Collins, Magee, Welter to represent LSU at SEC Media Days

The 2014 LSU football team will be on the search for leaders throughout fall camp following the departures of several veteran Tigers via the NFL draft.

A handful of the top candidates to take over the reins on the program will be representing the squad during SEC Media Days on Wednesday, July 16.

Offensively, seniors La’el Collins and Terrence Magee will face reporters when LSU is featured on Wednesday afternoon.

Collins has started 25 games over the past two seasons, and he decided in January to return to LSU and play his senior season before entering the NFL draft. He earned second team All-SEC honors after recording 65 knockdowns in 2013.

Magee is one of two senior LSU running backs in 2014, and he will look to provide both a run and pass threat out of the Tigers’ backfield. Magee had a breakout season in 2013, finishing with 626 rushing yards and eight touchdowns.

From the defensive side of the ball, senior D.J. Welter will represent a young Tigers’ linebackers corp on Wednesday afternoon. Welter, who started every game of the 2013 campaign at middle linebacker after missing the 2012 season due to academic ineligibility, collected 80 tackles and two sacks last season. His performance to remember came in the Outback Bowl against Iowa, where he made six tackles and one sack in LSU’s 21-14 victory.

The full list of players attending is below:

Alabama:

Landon Collins, Safety

Amari Cooper, Wide Receiver

Christion Jones, Wide Receiver

Arkansas:

Brey Cook, Offensive Guard

Trey Flowers, Defensive End

Alan Turner, Safety

Auburn:

Nick Marshall, Quarterback

Reese Dismukes, Center

Gabe Wright, Defensive Linemen

Florida:

Jeff Driskel , Quarterback

Dante Fowler, Defensive End

Vernon Hargreaves III, Cornerback

Georgia:

Chris Conley, Flanker

Todd Gurley, Tailback

Ramik Wilson, Linebacker

Kentucky:

Bud Dupree, Defensive End

Jordan Swindle, Offensive Tackle

Za’Darius Smith, Defensive End

LSU:

La’el Collins, Offensive Tackle

Terrence Magee, Running Back

D.J. Welter, Linebacker

Ole Miss:

CJ Johnson, Defensive End

Cody Prewitt, Safety

Bo Wallace, Quarterback

Mississippi State:

Jay Hughes, Safety

Benardrick McKinney, Linebacker

Dak Prescott, Quarterback

Missouri:

Evan Boehm, Center

Markus Golden, Defensive End

Maty Mauk, Quarterback

South Carolina:

A.J. Cann, Offensive Guard

J.T. Surratt, Defensive Tackle

Dylan Thompson, Quarterback

Tennessee:

Mack Crowder, Offensive Line

AJ Johnson, Linebacker

Curt Maggitt, Defensive End

Texas A&M:

Deshazor Everett, Defensive Back

Drew Kaser, Punter

Cedric Ogbuehi, Offensive Tackle

Vanderbilt:

Adam Butler, Defensive Line

Steven Scheu, Tight End

Andrew Williamson, Safety