Friday, January 28, 2011
SEC lunch links
By ESPN.com staff
Our regular Friday cruise around the league:
- Cecil Newton is setting up a workout for media to come watch his son, Cam Newton, show off his skills after working with quarterback coach George Whitfield.
- Friendship with Onterio McCalebb helps Auburn land top tight end prospect Brandon Fulse.
- LSU lands a top defensive tackle prospect Mickey Johnson of Covington, La. He's rated by ESPN as the No. 11 defensive tackle prospect in the country. The Tigers now have 22 commitments for the 2011 class.
- An attorney for the family of deceased Ole Miss player Bennie Abram is considering filing a $10 million lawsuit against Ole Miss, and the Lanier Law Firm in Houston, Texas is investigating Abram's death. He died last February during conditioning drills.
- Former Tennessee tight end Luke Stocker is confident in the ability of his former teammate at Tennessee, Aaron Douglas, who recently signed with Alabama out of junior college and will get a shot as the Crimson Tide's starting left tackle next season.
- The big-name coaches are turning out to see linebacker Lamar Dawson, one of the top prospects in the state of Kentucky.
- Top offensive line prospect Antonio Richardson of Nashville, Tenn., says he can't go wrong in the SEC.
- Florida hopes to make the most of its final recruiting weekend.