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Around the SEC: April 27, 2016

Draft Day looms.

Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

April 27, 2011 - Roll Bama Roll

This one isn't so much a link to an article. But the folks at Roll Bama Roll are doing an amazing job today of covering and remembering the events that took place five years ago after a devastating tornado that hit Tuscaloosa. Read away.

KENNY CHESNEY IS SORRY ABOUT YOUR LAWN - EDSBS

BUT THIS IS HARDLY THE WORST THING TO HAPPEN ON THE JORDAN-HARE FIELD LATELY

NFL Draft Profile: Arkansas QB Brandon Allen - Arkansas Fight

Quarterback, 6'1", 217 lbs., 4.75 40 from Fayetteville, AR.

Florida burnishes #EverythingSchool credentials with full slate of top-10 teams - Alligator Army

The Gators celebrated a neat feat on social media on Tuesday.

Georgia Bulldogs offer 2018 RB Camron Davis - Dawg Sports

Oregon State commit could look closer to home.

In Da Film Room: Brandon Harris against Mississippi State - And The Valley Shook!

The LSU quarterback needs more cowbell.

Akeem Judd may be Ole Miss' primary running back in 2016 - Red Cup Rebellion

Eric Swinney's highlight-filled spring has some projecting him as the top back, but Judd proved down the stretch of last season that he's a physical runner capable of carrying the load.

NFL Draft Profile: Kentrell Brothers - Rock M Nation

He led the nation in tackles and tackles per game, but high levels of production don't always lead to a high round pick.

The Importance of Kory Holden - Garnet & Black Attack

Why the addition of the Delaware transfer guard is bigger than we think.

Vols in the NFL Draft: The last quiet April, for real this time - Rocky Top Talk

Thanks to injuries and key players returning to school, the Vols may go empty in the NFL Draft two years in a row. But after several false alarms, 2016 really does look like the last time Tennessee won't have a major presence in the draft.

Lane Kiffin is tweeting off season bitmojis - Good Bull Hunting

This man's career arc continues to be a beautiful tapestry of wonder.

Melanie Balcomb will not be retained as women's basketball coach - Anchor of Gold

The Commodore women had missed the last three NCAA Tournaments.