1. The nation’s top JUCO prospect has changed his mind. After committing to LSU, wide receiver D’Haquille Williams has had a change of heart. “I decommited from LSU so I can explore all my options. I plan on doing so during the summer and fall.” Williams had 67 receptions at Mississippi Gulf Coast last year.
2. Les Miles reaction? “If a guy wants to decommit and say ‘I’m interested in looking around,’ this is plenty early. We have a scholarship, we’re looking for very good players, we’ll continue to recruit.”
3. Scott Rabalais: “There is every expectation that Williams will make his football version of an Australian walkabout and eventually sign with LSU.”
4. Here’s how LSU’s 2014 linebacking class is shaping up.
5. Why is Tennessee stockpiling wide receivers in its 2014 class? Here are some theories.
6. For the second time in a week, Florida lost a member of its 2014 class. Fort Myers Dunbar receiver Ryeshene Bronson was the Gators first commitment for 2014 but now says he wants to visit other schools. A source says it was a mutual decision. Why the Gators need defense in the 2014 class.
7. Palm Bay (Fla.) Bayside defensive tackle Travonte Valentine lists Alabama, Tennessee and Miami in his top three. He plans to visit both Alabama and Tennessee this summer. One of the top defensive tackles in the country, he has previously been committed to both Florida and Louisville.
8. Ten players from Alabama made the Rivals250 list.
9. How did Auburn coach Gus Malzahn get Georgia running back Peyton Barbour to sign with the Tigers in February? By greeting him in the hotel lobby at 3:00 a.m.
10. Dallas, TX offensive lineman Jovan Pruitt says he plans to visit Arkansas on June 1. Pruitt has more than 10 offers, including one from Alabama.