Only four out of 44 ESPN 300 wide receivers are currently committed to SEC schools. Which teams have work left to do?
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In 2006, coach Gary Pinkel and QB Chase Daniel were beginning a run that would see the Tigers win Big 12 North Division titles in 2007 and 2008.
After trying to stop the practice, SEC coaches now are ready to start participating in satellite camps after the NCAA rescinded its ban on them.
Though Alabama is off to a tremendous start, Georgia isn't far behind with eight commits, including six ranked in the ESPN 300.
Some SEC East schools need running back prospects more desperately than others. Where does each stand with returning and potential incoming backs?
The SEC, which boasts the reigning national champion (Alabama), led the way again with 51 total NFL draft picks, besting the Big Ten (47).
Of the 51 SEC players drafted by NFL teams over the weekend, 25 were ranked in the ESPN 300 or the ESPN JC 100.
Highlights: Kentrell Brothers
The Vikings grabbed the former Missouri linebacker in Round 5. Check out some of Brothers' best highlights.
Highlights: Connor McGovern
The Broncos grabbed the former Missouri guard early in Round 5. Check out some of McGovern's best highlights.
Highlights: Evan Boehm
The Cardinals grabbed the Missouri product with a pick late in Round 4. Check out some of Boehm's best highlights.
The Border War ceasefire must end
Kansas and Missouri had a thriving rivalry that went back to the 19th century. Then conference realignment ruined a great thing. Both athletic directors are friendly, and there's hope the game will return. Rivalries that should be back on the schedule
Les Miles might have his best collection of secondary talent at LSU and that's saying a lot; Alabama and Florida boast talent on the back end, too.
It's no surprise that Alabama and LSU appear to be the strongest up front on defense in the SEC at this point.
A look at some of the names you might hear called from the podium this time next year.
Next in our post-spring position rankings is the offensive line. Can any school challenge the combination of depth and talent Alabama enjoys?
Not everything crystallized in the spring; Florida and Georgia will trot out new QBs, and Tennessee will hope Joshua Dobbs is ready to break out.
Quarterbacks Luke Del Rio, Jacob Eason, Joshua Dobbs and Drew Barker each took steps this spring, either to become starters or to reach the next level.
With practice officially over, it's time for our post-spring position rankings. We continue our series with the wide receivers and tight ends.
There's plenty of uncertainty at the quarterback spot in the SEC East, with heavyweights Georgia and Florida among those not having named a starter.
LSU and Tennessee lead the pack in our post-spring analysis of SEC runners.
How does the QB position look after the spring games? We examine all 14 SEC teams and see where they stand heading into the fall.
Which programs need to jump start their recruiting? Missouri and new coach Barry Odom need to keep up in always competitive SEC.
Oh Brothers, where art thou?
Probably in Round 2 or 3, according to our Mel Kiper, Jr. Kentrell Brothers is a guy who sees the field better than most, and he may play at a Day 1 level despite being picked on Day 2. Kiper's favorite players (Insider)
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