RecruitingNation links: SEC edition

April, 15, 2013
From David Ching: Taking a post-spring look at Georgia’s QBs, Aaron Murray is locked in for his final season, but behind him is where things get interesting.

More from Ching Insider: Hutson Mason has served admirably as the backup QB, but will have limited opportunities this fall to further prove himself and hold off future competitors Brice Ramsey and Christian Lemay.

From Michael DiRocco: Looking at the post-spring defensive depth chart, solidified cornerback and middle linebacker positions help the Gators while they try to answer questions at other spots.

From Derek Tyson Insider: Bryant Young’s resignation might not affect the Gators’ coaching staff, but his impact on the recruiting trail will be noticeable.

From Gary Laney Insider: LSU hosted an all-star recruiting cast at Saturday's scrimmage, led by RB Leonard Fournette, CB Jabrill Peppers and WR Malachi Dupre.

From Sam Khan Jr. Insider: A look at who Texas A&M will target in the spring evaluation period, which starts today.

From Alex Scarborough: Alabama visiting the White House is getting so routine that you wonder how Alabamans could have voted against President Obama. With three more years on the term, how many more times might the Tide stop by 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.?

From Greg Ostendorf Insider: President Obama is the leader of the free world and Nick Saban seems to be the leader of the college football world. When the two keep getting together, recruits take notice.



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