Chris Low ranks the SEC's Top 10 Newcomers 1. Jevan Snead, QB, Ole Miss 2. Chris Rainey, RB, Florida 3. Demetrice Morley, S, Tennessee 4. Chris Todd, QB, Auburn 5. Raven Gray, DE, Auburn 6. Will Hill, S, Florida 7. Jerrell Harris, LB, Alabama 8. Enrique Davis, TB, Ole Miss 9. Julio Jones, WR, Alabama 10. Blair Walsh, K, Georgia Two each for the Gators, AU Tigers, Rebels, and Tide. He also includes DT Jerrell Powe and LB Patrick Trahan of Ole Miss and DE Gerald Williams and TE Brandon Warren of UT.
Each has the ability to be an impact player if they can do the job in the classroom. Powe in particular has been the subject of many a water-cooler conversation over the past few years in his seemingly never-ending saga.
Former Ole Miss coach Ed Orgeron fought like a madman to get Powe eligible, only be to be denied repeatedly. From what I'm hearing through the Ole Miss grapevine, Powe will be eligible this year. They're just waiting until after SEC Media Days to announce it, as to not have to field the questions about it. And, if you need a laugh, here are some stupid kids and hard metal basketball rims: