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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1200 on: March 11, 2017, 08:17:38 am »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC signed '17 Weak Side Defensive Ends

K'Lavon Chaisson   .9816  LS     Houston North Shore  #4 WDE, #5 TX, #37 US

Jarez Parks            .9556  Bama  Sebastian River         #7 WDE, #17 FL, #93 US

Robert Beal            .9496  UG     IMG Academy            #8 WDE, #11 FL, #105 US

Markaviest Bryant  .9221  AU     Crisp County             #14 WDE, #18 GA, #181 US

Chester Graves      .9082  OM    KC Park Hill               #16 WDE, #1 MO, #235 US

Chauncey Rivers     .8965  MS    "Last Chance U."      #1 JuCo WDE, #13 JuCo

Brad Johnson         .8929  SC     Pendleton                 #22 WDE, #3 SC, #312 US

LaTrell Bumphus     .8717  UT     Hardin County           #26 WDE, #12 TN, #462 US

Jordan Wright        .8706  UK     FtL Dillard                  #28 WDE, #64 FL, #475 US

Tyree Johnson       .8695  A&M   DC St. John's           #32 WDE, #4 DC, #492 US

Markel Winters       .8676  OM   Jones County CC       #4 JuCo WDE, #44 JuCo

Alex King               .8624  UK     Mason                     #38 WDE, #26 OH, #587 US

Aaron Odom         .8623  MS    Jackson Callaway      #39 WDE, #10 MS, #590 US

Montez Sweat       .8617  MS     Co-Lin CC                #5 JuCo WDE, #52 JuCo

Deandre Johnson  .8519  MS    Miami Southridge      #46 WDE, #102 FL, #785 US

Jalen Pinkney        .8506  VU     Norcross                 #47 WDE, #84 GA, #823 US

Chris Whitaker     .8385   UK  Chaminade-Madonna  #66 WDE, #160 FL, #1140 US

Chris Turner          .836    MU    Hammond              #69 WDE, #46 LA, #1196 US

Ryder Anderson    .8331  OM    Katy                        #71 WDE, #171 TX, #1264 US
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1201 on: March 14, 2017, 12:06:43 pm »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC signeded '17 Strong Side DE's

LaBryan Ray          .9865  Bama  Madison James Clemens  #1 SDE, #1 AL, #26 US

Isaiah Buggs          .9551  Bama  Mississippi Gulf Coast CC  #1 JuCo SDE, #2 JuCo

Zachary Carter      .9382   UF     Tampa Hillsborough         #3 SDE, #23 FL, #127 US

Malik Herring         .9328   UG     Forsyth Mary Persons    #4 SDE, #15 GA, #148 US

MJ Webb               .908    SC      Morgan County             #8 SDE, #24 GA, #237 US

Joshua Pascal       .9028   UK     Olney Good Counsel     #11 SDE, #6 MD, #264 US

Javon Kinlaw         .8979   SC    Jones County JC           #2 JuCo SDE, #11 JuCo

Micheal Clemons   .8787   A&M  Cisco College               #3 JuCo SDE, #23 JuCo

Aaron Sterling       .8748   SC  Stone Mt. Stephenson   #17 SDE, #46 GA, #442 US

Justin Thomas       .8681   LS     Spanish Fort              #19 SDE, #25 AL, #511 US

Dayo Odeyingbo    .8591  VU     Carrollton Ranchview #27 SDE, #89 TX, #635 US

Nate Anderson      .8525   MU   New Mexico Military     #8 JuCo SDE, #73 JuCo

Ryan Thaxton       .8497   UT  St. Stephen's & St. Agnes  #38 SDE, #23 VA, #844 US

Aaron Moffitt        .8494   LS    Baton Rouge Catholic  #39 SDE, #33 LA, #851 US

David Porter         .8462   Ark     Joe T. Robinson        #42 SDE, #10 AR, #948 US

Stone Edwards     .8432   VU     Hillsborough Orange  #47 SDE, #33 NC, #1015 US

Ondario Robinson .8426  A&M    Hutto                       #48 SDE, #142 TX, #1040 US

Abule Abadi          .8399   UK   Lakeland Victory Chr.   #53 SDE, #188 FL, #1259 US

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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1202 on: March 20, 2017, 12:28:11 pm »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '17 Inside Linebackers

Jacob Phillips        .9696  LSU   East Nashville Magnet       #1 ILB, #4 TN, #62 US

Anthony Hines      .968   A&M   Plano East                        #2 ILB, #8 TX, #63 US

Tadarian Moultry   .95     AU     Birmingham Jackson-Olin  #3 ILB, #4 AL, #103 US

Christopher Allen .9493  Bama  BR Southern Univ. Lab.    #4 ILB, #5 LA, #106 US

Nate McBride       .9262  UB     Vidalia Comprehensive     #6 ILB, #16 GA, #165 US

Tyler Taylor         .9057  LSU    Buford Lanier                #11 ILB, #25 GA, #251 US

Breon Dixon        .9031  OM     Suwanee Grayson         #12 ILB, #26 GA, #262 US

Kenney Britt        .8951  AU     Oxford                          #15 ILB, #14 AL, #301 US

Will Ignont          .8939  UT     New Market Buckhorn    #16 ILB, #15 AL, #307 US

Santino Marchiol  .8919  A&M  IMG Academy                #17 ILB, #42 FL, #321 US

Monty Rice          .8866  UG    Madison James Clemens #19 ILB, #16 AL, #361 US

Mohamed Sanogo .8815  OM   Plano West                    #30 ILB #55 TX, #398 US

Brenden Williams  .8563  OM  Northeast Mississippi CC  #5 JuCo ILB, #62 JuCo

Jamal Brooks       .8447  MU   Bessemer City               #42 ILB, #43 AL, #979 US

Feleti Afemui       .835    VU    Kahului                        #52 ILB, #9 HI, #1229 US

Brayden DeVault-Smith .7731 VU Nashville Pearl Cohn #134 ILB, #100 TN, #2908 US
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1203 on: March 26, 2017, 08:35:10 am »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC signed '17 Outside Linebackers

Dylan Moses             .9921  Bama  IMG                          #2 OLB, #3 FL, #13 US

Willie Gay                .9635   MS     Starkville                   #3 OLB, #2 MS, #73 US

Vandarius Cowan      .9592  Bama  Palm Beach Gardens  #5 OLB, #16 FL, #83 US

Markail Benton         .9524  Bama  Phenix City                #7 OLB, #3 AL, #98 US

Jaden Hunter           .9351  UG      Atlanta Westlake      #9 OLB, #13 GA, #137 US

Walter Grant            .9186  UG      Cairo                     #11 OLB, #21 GA, #200 US

Devodrick Johnson   .8878  A&M    Dallas Kimball        #19 OLB, #49 TX, #351 US

Chandler Wooten     .8862  AU      North Cobb County #21 OLB, #36 GA, #367 US

Tyler Dunning         .8828   MS     St. Thomas Aquinas #23 OLB, #50 FL, #389 US

Sherrod Greene      .8675   SC      Rocky Mount          #29 OLB, #18 NC, #517 US

Josh Clarke            .8671   OM      NOLA Riverdale      #30 OLB, #20 LA, #521 US

Ventrell Miller        .864      UF      Lakeland Kathleen  #35 OLB, #75 FL, #567 US

Aubrey Miller         .863     MU      Whitehaven           #36 OLB, #20 TN, #576 US

Solon Paige III      .8619    UT       Marietta Kell         #38 OLB, #60 GA, #592 US

Shanon Reid         .8614    UT       Ft Myers Dunbar   #40 OLB, #80 FL, #602 US

James Houston     .859      UF     FtL Amer Heritage  #42 OLB, #83 FL, #647 US

Dimitri Moore       .8577    VU       Cedar Hill            #44 OLB, #95 TX, #668 US   

Davonne Bowen   .8558    SC  Piedmont Woodmont  #47 OLB, #8 SC, #712 US

Kyrei Fisher         .8527    Ark       Tulsa Union         #49 OLB, #13 OK, #768 US

Colin Anderson     .8504   VU  Killeen Brooks School #56 OLB, #39 AL, #825 US

Jamin Davis         .8472   UK        Long County        #59 OLB, #93 GA, #910 US

Derrick Munson    .8466   Ark  Archbishop Rummel  #60 OLB, #38 LA, #924 US

Damani Staley     .8391   SC  Columbia Ridge View  #73 OLB, #17 SC, #1119 US

Michael Owusu    .8388    VU       Oaks Christian    #74 OLB, #108 CA, #1124 US

Nick Smith          .8372    UF       Doc Phillips         #78 OLB, #166 FL, #1173 US

Josh Paul            .8335    Ark   NOLA De La Salle   #82 OLB, #48 LA, #1247 US

Eldridge Thompson .8272  SC     Coffeyville CC      #6 JuCo OLB, #145 JuCo

Zikerrion Baker   .8205    OM  Mooringsport Minden #102 OLB, #57 LA, #1560 US
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1204 on: March 29, 2017, 01:17:17 pm »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC signed '17 Safeties

