Now that signing day is over and the fax machine is allowed another 364 days of rest, it's time to look back on who did the most on the recruiting trail in the SEC. It's important to note that this is not purely a rank of who had the best class.
about 1871 days ago | Alex Scarborough | On The Trail: Southeast Region
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 1871 days ago | Edward Aschoff | Florida Gators
Signing day 2014 is less than 50 days away, and verbal commitments are about to start picking up. That's why RecruitingNation is getting a leg up on predicting where uncommitted ESPN 300 prospects will land.
And just like that, national signing day is a day away. The future is almost here, folks, so here's one last recruiting scorecard for the 2014 recruiting season. As of Tuesday, seven SEC teams rank in the top 10 of ESPN's recruiting class rankings.
about 1873 days ago | Edward Aschoff | NCF On The Trail
Christmas came early Tuesday for LSU, Ohio State, South Carolina and Penn State, as four of the top 100 football recruits in the country committed in a flurry of activity normally only seen around national signing day.
about 1922 days ago | Jeremy Crabtree | NCF On The Trail