Crootin’: The SEC Is DOMINATING Recruiting And Its Not Even Close


Changing Of The Guard? 

A recent conference power poll had the Big-12 ranked ahead of the SEC for the first time in 7 years. The only reason I think this happened, is because the ACC went 4-0 against the SEC East this past weekend, and that is the first time that has happened in a long time. There is no reason to panic however, because the SEC currently has 10 of the top 25 recruiting classes (rivals.com).

 

  • Alabama (1st overall class)

  • Georgia (3rd overall class)

  • Tennessee (5th overall class)

  • Texas A&M (6th overall class)

  • South Carolina (8th overall class)

  • Auburn (12th overall class)

  • Mississippi State (14th overall class)

  • LSU (17th overall class)

  • Arkansas (20th overall class)

  • Ole Miss (23rd overall class)

Still Dominant

The SEC makes up half of the top 10, and 45% of the top 20. The SEC haters out there will have to endure a lot of pain in the coming years due to the SEC just reloading, but if there is a year for another conference to win the playoff, it might be this year. There is a possibility that the Big12 get two teams in the playoff is all hell breaks loose in front of them, and that would almost guarantee them a spot in the National Championship (depending on seeding).

I fully expect the SEC (aka: Alabama) to win the National Title, not only on the field, but the recruiting National Title as well. The other conferences just need to cope with the fact that high school kids want to come and play in the best conference, with the best coaches, and the most national exposure in the NCAA.

 

-Alex

 

Posted on December 3, 2014, in Alabama, Arkansas, Arkansas, Auburn, Big 12, LSU, Mississippi State, Nick Saban, Ole Miss, SEC, South Carolina Gamecocks, Tennessee, Texas A&M. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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