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Sam Khan Jr. with ranked LSU No. 1 in his pre-spring defensive back position rankings:

1. LSU: The Tigers were the best in the SEC in 2014 against opposing pass defenses and there’s plenty of talent still in LSU’s defensive backfield to keep the good times going. Jamal Adams really came into his own late last season and is poised to be a star. Tre'Davious White is the only starting corner returning but he is a big-time player. Safety Jalen Mills returns, too. The Tigers need to find a corner opposite White but have plenty of talented players to compete for that spot.
Complete Rankings:
1. LSU
2. Georgia
3. Florida
4. Ole Miss
5. Arkansas
6. Tennessee
7. Missouri
8. Alabama
9. Auburn
10. South Carolina
10. Mississippi State
12. Kentucky
13. Vanderbilt
14. Texas A&M
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No idea how UGA is #2. DB's were a huge liability last year.
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Whatever DD. Bama secondary always underachieves. Spin it though
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I think Alabama climbs up into the top 3-5 by seasons end, maybe higher. They were young as hell last year.
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GREAT !!!! Nicky slipping in another player position.
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