Best of the college football recruiting visits: SEC

While there weren't a ton of visitors this weekend, there were still plenty of entertaining games. While some recruits posted pictures of their experience, others posted videos. Here's a closer look at the best of the SEC weekend visits:

Arguably the biggest visitor of the weekend was ESPN 300 linebacker Ben Davis, who took an official visit to LSU. Despite the Tigers' loss to Arkansas, Davis said he enjoyed his visit and took time to pose for a photo with LSU head coach Les Miles while on the trip.

The 146th-ranked player in the ESPN Junior 300, M.J. Webb, visited Auburn Saturday to watch the Tigers' tough 20-13 loss to Georgia. The 6-foot-3, 245 pound Webb already has offers from schools such as Auburn, Clemson, Alabama, Michigan, Georgia and several others. Webb stopped and posed for a picture before the game started.

Three-star UCLA offensive line commit Sean Auwae took an official visit to Vanderbilt this weekend. The Hawaii native, by all accounts, enjoyed his trip to watch Vanderbilt beat Kentucky 21-17. Auwae tweeted a few different photos, one of the stadium and one of the some of the items he received during his trip -- including cupcakes with the Vanderbilt logo on them.

In addition to Auwae, another prospect, ESPN Junior 300 linebacker Jacob Phillips, also took in the Vanderbilt game on Saturday. Phillips tweeted a video of some pregame festivities, which included a parachutist.

Three-star Iowa defensive back commit K.J. Sails visited South Carolina with his high school teammate, Gaej Walker. The two posed for a photo prior to South Carolina's tough 24-14 loss to Florida.

ESPN Junior 300 running back Kylin Hill took an unofficial visit to Mississippi State over the weekend to watch the Bulldogs' 31-6 loss to Alabama. Hill stopped and posed for a picture on the field before the game.