1. There are 72 early enrollees across the 14 SEC schools. Athlon Sports names them all.
2. Why the wait? LSU has reportedly already received letter of intent from a player who won’t make his announcement until Monday.
3. Grantland’s Holly Anderson spent National Signing Day inside the Tennessee War Room. SI’s Andy Staples does the same.
4. Tennessee hasn’t had a first-team All-SEC running back since 2001. Will this latest class change that?
5. Does Mark Stoops’ recruiting success mean the balance of power is switching from Louisville to Kentucky in the Bluegrass State?
6. Comments on Texas A&M’s recruiting class mostly focus on quarterback Kyle Allen.
7. Ole Miss picked up two cornerbacks that may be able to play right away.
8. A lot of spots to fill at Florida means the 2014 class will get early opportunities to play.
9. Who are considered some of the biggest “flips” this year in the SEC?
10. Auburn put a focus on signing bigger defensive backs.
11. So should we already declare Alabama the winner of this year’s Iron Bowl? Not so fast, my friend.
12. Sounds a lot like Missouri coach Gary Pinkel. Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen relies on his own system of ranking players.
13. “Maybe there is something to be said about Pinkel and Co.’s system after all.”
14. Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason likes the flexibility in his signing class. ”There are nine guys (in the signing class) that could play multiple positions.”
15. Georgia offensive lineman Mark Beard decided to leave Georgia – then changed his mind.
16. Georgia A.D. Greg McGarity on changes to Mark Richt’s staff: “There’s a chemistry among that staff that’s refreshing to see.”
18. Eye-opening stat: ”From 2009-12, only eight FBS programs (7 percent) had the same head coach, offensive coordinator and defensive coordinator all four years.”
19. A dozen former Alabama players get invited to the combine, the most of any school. LSU second with 11 players.
20. Five from Auburn get invites.
21. Auburn tackle Greg Robinson could go as high as No. 2 overall to the Saint Louis Rams.
22. Sports Illustrated’s latest mock draft has Texas A&M tackle Jake Matthews going No. 2 overall.
23. Mel Kiper thinks South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney will go either first or third overall.
24. Arkansas will reportedly retire No. 42 in honor of former President Bill Clinton.
25. Kentucky coach John Calipari has “compiled an enemies list that would make Richard Nixon proud.”
26. How much did LSU hurt its NCAA Tournament chances with a loss at Georgia last night?
27. A 35-point effort from Bobby Portis means the Arkansas freshman will draw extra attention but coach Mike Anderson isn’t worried: “He’s a very good passer.
28. Vanderbilt will try to slow it down against the Razorbacks on Saturday.
29. Tennessee’s Jordan McRae - a dark horse candidate for SEC Player of the Year?
30. SEC Power Rankings - from No. 1 Florida to No. 14 South Carolina.
31. At least 65 former athletes suing NCAA over concussions including many former SEC football players.
32. SEC Media Days expanding to four days this year. Auburn and Gus Malzahn will open it on Monday, July 14.
33. Kentucky Sports Radio accused of copyright infringement.
34. All the assistant coaches at Texas getting multi-year contracts.
35. Former Florida coach Ron Zook reportedly joining the staff of the Green Bay Packers.
36. A mother pens a letter to the Denver Broncos quarterback. Dear Mr. Manning…