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Seven of the top 10 JUCOs heading to SEC

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They’re older, they’re wiser … and they’ve been humbled a bit. On Wednesday, junior college players can begin signing national letters of intent with BCS schools–and the SEC has a bumper crop of them planning to come aboard.

The SEC, as of Tuesday, will have 32 junior college transfers coming to the ranks next year. These guys aren’t ready to redshirt or sit for a few years, they’re seasoned and ready to play. Here’s a look at what kind of bumper crop of JUCO players is coming to the SEC, and what they’re ranked in the composite ranking–which averages all of the recruiting services’ rankings.

Auburn has the No. 1 JUCO player in the nation in D’haquille Wiliams, and for the record, Tennessee has three of the national top 10 JUCO prospects and four of the top 20.

D’haquille Williams WR Perkinston, MS Gulf Coast C.C. 1 Auburn
Dominick Jackson OL San Mateo, CA College of San Mateo 2 Alabama
Lavon Pearson WR Quincy, CA Father River C.C. 4 Tennessee
DaVonte Lambert DE Milledgeville, GA Georgia Military College 6 Tennessee
Jermaine Eluemunor OL Scranton, PA Lackawanna C.C. 7 Texas A&M
Dontavius Blair OL Garden City, KS Garden City C.C. 8 Tennessee
Avery Gennesy OT Scooba, MS East Mississippi C.C. 9 Texas A&M
Derrick Moncrief DB Perkinston, MS Gulf Coast C.C. 11 Auburn
Jarran Reed DT Scooba, MS East Mississippi C.C. 13 Alabama
Chris Weatherd LB Athens, TX Trinity Valley C.C. 18 Tennessee
Shattle Fenteng DB Hutchinson, KS Hutchinson C.C. 22 Georgia
Abu Lamin DT Fort Scott, KS Fort Scott C.C. 26 South Carolina
Fahn Cooper OL Glen Ellyn, IL College of DuPage 28 Ole Miss
Cory Johnson DT Brooklyn, NY ASA College 30 Kentucky
Christian Russell LB Scooba, MS East Mississippi C.C. 31 Ole Miss
Akeem Judd RB Milledgeville, GA Georgia Military College 32 Ole Miss
Dalvon Stuckey DT Poplarville, MS Pearl River CC 34 Auburn
Joshua Reynolds WR Tyler, TX Tyler J.C. 39 Texas A&M
Jhaustin Thomas DE Athens, TX Trinity Valley C.C. 42 South Carolina
Jeremy Liggins ATH Senatobia, MS Northeast Mississippi CC 50 Ole Miss
Will Coleman DE Tyler, TX Tyler J.C. 69 Mississippi State
Norman Price OL Raymond, MS Hinds C.C. 91 Mississippi State
Jocquell Johnson OL Wesson, MS Copiah-Lincoln C.C. 99 Mississippi State
Shyquawn Pullium DB Brenham, TX Blinn C.C. 100 Kentucky
Kenya Dennis DB Raymond, MS Hinds C.C. 105 Mizzou
Owen Williams DT El Dorado, KS Butler C.C. 115 Tennessee
Ryan Flannigan LB Brenham, TX Blinn C.C. 130 Kentucky
Devaroe Lawrence DT Milledgeville, GA Georgia Military College 133 Auburn
Xavier Dampeer OL Wesson, MS Copiah-Lincoln C.C. 178 Auburn
Michael Mathis DB Kilgore, TX Kilgore J.C. 191 Kentucky
Cody Hollister WR Yuma, AZ Arizona Western Coll. NR Arkansas

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Comments 6

  1. I think everyone has to agree that Mississippi has the best juco football in the country. Every year juco teams are loaded with SEC talent. No other state comes close to having the kind of talent in the juco ranks like Mississippi. Did I mention East Mississippi won the Juco National Title this year?

  2. bsums
    Commented : 4 months ago

    Hopefully Jeremy Liggins doesn’t announce a commitment to LSU in the middle of the square again. I still may never forgive him for that.

    • I completely agree, that was just wrong. I’m wondering were he will play when he gets to Ole Miss? I just can’t see him playing QB. Maybe TE or DE?