Monday, April 8, 2013
RecruitingNation links: SEC edition
By ESPN.com staff
From David Ching : Among the observations from Georgia’s G-Day was an offense that didn’t quite click and a defense that has found some young and ready contributors.
From Radi Nabulsi : G-Day brought some big-name recruits to Athens and the Bulldogs made the most of it.
From Michael DiRocco : Among the observations from Florida’s Orange & Blue game was the emergence of several young stars in the making.
From Derek Tyson : Capped by the addition of running back Dalvin Cook, the Gators’ spring game weekend turned into a successful recruiting outing.
From Gary Laney: Senior linebacker Lamin Barrow is taking on an increased role on the field and as a leader with the departure of Kevin Minter.
More from Laney : With the Tigers losing at least two linebackers following the 2013 season, they are placing an emphasis on recruiting the position.
From Sam Khan Jr. : Even though he's already committed to Alabama, Texas and Texas A&M are charging hard after 2015 safety Deionte Thompson.
From Alex Scarborough: Alabama’s offense was pretty successful last season despite missing some big-play receivers. Now that DeAndrew White, Chris Black and Kenny Bell are back from injuries, the Tide’s offense could be even more explosive.
More from Scarborough: Nick Saban wasn’t impressed with the effort at the Tide’s first spring scrimmage.
From Greg Ostendorf: With Mekhi Brown, Alabama added another member to the 2015 recruiting class.