Taking a look back at the week that was in SEC recruiting and looking ahead to future visits as teams build toward signing day:Aggies could make big splash SaturdayFive-star defensive end and No.
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.
Fans in the SEC are still trying to catch their breath after a wildly entertaining game between Alabama and Texas A&M. With that said, there are plenty of hot topics on the recruiting front throughout the SEC.
After a terrific start to the college football season with big games and potential momentum changing wins and performances, this weekend features the most hyped game yet -- Alabama at Texas A&M.
The spotlight rarely shines on the big guys in the heart of the offensive trenches, but guards and centers play a key role in the success of an offense.
HOMEWOOD, Ala. -- Jordan Sims has always been big. When he was born, he was 10 pounds, and 22 inches. A middle school growth spurt and time in the weight room has him at 6-foot-4, 334 pounds.
ATHENS, Ga. -- Tight end Ty Flournoy-Smith and fullback Zander Ogletree created some of the only headlines in an otherwise quiet week for Georgia’s football program.
Greg Ostendorf talks with Homewood (Ala.) offensive lineman Jordan Sims, who is quickly gathering offers from nearly every BCS conference. Sims discusses offers from in-state powers Alabama and Auburn.
Forgive offensive tackle Jordan Sims (Homewood, Ala./Homewood) if he seems rather stunned. He has had a busy afternoon. After returning from Auburn on Saturday -- where he picked up an offer from the Tigers -- he received a couple messages to call various coaches after school.