Spring football didn’t answer all questions for SEC East teams. In fact, several questions loom for every team entering 2014.
Here are the three burning questions for every SEC East team exiting spring practice:
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- Who will emerge as the go-to receiver?
- Will UVA TE transfer Jake McGee make his way to Florida? Would he become the biggest receiving weapon?
- Is linebacker Florida’s weakest defensive position corps?
- Can Hutson Mason be as efficient as AJ McCarron?
- Is Jeremy Pruitt the missing piece to UGA’s title hopes?
- Will Leonard Floyd or Jordan Jenkins become the defense’s biggest weapon?
- Aside from Georgia, does Kentucky have the deepest and most talented backfield in the SEC East?
- Will UK have the receivers necessary to sling the rock 40 times per game?
- Is DE Za’Darius Smith due for a monster season?
- Who will emerge as Missouri’s go-to wide receiver?
- Who will the Tigers miss more: DE Michael Sam, WR Dorial Green-Beckham or RB Henry Josey?
- Will Mizzou enter the season with little hype like 2013?
South Carolina Gamecocks
- How different will the offense look under Dylan Thompson?
- Will this be Shaq Roland’s year to finally break out?
- Is defensive line or secondary the biggest concern for Lorenzo Ward?
- Will freshmen Jalen Hurd or Josh Malone have a bigger impact in 2014?
- Will Butch Jones vote experience and give the starting nod to Justin Worley to start game one? If not Worley, who?
- Is DE/OLB Curt Maggitt ready for a major breakout season?
- Will RB Jerron Seymour or Brian Kimbrow have a bigger impact this season?
- Will LSU QB transfer Stephen Rivers transfer to Vandy? If so, will he see any playing time competing against dual-threat QBs Patton Robinette or Johnny McCrary?
- Is former DE turned OLB Caleb Azubike ready to be a monster?
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