SEC Football Leadership Council To Meet This Weekend

SEC Football Leadership Council To Meet This Weekend

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BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (Feb. 2, 2023)—–The Southeastern Conference Football Leadership Council, which consists of one football student-athlete from each of the 14 SEC universities, will meet for its annual meeting in the SEC offices in Birmingham on Friday and Saturday.

Items on the group’s agenda this weekend include a meeting with SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey, a review of NCAA and SEC legislative material, a conversation with the Chief Medical Officer of the SEC, Dr. Katie O’Neal, and a dialogue with football officials on the rules of the game, student-athlete/referee interaction and officiating careers. The group will also examine opportunities for SEC student-athlete engagement.

The Football Leadership Council is one of three components of the SEC Student-Athlete Leadership Council. The other two components are the Men’s and Women’s Basketball Leadership Councils. The student-athlete leadership councils for the sports of men’s and women’s soccer and basketball, along with the conference’s longstanding Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC), provide student-athletes with additional opportunities to engage with campus leaders and conference office staff. The councils serve as a channel of communication with the conference office on issues related to the student-athlete experience, student-athlete welfare, and rules of play.

The student-athletes who make up the SEC Football Leadership Council are:

DeVonta Smith (Alabama)

Cam Little (Arkansas)

Malcolm Johnson (Auburn)

Derek Wingo (Florida)

Milestone Walker (Georgia)

Eli Cox (Kentucky)

Mekhi Wingo (LSU)

Cedric Johnson (Ole Miss)

Hayes Hammond (Mississippi State)

Darius Robinson (Missouri)

Kai Kroeger (South Carolina)

Omari Thomas (Tennessee)

LT Overton (Texas A&M)

Ethan BarrVanderbilt

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