Some of what's making headlines around the SEC:
Arkansas offensive coordinator Garrick McGee, who was in play for a couple of head-coaching jobs, is set to get a pay raise that will take his salary to $425,000 annually, reports The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
Auburn commitments Tre Mason and Devaunte Sigler have big designs in helping the Tigers.
Held in limbo by NCAA Clearinghouse issues, LSU running back commitment Kenny Hilliard enrolled in school Wednesday and will be able to participate in spring practice.
Package deals are nothing new to recruiting in the SEC.
Ohio State confirms that former Florida running backs coach/recruiting coordinator Stan Drayton has been hired to coach the Buckeyes' receivers.
A.J. Green and Julio Jones are still at the head of the class, writes David Paschall of The Chattanooga Times Free Press.
Marc Weiszer of The Athens Banner-Herald updates the targets left on Georgia's recruiting board.
Switching from tackle to guard this week at the Senior Bowl, Alabama's James Carpenter is earning plenty of praise.