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Where will Prescott be picked?
Dak Prescott will offer value to the team that picks him late and stashes him on the bench for a few seasons. Prescott's college coach knows his QB demands respect of all his teammates. Coaches rank QB crop (Insider)
Breaking down the questions for each team in the SEC West that went unanswered during spring workouts this offseason.
During the SEC's spring season, we saw that the Ole Miss defensive line looks loaded and the Alabama defense will be tough to beat.
Next in our post-spring position rankings is the offensive line. Can any school challenge the combination of depth and talent Alabama enjoys?
Nick Fitzgerald seems to have the upper hand to be the Mississippi State quarterback, but watch out for Nick Tiano.
Chris Jones is a tantalizing talent
The Mississippi State product has ideal size and can wreak havoc on an offense. But, as Chris Low notes, he only played up to his potential in stretches for the Bulldogs. NFL draft risks
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The SEC has 34 ESPN 300 commitments in the initial release: Alabama 7, Georgia 6, Florida 4, Texas A&M 4, LSU 3, Auburn 2, Kentucky 2, Tennessee 2, Arkansas 1, Mississippi State 1, Ole Miss 1 and South Carolina 1.
Six of the seven teams in the SEC West entered spring with QB competitions. We check in to see where those battles stand coming out of spring.
With practice officially over, it's time for our post-spring position rankings. We continue our series with the wide receivers and tight ends.
Mississippi State's Fred Ross isn't always mentioned among the SEC's best receivers, but he should be if his production is any indication.
Colorado is still expecting Davis Webb to transfer there, coach Mike MacIntyre said, despite the QB reportedly talking to California, Auburn and Mississippi State.
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.
After months of evaluation, the NFL draft is here. And by relying on college film, we identify three who will surprise and three who will disappoint, relative to their draft positions.
Personnel losses in the West such as Derrick Henry and Dak Prescott have left major voids, while at other schools returning players need to step up.
Arkansas' Hjalte Froholdt, Tennessee's Jakob Johnson and Mississippi State's Justin Senior didn't grow up in areas where SEC football was king.
Jones flying under the NFL draft radar
Mississippi State's Chris Jones played only 1,052 snaps over the last two seasons. But couple his strength with his already-impressive production, and the sky's the limit for Jones. PFF's most underrated prospects (Insider)
Replacing Dak Prescott proving difficult
Of course, finding a replacement for a generational talent isn't going to be easy. Four players are vying for the role as signal-caller, and we won't know who wins until preseason camp. Spring ball roundup (Insider)
Mississippi State vs South Alabama Jaguars
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