With the obvious exception of one Johnny Manziel, McCarron was arguably the most anticipated player representative to appear at the annual media gathering. McCarron, who sported a bow tie in honor of his cousin who is currently battling breast cancer, was the definition of well-mannered and professional during his time at the Wynfrey Hotel.
AJ McCarron wearing a breast cancer bow tie at SEC Media Day in honor of his cousin. pic.twitter.com/vSEtIlpcXGIn respect to McCarron's thoughts on a variety of topics...
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) July 18, 2013
"My job's playing football, not being a celebrity off the field." AJ McCarron
— Roll Bama Roll (@rollbamaroll) July 18, 2013
"I don't speak on another man's business. That's how I was raised."-- AJ McCarron on Manziel.As is standard protocol, each player met the media (various outlets) during Alabama's Thursday session and responded to assorted questions concerning the upcoming season and the 2013 squad.
— Cassidy Hubbarth (@CassidyHubbarth) July 18, 2013
While McCarron was certainly the "main eventer" of the Alabama player representatives, C.J. Mosley and Anthony Steen, both senior leaders, also provided a great deal of content in respect to various issues and expectations regarding the 2013 Crimson Tide.
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Linebacker C.J. Mosley: CLICK HERE
Offensive lineman Anthony Steen: CLICK HERE