JaCoby Stevens          .9897  LS     Murfreesboro Oakland   #1 S, #2 TN, #18 US

Richard LeCounte III  .9874  UG     Liberty County              #2 S, #2 GA, #22 US

Deangelo Gibbs         .9768  UG     Grayson                       #4 S, #6 GA, #49 US

Xavier McKinney        .9709  Bama  Roswell                       #6 S, #8 GA, #58 US

Grant Delpit              .9671  LS      IMG Academy              #9 S, #11 FL, #65 US

Maleik Gray               .9607  UT     LaVergne                    #10 S, #6 TN, #78 US

Todd Harris               .9575  LS      Plaquemine                #11 S, #3 LA, #86 US

Daniel Wright            .9426  Bama  FtL Boyd Anderson   #16 S, #22 FL, #118 US

Derrick Tucker          .9303  A&M   Manvel                     #18 S, #26 TX, #159 US

Montaric Brown        .9286  Ark     Ashdown                  #19 S, #1 AR, #163 US

Myles Jones             .8928  A&M   Magnolia West           #25 S, #48 TX, #313 US

Johnathan Abram     .8899  MS     Jones County JC        #2 JuCo S, #17 JuCo

Keldrick Carper        .8893  A&M   Plain Dealing             #27 S, #13 LA, #343 US 

Carlito Gonzalez       .8857  AU     Stephenson               #29 S, #38 GA, #373 US

AJ Harris                 .8665  OM     Madison Bob Jones    #35 S, #27 AL, #529 US

Theo Jackson           .8665  UT     Nashville Overton      #36 S, #17 TN, #531 US

Brian Cole               .8663  MS     "Last Chance U."       #4 JuCo S, #46 JuCo

Jordyn Peters          .8544  AU     Muscle Shoals           #53 S, #36 AL, #725 US

Donovan Stiner       .8527  UF      Bellaire                    #56 S, #108 TX, #766 US

Jaylin Dickerson      .8524  SC     Southern Pines          #57 S, #26 NC, #773 US

Tae Daley              .8488  VU  Warner Robins Northside  #64 S, #90 GA, #865 US

Landon Guidry        .8476  MS     Independence           #67 S, #27 TN, #905 US     

Jaquarius Landrews  .8445  MS    Copiah-Lincoln CC     #7 JuCo S, #103 JuCo

CJ Miller                 .8429  OM    McEachern              #79 S, #106 GA, #1022 US

Jordan Ulmer          .8376  MU    Bellevue                  #90 S, #25 MI, #1165 US

Korey Hernandez    .8372  Ark  Decatur Cedar Grove  #91 S, #123 GA, #1175 US
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1205 on: April 05, 2017, 02:12:27 pm »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '17 CBs

Jamyest Williams           .9632  SC   Grayson                     #8 CB, #9 GA, #74 US

Kary Vincent                 .9563  LS    Port Arthur Memorial  #12 CB, #12 TX, #90 US

Christopher Henderson  .9357  UF    Miami Columbus       #15 CB, #24 FL, #135 US

Chevin Calloway           .9337  Ark   Dallas Bishop Dunne  #17 CB, #22 TX, #143 US

Tray Bishop                .933   UG   Terrell County            #19 CB, #14 GA, #146 US

Brad Stewart               .9322  UF    NOLA McDonough 35  #20 CB, #6 LA, #153 US

William Poole III          .9221 UG  ATL Hapewell Charter #25 CB, #25 GA, #189 US

L'il Marco Wilson         .9133   UF  FtL American Heritage  #28 CB, #30 FL, #198 US

Yusuf Corker              .8898   UK  Stockbridge Woodland  #39 CB, #34 GA, #337 US

Ameer Speed          .8873   UG  Jacksonville Sandalwood #41 CB, #44 FL, #354 US

Keisean Nixon           .887     SC   Arizona Western CC       #3 JuCo CB, #19 JuCo

Latavious Brini          .8847  UG  Hialeah Mater Academy  #42 CB, #48 FL, 377 US

Shawn Davis            .8823   UF     Miami Southridge       #43 CB, #52 FL, #391 US

Cheyenne Labruzza  .8776   UT     Albany                       #44 CB, #16 LA, #427 US

Kyric McDonald      .8705  Bama  Madison James Clemons #47 CB, #22 AL, #477 US

Terrell Bailey           .8695   UT     John Ehret                   #49 CB, #19 LA, #491 US

Devin Morris           .8692  A&M    Caldwell                     #50 CB, #69 TX, #494 US

Brian Edwards          .8631  UF     Hollywood Miramar      #58 CB, #76 FL, #574 US

Eric Stokes               .8578  UG    Covington Eastside      #62 CB, #67 GA, #666 US

Terry Petry               .8574  MU  Missouri City Ridge Point #65 CB, #97 TX, #672 US

Randall Haynie         .8559  VU    Cardinal Gibbons          #68 CB, #91 FL, #700 US

Jamar Richardson     .8554  OM    Aliceville                    #73 CB, #35 AL, #714 US

Kaleb Chalmers        .8551  SC     NW Mississippi CC       #9 JuCo CB, #65 JuCo

Javien Hamilton        .8532  OM    Bay Springs                #10 JuCo CB, #68 JuCo

Tyler Williams          .851    MS   Oxford Lafayette          #82 CB, #16 MS, #813 US

Michael Nesbitt        .8509   UK    FtL Boyd Anderson     #83 CB, #109 FL, #817 US

Jarques McClellion .8493 Ark Delray Beach Am. Heritage #90 CB, #115 FL, #858 US

Adam Sparks          .8482  MU   Geismar Dutchtown         #92 CB, #35 LA, #880 US

Tavyn Jackson    .8481  SC  Tallahassee James Rickards #95 CB, #124 FL, #887 US

Shawn Shamburger .844  UT   Colquitt County            #110 CB, #103 GA, #997 US

Jordon Curtis         .8416  Ark  Jenks                         #114 CB, #16 OK, #1060 US

Traivon Leonard    .8398  AU  West Palm Beach Oxbridge Academy  #121 CB,
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1206 on: April 13, 2017, 07:59:14 pm »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC signed '17 ATHs

Lynn Bowden             .9307  UK     Warren G Harding    #4 ATH, #3 OH, #157 US

Chadarius Townsend  .9226  Bama  Tanner School         #6 ATH, #7 AL, #179 US

Malcolm Askew         .9145  AU       McCalla McAdory    #8 ATH, #10 AL, #215 US

Shi Smith                 .9114  SC       Union                    #9 ATH, #2 SC, #222 US

Alaric Williams           .9105  AU     Ashville Southside  #10 ATH, #12 AL, #226 US

Patrick Queen           .8955  LSU     Livonia                 #16 ATH, #12 LA, #300 US

Tyrell Ajian               .8922  UK     Mansfield Madison  #17 ATH, #17 OH, #317 US

DaRon Davis            .8875   MU     KC Hogan Prep      #20 ATH, #4 MO, #353 US

Malik Willis              .8857   AU      Atlanta Roswell     #21 ATH, #37 GA, #372 US

Kadarius Toney        .879     UF      Eight Mile Blount   #24 ATH, #20 AL, #418 US

Kam White              .8727   OM     Clinton                  #29 ATH, #9 MS, #449 US

JaTarvious Whitlow  .8667   AU      Lafayette School    #36 ATH, #26 AL, #527 US

Marques Bembry     .865    UT       Mt Vernon Presb.  #39 ATH, #54 GA, #550 US

Kam Curl                .8615  Ark      Muskogee            #43 ATH, #11 OK, #601 US

Jarrod Barnes         .8579  Ark      Cabot                  #47 ATH, #3 AR, #664 US

Jontre Kirklin         .8579  LSU      Lutcher               #48 ATH, #25 LA, #665 US

Trey Coleman        .8559   UT       West Monroe       #50 ATH, #28 LA, #698 US

Joshua Ali             .8462  UK Chaminade-Madonna  #54 ATH, #93 FL, #718 US
   
Devion Warren      .8479   Ark      Ouachita Parish  #63 ATH, #37 LA, #888 US
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1208 on: April 18, 2017, 01:25:29 pm »

https://twitter.com/Michael_Carvell/status/854351280550105088

This should come as a surprise to someone.
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1209 on: April 20, 2017, 08:53:47 am »

https://twitter.com/Michael_Carvell/status/854801120530538496

Florida, Bama and UGa top list.  Class o' '16 Hogs edge out A&M's stellar crop.
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1210 on: April 20, 2017, 08:59:25 am »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC signed '17 DTs

Tyler Shelvin          .975    LS        Lafayette Notre Dame    #4 DT, #1 LA, #52 US

Phidarian Mathis     .9522  Bama   Monroe Neville               #7 DT, #4 LA, #99 US

Eric Crosby            .9122  UT       Va Beach Ocean Lakes  #12 DT, #7 VA, #218 US

