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 358 days ago | Derek Tyson | NCF On The Trail
The days of waiting for youngsters to make impact in college football are over. If you're a top freshman prospect, you're expected to come in and contribute. So much for slacking on your training before prom.
about 360 days ago | Edward Aschoff | NCF On The Trail
For years, Dan Mullen had to convince recruits. Have faith, he said to them on their visits and during meetings at their high schools. Never mind that Mississippi State had never finished higher than fourth in the SEC West since he took over the program in 2009.
about 365 days ago | Alex Scarborough | NCF On The Trail
It is down to the final weekend before national signing day, and there were some very important visitors over the weekend. Some were official visits, some were unofficial, and some were from top juniors around the country.
about 370 days ago | Derek Tyson | NCF On The Trail
With national signing day less than three weeks away, it is officially crunch time. There are only three recruiting weekends left for visits, and most schools plan to take full advantage of those available weekends.
about 386 days ago | Derek Tyson | NCF On The Trail
Despite being the No. 1 team in the College Football Playoff rankings, Mississippi State is still viewed by many as a Cinderella team, a team that has had a special season but will probably return to the pack.
about 450 days ago | Derek Tyson | NCF On The Trail
Every year the Alabama-LSU game is one of most highly anticipated games of the year. The two teams, for the most part, have been the most dominant teams in the SEC West. With Auburn's success the past two years and the emergence of Ole Miss and Mississippi State, the competitive division is arguably the toughest in college football.
about 456 days ago | Derek Tyson | NCF On The Trail