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A Look At ESPN’s Top 150 Prospects: Past and Present

Chris Low and Edward Aschoff of have taken a look at how the SEC has fared in the website’s top 150 lists since 2010.

The 2010 class have spent one fall on campus. Signees from the 2011 class have just arrived or are still expected to by the time August rolls around.

Several players from the 2010 class made immediate impacts last fall. One standout is Auburn running back Michael Dyer, who was named the Offensive MVP of the BCS National Championship Game.

Tennessee has four players on the impact last from 2010: quarterback Tyler Bray, wide receiver Justin Hunter and offensive linemen Ja’Wuan James and James Stone. All four players are expected to start for the Vols this year.

Other prospects fall into the “wait and see” category. After all, they’ve only had one year to show what they can do. Some notables include Florida defensive end Ronald Powell and defensive tackle Dominique Easley and Tennessee receiver Da’Rick Rogers.

As for the ESPNU 150, Alabama landed the most with 11 signees. Auburn (8) and Florida (7) both had strong runs, and Georgia, LSU and Tennessee each landed six prospects.

Alabama already has commitments from six ESPNU 150 members in the 2012 class. Florida (4), LSU (3), Auburn (2), Ole Miss (1) and South Carolina (1) are the other SEC schools with commitments from the ESPNU list.


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