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SEC Recruiting Headlines 6/10/2013

recruiting-headlines-gfx1. Georgia added two commitments to its 2014 class during the weekend.

2. Former Florida State cornerback commitment J.C. Jackson gave his pledge to Florida.

3. Junior college running back Akeem Judd has committed to Ole Miss over Auburn and Tennessee.

4. Denver punter JK Scott has committed to Alabama over Arizona, Colorado and Notre Dame.

5. Defensive end Denzel Ware has committed to Kentucky for a second time.

6. Auburn linebacker commit Tre Williams was the top linebacker at the Rivals camp in Chicago.

7. The state of Georgia is kind of a second “home” for Auburn’s recruiting plan.

8. Here’s a camp update from Arkansas. Several prospects who have received offers or want one are on campus.

9. The state of Louisiana is loaded with talent in the 2014 class. The class of 2016 looks impressive, too.

10. Linebacker Gavin Bryant worked out in Gainesville on Sunday for Florida’s coaches.

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WOW Headlines – 3/4/13

ESPN’s Joe Lunardi projects SEC teams Florida, Missouri and Tennessee into the NCAA Tournament field after this weekend’s action
Kentucky, Ole Miss, Alabama and Arkansas are currently outside Lunardi’s bracket projection
Four SEC bubble teams lost over the weekend: Alabama, Kentucky, Ole Miss and Tennessee
Regarding added hype and headlines, Heisman-winning Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel says “I still see myself as the same person I was before.”
Despite rampant, unfounded rumors on Twitter Saturday, LSU football coach Les Miles will not resign today
Former Florida State coach Bobby Bowden on Nick Saban’s success at Alabama: “I don’t know if I see an end to it.”
Two SEC basketball games are scheduled for Tuesday: Arkansas at Missouri and Alabama at Ole Miss
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