Top SEC Football Legends to Follow on X (Formerly known as Twitter)

X (formerly known as Twitter) has changed the game as far as opportunity to connect with athletes beyond the playing field the last decade or so. Fans are able to get an inside look into the day-to-day lives of their favorite players. In this article, We identify a list of some of the top follows.

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X (formerly known as Twitter) is a great place for fostering relationships around sports. A few weeks ago, I wrote an article identifying some of the top fans per SEC school to follow on X (formerly known as Twitter) that were fun to follow and dialogue with.

Thanks to social media, it is now easier than ever before to connect with former and current athletes. And college football players are no different.

Not only can you potentially interact with them personally, but it also gives you an inside look into that players life and thoughts in many instances.

Here are some of the best current or former SEC football player follows on X (formerly known as Twitter)