Every year, recruiting coordinators and head coaches sit down and look at the future of the program's depth chart. These meetings aren't about the team's personnel coming up for this season, but rather looking where exactly the team will need more talent and depth two to three years down the line.
Each program has recruiting needs, as graduation, injuries and prior recruits becoming busts must be factored into a recruiting plan. Today, we begin a new series here at B/R, where we'll take a look at some major conferences to assess a few needs for the 2014 recruiting cycle of each program.
The SEC, as the top conference in the country, is up first today. We'll take a trip around the South and give you a couple needs that each SEC program needs to fill in this 2014 recruiting year.