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Wow Headlines 4/26/2013

Twelve ex-SEC players selected in first round of NFL draft Thursday night
Minnesota Vikings sent four picks to the New England Patriots to select former Tennessee wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson
NFL draft continues Friday night and Saturday
Former LSU cornerback Tharold Simon reportedly arrested Thursday night…projected as mid-round pick
In six years at Alabama, coach Nick Saban already has more first-round NFL selections than Bear Bryant did in 25 years at Bama
Mike Vollmar hired as Tennessee’s new associate AD in charge of football
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Jeremy Liggins: ‘LSU Is Out’

Quarterback Jeremy Liggins from Lafayette (Miss.) High School won’t attend LSU.

“I have scratched LSU,” Liggins told 247Sports. “I was thinking about it real hard (Monday) night. I called LSU today and told them they were out.”

Liggins will now turn his attention to two in-state schools: Ole Miss and Mississippi State.

“I just want to stay in Mississippi and represent my state,” he said. “I love my state. I want to help bring a national championship to Mississippi.”

It would appear Liggins wants to help Ole Miss win that championship. He told 247Sports during his visit to LSU last weekend he was promoting Ole Miss to junior college wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson.

“I was kind of in his ear about Ole Miss,” Liggins said. “The Ole Miss coaches asked me to keep an eye on him. I did.”

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Auburn Visits Receiver Patterson

Auburn is continuing to pursue junior college wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson.

The five-star prospect received a visit on Wednesday from Auburn head coach Gene Chizik and wide receivers coach Trooper Taylor.

“It was a pretty good visit,” Patterson told “We talked about a lot of the same things we’ve been talking about, really. It was just good to  see the coaches again and have them come to my home. I feel better about Auburn now that Coach Chizik and Trooper came to see me. I really like the fanbase there, too.”

Patterson, who’s ranked the nation’s No. 1 junior college prospect by 247Sports, has already taken official visits to Auburn, Georgia and Tennessee.

Patterson plans to take two more visits and is considering Arkansas, LSU, Ole Miss, Baylor and Oklahoma. He told 247Sports he has scheduled official visits to Ole Miss and Baylor on Jan. 13.

“I got two visits set up for the same day and I don’t know which on I’m going to take yet,” Patterson said.

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Tennessee Commits Respond To Baggett’s Departure

Coaching changes can often have an effect on recruiting.

That’s why it was natural for Tennessee fans to wonder on Thursday how wide receiver coach Charlie Baggett’s departure might affect UT’s recruiting.

So far the Vols appear to be in OK shape.

Wide receiver commit Keithon Redding from Decatur, Ga., told MrSEC he was “shocked” to hear Baggett is leaving UT but remains committed to the Vols.

“He played a big role in me committing to Tennessee,” Redding said. “But it doesn’t affect me.”

It hasn’t affected receiver commit Jason Croom from Norcross, Ga., either. Croom indicated via twitter that his commitment to UT is firm.

Athlete Justin King from Dunwoody, Ga., told MrSEC via text message that he remains committed to UT, but he did express an interest in the stability of the rest of the Vols’ coaching staff.

Uncommitted wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson from Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College will be a prospect to watch.

Patterson, who’s considered the nation’s top junior college prospect by, has already visited UT and is still considering Georgia, Arkansas and Auburn.

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