Jayden Peevy        .9065  A&M     Bellaire                       #15 DT, #40 TX, #247 US

Devonte Wyatt      .8993  UG       Decatur Towers          #16 DT, #28 GA, #274 US

Akial Byers           .8973  MU       Fayetteville                #17 DT, #2 AR, #288 US

Elijah Conliffe       .8937  UF        Hampton                   #19 DT, #12 VA, #308 US

Noah Elliss           .8893  MS       Valor Christian           #23 DT, #6 CO, #344 US

Neil Farrell           .8847  LS        Mobile Murphy           #26 DT, #17 AL, #379 US

Deion Pope          .8787  MS       Copiah-Lincoln CC       #1 JuCo DT, #24 JuCo

Lee Autry            .8762  MS       Itawamba CC              #2 JuCo DT, #28 JuCo

Matthew Butler    .8725  UT       Garner                       #36 DT, #12 NC, #452 US

Tyrone Truesdell   .8721  AU       Augusta Laney           #37 DT, #48 GA, #456 US

Kyree Campbell    .8708  UF   Wyoming Seminary Prep  #1 Prep School Player US

Kivon Bennett      .8702  UT       St. Thomas Aquinas    #40 DT, #65 FL, #480 US

Phil Hoskins         .8656  UK       Highland CC                #5 JuCo DT, #48 JuCo

Malik Young         .8601  MU      Eastern Arizona CC       #6 JuCo DT, #55 JuCo

Jaquavious Collins .8599  MS      Jackson                     #49 DT, #87 GA, #621 US

Alec Jackson       .8595   AU       Jefferson Davis           #51 DT, #32 AL, #631 US

Walter Palmore   .8576  MU       Eastern Arizona CC       #7 JuCO DT, #59 JuCo

Joshua Rogers    .8461  A&M    Houston Christian      #66 DT, #128 TX, #950 US

Rashad Brandon  .8445   MU      ASA College                 #15 JuCo DT, #104 JuCo

Quinton Bohanna .8422  MS      Cordova                    #70 DT, #29 TN, #1045 US

James Jackson    .8405  MS      Pascagoula                #74 DT, #24 MS, #1087 US

Sincere David     .8399 OM Jacksonville Sandalwood #80 DT, #179 FL, #1194 US

Melvin Johnson   .821    Ark      Riverside CC                #23 JuCo DT, #165 JuCo
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1211 on: April 24, 2017, 07:16:03 am »

With Byars' signing now in the books, here are the top 2017 SEC recruits by position:

Tua Tagovailoa       .9834  Bama  Honolulu St. Louis  #1 DT-QB, #1 HI, #32 US *****

Najee Harris          .9982   Bama  Antioch Senior             #2 RB, #2 CA, #3 US *****

Jerry Jeudy           .9878  Bama  Deerfield Beach           #3 WR, #5 FL, #21 US *****

Jeremy Patton       .905    Ark     Arizona Western CC    #1 Juco TE, #9 Juco US ****

Alex Leatherwood  .998  Bama  Pensacola Washington      #1 OT, #1 FL, #4 US *****

K'Lavon Chaisson  .9816  LS     Houston North Shore  #4 WDE, #5 TX, #37 US *****

LaBryan Ray         .9865  Bama  Madison James Clemens  #1 SDE, #1 AL, #26 US *****

Tyler Shelvin        .975    LS        Lafayette Notre Dame   #4 DT, #1 LA, #52 US ****

Dylan Moses         .9921  Bama  IMG                          #2 OLB, #3 FL, #13 US *****

Jacob Phillips        .9696  LS     East Nashville Magnet   #1 ILB, #4 TN, #62 US   ****

Jamyest Williams  .9632  SC     Grayson                       #8 CB, #9 GA, #74 US   ****

JaCoby Stevens    .9897  LS     Murfreesboro Oakland     #1 S, #2 TN, #18 US *****
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1212 on: April 24, 2017, 11:18:28 am »

https://twitter.com/Michael_Carvell/status/856529695210434560

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Alabama
Current commitments: 3
Projected SEC rank: 1

LSU
Current commitments: 16
Projected SEC rank: 2

Arkansas
Current commitments: 4
Projected SEC rank: 8
Overview: It’s been quality over quantity for the Razorbacks so far, with all 4 of their recruits boasting a 4-star rating.

Ole Miss

Current commitments: 0

Projected SEC rank: 14
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1213 on: April 29, 2017, 10:03:29 pm »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '18 QBs

Connor Noland  .8983  Ark   Greenwood    #11 PS-QB, #2 AR, #292 US

Allan Walters     .8913  VU   Peddle School #12 PS-QB, #8 NJ, #318 US

James Foster    .8839  MU    Lanier           #13 DT-QB, #13 AL, #347 US

Cade Fortin      .8768  A&M  No. Gwinnett #15 PS-QB, #42 GA, #397 US

Michael Penix    .859   UT  Tampa Bay Tech #23 PS-QB, #101 FL, #600 US
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1214 on: May 01, 2017, 11:23:48 am »

https://twitter.com/aldotcomSports/status/859061236952117248

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-- first-rounders Reuben Foster, Jonathan Allen and O.J. Howard; third-rounders Tim Williams and ArDarius Stewart and fourth-rounder Eddie Jackson -- all came from the same 2013 Crimson Tide recruiting class. Also in that class was third-round pick Alvin Kamara, who transferred to junior college and eventually to Tennessee... Add in 2016 second-rounders Derrick Henry and A'Shawn Robinson, and you have nine NFL draft picks from one class.

Bama's 2013 signing class isn't done yet. There could be up to four more coming next year, as wide receiver Robert Foster, cornerback Anthony Averett, center Bradley Bozeman and offensive lineman Brandon Hill (who's now at UAB) all stand a decent shot of being drafted...

It would mean exactly half of Alabama's 2013 signing class was eventually drafted. The Crimson Tide signed 26 players that year.

It would even surpass Alabama's legendary 2008 signing class, which had 10 players drafted from its ranks. That list consists of first-rounders Julio Jones, Mark Barron, Marcell Dareus, Don'ta Hightower and Mark Ingram; second-rounders Courtney Upshaw and Terrence Cody; fourth-rounder Barrett Jones and seventh-rounders Brad Smelley and Michael Williams. (fellow 2008 signees Robert Lester and Damion Square also made NFL rosters as undrafted free agents).

The 2014 class has also gotten a jump start with 2016 second-rounder Jarran Reed (a junior-college transfer) and 2017 first-rounders Marlon Humphrey and Cam Robinson. But just looking at that class, it doesn't appear to have the high-end depth that the 2008 and 2013 groups did.
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1215 on: May 14, 2017, 08:47:46 am »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '18 QBs

Adrian Martinez  .9241  UT   Clovis West    #7 DT-QB, #21 CA, #170 US

Connor Noland   .8982  Ark  Greenwood    #11 PS-QB, #2 AR, #292 US

James Foster     .8839  MU    Lanier           #13 DT-QB, #13 AL, #349 US

Allan Walters     .8838  VU   Peddle School #14 PS-QB, #9 NJ, #352 US

Cade Fortin       .8742  A&M  N. Gwinnett  #15 PS-QB, #41 GA, #415 US

Michael Penix    .859   UT Tampa Bay Tech #22 PS-QB, #98 FL, #595 US
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1216 on: May 17, 2017, 01:52:50 pm »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '18 QBs

Adrian Martinez  .9241  UT   Clovis West    #7 DT-QB, #21 CA, #170 US

Connor Noland   .8982  Ark  Greenwood    #11 PS-QB, #2 AR, #292 US

James Foster     .8839  MU    Lanier           #13 DT-QB, #13 AL, #349 US

Allan Walters     .8838  VU   Peddle School #14 PS-QB, #9 NJ, #352 US

Cade Fortin       .8742  A&M  N. Gwinnett  #15 PS-QB, #41 GA, #415 US

Jarren Williams  .8686  UK Cent. Gwinnett #16 DT-QB, #48 GA, #476 US

Michael Penix    .859   UT Tampa Bay Tech #22 PS-QB, #98 FL, #595 US
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1217 on: May 24, 2017, 03:36:47 pm »

https://twitter.com/Michael_Carvell/status/867474115141259264

Gerry Bohanon   Earle
Carter Bradley    Providence
Justin Fields       Harrison           PSU
James Foster      Lanier              MU
Joey Gatewood   Bartram Trail    AU
Emory Jones       Heard Co.        tOSU
Dakereon Joyner Ft. Dorchester   
Mr. Lawerence    Catersville        Clemson
Jack West          Saraland           Stanford
Jarren Williams  C. Gwinnett       UK
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1218 on: May 30, 2017, 12:08:33 pm »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '18 RBs

Shaun Shivers      .8827  AU     Chaminade-Madonna  #7 APB, #57 FL, #356 US

Deshaun Fenwick  .8656  SC     Braden River            #11 APB, #78 FL, #500 US

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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1219 on: June 03, 2017, 08:45:05 am »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '18 TEs

