National Signing Day 2020 is over, which means that everyone’s recruiting classes are almost all finalized. Though there is plenty of dispute as to which school “won” the recruiting cycle, there’s little doubt that the SEC once again showed how powerful it is on the recruiting trail.
So let’s take a look at how the conference recruiting rankings shape up now that the classes are set.
Here are the SEC 2020 recruiting class rankings, via 247Sports:
- Georgia: 25 commits – 4 five-stars, 15 four-stars
- Alabama: 25 commits – 4 five-stars, 17 four-stars
- LSU: 24 commits – 3 five-stars, 14 four-stars
- Texas A&M: 26 commits – 2 five-stars, 13 four-stars
- Auburn: 26 commits – 16 four-stars
- Florida: 25 commits – 1 five-star, 17 four-stars
- Tennessee: 23 commits – 13 four-stars
- South Carolina: 24 commits – 1 five-star, 8 four-stars
- Kentucky: 23 commits – 7 four-stars
- Mississippi State: 23 commits – 4 four-stars
- Arkansas: 21 commits – 4 four-stars
- Ole Miss: 17 commits – 3 four-stars
- Missouri: 17 commits – 1 four-star
- Vanderbilt: 19 commits
Unsurprisingly, Georgia and Alabama are in a dead-heat at the top of the list. Kirby Smart and Nick Saban have proven to be among the best recruiters in the nation.
LSU and Texas A&M, both led by national title winners in Ed Orgeron and Jimbo Fisher, respectively, did a rock solid job as well.
There’s something incredibly appealing about the SEC when their coaches hit the recruiting trail. Maybe that’s why they’ve had the most representatives in the College Football Playoff of any conference.
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