Kentucky on top of SEC yet again
Originally Published: November 17, 2011By Mike LaPlante | ESPN Recruiting Nation
Here's a team-by-team breakdown of the SEC's 2012 recruiting classes after the early signing period. Archie Goodwin (Little Rock, Ark./Sylvan) is a big guard who was made for the dribble-drive offense, while Alex Poythress (Clarksville, Tenn./Northeast) is a physical specimen who should be able to adjust quickly to the college game. Willie Cauley (Spearville, Kan./Olathe Northwest) is athletic as they come for someone 6-foot-10 and could end up as the best prospect in the Wildcats' class. Braxton Ogbueze (Charlotte, N.C./Montrose Christian) is a dynamic point guard who can run a team while also being a scoring threat. Michael Frazier (Tampa, Fla./Montverde Academy) is a shooting guard with a great stroke who will help open up driving lanes, and Dillon Graham (Orlando, Fla./First Academy) is a long-range specialist who will keep defenses honest.
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