156 SEC Players To Wear Graduation Patch In Bowl Games

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (Dec. 26, 2018)-- A total of 156 Southeastern Conference football student-athletes are eligible to wear the SEC Graduation Patch in postseason bowl games, signifying that they have earned their college degrees.

The SEC introduced the patch in 2016 season for student-athletes in all sports who have already earned their degree, but have not exhausted their eligibility. The SEC logo patch on their uniforms is replaced with a special patch with the word "Graduate" underneath the conference logo. The patch is similar in design for all conference schools, but it is school-specific in color.

The 156 football student-athletes from the 11 SEC schools that have qualified for postseason play will be participating in bowl games beginning December 27 with Vanderbilt’s appearance in the Texas Bowl to January 1 when four SEC teams will be in action.

Following is a complete list of SEC football student-athletes who are eligible to wear the patch in post season bowl games:

Alabama (Orange Bowl, Dec. 29)

Keaton Anderson

Elliot Baker

Isaiah Buggs

Josh Casher

Ronnie Clark

Lester Cotton

Johnny Dwight

Miller Forristall

Damien Harris

Hale Hentges

Jalen Hurts

Anfernee Jennings

Austin Jones

Derek Kief

Christian Miller

Donavan Mosley

Jamey Mosley

Ryan Parris

Richie Petitbon

Ross Pierschbacher

Deionte Thompson

Jonah Williams

Auburn (Music City Bowl, Dec. 28)

Devin Adams

Dalton Brown

Tucker Brown

Chandler Cox

Deshaun Davis

Ryan Davis

Jamel Dean

Jack Driscoll

Jaunta’Vius Johnson

Richard McBryde

Dontavius Russell

Bailey Sharp

Jarrett Stidham

Prince Tega Wanogho

Andrew Williams

Florida (Peach Bowl, Dec. 29)

Nick Buchanan

Khairi Clark

Ryan Farr

Kavaris Harkless

Brandon Reddick

Adam Shuler

Martez Ivey

Glenn Jarriel

C’yontai Lewis

Jorge Powell

R.J. Raymond

Moral Stephens

Georgia (Sugar Bowl, Jan. 1)

Kendall Baker

Michael Barnett

Rodrigo Blankenship

Sean Fogarty

Jay Hayes

Jake Reed

Landon Stratton

Steven Van Tiflin

Kentucky (Citrus Bowl, Jan. 1)

George Asafo-Adjei

Dorian Baker

Blake Best

David Bouvier

Miles Butler

C.J. Conrad

Tymere Dubose

Mike Edwards

Lonnie Johnson

Adrian Middleton

Bunchy Stallings

Darius West

Tristan Yeomans

LSU (Fiesta Bowl, Jan. 1)

Terrence Alexander

John Battle

Garrett Brumfield

Joe Burrow

David Ducre

Blake Ferguson

Justin Mikush

Foster Moreau

Michael Ostrom

Ed Paris

Turner Simmers

Tiger Scheyd

Cole Tracy

Jacory Washington

Mississippi State (Outback Bowl, Jan. 1)

Stephen Adegoke

Johnathan Abram

Tre Brown

Deion Calhoun

Malik Dear

Nick Fitzgerald

Gerri Green

Grant Harris

Braxton Hoyett

Jesse Jackson

Elgton Jenkins

Jaquarius Landrews

Dontavian Lee

Chris Rayford

Chauncey Rivers

Michael Story

Montez Sweat

Cory Thomas

Evans Wilkerson

Aeris Williams

Missouri (Liberty Bowl, Dec. 31)

Paul Adams

Samson Bailey

Kendall Blanton

Nate Brown

Brandon Lee

Drew Lock

Dominic Nelson

Alex Ofodile

Khalil Oliver

Kevin Pendleton

Tavon Ross

Finis Stribling

Rod Winters

South Carolina (Belk Bowl, Dec. 29)

Bryson Allen-Williams

Ben Asbury

Jacob August

Zack Bailey

Javon Charleston

KC Crosby

Dennis Daley

Javion Duncan

Daniel Fennell

Danny Gordon

Nick Harvey

JT Ibe

Caleb Kinlaw

Steven Montac

Deebo Samuel

Mike Scarnecchia

Donell Stanley

Ty’Son Williams

Malik Young

Texas A&M (Gator Bowl, Dec. 31)

Otaro Alaka

Landry Estes

Austin Frey

Cullen Gillaspia

Kingsley Keke

Erik McCoy

Keaton Sutherland

Donovan Wilson

Trevor Wood

Vanderbilt (Texas Bowl, Dec. 27)

Khari Blasingame

Egidio DellaRipa

Trey Ellis

Jaire George

Alim Muhammad

Bruno Reagan

Kyle Shurmur

Justin Skule

Parker Thome

Louis Vecchio