SEC News: Georgia duo declares for Draft, Harrell enters portal

SEC fans, here is everything that you need to know from across the conference on Saturday, which includes the results from each of the conference’s seven basketball games, as well as a few more NFL Draft decisions from the defending national champion Georgia Bulldogs.

Georgia WR Kearis Jackson declares for 2023 NFL Draft

Kearis Jackson, a wide receiver and special teams returner, became the latest Georgia player to declare for the 2023 NFL Draft on Saturday, joining others such as Darnell Washington and Broderick Jones in recent days. The senior had 21 receptions for 320 yards this past season, as well as 78 catches for 1,107 yards and four touchdowns across his five seasons in Athens.

Georgia OL Warren Ericson declares for 2023 NFL Draft

Georgia offensive lineman Warren Ericson also declared for the 2023 NFL Draft on Saturday. The former four-star prospect primarily played a reserve role along Georgia’s offensive line this past season.

Alabama WR Tyler Harrell enters transfer portal

After transferring from Louisville last offseason, Alabama wide receiver Tyler Harrell announced Saturday that he has entered the transfer portal. Harrell had only two receptions for 18 yards this past season at Alabama.

Ole Miss LB Austin Keys transfers to Auburn

Ole Miss linebacker Austin Keys has transferred within the SEC West, landing at Auburn. Keys appeared in a total of 13 games for the Rebels this past season, compiling 39 tackles, 3.5 TFL, two sacks, and a forced fumble.

Missouri lands Florida State transfer DB Sidney Williams

After spending the last three seasons in Tallahassee, Florida State defensive back Sidney Williams has transferred to Missouri. Williams had 12 tackles across 11 games for the Seminoles this past season.

Saturday’s SEC Results

  • No. 5 Tennessee 56, Kentucky 63
  • Ole Miss 58, Georgia 62
  • Vanderbilt 97, No. 15 Arkansas 84
  • Florida 73, No. 20 Missouri 64
  • No. 4 Alabama 106, LSU 66
  • South Carolina 53, Texas A&M 94
  • No. 21 Auburn 69, Mississippi State 63