SEC: Jerrell Priester
The weekend is only hours away, so enjoy some end-of-the week SEC links as you chomp down on your last bag lunch.
- Backup cornerback Jerrell Priester leaves Kentucky's football program.
- Arkansas is moving closer to reaching its fundraising goal for a football operations center.
- Walk-on senior punter David Lerner is fighting for Florida's starting spot at punter, despite being diagnosed with Crohn's Disease in July.
- Auburn's Barrett Trotter welcomes the added responsibility of being the Tigers' starting quarterback.
- Alabama coach Nick Saban discusses improper recruiting allegations toward assistants Jeff Stoutland and Joe Pannunzio during their time at Miami.
- Shawn Williams is stepping up in a big way for Georgia with safety Jakar Hamilton out for the season with an ankle injury.
- Bad weather prompts Vanderbilt coach James Franklin to make a claim for the Commodores to get their own indoor practice facility.
- Mississippi State has had success utilizing athletes on the field with multiple skill sets.
- Tennessee is dealing with a nicked-up running back group as preseason practice draws to a close.
- Freshman Brandon Shell is showing more progress on South Carolina's offensive line.
- LSU center P.J. Lonergan is a big reason for the Tigers' offensive line strength.
August, 23, 2010
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
Making the rounds in the SEC:
- The Murrays, the newest royal family of Georgia football, are believers, writes Steve Hummer of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
- Defensive lineman Chris Mayes of Griffin, Ga., becomes Georgia's 16th verbal commitment for the 2011 class. ESPN rates the 6-5, 300-pound Mayes as the No. 23 defensive tackle prospect in the country.
- Depth problems aren't going away for Tennessee and first-year coach Derek Dooley.
- Alabama's Chance Warmack follows Mike Johnson's model at left guard.
- Southern Miss coach Larry Fedora backs off his bold prediction that the Golden Eagles are going to beat South Carolina, writes Travis Haney of The Charleston Post and Courier.
- Ole Miss should benefit from a soft schedule, writes Rick Cleveland of The Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
- Florida's Will Hill is ready to step into a starting role in the Gators' secondary.
- Kentucky freshman cornerback Jerrell Priester has big goals and may end up playing a big role for the Wildcats this season.
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