National Signing Day is in the books and colleges across the nation are evaluating their 2013 recruiting classes. While there are impressive classes all across the nation, there is no conference that did a better job at landing top talent more consistently than the Southeastern Conference.
The SEC has dominated the college football world for a majority of the past decade and their success can be seen by looking at the top ten recruiting classes in the country. Of the top ten classes, five hail from the SEC.
Alabama came in with the No. 1 ranked class, while Florida secured the No. 2 spot. Auburn, Ole Miss and Texas A&M all managed to crack the top ten. It sets up for an interesting and exciting few years ahead in the SEC.
Here is a complete breakdown of the 2013 recruiting classes from around the SEC (Click on the team name for details on each team’s recruits):
- Florida Gators
- Georgia Bulldogs
- Kentucky Wildcats
- Missouri Tigers
- South Carolina Gamecocks
- Tennessee Volunteers
- Vanderbilt Commodores
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