A look at five recruiting storylines from the SEC worth watching following spring football.
Asiantii Woulard, Ira Denson could see recruiting stock shoot through the roof after strong outings at the Orlando Nike Training Camp, writes Jamie Newberg.
Former All-Pro OL LeCharles Bentley impressed with how much improvement 2014 prospect K.C. McDermott has shown, writes Jamie Newberg.
After impressing at the Miami Nike Training Camp, Class of 2014 defensive back Al Harris Jr. has learned plenty from his NFL veteran father, writes Jamie Newberg
Not playing his sophomore year due to a transfer rule turned out to be a blessing in disguise for Watch List DE Tim Williams, writes Jamie Newberg.
Alabama tops a long list of great classes in the SEC.
Alabama commits pick the Tide while LSU commits like the Tigers. But both groups -- as well as targets from both teams -- are pumped for rematch
No. 1 safety prospect Landon Collins announced at the UA All-America Game that he'll attend Alabama, leading a half dozen commits who let the world in on their college of choice during Thursday's game.
LSU and Alabama, the nation's top two teams, will fight for national title as well as top prospects
Under Armour All-American safety Landon Collins is driven to be the best and his hard work is paying off
UA All-American OLB Ronnie Feist had a rough start, but now he's closing in on goals, including winning a state title.
Many of the nation's top prospects will be in Tuscaloosa for the LSU-Alabama game.
Oxford trio receives their Under Armour jerseys.
Michael Gordon proving he's worthy of nickname "Flash".
Mississippi DE Channing Ward receives his Under Armour jersey.
The state of Georgia, which has 55 of the 209 SEC commitments to date, is becoming an SEC hotbed.