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College Football Recruiting: Top 10 classes according to ESPN Recruiting Nation

College football National Signing Day for the 2014 season is rapidly approaching, and so is the debate as to who is in the best shape in regards to landing some of the top recruits in the nation.

While rankings classes doesn’t always guarantee immediate, future success, it’s a rather good indication, as was evidenced this past season with a number of former top recruits contributing to the Florida State Seminoles and their national championship run.

With that, ESPN’s Recruiting Nation tweeted out, not too long ago, how they see the top 10 classes shaping up as we head toward the day where the young men will sign their name on the dotted lines and officially seal the deal with these schools.


Shouldn’t be no surprise that Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide are at the top, but a lot of people better pay attention to that team right underneath them, the Texas A&M Aggies. With many thinking that the program will more or less fade into SEC oblivion with the departure of Johnny Manziel, they have some stud athletes coming in that should have Kevin Sumlin and crew in contention for some time to come.

 

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