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Colossal 320-pound DT has one school standing out ahead of two hometown SEC programs

Mississippi native Jeffery Johnson is flying under the radar for now, but the 2018 defensive tackle won’t be doing that for much longer considering he’s 6’3″ and 320 pounds. 265 more words


UGA does enough to hang on against LSU

The narrative for Georgia’s (17-12; 8-8) basketball team has become incredibly predictable these days. ┬áBasically, it goes something like this: with its best interior player watching from the sidelines, one undersized point guard continues to refuse to let this team lose. 564 more words


Four-star QB Artur Sitkowski spurns hometown team for one closer to new HS

Artur Sitkowski is originally from Old Bridge, N.J., but has decided to transfer to IMG Academy in Florida for his senior year of high school. The four-star pro-style quarterback is the No. 239 more words


Malik Monk sets crazy new Kentucky record in win over rival

Malik Monk has been one of the best shooters in all of college basketball this season and he proved why with his latest outburst against rival Florida in Rupp Arena. 115 more words


No. 3 OLB Mikel Jones names three clear leaders in his recruitment

Mikel Jones is one of the premier defenders in the class of 2019 and is ranked as the No. 3 outside linebacker and No. 52 overall recruit by 247Sports. 173 more words


De'Aaron Fox out for Kentucky against Florida

Starting freshman guard De’Aaron Fox will be out for Kentucky on Saturday as the Wildcats host Florida in an important SEC showdown.

The 6-foot-3 Fox has a knee contusion, and without him, the Wildcats will start senior Mychael Mulder. 53 more words


Four-star ATH Alontae Taylor decommits from school after it loses top assistant coach

Four-star athlete Alontae Taylor has been committed to Tennessee since last summer, but it looks like he might not be as solid on it now. With Tennessee losing its top assistant in Zach Azzani, there was bound to be some worry as he was one of the best recruiters and the receivers coach. 97 more words