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Auburn's Kamryn Pettway ranks high among 2018 NFL running back prospects. Seven of the top-10 players at the position hail from the SEC.
Alabama is off to a slow but quality start and LSU is among the nation's leaders as the SEC West recruiting classes begin to form.
Early official visits mean less real personal time to build relationships with prospects and their families for SEC coaches.
Among the new faces who could impact the SEC West will be defensive linemen expected to help Alabama and Texas A&M replace departed stars.
Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer
Auburn coach Gus Malzahn says he expects WR Kyle Davis to be back with the team this summer after missing all spring with what Malzahn said was for "personal business." Davis recently posted a photo of Auburn's campus. "We expect him back with us fairly soon. That's probably best way to answer that right now."
Alabama hopes to see WR Robert Foster finally emerge, but most of the players who made big strides in the West in spring are on defense.
With spring practices finished, we take a look at how each SEC West team fared as we head into the summer.
Auburn quarterback Woody Barrett, a third-year sophomore who didn't play last season and saw limited time in the Tigers' spring game, says he's transferring.
Auburn hopes to rekindle its deep passing game with Jarrett Stidham at quarterback and Nate Craig-Myers emerging as a downfield threat.
Alabama's secondary and LSU's passing attack highlight areas where improvement is needed before the season kicks off.
Many of the Class of 2017's top prospects were already on campus for spring football. After their performances, players like FSU's Cam Akers could already be prepared to start.
Florida is making a move within the SEC with Felipe Franks at quarterback as LSU's Ed Orgeron handles a weak spring effort from his offense.
There was a lot of sleeper value in some late SEC draft picks, as 23 players from the conference were taken during the final four rounds.
Spring practice didn't dramatically change the landscape of the SEC, but a few developments might have opened the door for competition with Alabama.
John Keim ESPN Staff Writer
The Redskins selected Auburn corner Joshua Holsey with the 235th pick. Holsey switched from safety. At 5-foot-9, 190 pounds corner is a better fit. He suffered two ACL tears early in his college career but played all last season. He ran the 40 in 4.43 seconds.
Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer
It looks like the Cardinals may have found the cornerback they were looking for in this year's draft. Rudy Ford, who Arizona traded into the sixth round to draft, said the Cardinals talked to him about playing cornerback. When Ford converted from a running back to defensive back in 2013, he played cornerback. Over the last three seasons, Ford also played safety and nickel but said he trained as a cornerback this offseason.