As is the case most recruiting cycles, there is plenty of linebacker talent heading to the Southeastern Conference for 2016.

Here’s a look at the five top inside linebacker prospects heading to SEC programs.

1. Ben Davis, Alabama (Gordo, Ala.)

The Skinny: The 6-foot-4, 235-pound Davis picked the Crimson Tide on signing day and could be the program’s next great inside linebacker in the mold of Reggie Ragland. Davis was one of several big gets for Alabama defensive line coach Bo Davis on or close to National Signing Day.

2. Jaleel Laguins, Georgia (Watkinsville, Ga./Oconee County)

The Skinny: Just as Davis was a local product that stayed close to home for Alabama, Laguins is a local product from near Athens that stayed close to play for the Bulldogs. The 6-foot-2, 209-pounder is an excellent athlete with good football instincts.

3. Kash Daniel, Kentucky (Paintsville, Ky.)

The Skinny: I had the chance to see Daniel, a U.S. Army All-American, work out in a camp setting last summer and everything that you can evaluate in that setting checked out — his ability to move laterally, his overall athleticism and his desire to compete. He’s the type of prospect that can be a multi-year starter for the Wildcats.

4. Tyrel Dodson, Texas A&M (Franklin, Tenn./Centennial)

The Skinny: It isn’t often that the Aggies dip into the Nashville, Tenn., area for a prospect, but Texas A&M and defensive coordinator John Chavis (who spent several years at Tennessee, is a UT alum and has deep ties to the state) landed Dodson and one other this cycle. The 6-foot-2, 235-pounder is a tough-minded prospect who has the athleticism to be a big contributor in the SEC.

5. David Reese, Florida (Farmington, Mich.)

The Skinny: The Gators were able to pluck Reese out of the state of Michigan late. He’s already enrolled at UF and the 6-foot-1, 235-pounder, who is very good and instinctive tackle-to-tackle, has the chance to play early.