We continue our breakdown of each position group in the SEC on Wednesday by looking at a group that might be low on name recognition but quite high -- and deep -- on talent. Mike Evans, Odell Beckham Jr.
about 905 days ago | Alex Scarborough | Texas A&M Aggies
Spring practice has concluded for all 14 SEC schools, meaning the start of preseason practice can't be too far away. But before we flip the page to summer workouts and the rest of the newcomers who'll be arriving in the coming months, let's take a look at those new faces on campus who made the biggest splashes this spring -- junior college transfers and early enrollee true freshmen.
LSU and Ole Miss will hold their spring games on Saturday, with six more teams set to play their games next Saturday. As spring practice winds to a close at many of the schools around the conference, let's take a look at some of today's headlines.
about 973 days ago | David Ching | Texas A&M Aggies
LSU running back signee Leonard Fournette was the No. 1 overall prospect in the country this year, according to ESPN. The fans in our SportsNation poll also believe he will be the top impact true freshman in the SEC next season.
about 1018 days ago | Chris Low | Texas A&M Aggies
Now that you've seen Chris' list of his top five freshmen for next season, I figured I'd give it a whirl and come up with my own list (in alphabetical order, of course): Lorenzo Carter, DE, Georgia: The Bulldogs needed help up front and got it in Carter, who can move to outside linebacker if needed.
about 1024 days ago | Edward Aschoff | Alabama Crimson Tide
Now that you've seen the national signing day hits and misses from the SEC West, it's time to take a look at how the East fared: FLORIDA Needs filled: With four starters gone from the secondary, Florida got right to work on their replacements by signing three ESPN 300 cornerback prospects, including early enrollees Jalen Tabor (five-star) and Duke Dawson.
about 1030 days ago | Edward Aschoff | Florida Gators
Now that the 2014 class is in the books it's time to take a look at which teams need to make a big splash in recruiting for the 2015 class. Below are five teams we feel have to perform well in recruiting to move forward and re-establish their programs among the college football elite.
about 1030 days ago | Tom Luginbill and Craig Haubert | NCF On The Trail