SEC: Bobby Humphrey
- Paul Finebaum has released his annual ranking of the SEC coaches, and Alabama's Nick Saban has replaced Florida's Urban Meyer at the top.
- Florida is now up to nine commitments for the 2011 class after receiver/defensive back Ja'Juan Story of Brooksville, Fla., said Monday he plans to sign with the Gators. The 6-3, 190-pound Story is the sixth ESPNU 150 prospect to commit to the Gators.
- Police say alcohol does not appear to have been a factor in Chad Jones' car accident last week.
- Maudrecus Humphrey, the son of former Alabama great Bobby Humphrey, won't be following in his father's footsteps at Alabama, but he will get a chance in the SEC ... at Arkansas.
- The rest of Florida's freshmen arrive on campus for summer school, including Ronald Powell, Sharrif Floyd and Dominique Easley.
- Receiver Todd Campbell leaves Tennessee's team.
Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
The 2009 College Football Hall of Fame ballot has been released, and 13 of the players are from SEC schools.
There are no SEC coaches on the ballot this year.
The FBS Hall of Fame class will be announced live on ESPNEWS at a noon press conference in New York City on April 30 and inducted at The National Football Foundation's annual awards dinner on Dec. 8, 2009, at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel.
The players from SEC schools on the ballot include Ole Miss fullback Billy Ray Adams (1959-61), LSU running back Charles Alexander (1975-78), Arkansas center Ronnie Caveness (1962-64), Auburn fullback Ed Dyas (1958-60), Tennessee receiver Willie Gault (1979-82), Alabama running back Bobby Humphrey (1985-88), Alabama linebacker Woodrow Lowe (1972-75), Tennessee defensive back Bobby Majors (1969-71), Auburn defensive tackle Ken Rice (1958-60), Georgia defensive back Jake Scott (1967-68), Tennessee receiver Larry Seivers (1974-76), South Carolina receiver Sterling Sharpe (1984-87) and Ole Miss offensive/defensive guard Marvin Terrell (1957-59).
Alexander, Humphrey and Rice are on the ballot for the first time.
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