Making the rounds on a Monday:
Scott Rabalais of The Baton Rouge Advocate examines the answers and questions for LSU coming out of spring practice.
Sophomore safety Brian Randolph is maturing right before Tennessee's very eyes.
There's no such thing as too many running backs for Kentucky.
South Carolina's passing game comes alive in its spring game.
Tight end Malcolm Johnson is poised to become a big part of Mississippi State's offense.
Ole Miss' two quarterbacks combine for eight touchdowns in the Rebels' scrimmage.
Security is big business in the SEC.
David Climer of The Tennessean writes that Vanderbilt's Jordan Rodgers has matured into a leader.
Georgia ends its spring and needs a quiet summer, writes Jeff Schultz of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Recruits are buzzing following their visit to Tuscaloosa for Alabama's A-Day spring game.
Auburn's A-Day spring game offers only token insight.
Arkansas' Tyler Wilson, who chose to come back for his senior season, isn't looking back.
Jameill Showers and Johnny Manziel could be battling for the Texas A&M quarterback job for a while.
Robbie Andreu of The Gainesville Sun ranks Florida's positions of strength exiting the spring.