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Jake Fromm will look to have a strong 2019 season.

2019 SEC Media Days representatives announced for Georgia

Three of the unquestioned leaders on Georgia’s 2019 team are quarterback Jake Fromm, Andrew Thomas and J.R. Reed. And those three Bulldogs will be in Hoover, Ala., next week representing the Bulldogs at the 2019 SEC Media Days.

For Reed, this will be his second trip to the SEC Media Days as the senior safety was in Hoover last year. For Fromm and Thomas, this will be their first time attending.

All three players are expected to have big seasons for the Bulldogs in 2019. Thomas was a First Team All-SEC selection a year ago and figures to have an even better season in 2019. Many NFL draft experts predict Thomas will be one of the first offensive tackles taken in the 2020 NFL Draft, should he declare.

Fromm had a stellar 2018 season, as he threw for 30 touchdowns compared to just 6 interceptions. Some have tabbed Fromm as a possible Heisman Trophy contender. Interestingly enough, Fromm has not made an All-SEC team yet, but that should change this season as he will likely be voted Second Team Preseason All-SEC next week.

Reed elected to return to Athens for his senior season. He picked up 66 tackles a season ago as along with 2 interceptions. One of those came against Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa in the SEC Championship game.

Related: Sports Illustrated has high expectations for 3 members of Georgia’s 2019 defense

Other SEC standouts who will be in Hoover next week include Tagovailoa, Alabama wide receiver Jerry Jeudy, Missouri quarterback Kelly Bryant, Auburn defensive tackle Derrick Brown and Texas A&M quarterback Kellen Mond.

Fromm, Thomas and Reed will address the media on Tuesday, starting at 10 a.m. ET. Georgia coach Kirby Smart will also be in attendance and addressing the media.

The SEC Media Days begin on Monday and conclude on Thursday. Georgia’s 2019 season officially gets underway on Aug. 31, when the Bulldogs take on Vanderbilt.

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