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Plenty of SEC talent on live TV in Florida High School title games this week

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This weekend, SEC fans, if you tune in or log in—depending on if it’s TV or livestream—you can see several of the SEC’s top commitments or potential recruits in action. It is state championship time, and Florida’s title games are in full swing. You can catch them in Florida on several cable affiliates, and even on CSS in certain locations around the Southeast.

NOTE: All times mentioned are Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). Check your local listings for the regional channels.


  •  WHO: Trinity Christian (Fla.) vs. Clearwater Central Catholic (Fla.)
  • WHEN/TV: Saturday, 1:07 p.m./Bright House Sports Network (in Florida),, tape delayed later Saturday on CSS and Cox Sports.
  • SEC COMMITS: LSU commit Kevin Toliver (Trinity); Florida commit Justus Reed (CCC).
  • THE SKINNY: Toliver is rated the No. 2 prospect overall in the nation for the Class of 2015, and he is committed to LSU. His junior teammates Jeffrey Holland and Kendrick Norton have dozens of offers already, several of which are from SEC schools. This junior class is one of the best in the southeast for one high school.
  •  WHO: Norcross (Ga.) vs. Colquitt County (Ga.)
  • WHEN/TV: Friday, 7:30 p.m./CSS
  • SEC COMMITS: Ole Miss commit Jamiyus Pittman (Colquitt).
  • THE SKINNY: Colquitt features Pittman, who already is committed to an SEC school (Ole Miss), but uncommitted five-star prospect Lorenzo Carter is the big-name guy. He plays for Norcross, and is basically a monster battle between Alabama, Georgia and several other SEC powers. They aren’t the only two big ones, but it all starts with Carter.


  •  WHO: Champagnat (Fla.) vs. Victory Christian (Fla.)
  • WHEN/TV: Friday, 1:07 p.m./CSS, Cox Sports TV, Bright House Sports,
  • THE SKINNY: Champagnat has junior cornerback Gerald Robinson, who holds an offer from Kentucky and is being heavily recruited by several others. Also, Robinson’s senior teammate is Travonte Valentine, who is now committed to Miami but was once committed to Florida.


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