SEC East's recruiting landscape shifting

Despite its national title, Florida is hardly a shoo-in to have the top 2009 recruiting class in the SEC East, writes Tom Luginbill.

Originally Published: January 26, 2009
By Tom Luginbill | Scouts Inc.

The East has been the most consistent, toughest portion of the SEC for a few years now -- especially with Kentucky, Vanderbilt and South Carolina becoming competitive on the gridiron. The question is: Can the East outpace the West right now with the likes of Houston Nutt at Ole Miss, Bobby Petrino at Arkansas and new faces at Auburn and Mississippi State?

Obviously the East is home to national champion Florida and perennial power Georgia, but will Lane Kiffin have Tennessee back in contention ...

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