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They're not the stars of their SEC teams, but these guys could make a big impact in 2017.
Missouri AD Jim Sterk discusses his first ten months, including a boost for basketball, a potential revival of the Border War, moving to the SEC West and football recruiting.
If SEC East teams could add a player from any other conference squads to get them to the next level, who would it be? We make our picks here.
LSU's Arden Key and Christian LaCouture promise to be tough to block this fall, and a few other SEC duos look to be almost as strong.
Alabama has an All-American receiver who could be a first-round draft choice. The receiving corps of some other SEC teams have strength in numbers.
One player in a great backfield duo makes the other stronger. Here's a look at the best backfield duos (or trios) in the SEC.
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79 Days until the first Thursday of College Football season. Missouri beat Delaware State 79-0 on Sept. 24, 2016, the largest margin of victory by an FBS team last season.
LSU's Arden Key is the SEC's leading returner in sacks after posting 12 a year ago; double-digit hopefuls include Lorenzo Carter and Da'Shawn Hand.
While Drew Lock and Austin Allen are expected to achieve the feat again in 2017, the likes of Jacob Eason and Shea Patterson could make a leap.
SEC teams have quite a few talented receivers returning to the fold in 2017. So who are the five best pass-catchers in the conference?
Alabama has talent in numbers. Florida needs someone to throw the ball to its talent. And the talent is developing at Missouri and South Carolina.
To avoid cementing the SEC's reputation as a QB wasteland, its coaches must get production from a 2017 group loaded with playmakers and experience.
What's on the docket for discussion at the annual SEC spring meetings? Graduate transfers, alcohol sales at stadiums, larger staff sizes and more.
With odds for college football team win totals recently released in Las Vegas, here are predictions for the SEC East teams.
The SEC East has an impressive crop of first-year players coming in, including top recruit Trey Smith at Tennessee.
Florida and Tennessee are off to fast starts in the spring as 2018 recruiting classes begin to take shape.
Early official visits mean less real personal time to build relationships with prospects and their families for SEC coaches.
Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer
Barry Odom sounds pleased about the health of his team coming out of spring. Not as banged up as some schools around the country and doesn't expect many interruptions when it comes to getting guys in for fall practice. Had some guys get banged up late, like DE Marcell Frazier, but he'll be back and healthy in June.
Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer
Missouri coach Barry Odom says that he isn't sure if the new early signing period will be a positive or negative for his program, but does like the idea of the actual early signing date. It will let staffs know who is truly serious about their commitments to schools. However, he doesn't like the idea of spring official visits. Totally changes the recruiting calendars and could interfere with academics, especially high school finals
Here are seven names to keep an eye on in the SEC East this summer, including Georgia's Isaiah Wilson who could be counted on sooner rather than later.