Best of the college football recruiting visits: SEC

Despite four SEC teams having bye weeks and LSU playing a home game in which it wasn't allowed to host any visitors, there were still several key games for prospects to attend this weekend. Some of the visitors posted videos while others sent out photos of their experience on social media. Here’s a closer look at the top sights and sounds from the weekend:

The 126th-ranked player in the ESPN Junior 300, quarterback Jake Fromm visited Alabama for its 27-14 win over Arkansas on Saturday, but before the game even started, the 6-foot-2, 215-pound signal caller gave his verbal commitment to coach Nick Saban. The addition of Fromm gives the Crimson Tide eight commits in the 2017 class, including seven who are ranked in the ESPN Junior 300.

Three-star wide receiver Javon McKinley took his official visit to Tennessee to watch the Volunteers make an impressive comeback against Georgia on Saturday afternoon. McKinley tweeted out a photo of himself along with other family members before the game. He also posted a video of an excited Tennessee fan trying to rush the field after the exciting win, before being tackled by security personnel.

In addition to McKinley, Tennessee hosted other top prospects including the No. 1-ranked wide receiver in the country, Kyle Davis. The four-star prospect posed for a picture with 2017 safety prospect Stuart Head. Davis has a top three of Auburn, Tennessee and Georgia, so this was a very important visit for the talented pass-catcher.

The 12th-ranked prospect in the ESPN Junior 300, wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones, was also in attendance for the Tennessee game and tweeted out his thoughts on the atmosphere at Neyland Stadium.

ESPN 300 offensive tackle Tramonda Moore took his official visit to Missouri this weekend. Despite the Tigers' 21-3 loss to Florida on Saturday, it appeared that the 155th-ranked player in the ESPN 300 enjoyed his trip to Columbia. Moore tweeted out a photo of himself posing with Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel.

ESPN 300 wide receiver and local product A.J. Brown visited Mississippi State on Saturday for its 45-17 win over Troy. The Starkville native took a photo from his view from the stands at the game.