BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (Aug. 24, 2022) -----A total of 195 Southeastern Conference football student-athletes representing all 14 SEC universities will wear the SEC graduate patch during the 2022 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 2022 season is set to begin Saturday when Vanderbilt visits Hawaii. All 14 SEC schools will be in action during the following week during Labor Day weekend.
Following is a complete list of SEC football graduates who will sport the SEC graduate patch during the 2022 season:
Alabama: Bret Bolin, Darrian Dalcourt, DJ Dale, Justin Eboigbe, Emil Ekiyor Jr., Tyler Harrell, Amari Kight, Cam Latu, Seth McLaughlin, Jaylen Moody, Kendall Randolph, Will Reichard, Jackson Roby, Tyler Steen
Arkansas: Jacob Bates, Nathan Bax, Simeon Blair, Latavious Brini, Dennis Daniels, Jordan Domineck, Cade Fortin, Dorian Gerald, Trent Gordon, Terry Hampton, Trey Knox, Matt Landers, Isaiah Nichols, Bumper Pool, Dalton Wagner, McKinley Williams, Zach Zimos
Auburn: Marcus Bragg, Nick Brahms, Marquis Burks, Zach Calzada, Anders Carlson, Brandon Council, Luke Deal, Alec Jackson, Shedrick Jackson, Morris Joseph Jr., Eku Leota, Barton Lester, Jacob Quattlebaum, John Samuel Shenker, Kameron Stutts, Austin Troxell, Kilian Zierer
Florida: Amari Burney, Brenton Cox Jr., Trey Dean III, Richard Gouraige, Griffin McDowell, Marco Ortiz, Jordan Pouncey, David Reese, Isacc Ricks, Justin Shorter, Jacob Watkins, Trent Whittemore, Dante Zanders
Georgia: Joseph Daniels, Warren Ericson, Kearis Jackson, Randon Jernigan, Jack Podlesny, William Poole, Payne Walker
Kentucky: Tyrell Ajian, Eli Cox, Londyn Craft, Colin Goodfellow, Kenneth Horsey, Ramon Jefferson, Will Levis, Tashawn Manning, Will Nalty, Chris Rodriguez, Matt Ruffolo, Keidron Smith, Keaton Upshaw, Quintin Wilson, Jordan Wright
LSU: Sevyn Banks, Jarrick Bernard‐Converse, Jay Bramblett, Noah Cain, Jayden Daniels, Hunter Faust, Trey Finison, Evan Francioni, MJ Frazier, Ali Gaye, Todd Harris, Mike Jones Jr., Colby Richardson, Tre'Mond Shorts, Jared Small, Nick Storz
Ole Miss: Jonathan Cruz, Hamilton Hall, Malik Heath, KD Hill, Dashaun Jerkins, Amani Johnson, Jaylon Robinson, Isaiah Woullard
Mississippi State: Massimo Biscardi, Jamire Calvin, Jaden Crumedy, Jordan Davis, George Georgopulous, JJ Jernighan, Jett Johnson, Chance Lovertich, Jackie Matthews, Ben Raybon, LaQuinston Sharp, Cole Smith, Sherman Timbs, Nathaniel Watson, Tyrus Wheat, Austin Williams
Missouri: Barrett Banister, Kibet Chepyator, Tauskie Dove, Javon Foster, Jake Hoffman, Tyrone Hopper, Sean Koetting, Bobby Lawrence, Richard Taylor, Hyrin White, Connor Wood
South Carolina: Nate Adkins, Christian Beal‐Smith, Wyatt Campbell, Eric Douglas, Sherrod Greene, Jovaughn Gwyn, Brad Johnson, Tyreek Johnson, Dakereon Joyner, Traevon Kenion, Hank Manos, Dante Miller, Jaylen Nichols, Devonni Reed, R.J. Roderick, Darius Rush, Austin Stogner, Jordan Strachan, Chad Terrell, M.J. Webb, Dylan Wonnum
Tennessee: Paxton Brooks, LaTrell Bumphus, Princeton Fant, Grant Frerking, Hendon Hooker, Nick Humphrey, Cheyenne Labruzza, Ollie Lane, Austin Lewis, Chase McGrath, Joe Milton III, Solon Page III, Maurese Smith, Cedric Tillman, Jacob Warren, Toby Wilson
Texas A&M: Connor Choate, Nik Constantinou, Caden Davis, Cade Garcia, Myles Jones, Chase Lane, Travis Pepin, Max Wright, Alex Zettler
Vanderbilt: BJ Anderson, Jacob Brammer, Ben Bresnahan, Joseph Bulovas, Myles Cecil, Charlie Dallape, Jared Elstein, Matthew Hayball, Dan Herman, Malik Langham, Jeremy Lucien, Elijah McAllister, Michael Owusu, Gavin Schoenwald, Maxwell Worship