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SEC Recruiting Headlines – 2/7/12

1. Get ready for the recruiting circus that is sure to follow 2013 defensive end Robert Nkemdiche from Loganville, Ga.

2. The top-rated unsigned prospect for the 2012 class is getting closer to making a decision.

3. Here are some signing day grades for the 2012 class from

4. Alabama signee Dalvin Tomlinson had nothing to do with Darius Philon losing his scholarship at Bama, according to Tomlinson’s coach.

5. Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel takes an early look at the 2013 class in Florida.

6. Here’s a look into Kentucky’s efforts to sign its class for 2012.

7. Nkemdiche won’t be the only highly-touted prospect in the state of Georgia for 2013. The group will be large again.

8. South Carolina received a visit from offensive lineman Tyrone Crowder from Rockingham, N.C.

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Predictions Point Tomlinson To Alabama

Defensive tackle Dalvin Tomlinson from Henry County High School in McDonough, Ga., will choose among Alabama, Georgia and Georgia Tech on Wednesday.

And a few members of the media are predicting Tomlinson will choose Alabama.

“I feel he’ll be putting the Bama hat on Wednesday,” ESPN recruiting analyst Jamie Newberg told 680 The Fan in Atlanta on Monday.

Michael Carvell of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution predicted the same decision when he was asked on Sunday.

“The atmosphere makes you feel more comfortable down there,” recently said of Alabama during an interview with

Tomlinson, who will announce his decision on Wednesday, is considered the nation’s 42nd-best defensive tackle by ESPN. Other schools to offer Tomlinson include Auburn, Florida, South Carolina, Tennessee and Southern California.

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SEC Recruiting Headlines – 1/19/12

1. Alabama leads the SEC with 12 commitments on the updated ESPNU 150 list.

2. Defensive lineman Arik and Armond Armstead have delayed their college decisions for 2012.

3. Florida coach Will Muschamp is trying to remold Florida’s roster through recruiting.

4. Missouri coach Gary Pinkel used a helicopter to visit star wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, who will visit Arkansas this weekend.

5. New Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin discusses his recruiting strategy with Bryan Fischer of

6. Will South Carolina running back commit Mike Davis still visit Georgia and Clemson?

7. Linebacker Khalid Henderson has visits scheduled to Ole Miss and Kentucky in the next two weeks.

8. Defensive tackle Dalvin Tomlinson will stick with his final three: Alabama, Georgia and Georgia Tech.

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SEC Recruiting Headlines – 1/18/12

1. Andy Staples of believes the SEC’s new 25-player signing limit provides a safety net for prospects.

2. Alabama has reached its limit on commitments but is still pursuing defensive tackle Korren Kirven. He isn’t the only one.

3. Defensive end JaMichael Winston insists his commitment to Arkansas is solid but he still plans to visit Clemson and North Carolina.

4. Auburn recruits are getting to know defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder.

5. Linebacker Cassanova McKinzy is a solid commit to Auburn, according to his high school coach.

6. has released its final Rivals100 list for the 2012 class. Here’s a breakdown of the moves.

7. Alabama early enrollee T.J. Yeldon was named Mr. Football in Alabama.

8. Alabama coach Nick Saban has been busy recruiting in Atlanta.

9. Why didn’t defensive tackle Dalvin Tomlinson visit Georgia this past weekend. Michael Carvell of the AJC has an answer for you.

10. Will it be a “photo finish” between Florida and Georgia for linebacker Josh Harvey-Clemons?

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SEC Recruiting Headlines – 12/5/11

1. Center Chukwuka “Arnold” Okechukwu has decided to play basketball for Vanderbilt.

2. Florida has announced its basketball signing class for 2012.

3. Arkansas commit Mike Pennel’s coach called his player a “man among boys.”

4. Michael Carvell of the AJC writes it would be a “recruiting nightmare” if Keith Marshall doesn’t choose Georgia on Tuesday.

5. Linebacker David Perkins is still considering LSU, Mississippi State and Tennessee, among others.

6. Defensive tackle Dalvin Tomlinson rated his trip to Georgia Tech an “8 or 9″ on a 1-10 scale.

7. Athlete Albert Reid, who recently visited Vanderbilt, has decommitted from West Virginia.

8. Defensive lineman Jonathan Bullard will announce his college choice next week.

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