SEC: Kentavius Street

Most important targets: SEC 

December, 10, 2013
Evaluating the most important recruiting targets for each school in the SEC for the Class of 2014:

CB Marlon Humphrey (Hoover, Ala./Hoover)
6-foot, 180 pounds
ESPN 300 rank: 9
The Crimson Tide have already put together the No. 1-ranked class in the country, and adding a playmaker such as Humphrey would cement their status as the top recruiting class for the 2014 cycle. Humphrey is an athletic cornerback who has great size and would be a natural fit in coach Nick Saban's system. FSU is also in the picture for the five-star defensive back, and Alabama will have to fight to keep this electric playmaker from leaving the state.

SEC recruiting storylines: Oct. 24 

October, 24, 2013
Taking a look back at the week that was in the SEC recruiting and looking ahead as teams build toward signing day, here is a peek at some of the top SEC recruiting storylines.

Nation's No. 4 to see Tuscaloosa

The nation's No. 4 prospect overall, Da'Shawn Hand (Woodbridge, Va./Woodbridge High), will make his official visit to Alabama this weekend after tripping to favorite Michigan in September. The 6-foor-4, 262-pound five-star will also officially visit Florida on Nov. 8 before announcing his decision on Nov. 14 at his high school.

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RecruitingNation links: SEC edition

May, 8, 2013
From Radi Nabulsi Insider: Several top Georgia prospects came to win championships at the state track meet. While there, they saw their recruiting stock accelerate.

From Kipp Adams Insider: ESPN 150 defensive end Kentavius Street has had some recent visits change his thinking, and he’s rethinking his leaderboard.

From Gary Laney: A look at the five LSU games that will be the toughest to get a ticket to this fall.

From Sam Khan Jr. Insider: Class of 2015 running back Rodney Anderson, who already has six offers, is the rare player who started for a powerhouse as a freshman.

TideNation mailbag Insider: Opening up the mailbag to check out who, regardless of position, would be the top players on Alabama’s recruiting board.

From Greg Ostendorf Insider: 2014 quarterback Malik Rosier has already been visited by UA offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier, and is seeing more offers roll in.

From Alex Scarborough Insider: Breaking down the offensive line following spring practice.