Spring ball has come and gone for many programs across the nation. After this upcoming weekend 10 of the 12 SEC teams will be finished with their spring practices.
It is this time of year that fans begin to turn their attention to summer practices.
With the arrival of summer practices comes the excitement of getting to see the incoming players signed in the year's recruiting class. If you are anything like me, the first day of summer practices has a Christmas Day type of feel.
Most coaches would typically prefer to redshirt an incoming freshman, and use a year to get them stronger and to learn the system.
However, in this new day and age with early entries into the NFL Draft, suspensions, injuries, and a large number of other variables, coaches are relying on freshman to make an immediate impact on more frequent basis.
In 2010 the SEC schools racked up a large pool of talent, and held down five the top 10 recruiting classes in the nation according to Rivals.com.
Today let's count down the top 10 SEC incoming freshman.