SEC: Kendall Baker

Best SEC classes by position 

September, 10, 2013
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Top to bottom, the Southeastern Conference is recruiting better than any conference in the country. Thirteen of 14 SEC schools are ranked in the top 40 of the recruiting rankings, including six schools ranked in the top 10. Here's a closer look at which SEC school has the top recruiting classes at each position.

Quarterback
Strongest class: Alabama
This is the hardest position to determine who has the strongest class. Four of the top-five quarterbacks in the final Elite 11 rankings -- Sean White (Auburn), Kyle Allen (Texas A&M), Will Grier (Florida) and Jacob Park (Georgia) -- are committed to SEC schools. Alabama, however has the top-ranked quarterback, David Cornwell (Norman, Okla./Norman North) in the ESPN 300. The Under Armour All-American is the 32nd-ranked player in the nation. At 6-foot-5, 241-pounds, Cornwell has a big-time arm and ideal size for the position.

Running back

RecruitingNation links: SEC edition

February, 27, 2013
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DawgNation
From Radi Nabulsi Insider: Kendall Baker’s size and athleticism has him racking up offers from some big-name programs, but one team stands out.

From Kipp Adams Insider: Getting watch list defensive end Deondre Clark out of Oklahoma will be tough, but the Bulldogs’ early offer has them in great shape.

GatorNation
From Mike DiRocco: Florida had 10 players at the NFL combine. Some boosted their draft stock while others have work to do.

GeauxTigerNation
From Gary Laney Insider: Previewing the class of 2014 quarterbacks and running backs on LSU's wish list.

GigEmNation
From Sam Khan Jr. Insider: Breaking down the Aggies' defensive backfield heading into spring practice.

TideNation
From the TideNation staff Insider: Chris Low joins the TideNation staff to look at Alabama’s new coaches and how they will keep the recruiting machine rolling.

Robert Foster Q&A Insider: The elite WR signee talks about his decision to come to Alabama and how he plans to make a name for himself with the Tide.

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