Five SEC players have accepted invitations to compete in this year’s Reese’s Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama on Jan. 24, according to a Senior Bowl media release sent Monday afternoon.

Ole Miss defensive backs Senquez Golson and Cody Prewitt, Mississippi State defensive end Preston Smith, Kentucky defensive end Bud Dupree and Arkansas defensive end Trey Flowers will all confirmed Monday they will participate in the Senior Bowl, along with nine other confirmations from players out of the other four power conferences.

Golson leads the SEC with nine interceptions and 16 passes defended on the season, in addition to his 29 tackles from the back-end of the defense.

Prewitt, who was an All-American a year ago, has recorded 50 tackles from his safety position this season, including 3.5 for loss. He’s intercepted two passes and has forced a fumble as well.

Both Prewitt and Golson have returned an interception for a touchdown this season, and both have helped to lead the nation’s top-ranked scoring defense.

Smith has been one of the SEC’s best defensive ends this year, earning three SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week awards in the first month of the season. He ranks fourth in the SEC with eight sacks on the year, and ranks third in the conference with 12.5 tackles for loss.

But wait, there’s more. Smith also has two interceptions on the season, the most of any defensive lineman in the conference, and he returned one of those for a touchdown. He’s blocked a punt and a field goal, and has made 35 tackles to round out one of the most complete stat lines of any SEC defender this season.

Dupree, a defensive end/linebacker hybrid, ranks in the top 10 in the SEC with 6.5 sacks and 10.5 tackles for loss. He’s recorded 68 tackles on the season, and also has a pick-six and a blocked kick to his name. The pick-six served as the game-winning score in Kentucky’s come-from-behind win over South Carolina last month, and it remains the play of the year in the Bluegrass.

Flowers, much like Dupree, is a deadly pass rusher who has flown under the radar for much of the year. He’s only recorded three sacks, but has made 11 tackles for loss among his 49 tackles this season. Flowers also recorded a forced fumble earlier this year, and he’s broken up four passes at the line of scrimmage to make an impact even when he can’t get to the quarterback.

When all is said and done, the Senior Bowl will invite 110 seniors to participate in the annual all-star game before a number of NFL scouts from all 32 organizations. Practices will begin on Tuesday, Jan. 20, and the game itself will take place that Saturday, Jan. 24 at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile.

All of the practices and the game will be televised by NFL Network.