As expected WR Jack Bech has switched his commitment to LSU. That makes two top tier players (S Matthew Langlois) who recently switched their commitments to LSU. WR Trey Quinn (2015) was the last high profile commit for them who played a "taboo" position. So to refresh below is a list of top tier white wider receivers who have signed on with SEC teams. Also noted are the last significant white WRs who played for thier team including the final year they played. Vanderbilt- Ezra McCallister (Caleb Scott 2017) Tennessee - Walker Merrill (Zach Rogers 2012) Mississippi - Doug Donley ( Haven't a clue?) This season the three underclassmen of note have been sophomore Caleb Chapman (Texas A & M), freshman Trent Whittemore ( Florida) and sophomore Slade Bolden ( Alabama). However only Bolden is really "playing" but that is only because their was a season ending injury to the starter ahead of him. Whittemore of late has barely played and of course Chapman suffered a devastating torn ACL during his breakout game. What to make of all this? Well it seems at the very least things are moving in a more positive direction of late. It remains to be seen how it will all iron out but these four 2021 WR recruits are all exceptionally talented so I would be surprised if they are left to rot on benches. But this is the SEC so one has to proceed with caution. Case in point WR Theo Gabrill is another high school stud but Missouri only offered him preferred walk on status. Walk on offers are fine for marginal prospects with promise. It is an insult to highly rated players like Gabrill.