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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Packers add to offense in early mock
Todd McShay projects the Packers will take advantage of a deep running back class, nabbing Georgia's Nick Chubb late in the first round. Chubb is an excellent back but is coming off a major knee injury. Way-too-early 2017 mock draft (Insider)
Hardman has coaching potential
Using Mark Schlabach's top 25, our college football writers chose a player from each team who they think could fill the role as head coach. Brian Bennett points out that though Mecole Hardman may be young, the freshman has the strong work ethic and football smarts necessary for coaching. Coach 'em up
After trying to stop the practice, SEC coaches now are ready to start participating in satellite camps after the NCAA rescinded its ban on them.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.
Back in 2006, Mark Richt's young Georgia team finished the season on a roll and used that momentum as a sprinboard into an 11-2 season in 2007.
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.
Mitchell is coolest story of the draft
Whether or not the Patriots' fourth-round pick, WR Malcolm Mitchell, makes their NFL roster remains to be seen. But while he was at Georgia, he overcame his problems with reading to write and self-publish a book. Ten draft takeaways
Highlights: Keith Marshall
Washington added a burner in Round 7, taking the former Georgia running back, who led all players in the 40-yard dash at the combine. Check out some of Marshall's best highlights.
Highlights: John Theus
With their second fifth-round pick in four slots, the 49ers grabbed the former Georgia O-lineman. Check out some of Theus' best highlights.
Highlights: Malcolm Mitchell
The Patriots nabbed the former Georgia wide receiver with the 112th overall pick. Check out some of Mitchell's best highlights.
Highlights: Jordan Jenkins
The Jets opted for Jenkins, an outside linebacker from Georgia, with the 83rd overall pick. Check out some of Jenkins' best highlights here.
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.
Floyd finds home in Windy City
Here's hoping Leonard Floyd enjoyed his visit to Chicago this week, it's now his permanent home after the Bears selected him at No. 9. GM Ryan Pace pulled expert draft maneuvering to get his man. Best/riskiest picks of Round 1 (Insider)
The SEC had the most first-rounders, but their streak of top-five picks ended and national champ Alabama surprisingly had just one first-day pick.
It's no surprise that Alabama and LSU appear to be the strongest up front on defense in the SEC at this point.
McShay scouting report: Leonard Floyd
Get to know the newest Bear, No. 9 overall pick Leonard Floyd. Todd McShay breaks down the former Georgia linebacker, whom Chicago traded up to select.
Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer
Bears trade up to land some speed with Leonard Floyd. Very high ceiling as a pass rusher for Vic Fangio's defense. 4.6 guy. Athletic. Could make an impact as a situational edge rusher during his rookie season. Bears filled a need here. Get faster on defense.
Bio Blast: Leonard Floyd
Chicago jumped up two spots to select Leonard Floyd out of Georgia. Floyd is the first Georgia LB selected in the first round since 2013.