Luke Ford         .9384  Ark   Carterville                #6 TE,  #1 IL,  #128 US

Brendan Bates  .8725  UK    Archbishop Moeller  #17 TE, #20 OH, #434 US

Jacob Warren    .8574  UT    Farragut                 #25 TE, #21 TN, #625 US



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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1220 on: June 08, 2017, 01:31:46 pm »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '18 WRs

X Williams     .9552  Bama  Chaminade-Madonna Prep  #18 WR, #21 FL, #89 US

Malik Heath   .9215  MS      Jackson Callaway              #37 WR, #2 MS, #185 US

Kenan Jones  .8971  LSU     Berwick                           #50 WR, #12 LA, #298 US

Montel Parker .8746  A&M   Dickinson                         #76 WR, #58 TX, #426 US

Demarcus Gregory .8735 SC  Duncan Byrnes              #78 WR, #5 SC, #433 US

Jaray Jenkins .8726  LSU     Jena                               #79 WR, #18 LA, #436 US

Corey Gammage .864  UF   Delray Beach Atlantic        #87 WR, #83 FL, #533 US

Jalynn Williams .8631  UF   St. Petersburg                  #92 WR, #84 FL, #543 US

Nero Nelson        .86   MS  Copiah-Lincoln CC             #2 JuCo WR, #13 JuCo

Marvin Alexander .859 UK   Chaminade-Madonna    #105 WR, #100 FL, #611 US

Jatavious Harris .856  UT   Milledgeville Baldwin      #113 WR, #65 GA, #658 US

Shocky Jacques-Louis .8556 UK  Ft. Myers Dunbar  #121 WR, #112 FL, #684 US

Darius Rush   .8312   SC   Greeleyville CE Murray   #194 WR, #22 SC, #1295 US

Cam Gardner .8177   MS   Starkville                     #219 WR, #26 MS, #1471 US

   
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1221 on: June 11, 2017, 06:21:28 am »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '18 TEs

Luke Ford         .9384  Ark   Carterville                #6 TE,  #1 IL,  #128 US

Brendan Bates  .8725  UK    Archbishop Moeller  #17 TE, #20 OH, #434 US

Jacob Warren    .8574  UT    Farragut                 #25 TE, #21 TN, #625 US

Brad Cumbest   .8199  MS   Moss Point E. Cent. #66 TE, #24 MS
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1222 on: June 13, 2017, 07:07:13 am »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '18 WRs

X Williams     .9553  Bama  Chaminade-Madonna Prep  #18 WR, #20 FL, #94 US

Malik Heath   .9215  MS      Jackson Callaway              #37 WR, #1 MS, #185 US

Kenan Jones  .8971  LSU     Berwick                           #51 WR, #12 LA, #301 US

Montel Parker .8746  A&M   Dickinson                         #76 WR, #58 TX, #426 US

Demarcus Gregory .8735 SC  Duncan Byrnes              #78 WR, #5 SC, #433 US

Jaray Jenkins .8726  LSU     Jena                               #79 WR, #18 LA, #436 US

Corey Gammage .864  UF   Delray Beach Atlantic        #88 WR, #83 FL, #534 US

Jalynn Williams .8631  UF   St. Petersburg                  #96 WR, #84 FL, #544 US

Nero Nelson        .86   MS  Copiah-Lincoln CC             #2 JuCo WR, #16 JuCo

Marvin Alexander .859 UK   Chaminade-Madonna    #106 WR, #99 FL, #612 US

Jatavious Harris .856  UT   Milledgeville Baldwin      #115 WR, #66 GA, #660 US

Shocky Jacques-Louis .8556 UK Ft. Myers Dunbar  #123 WR, #110 FL, #684 US

Darius Rush   .8312   SC   Greeleyville CE Murray   #198 WR, #24 SC, #1308 US

Cam Gardner .8177   MS   Starkville                     #223 WR, #26 MS, #1498 US
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1223 on: June 13, 2017, 07:35:34 am »

All-SEC preseason first- and second-team teams, voted on as always by the conference's sports information directors

First-team Offense

WR: Christian Kirk, Texas A&M
WR: Calvin Ridley, Alabama
TE: Isaac Nauta, Georgia
OT: Jonah Williams, Alabama
OT: Martez Ivey, Florida
OG: Braden Smith, Auburn
OG: Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama
C: Frank Ragnow, Arkansas
QB: Jalen Hurts, Alabama
RB: Derrius Guice, LSU
RB: Nick Chubb, Georgia
P: JK Scott, Alabama

Second-team Offense

WR: Antonio Callaway, Florida
WR: J’Mon Moore, Missouri
TE: DeAndre Goolsby, Florida
OL: Jawaan Taylor, Florida
OL: Martinas Rankin, Mississippi State
OL: Javon Patterson, Ole Miss
OL: Brett Kendrick, Tennessee
OL: Logan Stenberg, Kentucky
QB: Austin Allen, Arkansas
RB: Kamryn Pettway, Auburn
RB: Ralph Webb, Vanderbilt
P: Johnny Townsend, Florida

First-team Defense

LB: Jordan Jones, Kentucky
LB: Roquan Smith, Georgia
LB: Shaun Dion Hamilton, Alabama
DL: Trent Thompson, Georgia
DL: Da'Ron Payne, Alabama
DL: Arden Key, LSU
DL: Jabari Zuniga, Florida
CB: Carlton Davis, Auburn
CB: Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama
SAF: Ronnie Harrison, Alabama
SAF: Armani "Ronnie" Watts, Texas A&M
PK: Daniel Carlson, Auburn

Second-team Defense

LB: Skai Moore, South Carolina
LB: Leo Lewis, Mississippi State
LB: Darrin Kirkland, Tennessee
DL: Da’Shawn Hand, Alabama
DL: Marquis Haynes, Ole Miss
DL: Christian LaCouture, LSU
DL: Marlon Davidson, Auburn
CB: Duke Dawson, Florida
CB: Jamarcus King, South Carolina
S: Mike Edwards, Kentucky
S: Todd Kelly, Tennessee
PK: Austin MacGinnis, Kentucky
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1224 on: June 16, 2017, 09:20:14 am »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '18 OTs

Cade Mays                .9925  UT    Knoxville Catholic  #2 OT, #1 TN, #13 US

Darrian Kinnard          .9095  UK    Cleveland St. Ignatius  #18 OT, #8 OH, #244 US

Colten Blanton          .9065  A&M  Cy Ranch                    #19 OT, #33 TX, #262 US

Kwatrivous-Johnson  .8735  MS   Greenwood                 #38 OT, #5 MS, #432 US

Maxwell Iyama          .8699  SC   Murfreesboro Siegel     #40 OT, #12 TN, #465 US

Kam Stutts               .8696  AU   Killen Brooks                #41 OT, #14 AL, #472 US

Owen Condon          .8686 UGa OKC Bishop McGuinness #42 OT, #7 OK, #481 US

Cam Wire                 .8666  LS   Gonzales E. Ascension  #43 OT, #22 LA, #501 US

Wyatt Campbell        .8455  SC  Lugoff Elgin                   #75 OT, #15 SC, #900 US
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1225 on: June 21, 2017, 01:03:13 pm »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '18 interior OL

Marquan McCall  .9313  UK    Oak Park                  #5 OG, #1 MI, #150 US

Luke Matthews  .9178  A&M  Missouri City Elkins   #7 OG, #24 TX, #202 US

Barton Clement .9082  A&M  Fort Bend Marshall   #10 OG, #30 TX, #251 US

Chasen Hines    .9019   LSU   Marshall                  #13 OG, #36 TX, #282 US

Warren Ericson  .8936   UG    North Gwinnett       #15 OG, #34 GA, #319 US

Blaine Scott       .8822  OM    Sciotoville               #17 OG, #18 OH, #376 US

Jalil Irvin            .8761  AU     Stone Mountain      #19 OG, #47 GA, #416 US

Daniel Dawkins  .8696  VU    The Peddle School    #5 OC, #13 NJ, #470 US

Cole Smith        .868    LSU   Pontotoc                 #6 OC, #7 MS, #489 US

Quintin Wilson    .857   UK    Cincinnati Walnut Hills #8 OC, #30 OH, #634 US

Ollie Lane          .8513  UT    Corryton Gibbs       #32 OG, #24 TN, #771 US

Hank Manos      .8484  SC    Chapin                    #13 OC, #14 SC, #844 US

Wyatt Smock    .8444  VU    Louisville St. X.        #44 OG, #5 KY, #925 US

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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1226 on: June 23, 2017, 09:19:31 am »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '18 DTs

