Most important SEC recruiting targets 

September, 17, 2013
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The Southeastern Conference already has one commitment from a top-10 player in the ESPN 300 (Cameron Robinson to Alabama), but the conference has a real possibility of landing the last six uncommitted top-10 prospects in the country. Here is a closer look at the top remaining recruiting targets in the SEC, by school:

Alabama
CB Marlon Humphrey (Hoover, Ala./Hoover)
6-foot, 180 pounds
ESPN 300 rank: 9

A case could certainly be made for Leonard Fournette in this position, but Alabama has talent and depth at running back and the Tide secondary surrendered 464 passing yards and five touchdowns to quarterback Johnny Manziel on Saturday. Humphrey is an athletic cornerback with great size. FSU is also very much in the picture for Humphrey, and Alabama will have to fight to keep this electric playmaker from leaving the state.

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