SEC Football

Recruiting Update: SEC Edition

Bill HoneycuttContributor IIJanuary 24, 2010

As we approach signing day, the SEC has once again dominated the recruiting scene.

The biggest and best players are flocking to the South, as the SEC owns the rights to five of the top 10 recruiting classes in the country. These teams include Florida (no.1), Alabama (no.3), Auburn (no.4), LSU (no.6), and Georgia (no.8).

Here is a quick list of top recruits committed to SEC teams.  The number next to the player is their overall ranking in the Rivals100 2010.


5. Keenan Allen (DB)

23. Demarcus Milliner (DB)

56. C.J. Mosley (LB)

58. John Fulton (DB)

67. Phillip Sims (QB)

70. Alfy Hill (DE)

73. DeAndrew White (WR)

83. Jarrick Williams (DB)


11. Michael Dyer (RB)

22. Shon Coleman (OL)

46. Trovon Reed (ATH)


1. Ronald Powell (DE)

4. Sharrif Floyd (DT)

7. Dominique Easley (DT)

25. Matt Elam (DB)

28. Joshua Shaw (DB)

47. Jaylen Watkins (DB)

71. Ian Silberman (OL)

77. Chris Dunkley (WR)

81. Gerald Christian (TE)

95. Leon Orr (DT)


9. Da'Rick Rogers (WR)

40. Alec Ogletree (DB)

45. T.J. Stripling (DE)

76. Brent Benedict (OL)

79. Garrison Smith (DT)


19. Spencer Ware (ATH)

33. Cassius Marsh (DT)

90. Eric Reid (DB)

South Carolina

60. Victor Hampton (DB)

91. Kelcy Quarles (DT)


55. Jawaun James (OL)

66. Corey Miller (DE)

75. Justin Hunter (WR)

80. Jaques Smith (DE)

























































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