Dare Rosenthal  .9111  LSU  Ferriday           #20 DT, #8 LA, #232 US

Davin Cotton     .9107  LSU  Evangel Christ. #21 DT, #9 LA, #236 US

D'Andre Litaker  .9101  UT    Riverdale          #22 DT, #7 TN, #240 US

Brant Lawless    .8988  UT   Nashville Christ. #25 DT, #9 TN, #299 US

Emmit Gooden  .88     Ark   Independence CC  #3 JuCo DT, #10 JuCo US

Dantrell Barkley .87      SC   Independence CC  #5 JuCo DT, #13 JuCo US

Dom Livingston .8681  A&M  Aldine Davis     #33 DT, #65 TX, #482 US

Nelson Jenkins  .8556  LSU   Plaquemine      #49 DT, #28 LA, #673 US

Israel Antwine   .8525  OM   OKC Millwood   #56 DT, # OK

Allen Love         .8503  OM   Bham Huffman #58 DT, # AL

Tyler Bentley    .8469   UK    Lakota West    #62 DT, # OH

Ka'Darian Hill    .8436   OM   Eufala              #73 DT, # AL

Lamarius Benson .8226 SC  Covington Eastside #109 DT, # GA

Quetin Bevins   .7982  OM   Wayne County  #132 DT, # MS



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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1227 on: June 26, 2017, 01:56:17 pm »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '18 Weak Side Defensive Ends

Jordan Davis       .9137  Bama  Memphis Southwind  #11 WDE, #5 TN, #218 US

Jarell Cherry       .9072   LSU     Dallas Carter            #12 WDE, #31 TX, #249 US

Travez Moore     .8739   LSU     Bastrop                   #1 JuCo WDE, #14 JuCo US

Deuntra Hyman  .8656   OM     Meridian                    #26 WDE, #8 MS, #505 US

Jaevon Becton   .8419   UG    Va Beach Ocean Lakes  #55 WDE, #18 VA, #997 US

Tyree Wilson      .8173   A&M  New London West Rusk #93 WDE, #221 TX, #1717 US




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« Reply #1229 on: June 28, 2017, 04:26:58 pm »

https://twitter.com/Michael_Carvell/status/880172981246361600

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SEC had 13 players make to two [sic] squads — five first-team, eight second-team —

Bama
Running back Bo Scarbrough, receiver Calvin Ridley, lineman Jonah Williams, defensive back Ronnie Harrison, punter JK Scott and defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick (1st)

Auburn
running back Kamryn Pettyway and kicker Daniel Carlson (1st)

LS
running back Derrius Guice (1st) and defensive end Arden Key (1st)

Arkansas
C Frank Ragnow

also Kentucky’s Jordan Jones and A&M’s Christian Kirk (1st)
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1230 on: July 02, 2017, 04:54:14 am »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '18 Strong Side Defensive Ends

Max Wright          .956    A&M    Katy                         #4 SDE, #11 TX, #86 US

Stephon Wynn     .9504  Bama  IMG                          #5 SDE, #23 SC, #104 US

Daquan Newkirk   .9        AU     Orlando First Academy  #1 JuCo SDE, #5 JuCo US

Taylor Upshaw      .856    UF     Braden River              #26 SDE, #100 FL, #640 US

Davoan Hawkins  .8519  UK     Chaminade-Madonna  #29 SDE, #113, FL, #748 US

Gavin McCabe      .8462  Ark    Chicago Marist           #38 SDE, #15 IL, #881 US

Jaquon Griffin       .8407  UG     Rome                       #47 SDE, #100 GA, #1031 US

Aaron Morgan      .8266  MS     Miami Carol City        #71 SDE, #244 FL, #1575 US



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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1231 on: July 07, 2017, 12:07:51 pm »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '18 Outside Linebackers

Adam Anderson  .9767  UG      Rome                             #1 OLB, #7 GA, #37 US

Quay Walker      .9243  Bama   Crisp County                 #12 OLB, #18 GA, #168 US   

Xavier Peters     .9082   UK       Lakota West                 #18 OLB, #8 OH, #246 US

Brian Johnson    .859    A&M     Manvel                         #41 OLB, #77 TX, #610 US

Ernest Jones      .8455  SC       Ware County                #62 OLB, #92 GA, #896 US

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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1233 on: July 12, 2017, 10:51:09 am »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '18 Inside Linebackers

Alston Orji            .9207  VU    Rockwall               #9 ILB, #24 TX, #189 US

Bumper Pool        .9065  Ark   Lucas Lovejoy      #12 ILB, #32 TX, #258 US

Damone Clark      .9032  LSU  BR So. Univ Lab    #13 ILB, #9 LA, #269 US

Micah Baskerville  .8776  LSU  Evangel Christian  #18 ILB, #16 LA, #403 US

Jett Johnson        .8416   MS  Tupelo                 #39 ILB, #22 MS, #1013 US

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« Reply #1234 on: July 14, 2017, 01:51:11 pm »

2017 PRESEASON MEDIA DAYS ALL-SEC TEAM

OFFENSE First-Team

QB Jalen Hurts, Alabama (196)

RB Derrius Guice, LSU (223)

RB Nick Chubb, Georgia (211)

WR Calvin Ridley, Alabama (232)

WR Christian Kirk, Texas A&M (197)

TE Isaac Nauta, Georgia (134)

OL Braden Smith, Auburn (201)

OL Martez Ivey, Florida (198)

OL Jonah Williams, Alabama (187)

OL Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama (174)

C Frank Ragnow, Arkansas (174)

Second-Team

QB Nick Fitzgerald, Mississippi State (121)

RB Bo Scarbrough, Alabama (151)

RB Kamryn Pettway, Auburn (141)

WR Antonio Callaway, Florida (152)

WR J'Mon Moore, Missouri (91)

TE Hayden Hurst, South Carolina (115)

OL Isaiah Wynn, Georgia (116)

OL Jashon Robertson, Tennessee (108)

OL K.J. Malone, LSU (101)

OL Martinas Rankin, Mississippi State (101)

C Bradley Bozeman, Alabama (155)

Third-Team

QB Austin Allen, Arkansas (102)

RB Ralph Webb, Vanderbilt (105)

RB Sony Michel, Georgia (30)

WR Deebo Samuel, South Carolina (64)

WR Jauan Jennings, Tennessee (42)

TE DeAndre Goolsby, Florida (76)

OL Lester Cotton, Alabama (96)

OL Greg Little, Ole Miss (94)

OL Javon Patterson, Ole Miss (87)

OL Koda Martin, Texas A&M (69)

C Will Clapp, LSU (66)

DEFENSE First-Team

DL Da'Ron Payne, Alabama (196)

DL Da'Shawn Hand, Alabama (180)

DL Trenton Thompson, Georgia (172)

DL Marquis Haynes, Ole Miss (159)

LB Arden Key, LSU (191)

LB Rashaan Evans, Alabama (180)

LB Roquan Smith, Georgia (157)

DB Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama (232)

DB Ronnie Harrison, Alabama (156)

DB Armani Watts, Texas A&M (137)

DB Duke Dawson, Florida (137)

Second-Team

DL Cece Jefferson, Florida (151)

DL Marlon Davidson, Auburn (120)

DL Christian LaCouture, LSU (107)

DL Denzil Ware, Kentucky (78)

LB Shaun Dion Hamilton, Alabama (156)

LB Skai Moore, South Carolina (128)

LB Tre' Williams, Auburn (103)

DB Tray Matthews, Auburn (126)

DB Donte Jackson, LSU (123)

DB Carlton Davis, Auburn (109)

DB Dominick Sanders, Georgia (109)

Third-Team

DL Marcell Frazier, Missouri (77)

DL Jabari Zuniga, Florida (76)

DL Dontavius Russell, Auburn (70)

DL Rashard Lawrence, LSU (54)

LB Jordan Jones, Kentucky (91)

LB Lorenzo Carter, Georgia (82)

LB Oren Burks, Vanderbilt (58)

DB Anthony Averett, Alabama (104)

DB Marcell Harris, Florida (83)

DB Mike Edwards, Kentucky (71)

DB Tony Brown, Alabama (62)

SPECIALISTS First-Team

P JK Scott, Alabama (222)

PK Daniel Carlson, Auburn (218)

RS Christian Kirk, Texas A&M (176)

AP Christian Kirk, Texas A&M (161)

Second-Team

P Johnny Townsend, Florida (99)

PK Eddy Piniero, Florida (106)

RS Evan Berry, Tennssee (117)

AP Derrius Guice, LSU (133)

Third-Team

P Trevor Daniel, Tennessee (58)

PK Gary Wunderlich, Ole Miss (94)

RS Antonio Callaway, Florida (84)

AP Kerryon Johnson, Auburn (66)

NOTES:

* - The top vote-getters in 2017 were Minkah Fitzpatrick (Alabama), Calvin Ridley (Alabama) and Derrius Guice (LSU).

