Sure, Alabama's A-Day is one of the biggest April draws in the Heart of Dixie. But make no mistake, spring games at UAB and Troy also provide a window into a college-football-crazed state.
Miami's No. 1-rated 2018 class gained another big piece with the addition of ESPN 300 TE Will Mallory. Continue reading to see how bright the future of the TE position is in Coral Gables:What he brings: Mallory is a tall tight end with good athleticism and the ability to make plays in the passing game.
UCLA has secured its first ESPN 300 prospect for 2018 with the commitment of WR Kyle Philips. Here's what this Southern California pass-catcher will add to Jim Mora's offense:What he brings: Tremendous ball skills and a knack for getting open.
Baylor enters spring at a bit of a quarterback crossroads as the Bears' signal-callers adjust to a new offense and a new head coach.
Returning QB Jalen Hurts and freshman Tua Tagovailoa threw downfield with success in Alabama's spring game.
Miami is expected to contend for a Coastal Division crown behind an experienced defense, but questions at quarterback loom with Brad Kaaya gone.
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