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Senor Bowl once again has plenty of SEC ties

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 Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott will be the only Magnolia State product competing in this year's Senior Bowl.
SAMANTHA BAKER/ASSOCIATED PRESS Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott will be the only Magnolia State product competing in this year's Senior Bowl. AP

The Southeastern Conference will be well represented in this year's Senior Bowl with 23 players from the league's 14 schools.

Players reported to the annual event on Sunday and Monday and will practice all week before competing in Saturday's senior showcase.

ESPN is scheduled to broadcast Wednesday and Thursday's practices on ESPNU. NFL Network will also broadcast from Ladd-Peebles Stadium throughout the week and will televise Saturday's 1:30 p.m. game.

Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott is the only Mississippi college product competing in the game.

Alabama leads the conference with five participants, including DE Jarran Reed, RB Kenyan Drake, DB Cyrus Jones, LB Reggie Ragland and hometown product in QB Jake Coker.

Missouri, LSU, Georgia and Arkansas will each have three players in the senior showcase. OT Vadal Alexander, CB Jalen Mills and LB Deion Jones will represent LSU, while C Evan Boehm, LB Kentrell Brothers and G Connor McGovern will represent Missouri. Georgia has OT John Theus, WR Malcolm Mitchell and LB Jordan Jenkins participating, while Arkansas has QB Brandon Allen, RB Jonathan Williams and G Sebastian Tretola.

Other participants include Florida's LB Antonio Morrison and TE Jake McGee, South Carolina TE Jerell Adams, Auburn CB Jonathan Jones and Kentucky LB Josh Forrest.

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