* - Since 2000, Arkansas' Darren McFadden (Arkansas) is the only unanimous selection to the SEC Media Days First Team at his position, collecting all possible votes that year.
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« Reply #1235 on: July 17, 2017, 12:57:20 pm »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '18 Safeties

Leon O'Neal Jr.  .9615  A&M   Cy Springs                             #7 S, #10 TX, #73 US

Amari Burney    .9463  UF     Clearwater Calvary Christian  #11 S, #26 FL, #114 US

Brendon Harris  .9125  UT     Chattanooga Baylor School   #17 S, #6 TN, #226 US

Nadab Joseph   .9114  LSU   Hialeah Champagnat Cath     #18 S, #44 FL, #229 US

Jordan Moore   .9099  A&M   Yoakum                              #19 S, #29 TX, #239 US

DeAndre Square .8818  UK    Detroit Cass Tech                #30 S, #8 MI, #372 US

Dashawn Jerkins .8779  VU   Woodbridge                        #34 S, #10 VA, #401 US

AD Washington  .8545  LSU   Shreveport Evangel Christ. #54 S, #29 LA, #699 US

     

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« Reply #1241 on: July 28, 2017, 06:54:12 am »

https://twitter.com/Michael_Carvell/status/890896657444982786

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2017: Jonathan Kongbo 4*, Darryl Taylor 4*, Kahlil McKenzie 5*, Shy Tuttle 4*

Average star ranking: 4.3

The 2017 D-line received much of the recruiting hype coming out of high school. Some fans got carried away with what McKenzie and Kongbo could bring to the defense. Injuries have hurt this unit, though.

McKenzie played in seven games last season, which forced Kongbo to move from defensive end to defensive tackle.

Tuttle has played well for the Vols, but his constant injuries have kept him from reaching his full potential.

LINEBACKER

2017: Darrien Kirkland 4*, Austin Smith 3*, Cortez McDowell 4*

Average star ranking: 3.6

Injuries took their toll a year ago. Kirkland played only eight games and McDowell played 11. Smith had to redshirt last season with a shoulder surgery.
DEFENSIVE BACK

2007: DeAngelo Willingham 4*, Brent Vinson 4*, Eric Berry 5*, Jonathan Hefney 3*

Average star rating: 4

2017: Shaq Wiggins 4*, Justin Martin 4*, Todd Kelly Jr. 4*, Nigel Warrior 4*

Average star rating: 4

2017 group has not lived up to its billing.

Martin has 29 tackles in two seasons with the Vols and has 0 interceptions.

Warrior came on late for the Vols and has potential to grow.

Kelly led the team in tackles last season with 71 and added 2 interceptions.
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« Reply #1242 on: July 28, 2017, 07:13:04 am »

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25. Cole Cubelic, OL, Homewood

Cubelic was named All-State as a defensive lineman as a junior at Homewood, but settled as a center after signing at Auburn. He is best known as a current analyst for SEC Network and AL.com, and he hosts a radio program, “"The Cube Show," which airs on 730 AM and 103.9 FM-UMP...

 24. Anthony Bryant, DL, Sunshine

A mountain of a man at 6-foot-4 and 360 pounds, Bryant dominated on both sides of the ball and earned HS All-American recognition while bulldozing Class 1A competition at tiny Sunshine, which has since closed. He signed with Alabama and later played in the NFL and for seven difference teams from 2005-11.

 23. Trey Flowers, DL, Columbia

A two-time All-State player at Columbia in Huntsville, Flowers signed with Arkansas and recorded 190 tackles and 18 sacks during his SEC career. The New England Patriots selected him in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL Draft, and he has 45 tackles and seven sacks in his NFL career that includes last year’s Super Bowl win.

22. Antwan Odom, DL, Alma

21. Ryan Anderson, DL, Daphne

18. Evan Mathis, OL, Homewood

17. Nick Fairley, DL, Williamson

Fairley didn’t even start at Williamson until his senior season

16. Marcell Dareus, DL, Huffman

Another late bloomer, he became a recruiting sensation and raced up national recruiting rankings with 117 tackles and 20 sacks as a senior at Huffman

15. Dante Ellington, OL, Colbert County

14. Antonio Coleman, DL, Williamson

11. LaBryan Ray, DL, James Clemens

The state’s top prospect in 2016

10. Aaron Sears, OL, Russellville

9. Kenny King, DL, Daphne

6. D.J. Fluker, OL, Foley

Fluker rose to prominence as a sophomore defensive lineman at McGill-Toolen, but a family move and Hurricane Katrina left him in Foley.

5. Reese Dismukes, OL, Spanish Fort

4. Demarco McNeil, DL, Blount

3. Chris Samuels, OL, Shaw

The 6-foot-5, 315-pound Samuels emerged as one of the state’s top prospects at now-closed Shaw High in Mobile before going to Alabama and becoming a four-year starter. He won the Outland Trophy and Jacobs Trophy in 1999, when he paved the way for Alabama’s SEC title and running back Shuan Alexander’s Heisman campaign.

2. Willie Anderson, OL, Vigor

One of the truly elite left tackles ever, Anderson played offensive line at Vigor in the early 1990s, went on to be an All-American at Auburn and a later was a five-time Pro Bowl selection in the NFL.

1. Andre Smith, OL, Huffman

There’s a legend that an opposing defensive lineman ran away from Smith during a game during his senior season at Huffman, rather than try to deal with the massive mauler. Smith is the only offensive lineman to every win the Mr. Football award, he became an All-American at Alabama, and he was a first-round NFL draft pick.

Who else?
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« Reply #1244 on: July 31, 2017, 09:21:04 am »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '18 Cornerbacks

Kelvin Joseph            .9757  LSU    BR Scotlandville Magnet     #6 CB, #3 LA, #42 US

Jaylin Armour-Davis  .9468  Bama  Mobile St. Paul's Episcopal #16 CB, #3AL, #123US

Tre Douglas              .8931  VU      Eagles Landing Christian #29 CB, #36GA, #321US

Chris Smith              .8903  UG      Hapeville Charter        #33 CB, #38 GA, #336 US

Tanner McCalister     .8811  Ark      Rockwall-Heath           #38 CB, #55 TX, #386 US

Divaad Wilson          .8784  UF       Miami Northwestern    #39 CB, #65 FL, #402 US

Esaias Furdge          .8584  MS       Clarksdale                #56 CB, #14 MS, #619 US

Vincent Gray           .857    Mizz     Rochester Adams      #57 CB, #13 MI, #635 US

Jaylon Reed            .8493  MS       Olive Branch            #74 CB, #21 MS, #827 US

LaDarrius Bishop     .8469  MS       Ashdown                  #76 CB, #5 AR, #858 US

Rayshad Williams    .8422  VU       Whitehaven             #86 CB, #27 TN, #992 US

Brandon Cross        .8401  UT       Orlando Jones       #90 CB, #163 FL, #1048 US

Tyrone Collins         .8388  Mizz     Braden River        #97 CB, #169 FL, #1095 US

Tanner Ingle           .8355  UT       Doc Phillips         #107 CB, #185 FL, #1192 US

Domonique Williams .8189  UK     Highland CC          #7 JuCo CB, #55 JuCo US



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« Reply #1245 on: August 01, 2017, 07:15:39 am »

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Bama has not signed the nation's No. 1 overall prospect in the Nick Saban era. Running back Najee Harris was that on the 247Sports composite for most of the cycle, but dropped below a pair of offensive tackles.

Here, we look at the top 20 highest-rated high school signees for Alabama since the 2008 signing class. All of them are five-star recruits and many five-stars such as Jonah Williams, O.J. Howard and Robert Foster didn't make the cut.

 20. LB Mack Wilson (2016 - 15th nationally)
Carver-Montgomery standout had a top three of Alabama, Georgia and Florida. He dropped Florida late after the Gators didn’t communicate well with his mother.
6-foot-2, 236-pound Wilson had eight tackles in 15 games.

 19. LB Rashaan Evans (2014 - 15th nationally)
Bama edged Auburn, where Evans’ father Alan played, in a hotly-contested recruiting battle. The win was sweeter for Alabama after an Auburn signee bio page of Evans was leaked. Evans was a five-star recruit in Auburn’s backyard at Auburn High.
Now a senior, Evans is in line to be a full-time starter for the first time in his career.

18. DB D Milliner (2010 - 14th nationally)
Milliner committed to Alabama early in the process over Auburn, Georgia and others. He was the state of Alabama’s top prospect in the class of 2009 from Stanhope Elmore.
Milliner had six interceptions in his three-year career at Alabama, leaving after a 2012 All-America season and becoming the No. 9 overall pick by the New York Jets. His NFL career has been a bust.

17. DB Dre Kirkpatrick (2009 - 13th nationally)
Gadsden City tall cornerback committed to Alabama on Signing Day, throwing a Texas hat aside while saying it didn’t have enough swag.
Kirkpatrick won two national championships for the Crimson Tide in 2009 and 2011. He was an impact player, earning second team all-SEC honors twice. Kirkpatrick left after three years and was picked No. 17 overall in the 2012 NFL Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals. Kirkpatrick has nine interceptions and just signed a five-year, $52 million extension. Kirkpatrick was a very good player for Alabama - maybe not quite living up to five-star status

16. LB Dylan Moses (2017 - 13th nationally)
Moses earned a scholarship offer from Nick Saban as an eighth-grader. He was committed to LSU for two years, but backed off that and committed to Alabama on an official visit, not long after LSU fired Les Miles.
Moses is built like a college veteran and enrolled at Alabama for spring practice.

