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.
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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.
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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.
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.
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All 8 QBs committed to SEC schools are ranked in the ESPN 300 including newcomers Hyatt Daulton (Arkansas), Mac Jones (Kentucky) and Myles Brennan (LSU). http://es.pn/1LnkyMt
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.
The Wildcats added another ESPN Junior 300 commitment in the Ohio safey prospect.
Kentucky's much-touted 2014 recruiting has yet to truly deliver on its promise, but is looking to this year to finally make its mark.
On most teams you can pinpoint a single position that can make the season. Today, we'll look at those make-or-break positions in the SEC East.
Kentucky returned to actionÂ Saturday for the annual Blue-White game, where Drew Barker asserted himself as the starting quarterback.
Will Wildcats finish last, again?
To say Kentucky football has struggled in the SEC would be an understatement. Over the last five seasons the Cats have only won 19 games (only six conference wins). Can Mark Stoops' team build off its back-to-back five-win seasons?
Watch: Kentucky spring game
The Wildcats look toward Year 4 under head coach Mark Stoops. In a conference with major QB indecision, having Drew Barker as the guy makes UK rare. Will he show the skills it will take to get the Wildcats to a bowl? Kickoff is scheduled for noon in Lexington. Live on SECN/WatchESPN
This Georgia Dog leads the pack
Better get out of Georgia's Nick Chubb's way when he carries the ball downfield. He leads the SEC with 8.1 yards per rush. Kentucky's Boom Williams follows by less than one yard, while Tennessee's Alvin Kamara and LSU's Leonard Fournette are tied for third 6.5 yards.
Wildcats itching for some road wins
Kentucky has it rough on the football field -- especially on the road. The Wildcats have yet to win a game in Tuscaloosa and when it comes to Tennessee, Florida and Missouri away games, you better ask your parents if they can remember back those wins.
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