Farrell: Ranking the Best SEC Portal Classes
The first portal window is over and the next one isn’t until April 15. I’ll begin a team breakdown with the best from the SEC so far.
Brian Kelly is at it again with a stellar group of players coming in to make an impact. The recent addition of EDGE Omar Speights from Oregon State adds to a defense that will also boast CB Denver Harris from Texas A&M and Duce Chestnut from Syracuse.
Omar Speights is a Philly native who just makes plays! He is always around the ball @DraftDiamonds are found at the #HulaBowl @BeaverFootball @omarspeights pic.twitter.com/sSkJZ8v30j
— Hula Bowl (@Hula_Bowl) October 1, 2022
2. Ole Miss
The late push from Lane Kiffin gives the Rebels the edge over Auburn here. QBs rule the world and the addition of Spencer Sanders from Oklahoma State and Walker Howard from LSU make sure they will have depth and talent. And WR Chris Marshall from Texas A&M could be a star.
Hugh Freeze did a great job especially in the trenches led by DT Justin Rogers from Kentucky and OC Avery Jones from East Carolina. OT Dillon Wade from Tulsa is a name to remember as well.
It’s a smaller class so many feel I overrate it but QB Devin Leary from NC State has a chance to change everything. And CB JQ Hardaway from Cincinnati and DL Keeshawn Silver from UNC have a chance to be great.
The Vols biggest addition is WR Dont’e Thornton from Oregon but it’s the defensive additions like CB Gabe Jeudy-Lally and LB Keenan Pili from BYU that excite me.