NORFOLK, Va. – The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) has announced its list of student-athlete attendees for the 2017 MEAC Football Media Day and luncheon on Friday, July 28 at the Marriott Waterside Hotel.
Twenty-two student-athletes and head football coaches from the MEAC’s 11 football playing institutions will kick off the 2017 football season. ESPN college football analyst and former Howard University quarterback Jay Walker along with College Football Hall of Famer and former SC State head coach Willie Jeffries will serve as co-master of ceremonies for the second consecutive year.
A limited number of tickets are available to the public for the press luncheon and can be purchased by calling the MEAC Office at (757) 951-2055. Tickets are $30 per seat or $300 per table (10 persons) and must be purchased by 5:30 p.m. on Friday, July 21 in order to obtain the special rate.
Media members may obtain a credential for the luncheon and/or one-on-one interviews by completing an application found on www.MEACSports.com. One-on-one interviews will begin promptly at9:00 a.m. followed by the luncheon at noon.
The 2017 MEAC football season kicks off on Saturday, Aug. 26 as Florida A&M will host Texas Southern in a non-conference game.
South Carolina State will travel to Baton Rouge, La. to face Southern University in the 13th annual MEAC/SWAC Challenge on Labor Day Weekend, Sunday, Sept. 3 at 2:30 p.m. Details and ticket information can be found on www.meacswacchallenge.com.
For more information about the MEAC, log on to www.MEACsports.com.
QB Frank Brown (Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.)
LB Trenton Bridges (DeLand, Fla.)
RB Brycen Alleyne (Wilmington, Del.)
LB Brian Cavicante (Portsmouth, Va.)
OL Osman Aguilera (Miami, Fla.)
DL Calvin Darville (Belle Glades, Fla.)
RB Yahkee Johnson (Richmond, Va.)
LB Steven Smith (Virginia Beach, Va.)
TE Howard Warren (Hopewell. Va.)
RB Anthony Philyaw (Los Angeles, Calif.)
QB Elijah Staley (Marietta, Ga.)
DL A.J. Agbelese (Lanham, Md.)
WR Marcus Taylor (Highland Springs, Va.)
DL Chris Lee (Woodbridge, Va.)
North Carolina A&T State
OL Brandon Parker (Kannapolis, N.C.)
DB Zerius Lockhart (Auburn, Ala.)
North Carolina Central
RB Ramone Simpson (Wilmington, N.C.)
DL Antonio Brown (Jacksonville, Fla.)
QB Tino Smith II (Carmel, Ind.)
LB Mulik Simmons (Savannah, Ga.)
South Carolina State
QB Dewann Ford, Jr. (Atlanta, Ga.)
LB Darius Leonard (Lake View, S.C.)