Spring Practice Stand Outs to Watch for in Saturday Spring Games Across the SEC

Spring time is upon us, which means the college football technically starts with a full round of spring games this Saturday. In this article, I identify some players for several SEC teams that have gotten alot of talk early in spring practice that could be good to keep your eyes on on Saturday and in 2024.
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QB, Quinn Ewers (Texas)

According to multiple reports, Ewers looks much improved in 2024 for the Texas Longhorns.

Early signs seen in spring practice are that Ewers looks to be in full command of the offense and is progressing well through his reads.

QB, Tre Owens (Texas)  

Reports say that Owens can make all the throws.

In an article by www.on3.com ‘s Charles Powers, National Scout, Cody Bellaire stated of Owens that he is “Stacking strong performances throughout the week and along with a productive senior season make the Houston native a ‘stock up’ prospect.”

WR, Isaiah Bond (Texas)

Isaiah Bond has emerged as the clear-cut number one wide receiver in Austin to lead the Longhorns at the position according to multiple reports.