Which SEC player from each team is farthest from home?
There’s going away to school … then there’s going way, way away.
Some SEC football players crossed a river, maybe a lake to play. A select few crossed an ocean.
Meet the 14 SEC football players who traveled the farthest to play for their school, none farther than a former Australian rugby player turned freshman LSU punter.
"Do people drink kangaroo milk in Australia?" The questions I deal with on a daily basis.
— Josh Growden (@JGrowler) September 1, 2015
More on Growden in a minute …
Alabama: Senior RT Dominick Jackson
Hometown: Cupertino, Calif.
Arkansas: Sophomore OL Reeve Koehler
Hometown: Kailua, Hawaii
Auburn: Senior RB Lawyer Tillman
Hometown: Lacey, Wash.
Florida: Freshman LS Ryan Farr
Hometown: Henderson, Nevada
Georgia: Freshman QB Nick Robinson
Hometown: Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.
Kentucky: Senior DT Melvin Lewis
Hometown: Compton, Calif.
LSU: Freshman P Josh Growden
Hometown: Sydney, Australia
So my understanding is Thanksgiving is about eating food and watching football #ThankfulForAmerica
— Josh Growden (@JGrowler) November 27, 2015
For everyone who's complaining that it's so hot right now… pic.twitter.com/UG0i7ZtwEa
— Josh Growden (@JGrowler) November 6, 2015
150 new emojis and still no kangaroo 😤
— Josh Growden (@JGrowler) October 22, 2015
Mississippi State: Sophomore DB Jahmere Irvin-Sills
Hometown: Elkton, Md.
Missouri: Sophomore CB Anthony Hines
Hometown: San Francisco
Ole Miss: Sophomore WR Damore’ea Stringfellow
Hometown: Perris, Calif.
South Carolina: Freshman QB Gage Pucci
Hometown: Glendora, Calif.
Tennessee: Freshman DL Khalil McKenzie
Hometown: Walnut Creek, Calif.
Texas A&M: Junior WR Jeremy Tabuyo
Vanderbilt: Sophomore DT Nifae Lealao