnson, DE Curt Maggitt
Texas A&M: DB Deshazor Everett, P Drew Kaser, T Cedric Ogbuehi
Day three: Wednesday, July 16
Missouri: C Evan Boehm, DE Markus Golden, QB Maty Mauk
Arkansas: G Brey Cook, DE Trey Flowers, S Alan Turner
LSU: T La’el Collins, RB Terrence Magee, LB D.J. Welter
Day four: Thursday, July 17
Alabama: S Landon Collins, WR Amari Cooper, WR Christion Jones
Georgia: FL Chris Conley, TB Todd Gurley, LB Ramik Wilson
Kentucky: DE Bud Dupree, T Jordan Swindle, DE Za’Darius Smith
Ole Miss: DE CJ Johnson, S Cody Prewitt, QB Bo Wallace
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