Silver Selected to SEC Leadership Council

Silver Selected to SEC Leadership Council

Arkansas junior long snapper Jordan Silver will represent the Razorbacks on the Southeastern Conference Football Leadership Council, which convenes for its annual meeting at the SEC offices in Birmingham on Friday and Saturday.


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Five Arkansas student-athletes – Adrio Bailey (men’s basketball), Lauren Evans (volleyball), Jordan Silver (football), Jailyn Mason (women’s basketball) and Grant Morgan (football) – will participate in a joint meeting of the SEC Student-Athlete Leadership Councils and the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Friday and Saturday in Birmingham.

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