Mississippi Rebels, Quarterback
Scooba, MS2015 Recruit (3-Stars)
It's possible that the SEC could set an all-time record for most players selected in the first round, but here are five names from the conference I feel are being overrated a bit ahead of draft weekend.
One offensive and one defensive player for each SEC team who could be surprises in the 2017 season.
Saban's next big support staff hire could be a former foe.
It's an uphill battle, but these SEC alumni can still make NFL rosters even though they were not invited to the NFL Combine.
If anything, going back to college has hurt Chad Kelly's draft stock. On the field, he was essentially the same player. Off the field, the rumors of his maturation as a man appear to have been exaggerated.
Ole Miss quarterback won't participate in the combine due to off-the-field issues.
The SEC looks to have signed a loaded quarterback class this spring. How does the 2017 squad compare to the past five quarterback classes?
We look around the offensive huddles of the SEC for 2017, see which familiar faces from last year are gone, and try to guess how they might be replaced.
Joshua Dobbs isn't Dak Prescott 2.0, but he showed in Mobile why he's good enough to get chance in NFL
The 'Dak Prescott Effect' is a real thing. Here at the Senior Bowl, practically every team in the NFL is looking for the next Dak Prescott. Could it be Tennessee's Joshua Dobbs? We went to Mobile to find out.
As it turns out, Dak Prescott was quite prepared to play within the confines of a pro-style system. He learned it while in Starkville playing for Mississippi State.