Our Take: The Utes got a good one in Bolles and he should be able to lock down the starting spot at left tackle pretty quickly. He's big, athletic and long and, as long as he stays healthy, he should be rock solid for the next year or two, depending on if he leave early or not.
Our Take: Kongbo was one of the elite pass-rushers available this past season and Tennessee reeled him in. Word is that Kongbo has impressed so far in fall camp and, while he might not earn the starting gig right away, his quickness and tenacity rushing the quarterback could have a huge impact on what the Volunteers' defense can do this fall.
Our Take: The Bulldogs needed help at receiver and Wims is the type of player who can slide into the number one receiver role and never look back. He's big, he's strong, he can go up and get the ball in the air and he has enough speed to stretch the field.
Our Take: Continuing the SEC theme of this final update, Massey fits in perfectly with what the Gators want to do on offense. He has the ability to play receiver, out of the slot and even get some reps carrying the ball. Massey has really impressed this summer with his electric playmaking abilities and the Florida coaches have said they see him getting a lot of touches each week this season.
Our Take: Durr looked great in spring practices at Mississippi State and the feeling is he should be able to challenge for a starting job right away this fall. Durr plays a physical brand of football and doesn't shy away from supporting the run, something that is a must in the SEC.null