The college football season is quickly approaching, but there is still a lot of recruiting action happening around the SEC. Here is a closer look at some of the hot topics throughout the conference:3-star ATH set to announce on SaturdayThree-star athlete Kevin Shorter (Newton, Texas/Newton) is set to announce his college decision on Saturday.
Georgia coach Mark Richt would have loved to name a starting QB this spring, but it wasn't in the cards.
The SEC was beaten out by the Pac-12 and ACC as far as first-round draft picks are concerned, but seven of the conference's players were picked.
The St. Louis Rams selected Todd Gurley with the 10th overall pick of the NFL draft, making the former Georgia star the first running back taken in the first round since 2012.
Who are the best bets from the SEC to make a quick impact at the next level? Let's break it down.
Big Ten coaches are sauntering into SEC territory with these camps, and the Georgia coach expects his league to address it at its upcoming meetings.
A look at the top incoming freshmen in the SEC East who will be joining their schools this summer
After several seasons of watching this year's draft crop play each week in college, Chris Low names three players who will outperform their draft projections and three who will underperform them.
Florida State, LSU, Georgia and Ohio State have a shot at knocking off the Crimson Tide
Todd Gurley's potential made him a Heisman candidate and Mel Kiper's No. 1 running back. But the former Georgia star learned long ago that potential alone guarantees you nothing.
The NFL draft is days away, and many of the top 2016 recruits compare favorably to the prospects who are hoping to hear their names called early Thursday.
Terry Goodwin decided to trade his helmet in for some shin guards earlier this week when he was allowed to play goalie for his high school team.
The newly minted No. 1 player isn't likely to make his college decision until the Under Armour All-American Game or signing day.