SEC supremacy in college football is essentially an accepted doctrine at this point. Seven straight BCS titles provide quite a convincing argument. The battle between conference powers extends beyond the playing field, evidenced by the envelopes received daily by top recruits.
The southeast United States is brimming with big-time high school talent, from the swampy Everglades of Florida to the urban districts of New Orleans. SEC schools annually stockpile talent from this region and, with the recent addition of Texas A&M, the conference's reach extends into the Lone Star State.
The 2014 recruiting class features several recruits whose options appear to come down to a tough (and enviable) decision between SEC foes. Here we identify prospects who are likely to land in the SEC, though their choice remains unclear.