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SEC Headlines 4/7/2014

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1. Report: Alabama cornerback Eddie Jackson suffered a torn ACL during Saturday’s scrimmage.

2. Here are five storylines to watch entering the final two weeks of Alabama’s spring practice.

3. Alabama’s running backs “have really had good springs so far,” according to Nick Saban.

4. Auburn cornerback Jonathan Jones needs to stay healthy to be able to help the Tigers.

5. Talented wide receiver Ricky Seals-Jones is the latest Texas A&M player to be arrested.

6. Athlon Sports put together an All-SEC team from the BCS Era.

Kentucky vs UConn

7. The script for Kentucky to reach the finals has been unlikely. The Wildcats can still have a happy ending.

8. Kentucky center Willie Cauley-Stein said it’s “heartbreaking” that he won’t be able to play against UConn.

9. It will be a tale of two backcourts going into tonight’s matchup.

10. Seth Davis is certain Kentucky will beat UConn. He thinks.

11. A rebound by Saint Joseph’s could have prevented UConn’s incredible run from ever happening.

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12. The disappointing finish doesn’t define the journey for Florida, writes Pat Dooley.

13. There are plenty of questions to be answered now that Florida’s season is over.


14. Wide receiver Jarvis Landry is preparing for LSU’ Pro Day on Wednesday.


15. Former Auburn coach Gene Chizik doesn’t appear too impressed with his daughter’s prom date in this photo.

16. “Why are all student-athletes still being considered equal?” That’s what Dan Wetzel wants to know.

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Receiver LaRue Chooses Texas A&M

Texas A&M has added to its deep group of wide receivers in the 2013 class with a commitment from Sebastian LaRue.

The standout from Santa Monica (Calif.) High School committed to the Aggies on Friday.

LaRue, who previously committed to Southern California, joins a strong class of receivers that includes Kyrion Parker, Ricky Seals-Jones and JaQuay Williams, who has already enrolled at Texas A&M for the spring semester.

Texas A&M has 32 commitments for the class of 2013. Signing Day is Feb. 6.

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Seals-Jones Picks Texas A&M

Texas A&M has received a commitment from wide receiver Ricky Seals-Jones from Sealy (Texas) High School.

The nation’s No. 1 athlete according to ESPNU chose the Aggies over LSU. He previously committed to Texas before he decided to reopen his recruitment.

Seals-Jones is the 34th commitment for Texas A&M’s class of 2013. He’s the latest in an impressive run of commitments for the Aggies.

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Seals-Jones Attends LSU-Texas A&M

Wide receiver Ricky Seals-Jones from Sealy (Texas) High School was in attendance Saturday to watch his top two teams play against each other.

LSU defeated Texas A&M 24-19 in College Station, Texas, on Saturday. Seals-Jones told ESPN RecruitingNation he was impressed with the atmosphere at Texas A&M.

“It was crazy,” he said. “The fans there are very dedicated in their traditions. It was just a nice atmosphere out there.”

Seals-Jones, who’s ranked the nation’s No. 1 wide receiver by ESPN, will go to LSU on Nov. 3 to watch the Tigers play Alabama. He hopes to make a decision soon after that trip.

“After I make that trip, I’ll sit down, talk to my parents and I’ll probably make a decision, probably after football season,” he said.

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SEC Recruiting Headlines 9/11/12

1. Here’s a look at John Calipari’s plans with the start of the contact period.

2. Florida State’s coaches are making a strong run at running back Greg Bryant.

3. Offensive lineman Na’Ty Rodgers will visit South Carolina this weekend.

4. Defensive tackle Montravius Addams will visit Michigan State this weekend.

5. Robert Nkemdiche’s Grayson High School remains No. 1 in the ESPN Power Rankings.

6. Here’s an update on Auburn’s 2013 commitments.

7. Zach Abolverdi believes Laremy Tunsil won’t end up at Florida.

8. The injury to Ricky Seals-Jones isn’t as bad as once thought.

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