15. Marlon Humphrey (2014 - 12th nationally)
Hoover standout and son of former Crimson Tide and NFL RB Bobby Humphrey.
Humphrey redshirted in 2014, but became an impact player for the Crimson Tide over his two seasons that he played. Humphrey started both seasons and was an All-American pick as a sophomore. He was picked 16th overall in this year’s NFL Draft

14. RB Derrick Henry (2013 - 12th nationally)
One-time Georgia commit from Yulee, Fla., switched to Alabama not long after a visit to Tuscaloosa in the summer of 2012.
He was a beast over his last two seasons, rushing for 3,591 yards and 42 touchdowns in his career. Henry’s 2,219 yards rushing and 28 touchdowns in 2015 propelled him to the Heisman. Henry broke Shaun Alexander’s career rushing record in 2015.

13. WR Calvin Ridley (2015 - 11th nationally)
Ridley committed to Alabama at A-Day 2014 out of Fort Lauderdale
Ridley has lived up to the five-star billing, emerging as the Crimson Tide’s go-to receiver as a true freshman when the Tide won the national championship in 2015. This is Ridley’s junior year and likely his last as he should be an NFL prospect next spring. Ridley set UA freshman records with 89 receptions for 1,045 yards.

12. LB Ben Davis (2016 - 10th nationally)
Davis’ father Wayne is an Alabama legacy, but the Gordo standout took all five of his official visits. Alabama edged out Auburn.
State’s top prospect in the 2016 class was forced into a redshirt after injuries affected him. 6-foot-4, 237-pound Davis still has plenty of promise, but is deep into a crowded set of linebackers.

11. DB Tony Brown (2015 - 9th nationally)
Track athlete from Beaumont chose Bama despite many predictions that he would sign with LSU.
Brown’s career at Alabama has had its ups and downs, as he was arrested as a true freshman, set [sic] home from bowl practices in 2015 and was suspended for the first four games last season. Brown could start at one cornerback spot this season, his senior year. He had 32 tackles and two interceptions last season.

10. LB Reuben Foster (2013 - 7th nationally)
Foster had plenty of drama, committing to Bama and switching to Auburn. He even got an Auburn tattoo, but chose the Tide after head coach Gene Chizik was fired. Foster played his senior season at Auburn High.
It took two seasons for Foster to blossom at Alabama, but he became one of college football’s best linebackers in 2015. He won the Butkus Award for the country’s best linebacker in 2016, a year where he earned All-SEC and All-America honors.
Foster had 73 tackles as a junior and 115 as a senior with 13 for loss and five sacks. His NFL Draft stock fell from top 10 to No. 31 overall by the San Francisco 49ers after a positive drug test and injury concerns  8)

9. Landon Collins (2012 - 7th nationally)
Collins, from Dutchtown in Louisiana, announced his commitment to Alabama at the Under Armour All-American game, though his mother visibly disagreed with the choice.
Collins became a starter as a sophomore in 2013 and was an All-American in 2014. He recorded 170 tackles and five interceptions in his career and won one national championship. Collins was an early second-round pick by the New York Giants in 2015, but went to the Pro Bowl last season and is now regarded as one of the top pro safeties
 
8. DB Hasean HaHa Clinton-Dix (2011 - 7th nationally)
Out of Orlando’s Doc Phillips High, Clinton-Dix committed to Bama 10 months before National Signing Day, choosing the Crimson Tide over USC, Florida State, Michigan and several more powers. He signed with fellow five-star D Hart, but had more success at Alabama than Hart ever did.
Clinton-Dix won two national championships and was the starter for most of his sophomore and junior seasons, recording seven interceptions on his career. Clinton-Dix did miss two games due to a suspension in 2013, but was a first-round NFL Draft pick by the Green Bay Packers in 2014 and a Pro Bowler.

7. RB Trent Richardson (2009 - 6th nationally)
Elite Pensacola running back chose Alabama in the summer of 2008 over LSU et al.
Richardson burst onto the scene as a true freshman, backing up Mark Ingram but rushing or 784 yards en route to a national title. Richardson added 719 yards as a sophomore, but ran or 1,740 as a junior and scored 43 career touchdowns. He finished third in the Heisman Trophy voting that year, but helped Alabama to another national champioship. Richardson was drafted No. 3 overall by the Browns in 2012, but is now out of the league and is one of the biggest NFL Draft busts in history.

6. DL Da'Shawn Hand (2014 - 5th nationally)
Hand also committed fairly early from Woodbridge, Va., choosing the Tide when Michigan was perceived as the heavy favorite.
6-foot-4, 288-pound Hand has not yet lived up to the potential bestowed upon him. Rivals had Hand as its No. 1 overall recruit in 2014. But he’s also been behind Jonathan Allen and Dalvin Tomlinson in the fight for playing time. This is Hand’s last chance as a senior to secure a starting spot and he is the favorite to do so at one end position.
Hand has made an impact when in, recording 21 tackles, 3.5 for loss with two sacks as a junior. But he was recently arrested and charged with DUI.

5. OL Cam Robinson (2014 - 4th nationally)
Our nation’s top offensive tackle from West Monroe, left his home state to play for the Tide, committing early in the process. [He worked hard while many sat in air conditioning.]
Robinson became an instant starter at left tackle and was one of college football’s best offensive lineman over his three-year college career. He was arrested, but not prosecuted before the 2016 season on marijuana and weapons charges. He won the Jacobs and Outland trophies after the 2016 season and was a second-round NFL Draft pick.

4. OL Alex Leatherwood (2017 - 4th nationally)
The massive tackle from Pensacola, Fla. committed to Alabama before his junior season and stuck with it
Leatherwood enrolled for spring practice and many thought he would secure a starting spot on the offensive line. That has not happened -

3. RB Najee Harris (2017 - 3rd nationally)
Antioch, Calif., star Harris was ranked No. 1 for most of his recruiting process, but dipped slightly after battling injuries as a sophomore. He showed up to the Birmingham airport after the U.S. Army All-American game, spurning a charge from Michigan.He’s battling with four other high-profile recruits and two who had most of the carries last year in Bo Scarbrough and Damien Harris, but his talent is too good to keep him off the field.

2. WR Julio Jones (2008 - No. 3 nationally)
Jones was the first great recruiting win for Nick Saban at Alabama, even in a very loaded 2008 class. Jones chose Alabama on National Signing Day over Florida, Florida State, Oklahoma and Texas Tech. The state hasn’t seen any offensive player like the Foley standout since.
Jones started every game he played at during his three-year career, even playing through a broken hand in 2010. He caught 179 passes for 2,653 yards and 15 touchdowns. Jones was a freak of nature at Alabama and continues that path in the NFL. He was picked sixth overall in 2011 by the Atlanta Falcons and has been a four-time Pro Bowler.

1. OL Cyrus Kouandjio (2011 - 2nd nationally)
Hyattsville, Md., five-star Kouandjio announced his commitment to Auburn on National Signing Day, looking uncomfortable [as heck] while doing so. A few days later, he signed with Alabama.
He started in 2012 and 2013 and was one of the top offensive tackles in college football. He was picked No. 44 overall in the second round by the Buffalo Bills.
 
 
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« Reply #1246 on: August 01, 2017, 07:45:47 am »

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Top 20 highest-rated high school signees for Auburn since 2008.
Ten of them were five-star recruits, not including three top-ranked junior college signees. There were 13 more who were ranked in the top 100 high school players or top 5 junior college players in the year they signed missed the cut, including Shon Coleman, Reese Dismukes, Corey Lemonier, Gabe Wright, Braden Smith and Kyle Davis.

20. DT Antwuan Jackson Jr. (2016; 51st nationally)
Jackson picked Auburn over Ohio State, Georgia and Florida and was expected to be a key piece at defensive tackle.
After redshirting in 2016, Jackson chose to transfer this offseason and Gus Malzahn restricted his ability to go elsewhere in the SEC or to Ohio State. He has signed with Blinn CC.

19. QB Kiehl Frazier (2011; 51st nationally)
Frazier was the No. 51 overall player and No. 3 dual-threat quarterback in the country in 2011. Coming out of Shiloh Christian (Ark.), he was thought to be a natural fit to run then-offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn's offense at Auburn, especially after being named USA Today national player of the year.
Frazier won the starting job during fall camp in 2012 but proceeded to have a disastrous season with 753 passing yards, two touchdowns and eight interceptions. He stayed at quarterback the following spring when Malzahn returned as head coach but later moved to defense during fall camp and finished his career at receiver.

