Kentucky will have to replace five starters on defense in 2016, and its deep recruiting class should help address the need.
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Spring practice is just around the corner, so here is another batch of power rankings to enjoy before the 2016 season.
Now that we can fully digest signing day, it's time to look at how this year's haul in the SEC compared to the teams' past decade of recruiting.
The SEC accounts for five of the top 10 recruiting classes in the country and fully one third of the top 35.
Florida State got the top class, and Michigan got the most attention, but overall, the SEC blew away the competition on Wednesday.
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A number of members of the SEC's 2012 recruiting class slipped under the radar initially, but made their mark once they hit the field.
Taking a look back at the SEC's recruiting classes from 2012, re-grading and re-ranking how they fared.
Georgia's talented defensive backs will all returns next season as the Bulldogs' secondary led not only the SEC, but much of the nation.
Alabama's title run owed as much to its front seven as any part of the team; Florida won the East thanks to its; South Carolina failed up front.
Not surprisingly, national champ Alabama's group was the pick of the litter, with the O-lines of LSU and Arkansas rounding out the league's top three.
Kentucky, Missouri, South Carolina and Vanderbilt were home for the holidays. Which team is most likely to make an upward move?
The Wildcats notched their first win over a ranked team since 2010, and now they're hoping to break their losing streak against Florida.
The year-end SEC position rankings focus on wide receiver and tight end, where Ole Miss leads a group of talented pass-catchers.
We continue a series ranking SEC teams at each position group based on 2015 performance. Next up, the running backs.
We kick off a series ranking SEC teams at each position group based on 2015 performance. First up, the quarterbacks.
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