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Wednesday, January 16, 2013
2013 SEC early enrollees

By Chris Low

With the new semesters having started or getting ready to start across the SEC, all 14 schools will welcome some early enrollees to campus.

Typically, these are freshmen who graduated high school early or junior college transfers. The benefit of enrolling at midterm is being able to go through spring practice.

Georgia leads the way in the SEC with 13 early enrollees. Alabama has nine, and Florida and Texas A&M each have eight.

Getting a head start can be key for those players -- both freshmen and junior college transfers -- that schools are counting on to make an immediate impact. Alabama's T.J Yeldon and Amari Cooper, Georgia's Keith Marshall, Florida's Antonio Morrison, LSU's Vadal Alexander and Ole Miss' Pierce Burton were all early enrollees last year.

Here’s a school-by-school look at the 2013 early enrollees:

ALABAMA
ARKANSAS
AUBURN
FLORIDA
GEORGIA
KENTUCKY
LSU
MISSISSIPPI STATE
MISSOURI (Scheduled to enroll next week)


OLE MISS
SOUTH CAROLINA
TENNESSEE
TEXAS A&M
VANDERBILT