18. SDE Elijah Daniel (2013; 49th nationally)
Daniel was the No. 49 overall recruit in 2013 and one of three Under Armour All-Americans to sign with Auburn that year.
Daniel had 23 tackles with 3.5 sacks in two seasons but was dismissed in the spring of 2015 for his part in a robbery of a campus dorm. He transferred to Murray State Mafia

17. WR Nate Craig-Myers (2016; 46th nationally)
At one point the No. 1 overall player, Craig-Myers finished No. 46 overall and No. 7 among wide receivers in the 2016 class.
Craig-Myers had an admittedly disappointing true freshman season with just four catches for 70 yards and one touchdown due in large part to nagging injuries.

16. ATH Kerryon Johnson (2015; 43rd nationally)
Johnson was the third straight Mr. Football to sign with Auburn in 2015.
Through two seasons, Johnson has 1,103 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns and 284 receiving yards for the Tigers. He enters 2017 as the No. 2 running back.

15. SDE Marlon Davidson (2016; 31st nationally)
The younger brother of former Auburn defensive lineman Ken Carter.
Davidson was a major contributor as a true freshman, with 38 tackles including six for loss and 2.5 sacks with four pass breakups.

14. QB Cam Newton (2010; 3rd JUCO nationally)
Newton was a former highly-touted quarterback recruit when he signed at Florida in 2007 and was the No. 3 junior college player in 2010. The JUCO ranking is what has Newton ranked behind Auburn's five-star high school signees over the past decade.Newton led Auburn to the 2010 BCS National Championship, won the Heisman Trophy and set numerous Auburn records before becoming the No. 1 pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. [There was some controversy including a one-day suspension during his time there.]

13. WR D'haquille Williams (2014; 1st JUCO nationally)
No. 1 junior college player in the country in 2014, D'haquille Williams chose Auburn over in-state LSU.
After posting 45 catches for 730 yards and five touchdowns in 2014, which ended with Williams suspended for the Outback Bowl following an altercation at a bar, Williams was expected to be a major contributor as a senior in 2015.
LaPlace, Louisiana native had just 12 catches for 147 yards and one score before he was dismissed on Oct. 5, 2015 following another bar fight in which he broke the jaw of teammate Xavier Dampeer.

12. QB Jarrett Stidham (2017; 1st JUCO nationally)
Former Baylor quarterback went to McLennan C.C. last year but did not play. The top-ranked junior college player in our nation was recruited by Auburn for months and chose the Tigers in Dec. 2016 and arrived on campus shortly thereafter.
Stidham was the first-team quarterback during spring practice while Sean White was recovering from a broken forearm. The Stephenville, Texas native is heavily favored to win the starting job.

11. RB Jovon Robinson (2015; 1st JUCO nationally)
Robinson originally signed with Auburn in 2012 but a grade-changing scandal involving his [Memphis-area] guidance counselor forced him to go to junior college. He eventually signed with the Tigers again in 2015, when he was the No. 1 junior college player in the country.
After injuries hampered the first half of his 2015 season, Robinson rushed for 639 yards and three touchdowns with five 90-plus yard outings in the final six games, including 126 yards and a score in the Birmingham Bowl.
The following offseason was checkered with incidents, first with teammate Marshall Taylor that left the graduate transfer defensive back injured and later with a female student. Robinson denied wrongdoing in both matters but was dismissed on the first day of camp in 2016.

5-star club
Since 2008, Auburn has signed 10 five-star high school prospects.

10. ILB Tre' Williams (2014; 29th nationally)
Williams was a cornerstone of the '14 recruiting class, of which he was a designated leader. He was among several Mobile area players to sign with Auburn.
In three seasons, Williams has 138 tackles with 7.5 for loss and one sack. He is projected to start at middle linebacker for the second straight season.

9. OT Calvin Ashley (2017; 27th nationally)
Ashley was the earliest commitment to the '17 class, doing so in May 2015.
Ashley is on campus and expected to compete for playing time as a true freshman.

8. ATH Trovon Reed (2010; 24th nationally)
Reed spent his first three seasons at wide receiver, where he had 39 catches for 384 yards and a touchdown, before moving to cornerback as a senior and had 12 tackles with three interceptions.

7. RB Roc Thomas (2014; 23rd nationally)
Oxford running back Racean "Roc" Thomas was the second straight Alabama Mr. Football to commit to Auburn in 2014, following Jeremy Johnson
Thomas had 43 carries in both his freshman and sophomore seasons for a total of 475 yards and three touchdowns.
Injuries led him to drop from starter to No. 3 on the depth chart in 2015 behind Peyton Barber and Jovon Robinson, who was in line to start in 2016 and part of what led Thomas to transfer to Jacksonville State.

6. WDE Carl Lawson (2013; 21st nationally)
Lawson stuck with his commitment to Auburn amid a coaching chance after the 2012 season and was ranked as high as the No. 2 overall prospect by ESPN in 2013.
Injuries plagued Lawson's college career, with a torn ACL sidelining him in 2014 and a hip injury knocking him out for half of 2015. But he got through 2016 healthy and had 30 tackles with 14 for loss including 9.5 sacks en route to being a 4th-round pick by the Bengals.

5. DT Montravius Adams (2013; 10th nationally)
Adams announced his commitment on National Signing Day and became one of three Under Armour All-Americans along the defensive line to sign with Auburn in '13.
Adams finished his career with 147 tackles with 19.5 for loss and 10.5 sacks, two interceptions, three forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries. His senior season was the best of his career and he was a third-round pick.

4. OT Christian Westerman (2011; 10th nationally)
Westerman was the No. 10 overall player in '11 and a major piece of Auburn's class.After redshirting in 2011, Westerman made one start in 2012 before transferring to ASU.

3. DT Derrick Brown (2016; 9th nationally)
Brown was the gem of Auburn's '16 class and the No. 1 player in the state of Georgia.Brown has 11 tackles with one sack and a fumble recovery as a true freshman. He is competing for a starting job at defensive tackle in 2017.

2. RB Michael Dyer (2010; 8th nationally)
Dyer was the No. 8 overall player and No. 1 running back in 2010.
Dyer had back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons and in 2010 and 2011 and his run in the BCS National Championship game will live in Auburn lore. He was later dismissed and went to Arkansas State, where he was also dismissed, and finished his college career at Louisville.

1. SDE Byron Cowart (2015; 3rd nationally)
Cowart was the No. 1 overall recruit in the country for most of 2015 before finishing No. 3. His commitment on National Signing Day was marred be drama as his NLI did not get faxed to Auburn for hours and speculation ran rampant about in-state Florida.Cowart has just six tackles in each of his first two seasons at Auburn, with just one for loss. He has moved from end to tackle with the hopes of being more effective in 2017.
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1248 on: August 01, 2017, 12:22:39 pm »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '18 "Athletes"

Joey Bartram            .9524  AU  Jacksonville Bartram Trail #2 ATH, #23 FL, #108 US

Quindarious Monday  .9188  AU   Atlanta Carver               #9 ATH, #24 GA, #213 US

Iverson Clement       .9034   UF   Mount Holly                 #14 ATH, #7 NJ, #282 US

BJ Hanspard             .8959  Ark   DeSoto                      #15 ATH, #41 TX, #312 US

Marcus Murphy         .8726  MS   West Point                   #22 ATH, #6 MS, #432 US

Alex Reigelsperger    .8723  UK    Dayton Wayne           #24 ATH, #21 OH, #436 US

Sean Michael Flanagan .8646 Ark Charleston                #32 ATH, #3 AR, #520 US

Jalen Knox               .8646  Miz  Arlington Mansfield ... #34 ATH, #72 TX, #524 US

Kolbi Fuqua              .864    AU   Cordova                   #36 ATH, #17 AL, #536 US

Cam Taylor             .8585  Miz  Montgomery Park Xing #47 ATH, #20 AL, #619 US

Tae Provens            .8578   LS   Madison County        #48 ATH, #21 AL, #624 US

Akeem Hayes         .8484   UK  Chaminade-Madonna #69 ATH, #129 FL, #842 US

Miles Jones            .8462   VU   FtL Amer. Heritage   #72 ATH, #138 FL, #878 US

Jonathan Hess       .8333   OM   Vestavia Hills          #97 ATH, #43 AL, #1232 US

Dantreize Scott     .8126    LS    Ferriday               #138 ATH, #76 LA, #1795 US
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Re: All-SEC Football Players and Their Ratings out of High School
« Reply #1249 on: August 01, 2017, 12:32:06 pm »

Updated ratings for some of those top SEC committed '18 Kicking Specialists

Skyler DeLong    .8115 Bama Nation Ford #2 P, #32 SC, #1815 US

Seth Small          .7999  A&M   Katy        #6 PK, #286 TX, #2018 US

Evan McPherson  .7999  MS     Ft. Payne  #7 PK, #73 AL, #2037 US

Jake Carmada     .7865  UG     Norcross   #9 PK, #185 GA, #2169 US

Chance Poore     .7804   UK     Westside  #11 PK, #44 SC, #2208 US

Javan Rice          .7498  VU  Belen Jesuit #21 PK, #265 FL, #2500+ uS
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