With signing day still several months away, schools will add and in some cases lose committed prospects. Here is a look at the best and worst case scenario for each SEC school.
Alex Scarborough discusses whether the recent arrests of Alabama football players Tyren Jones, Jonathan Taylor and Geno Smith indicate the school has an issue with how it handles student-athletes accused of breaking the law.
National recruiting coordinator Craig Haubert joins Phil Murphy to breaks down top position groups and invitees to Nike's The Opening from the recent regional camp in New Orleans.
Alabama running back Tyren Jones has been dismissed from the program after being arrested on a marijuana charge, the third arrest of a Crimson Tide football player in four days.
On offense, Kenyan Drake's return to the field is a bright spot for the Crimson Tide heading into the season.
It looks like Alabama and LSU are set to do battle again for the top 2016 prospects in Louisiana and bordering states.
The Tide's schedule while working with inexperience on offense and in the secondary leaves the door open in the SEC West.
NEW ORLEANS -- March has been kind to 2017 running back Cordarrian Richardson of Memphis Trezevant. The sophomore is quickly becoming a household name on the national recruiting trail.
Alabama coach Nick Saban would not apologize for signing Jonathan Taylor, but he did say Monday that he was "very, very sorry for the way this worked out."
From indecision at Ohio State to the off-field issues at Alabama and Michigan to a new approach at Texas, here are the 10 biggest developments this spring.
It was a tough weekend for Alabama, as two players were arrested and one was dismissed from the team.
1dDerek Tyson and Gerry Hamilton
BRADENTON, Fla. -- There were several ESPN Junior 300 members on hand at the IMG7v7 Southeast Regional Championship this weekend on the campus of IMG Academy.
Alex Scarborough discusses the Crimson Tide's decision to dismiss defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor after he was arrested on domestic violence charges in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Alabama Crimson Tide defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor has been dismissed from the team after he was arrested again on domestic violence charges in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
After Alabama gave Jonathan Taylor a "second chance," he needed all of 80 days on campus to blow it. Never mind that Taylor should have never been on Alabama's campus to begin with.
NEW ORLEANS -- When you have some of the best defensive linemen in the nation in attendance at an event like the New Orleans Opening regional, you expect a lot of great one-on-one battles.