South Carolina

Availability: 9 a.m. to noon

Coach: Steve Spurrier

Players: Senior G A.J. Cann, senior DT J.T. Surratt, senior QB Dylan Thompson

Question SPURRIER is sure to face: Besides QB and one guard spot, South Carolina is returning most of its offensive weapons from a squad that finished 11-2. Defensively, though, the NFL draft did some gutting. With DE Jadeveon Clowney, DT Kelcy Quarles and CB Victor Hampton gone, holes have opened. South Carolina lost seniors Chaz Sutton (DE) and Jimmy Legree (CB), too. Who is expected to step up and assume a leadership position on defense, and can they live up to the production Clowney and Co. provided?

Mississippi State

Availability: 9 a.m. to noon

Coach: Dan Mullen

Players: Senior S Jay Hughes, junior LB Benardrick McKinney, junior QB Dak Prescott

Question MULLEN is sure to face: Junior QB Dak Prescott emerged as a potent dual-threat during his sophomore season, and he is the clear starter heading into fall camp. With the hiring of Brian Johnson as QB coach, Prescott could continue to mature into a star. With Johnson’s guidance and two years of play under his belt, can Prescott lead the Bulldogs through a schedule that includes LSU, Ole Miss, Alabama and Auburn?

Texas A&M

Availability: 1 to 4 p.m.

Coach: Kevin Sumlin

Players: Senior DB Deshazor Everett, junior P Drew Kaser, Punter, senior T Cedric Ogbuehi

Question SUMLIN is sure to face: Johnny Football now makes a nice living in Cleveland, meaning Texas A&M will have to rethink its offense. Three QBs — senior Matt Joeckel, sophomore Kenny Hill and five-star recruit Kyle Allen — will battle it out for his old spot. With that subpar defense and star receiver Mike Evans off to the NFL, how are the Aggies going to thrive without Manziel’s playmaking ability? Can any of those three quarterbacks really take his place?

Tennessee

Availability: 1 to 4 p.m.

Coach: Butch Jones

Players: Senior LB A.J. Johnson, junior LB Curt Maggitt, junior OL Mack Crowder

Question JONES is sure to face: After a 5-7 season, one of the largest holes to fill is in the defensive trenches, where the Volunteers are the only SEC squad who won’t have a returning starter on the line. Tennessee will rely on senior Jordan Williams and sophomore Corey Vereen to anchor the end slots, and a number of other potential starters on the inner line will be thrown into the mix. How big of a challenge has it been to rebuild a defense that was 84th in the nation last season?

ON DECK

Wednesday

9 a.m.-noon: Missouri

1-4 p.m.: Arkansas and LSU

Thursday

9 a.m.-noon: Georgia and Ole Miss

Noon-3 p.m.: Alabama and Kentucky