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Playing in the SEC means dealing with pressure, but some players feel that tension more than others. Here are the SEC East players under the most.
Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer
With the additions of Ja'Juan Seider and Corey Bell to help Randy Shannon the Gators now have nearly 50 years of south Florida coaching at the high school, collegiate and professional level among the three. Seider and Bell have more than two decades of south Florida high school experience combined, giving Florida's staff even more experience with talent in that area of the country
Randy Shannon, Ja'Juan Seider and Corey Bell bring nearly 50 years of South Florida coaching at the high school, college and pro levels to UF's staff.
Let's take a look at which SEC teams made the most impressive -- and intriguing -- hires of the offseason.
Three October games against LSU, Texas A&M and Georgia will likely make or break Florida's East -- and College Football Playoff -- hopes.
Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer
ESPN 300 offensive tackle Penei Sewell is part of another talented group of prospects in Utah this year. Sewell took an unofficial visit to USC this weekend and also holds offers from Florida, LSU, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon, UCLA and others.
The Gators' late rally in recruiting filled some critical needs at key positions on their defense.
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A quartet of Florida Gators defenders -- cornerbacks Teez Tabor and Quincy Wilson, linebacker Jarrad Davis and defensive tackle Caleb Brantley -- round out the final 15 spots.
Running back Malik Davis was only a three-star prospect, but his high school production suggests he could be the kind of playmaker the Gators need.
Last season's SEC running backs featured some surprising standouts, many of whom are poised for another big effort in 2017.
This spring, hundreds of NFL draft hopefuls will try to impress pro scouts after successful college careers. But who are the 10 most impossible-to-replace players?
SEC's dominance starts on the D-Line
The SEC was the home of defensive linemen this past season as Myles Garrett and Jonathan Allen are projected as top picks. Derek Barnett and Caleb Brantley have first-round grades, too.
Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer
Florida head coach Jim McElwain announced position assignments of his three new assistant coaches and changes to a pair of current assistants. Chris Rumph will now be Co-Defensive Coordinator/DL coach. Tim Skipper is moving from RBs coach to LBs coach. Corey Bell is officially DBs coach. Ja'Juan Seider is officially RBs coach. And Brad Davis is officially OL coach
With Minkah Fitzpatrick back after leading the SEC in picks in 2016, Alabama looks to have the best defensive backfield in the SEC as spring arrives.
Alabama and LSU rank at the top among the SEC's defensive front sevens, while Auburn and Georgia also bring back some talent.
With three starters returning and high-level recruits arriving, Alabama maintain its spot the front of the line, despite losing Cam Robinson.
A look at the SEC's pass-catching groups heading into spring practice.
The Gators certainly have quarterback issues, and they will be sending a stream of star defensive players to the NFL. But guess what? They could win the national title next postseason.
On national signing day, Florida put much of its focus on the defensive side of the ball, with ESPN 300 safety Brad Stweart expected to be a big help.
Alabama has an explosive one-two punch in the backfield. So does Georgia, when both are healthy. But LSU might have the best SEC back of them all.