Every SEC team's first signee on National Signing Day
The first National Letter of Intents are rolling in for SEC programs on National Signing Day.
While many elite prospects signed during the Early Signing Period in December, there are several others still on the board.
Every SEC team has signed at least one player so far Wednesday except Kentucky. The Wildcats announced 22 signees during the Early Signing Period and could be done with the class.
Below is a quick look at who was the first player from each SEC school to get his paperwork finalized and officially become a part of his team’s class:
Alabama Crimson Tide: WR Javon Baker
— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 5, 2020
Arkansas Razorbacks: LB Jaccorei Turner
— Arkansas Razorback Football (@RazorbackFB) February 5, 2020
Auburn Tigers: TE Brandon Frazier
— Auburn Football (@AuburnFootball) February 5, 2020
Florida Gators: WR Justin Shorter (Penn State transfer)
— Dan Mullen (@CoachDanMullen) February 5, 2020
Georgia Bulldogs: RB Daijun Edwards
— Georgia Football (@GeorgiaFootball) February 5, 2020
LSU Tigers: WR Alex Adams
Hold That Tiger!
— LSU Football (@LSUfootball) February 5, 2020
Mississippi State Bulldogs: LB Jamari Stewart
— Mississippi State Football (@HailStateFB) February 5, 2020
Ole Miss Rebels: OL Cedric Melton
— Ole Miss Football (@OleMissFB) February 5, 2020
Missouri Tigers: DL Johnny Walker, Jr.
Tampa ➡️ #TheZou 📝
— Mizzou Football (@MizzouFootball) February 5, 2020
South Carolina Gamecocks: RB Zaquandre White
Hit the ground running😏
— Gamecock Football (@GamecockFB) February 5, 2020
Tennessee Volunteers: ATH Dee Beckwith
— Tennessee Football (@Vol_Football) February 5, 2020
Texas A&M Aggies: RB Darvon Hubbard
Just a kid from Akron, OH
— Texas A&M Football (@AggieFootball) February 5, 2020
Vanderbilt Commodores: QB Danny Clark
First anchor has dropped of the day. Welcome, Danny Clark. ⚓️⬇️@DClarkQB is a left-handed signal caller for Copiah-Lincoln who passed for 2,166 yards and 18 touchdowns in 2019.#Gold20ne | #AnchorDown pic.twitter.com/VNfZQRV7mf
— Vanderbilt Football (@VandyFootball) February 5, 2020