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SEC Recruiting Headlines 4/3/12

1. Top recruits made sure to check out scrimmages at Alabama and Auburn.

2. Alabama DT signee Dalvin Tomlinson will have surgery to repair a “significant” knee injury.

3. Notre Dame was the latest stop for tight end prospect Mike Heuerman.

4. Bryan Fischer of CBSSports.com has a preview of the upcoming Adidas Invitational.

5. Highly-touted quarterback Max Browne will announce his decision on Wednesday.

6. Georgia signee Jordan Jenkins talked to the AJC about recruiting.

7. Quarterback prospect Kevin Olsen will visit South Carolina next week.

8. Vanderbilt coach James Franklin believes the school’s recruiting is on a “whole different level.”

Here’s a look at quarterback Kevin Olsen.

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Green-Beckham Race Coming To A Close

Wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham from Springfield, Mo., is arguably the most coveted prospect in the nation.

He certainly is in the SEC, at least according to us.

But which college will Green-Beckham choose when he announces on ESPNU on Feb. 1?

ESPN National Recruiting Director Tom Luginbill told the Paul Finebaum Show on Wednesday he believes it’s a three-horse race involving Arkansas, Missouri and Texas.

“I’d give a slight lead to Arkansas,” Luginbill said on the show.

So would CBSSports.com writer Bryan Fischer, who said on WNML Radio he thinks “there’s a good chance” Green-Beckham signs with Arkansas.

Texas has been considered a longshot to land Green-Beckham but hasn’t given up. Longhorn coaches are scheduled to see Green-Beckham at his home this week.

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Tuesday Morning Recruiting Headlines

1. Florida landed five-star prospect D.J. Humphries on Friday. The Gators are going after more of them.

2. Florida’s top running back prospect in 2013: the son of a former NFL pro bowler.

3. Tight end Kent Taylor visited three SEC schools last week.

4. Bryan Fischer of CBS Sports ranks the SEC classes as they stand today.

5. Mr. Fischer provides some details on where the SEC stands less than six months to go until signing day.

6. The SEC has eight schools ranked in ESPN’s top 25 for 2012.

7. Athlete Mike Hilton from Tyrone, Ga., chose Ole Miss over offers from other SEC schools.

8. Florida RB commit Matt Jones is recovering from a knee injury.

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