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SEC well represented in 2015 national top 100

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Coming next week starting Feb. 24–Quarterback Week! We take a look at the top 2015 signal caller targets for SEC schools, talk to them about what’s on their minds … and where they might end up.

The class of 2015 national top 100 is full of future SEC talent. Of the 24 players who have already pledged to a college, 13 of them are aligned with SEC schools–with LSU and Alabama having three apiece. Below is a look at which SEC commitments made the national top 100, and where they’re ranked at this early point in the 2015 recruiting cycle.

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Editor’s note: Saturday Down South’s references to ratings follow the composite rankings for high school prospects.

2 Kevin Toliver II LSU Trinity Christian (Jacksonville, FL) 5 DB 6’2” 185
12 Daylon Mack Texas A&M Gladewater (Gladewater, TX) 5 DT 6’2” 310
17 Terry Godwin Georgia Callaway (Hogansville, GA) 5 ATH 6’0” 165
20 Maea Teuhema LSU Keller (Keller, TX) 5 OL 6’4” 346
22 Shameik Blackshear South Carolina Bluffton (Bluffton, SC) 5 DE 6’5” 240
25 Mekhi Brown Alabama Carver (Columbus, GA) 5 DE 6’6” 230
54 Desherrius Flowers Alabama Vigor (Mobile, AL) 4 RB 6’1” 212
58 Deionte Thompson Alabama West Orange-Stark (Orange, TX) 4 S 6’2” 175
63 Nick Brossette LSU University Lab (Baton Rouge, LA) 4 RB 6’0” 207
77 Hjalte Froholdt Arkansas Warren G Harding (Warren, OH) 4 DT 6’4” 282
78 Rodney Anderson Texas A&M Katy (Katy, TX) 4 RB 6’0” 204
80 Preston Williams Tennessee Lovejoy (Hampton, GA) 4 WR 6’5” 205
99 Rico McGraw Georgia Ensworth (Nashville, TN) 4 DB 6’0” 190

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Comments 3

  1. What percent of these early signers are “home(state)boys”? And therefore how many of them could have been signed 3 years ago?