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SEC Recruiting Headlines 4/30/2013

sec-recruiting-notebook-gfx1. The SEC had plenty of success in the NFL draft. And that makes for a strong sales pitch on the recruiting trail.

2. Football prospects see pro potential at Florida after the Gators had two players selected in the first round.

3. Top running back prospect Leonard Fournette showed recently he has plenty of speed to go with his size.

4. Tennessee signee Ryan Jenkins looks back at the process of choosing between the Vols and Clemson.

5. Several SEC schools remain in contention for defensive end Jesse Aniebonam from Olney, Md.

6. Defensive back Dominique Brown from Ocala, Fla., is keeping his options open while he waits for more offers.

7. These two Louisiana basketball prospects will face off in the SEC.

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Vols Offer Clemson Commit Jenkins

Tennessee has offered a scholarship to Clemson wide receiver commit Ryan Jenkins from Lassiter High School in Marietta, Ga.

Jenkins is the son of former Tennessee defensive back Lee Jenkins, who played for the Vols from 1980-82.

Former Tennessee coach Derek Dooley, who was fired last month, chose not to offer Jenkins. But new coach Butch Jones called Jenkins and offered a scholarship.

“He said I was really high on their board and they like my skillset as a receiver,” Jenkins told ESPN RecruitingNation. “Then he was selling me on the school and saying that they are a program on the rise and that he was going to try and get it turned around. He was telling me about their offense and how they plan to throw the ball.

“He told me they are going to run a pro-style offense that utilizes the no-huddle plans, and that he plans to use me in the slot like he did with Antonio Brown when he was at Central Michigan. It was a good conversation.”

Jenkins, who plans to take an official visit to Clemson on Jan. 11, is still committed to the Tigers. He hasn’t decided if he will visit Tennessee.

“Moving forward I am still committed to Clemson and they are my No. 1,” Jenkins said. “I am just considering Tennessee.”

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SEC Recruiting Headlines – 10/19/11

1. Florida is targeting the junior college ranks for immediate help in 2012.

2. Georgia is trying to land a visit from defensive end Raphael Kirby, who’s still committed to Miami.

3. Defensive Francis Kallon is still committed to Georgia Tech after visiting Auburn.

4. Defensive back Jordan Diggs had a favorable review of his recent trip to Vanderbilt.

5. Here’s a list of the top 50 prospects in Broward County for 2012 and the latest on their recruitment.

6. 2013 running back Michael Parker has already picked up offers from SEC and ACC schools.

7. 2013 wide receiver Ryan Jenkins will attend the Alabama-Tennessee game in Tuscaloosa on Saturday.

8. Clemson received a commitment from defensive end Josh Brown, who received interest from Kentucky.

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