SEC Recruiting Roundup: Florida In Mix For Michigan Decommit, 3-Star RB Commits To Vols & More

The SEC has been the premier conference on the recruiting trail for the past decade, and that hasn't been any different this year as six of the top 11 recruiting classes in the country belong to SEC teams. As all 14 schools try to put the finishing touches on their classes, here's the latest news and rumors with two months until National Signing Day:

- 4-Star OT Kai-Leon Herbert decommitted from Michigan and is now considering both Florida and Miami. He will make his official visit to Florida this weekend.

- 4-star DB Hamsah Nasirildeen flipped his commitment from South Carolina to Florida State.

- 3-star RB Timothy Jordan (Bartow, FL) committed to Tennessee over North Carolina and Purdue.

- LSU is a final contender with 3-star DE Justin Harris. They are competing with Baylor for his commitment.

- See where Alabama stands with all of their remaining offensive targets ahead of National Signing Day.

- Auburn OT commit Austin Troxell still has a "ways to go" in rehabbing from a torn meniscus, but will still sign with the Tigers.

- Georgia is looking to add more defensive backs to their recruiting class before Signing Day.

- ESPN looked at how Texas A&M has assembled a top 10 recruiting class.

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