Headliner:Demarcus Milliner is a very talented, "bigger" cornerback that's headed to Tuscaloosa.
Sleeper:Deion Belue is a playmaker on either side of the ball.
This is another rip-roaring class for Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide. No one in the land signed a better group of defensive backs. Alabama landed another five-star in standout DeMarcus Milliner, as well as high four-star prospects like cornerbacks Dequan Menzie and John Fulton and safety Jarrick Williams. Alabama did well up front, especially with defensive ends Alfy Hill and Adrian Hubbard. Linebacker C.J. Mosley is a player that can find the football in a hurry. Quarterback Phillip Sims leads the offensive class, and he is one of the nation's best at his position. The Tide landed a little thunder and lightning with the signatures of Jalston Fowler and Corey Grant. Wide receiver DeAndrew White and tight end Brian Vogler lead this group of pass catchers. Alabama closed on the offensive line with Arie Kouandjio.
Headliner: Five-star wide receiver Da'Rick Rogers was an absolute steal in the end for coach Derek Dooley and his Vols.
Sleeper:Marcques Dixon was a good late get for the Vols. He brings some serious speed to Knoxville.
New Tennessee coach Derek Dooley and his staff did a very good job considering the circumstances they inherited. First, Dooley kept all the early enrolles in Knoxville. That was a recruiting coups that gave Dooley a ton of early credibility. The Vols landed their quarterback of the future in Tyler Bray. Running back Rajion Neal, wide receivers Da'Rick Rogers and Justin Hunter, offensive linemen James Stone and Jawuan James, defensive ends Jacques Smithand Corey Miller, wide receiver/safety Ted Meline and linebacker Eddrick Loften are all big-time recruits.
Headliner: Running back Marcus Lattimore is a versatile talent at running back. He is the kind of special player at the position that Steve Spurrier has been desperate to find.
Sleeper: Offensive guard/center prospect Tramell Williams has a chance to be an outstanding interior offensive line prospect in Columbia.
The Gamecocks landed a little bit of everything with this class. Leading the way is five-star running back prospect Marcus Lattimore. He can run and catch, and should be an ideal fit. Another good fit will be quarterback Connor Shaw. He doesn't have the biggest arm in the world, but Spurrier should love the intangibles he brings to the table. Other standouts are wide receiver Ace Sanders, offensive linemen A.J. Cann and Tramell Williams, defensive tackle Kelcy Quarles, cornerbacks Victor Hampton and Brison Williams and safety Sharrod Golightly. Wide receiver Javon Bell from Jacksonville was a nice late addition.
Headliner: Arkansas won a huge Signing Day battle over Oklahoma State for defensive tackle Calvin Barnett.
Sleeper: He didn't have a lot of buzz, but Luke Charpentier is a terrific OL from the Bayou State.
Bobby Petrino's 2010 class is loaded with athletes - of the big and small variety. At 6-2 and 265 pounds, Jatashun Beachum is one of the nation's most intriguing big man. What position he'll play is the big question because he is so versatile. Safety Daunte Carr fell to Hogs from Stanford. Defensive linemen Calvin Barnett, Bryan Jones and Jeremiah Jackson are very good. Florida prospects Joseph Byrd and Marquel Wade are two underrated players from the Sunshine State.
Headliner: The headliner here is tight end Alex Smith, who the Wildcats pulled very late.
Sleeper:Raymond Sanders got overlooked in Georgia because of the great depth at the running back position.
The Wildcats got a big one on signing day when they turned four-star tight end Alex Smith away from North Carolina. Then they pulled some very good recruits in the end. Athlete Jerrell Priester, running backs Brandon Gainer and Miles Simpson and linebacker Tim Patterson joined the fold late. The Wildcats have a solid defensive end class, which is led by Mike Douglas. He is a steal from the Sunshine State. Cornerback Dale Trimble, linebacker Jabari Johnson and running back Raymond Sanders are all sleeper-type recruits. Kentucky went to 10 states to land prospects for their class.
Headliner: Running back Rajaan Bennett was a huge, late pull for the Vandy class. He is one of the top running backs from the south.
Sleeper: You have to love to motor of defensive tackle Jared Morse.
This could be the top Vanderbilt class in many years. The Commodores set their sights on Georgia and landed nine Peach State prospects in the end, highlighted by running back Rajaan Bennett. Vandy went to New Jersey to get defensive tackle James Kittredge, Alabama to get Jared Morse, Florida to nab Thomas Ryan, Mississippi to ink Vince Taylor and Virginia to sign Andre Simmons.