It was another incredible year of recruiting in the SEC. More than one-third (117 prospects) of the ESPN 300 signed with SEC schools. The conference also signed 12 of the 20 five-star prospects, and 218 four-star prospects.
about 104 days ago | Derek Tyson | NCF On The Trail
Across the SEC and the Power 5 conferences as a whole, there were several coaching changes made after national signing day. Once a recruit has signed his letter of intent, he is bound to the school he signed with.
about 106 days ago | Derek Tyson | NCF On The Trail
There is only one new face among SEC head coaches this year -- Florida's Jim McElwain -- but a number of the league's head honchos face increased pressure to perform in 2015. Continuing this week's SEC series of post-signing day roundtable discussions, today we'll examine the conference coaches who are under pressure to make something happen after signing their newest class of recruits.
about 107 days ago | ESPN.com staff | NCF On The Trail
The National Letter of Intent that more than 2,000 recruits signed last week is in no way a contract between player and coach. The paperwork offers no guarantee the coach will stick around even one more day.
No. 2 defensive end CeCe Jefferson's father expressed disappointment via Twitter over changes on Florida's coaching stuff. National recruiting analysts Tom Luginbill and Craig Haubert address Jefferson's status in the Gators' 2015 class.
Give Jim McElwain this: He appears to have the closing gene. After a late start and a major game of catch-up for Florida's brand new staff, McElwain & Co. were able to finish stronger than most expected in this staff's first recruiting season in Gainesville.
about 112 days ago | Edward Aschoff | NCF On The Trail