Texas A&M Football

Madubuike, Mond, Mann to represent Texas A&M at SEC Media Days

July 10, 2019
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It’s rare that a college football team can sport a possible first-round draft pick, star quarterback and award-winning special teamer on the same roster. It’s even rarer that all three of those players have a last name that starts with the same letter.

The Aggies find themselves in that position and will take the trio of Justin Madubuike, Braden Mann and Kellen Mond on the road. Texas A&M announced on Wednesday that the three have been appointed to represent their team, along with head coach Jimbo Fisher, at the upcoming SEC Media Days that will start on July 15 in Hoover, Alabama.

Madubuike is currently the anchor of a rising defense that made major strides last season. He led the way with his pass-rushing prowess and recorded 5.5 sacks and 10.5 tackles for loss in 2018. Mond looks to pick up where he left off after throwing for over 3,000 yards and combining for 31 touchdowns in 2018. Mann sits atop the college punting ranks after a remarkable junior season that saw him average 51 yards per punt and take home the Ray Guy Award as the nation’s best punter. 

The Aggies will surely have some questions to answer after an eye-opening 2018 season that saw them win nine games and take significant steps forward under Fisher’s regime. Combined with a grueling schedule that includes the likes of Clemson, Alabama and Georgia, it may make for an interesting few days in the heart of SEC territory.

SEC Media Days 2019 schedule

Monday, July 15

  • Florida - Dan Mullen
  • LSU - Ed Orgeron
  • Missouri - Barry Odem

Tuesday, July 16

  • Georgia - Kirby Smart
  • Ole Miss - Matt Luke
  • Tennessee - Jeremy Pruitt
  • Texas A&M - Jimbo Fisher

Wednesday, July 17 

  • Alabama - Nick Saban 
  • Arkansas - Chad Morris 
  • Mississippi St. - Joe Moorehead
  • South Carolina - Will Muschamp

Thursday, July 18

  • Auburn - Gus Malzahn
  • Kentucky - Mark Stoops
  • Vanderbilt - Derek Mason

SEC Media Days player representatives

Florida: Feleipe Franks, Lamical Perine, Jabari Zuniga

LSU: Joe Burrow, Grant Delpit, Lloyd Cushenberry

Missouri: Kelly Bryant, Cale Garrett, DeMarkus Acy

Georgia: Jake Fromm, J.R. Reed, Andrew Thomas

Ole Miss: Matt Corral, Alex Givens, MoMo Sanogo

Arkansas: McTelvin Agim, De’Jon Harris, Devwah Whaley

Texas A&M: Kellen Mond, Justin Madubuike, Braden Mann

Tennessee: Daniel Bituli, Jarrett Guarantano, Darrell Taylor

Alabama: Jerry Jeudy, Dylan Moses, Tua Tagovailoa

Mississippi State: Farrod Green, Erroll Thompson, Darryl Williams

South Carolina: Jake Bentley, T.J. Brunson, Bryan Edwards

Auburn: Derrick Brown, Marlon Davidson, Prince Tega Wanogho

Kentucky: Lynn Bowden Jr., Kash Daniel, Logan Stenberg 

Vanderbilt: Kalija Lipscomb, Jared Pinkney, Ke’Shawn Vaughn

 
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