September 1, 2021
194 SEC Football Players to Wear Graduate Patch in 2021
By: SEC Staff
SECU (Twitter: @TheSECU)
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – A total of 194 Southeastern Conference football student-athletes representing all 14 SEC universities will wear the SEC graduate patch during the 2021 season.
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 2021 season is set to begin Thursday when Tennessee plays host to Bowling Green. All 14 SEC schools will be in action during the Labor Day weekend.
Following is a complete list of SEC football graduates who will sport the SEC graduate patch during the 2021 season:
Alabama: Chris Allen, Slade Bolden, Tommy Brown, Phidarian Mathis, Chris Owens, Kendall Randolph, LaBryan Ray, Brian Robinson, Major Tennison, Daniel Wright, Stephon Wynn
Arkansas: Ty Clary, Shane Clenin, Myron Cunningham, Deon Edwards, Dorian Gerald, TJ Hammonds, Hayden Henry, Blake Kern, Grant Morgan, Tyson Morris, John Ridgeway, Jordan Silver, Markell Utsey, Dalton Wagner, De’Vion Warren, McKinley Williams, Tre Williams
Auburn: Malcolm Askew, Nick Brahms, Anders Carlson, Brandon Council, Tony Fair, Devin Guice, Brodarious Hamm, Shedrick Jackson, Bydarrius Knighten, Eku Leota, Barton Lester, Grant Loy, Tashawn Manning, Zakoby McClain, Roger McCreary, Dreshun Miller, Smoke Monday, Caylin Newton, Demetris Robertson, John Samuel Shenker, Austin Troxell, Chandler Wooten
Florida: Brandon Becar, Lacedrick Brunson, Jace Christmann, Jean Delance, Kemore Gamble, Chris Howard, Dylan Meeks, Jeremiah Moon, Daquan Newkirk, Stewart Reese, Nicolas Sutton, Tyrone Truesdell, Josh Tse, Antonio Valentino, Rick Wells
Georgia: John FitzPatrick, Julian Rochester, John Staton IV
Kentucky: Abule Abadi-Fitzgerald, Josh Ali, Marquez Bembry, Yusuf Corker, Cedrick Dort Jr., Isaiah Epps, Luke Fortner, Colin Goodfellow, Zach Johnson, Will Levis, Tyler Markray, Josh Paschal, Justin Rigg, Davonte Robinson, Matt Ruffolo, Clevan Thomas Jr., Quintin Wilson
LSU: Andre Anthony, Avery Atkins, Myles Brennan, Austin Deculus, Neil Farrell Jr., Todd Harris, Ed Ingram, Cam Lewis, Glen Logan, Aaron Moffitt, Jared Small, Nick Storz
Ole Miss: Ben Brown, Mac Brown, Chance Campbell,Peyton Cox, Jaylon Jones, Hal Northern, Jahcour Pearson, Tyrrell Pigrome, Jordan Rhodes, Chase Rogers, MoMo Sanogo, Tariqious Tisdale, Orlando Umana, Terrell Vassel, Sam Williams
Mississippi State: Jack Abraham, Londyn Craft, Tucker Day, Landon Guidry, Scott Lashley, C.J. Morgan, Fred Peters, Brandon Ruiz, Laquinston Sharp, Sherman Timbs, Austin Williams
Missouri: Blaze Alldredge, Tyler Badie, Barrett Banister, Kibet Chepyator, Keke Chism, Dawson Downing, Akayleb Evans, Sean Koetting, Michael Maietti, Grant McKinniss, Mason Pack, Shawn Robinson, Richard Taylor, Micah Wilson, Connor Wood
South Carolina: Wyatt Campbell, Devontae Davis, Eric Douglas, Spencer Eason-Riddle, Jabari Ellis, Kingsley Enagbare, Jaylan Foster, Sherrod Greene, Tyreek Johnson, Hank Manos, Sean McGonigal, Zeb Noland, Carlins Platel, Darius Rush, Or’Tre Smith, Damani Staley, M.J. Webb, Parker White, Dylan Wonnum
Tennessee: Ja’Quain Blakely, Paxton Brooks, Matthew Butler, Tanner Dobrucky, Grant Frerking, Kenneth George Jr., Hendon Hooker, Velus Jones Jr., Cheyenne Labruzza, Ollie Lane, Chase McGrath, Joe Milton III, JaVonta Payton, J.T. Siekerman, Caleb Tremblay, Jacob Warren, Toby Wilson
Texas A&M: Reinard Britz, Daniel Bushland, Keldrick Carper, Micheal Clemons, Galen Gallagher, Jacob Groff, Aaron Hansford, Hezekiah Jones, Myles Jones, Grayson Reed
Vanderbilt: Tyrell Alexander, Bryce Bailey, Joseph Bulovas, Jack Cardillo, Brayden DeVault-Smith, Michael Owusu, Rutger Reitmaier, Jonathan Stewart