SEC lunch links
July, 3, 2012
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
Seeing what all is out there in SEC land:
- College football needs a little gun control, writes Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News.
- LSU lands a commitment from tight end DeSean Smith of Lake Charles, La. The 6-4, 225-pound Smith is an ESPN 150 prospect and ranked as the No. 4 tight end prospect in the country.
- Alabama is the new leader for five-star running back prospect Derrick Henry, who had previously committed to Georgia.
- South Carolina baseball coach Ray Tanner is being mentioned as a possible candidate to replace Eric Hyman as South Carolina's athletic director.
- Florida defensive end signee Dante Fowler gets clearance by the university's admissions office, but defensive tackle signee Dante Phillips is denied admission.
- Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray checks in at No. 14 on The Gainesville Sun's countdown of the SEC's 25 best players for the 2012 season.
- Alabama declined a request by Wisconsin to play a future home-and-home series, according to a report in The Wisconsin State Journal.
- Former Mississippi State quarterback signee Nick Schuessler is headed to Clemson.
- Missouri wakes up to new life in the SEC, writes Kent Babb of The Kansas City Star.
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