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SEC lunchtime links

December, 10, 2013
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We're still 11 days from the first bowls, but that doesn't mean we can't talk about them. Here's some bowl chatter – and some other stuff – from across the SEC.

Under Armour game storylines: SEC 

December, 5, 2013
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The seventh annual Under Armour All-America Game is less than a month away. The 2014 game, which is set for 4 p.m. ET Jan. 2 at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. on ESPN, features 90 of the top high school football prospects in the country. Practices begin Dec. 29.

Leonard Fournette
Alex Scarborough/ESPNNo. 1 Leonard Fournette is one of several five-star prospects who haven't made a commitment.
As is usually the case, the SEC will be well represented. Here are some of the storylines:

Year of dominance: The top 15 prospects in the ESPN 300 are all scheduled to take part. That means that all 13 five-star prospects in the class will be competing, including No. 1 Leonard Fournette (New Orleans/Saint Augustine). All told, 28 of the top 30 prospects in the ESPN 300 are on an UA All-America roster.

SEC leads the way: It comes without surprise that the SEC has the most committed prospects taking part, with 34. The Big Ten and ACC have 13 each, the Big 12 has three and the Pac-12 has two. Notre Dame has five commits in the game.

The SEC West alone has 25.

DawgNation on the radio

February, 19, 2013
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The Georgia Bulldogs coaching staff has been busy working on the Class of 2014, and even the Class of 2015. UGA hosted a junior day Saturday and offered several top sophomores in the last week. On Tuesday morning, DawgNation joined ESPN’s Athens, Ga., affiliate 960 The Ref to talk about recruiting and more. Some of the topics discussed were:
  • How did the Bulldogs’ do on their junior day?
  • Were there any silent commitments?
  • Who are the new prospects that Georgia offered?
  • Does Georgia have a chance with the top out-of-state players?

Listen to the show here.

Richt does homework, offers 2014 CB 

February, 16, 2013
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Camden County (Ga.) High School is a powerhouse program in south Georgia. And if Mark Richt has his way it will be a pipeline of talent to his Bulldogs. He already has quarterback Brice Ramsey and offensive utility man J.J. Green as early enrollees for the Class of 2013.


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Green, Smith among '14 CBs to watch 

October, 24, 2012
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ATHENS, Ga. -- As Georgia closes out its 2013 recruiting class, the Bulldogs coaching staff is hitting the road and the film room to evaluate the next crop of talented recruits. A few offers have already gone out to some members of the Class of 2014, but each week new names emerge.

We are going to take a position-by-position look at a number of the 2014 prospects whose profile pages you may want to add to your favorites. Here is a look at the cornerbacks Georgia has offered or has on its radar.

Needs: 2-3. Committed: none

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