SEC team-by-team recruiting update; National Signing Day Eve

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National Signing Day is finally tomorrow, and the exhausting recruitment of the top players for 2013 will finally be over. Let’s take a look at where your SEC team is stands heading into the big day tomorrow. Rankings are based on composite team rankings from 247Sports.com.

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Alabama
23 commitments
No. 1 class in SEC
No. 1 class in the country
Top committed prospect: LB Reuben Foster
Headlined by ATH Derrick Henry, OLB Jonathan Allen, TE OJ Howard and WR Robert Foster
Top Names Left: OT Laremy Tunsil (10%), DB Vonn Bell (45%), DT Montravius Adams (10%), RB Alvin Kamara (65%), DT Eddie Vanderdoes (25%), DT Dee Liner (85%), OLB Matthew Thomas (35%), A’Shawn Robinson (55%)

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Florida
25 commitments
No. 2 class in SEC
No. 3 class in the country
Top committed prospect: CB Vernon Hargreaves III
Headlined by OLB Alex Anzalone, RB Kelvin Taylor and OLB Daniel McMillian
Top Names Left: WR James Clark (55%), DT Jay-nard Bostwick (60%), DE Tashawn Bower (45%)

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LSU
27 commitments
No. 3 class in SEC
No. 6 class in the country
Top committed prospect: CB Tre’Davious White
Headlined by OT Ethan Pocic, DE Frank Herron, OLB Kendell Beckwith and DT Greg Gilmore
Top Names Left: DE Robert Nkemdiche (35%), DE Tashawn Bower (10%)

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Texas A&M
32 commitments
No. 4 class in SEC
No. 7 class overall
Top committed prospect: ATH Ricky Seals-Jones
Headlined by WR JaQuay Williams, WR Derrick Griffin, DT Isaiah Golden and DT Justin Manning
Top Names Left: DE Daeshon Hall (25%), LB Isaac Savalinaea (50%)

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Georgia
30 commitments
No. 5 class in SEC
No. 8 class in the country
Top committed prospect: QB Brice Ramsey
Headlined by S Tray Matthews, WR Tramel Terry and OLB Leonard Floyd
Top Names Left: DT Montravius Adams (40%), OT Laremy Tunsil (40%), RB Alvin Kamara (40%)

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Ole Miss
22 commitments
No. 6 class in SEC
No. 12 class in the country
Top committed prospect: WR Laquon Treadwell
Headlined by DT Lavon Hooks, ATH Nickolas Brassell and DE Elijah Daniel
Top Names Left: DE Robert Nkemdiche (75%), OT Laremy Tunsil (55%), DE Chris Jones (55%), DB Tony Conner (65%), OT Austin Golson (55%)

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Auburn
20 commitments
No. 7 class in SEC
No. 16 class in the country
Top committed prospect: DE Carl Lawson
Headlined by WR Jason Smith, WR Tony Stephens and QB Jeremy Johnson
Top Names Left: DT Montravius Adams (30%), CB MacKensie Alexander (55%), RB Tauren Folston (40%)

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South Carolina
21 commitments
No. 8 class in SEC
No. 20 class in the country
Top committed prospect: OLB Larenz Bryant
Headlined by QB Connor Mitch, DT Kelsey Griffin and RB David Williams
Top Names Left: OLB Skai Moore (55%), LB Yannick Ngakoue (25%), DT Keith Bryant (25%)

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Arkansas
21 commitments
No. 9 class in SEC
No. 25 class in the country
Top committed prospect: RB Alex Collins
Headlined by CB Carroll Washington, OG Reeve Koehler, TE Hunter Henry and QB Austin Allen
Top Names Left: RB Altee Tenpenny (35%), OT Denver Kirkland (55%)

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Mississippi State
21 commitments
No. 10 class in SEC
No. 26 class in the country
Top committed prospect: DE Chris Jones
Headlined by RB Ashton Shumpert, ATH Donald Gray and S Justin Cox
Top Names Left: CB MacKensie Alexander (30%), Chris Jones (45%)

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Tennessee
19 commitments
No. 11 class in SEC
No. 29 class in the country
Top committed prospect: WR Marquez North
Headlined by DE Jason Carr, ATH Jalen Reeves-Maybin and WR Ryan Jenkins
Top Names Left: DB Vonn Bell (55%), DE Davin Bellamy (35%)

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Vanderbilt
24 commitments
No. 12 class in SEC
No. 33 class in the country
Top committed prospect: QB Johnathon McCrary
Headlined by DE Landon Stokes, LB Nigel Bowden, and TE Mitch Parsons
Top Names Left: RB Cornelius Elder (10%), OLB Skai Moore (10%)

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Missouri
18 commitments
No. 13 class in SEC
No. 39 class in the country
Top committed prospect: DT Josh Augusta
Headlined by S Chase Abbington, WR J’Mon Moore and QB Trent Hosick
Top Names Left: DT Andrew Billings (10%), DT Monty Nelson (10%)

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Kentucky
21 commitments
No. 14 class in SEC
No. 42 class in the country
Top committed prospect: DB Marcus McWilson
Headlined by ATH Ryan Timmons, DE Za’Darius Smith, CB Nate Willis and WR Javess Blue
Top Names Left: DE Jason Hatcher (90%), OT Maurice Smith (25%)

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  • Chris Jones more like 80(MSU)/20(UM). Seriously… Media is making this more than it is i think.

  • No offense or anything, but Chris Jones IS and WILL be a Bulldog. I think yall are letting people like Yancy Porter and others from 24/7 have to much of an effect on your own opinions. 45% chance he’s Bulldog? C’mon guys. The fact is, 24/7 is made up of an independent group, who can say whatever, tweet whatever, etc., and not truly be held accountable for it, with exception to their subscribers, who happen to be extremely loyal and bias to their team’s site. Which means zero accountability. At least stick with Rivals or Scout, they’ve been at it a lot longer.

    • Actually, the team rankings are the only thing I’ve been using for 247Sports, and I’m only going by Jones’ comments to the ClarionLedger yesterday. I know you’ve seen his quotes: “My dad loves Ole Miss and has for a while,” Jones said. “He likes Mississippi State too, but he favors Ole Miss over them. My mom told me after today she loved Ole Miss and that now she is in-between liking Mississippi State and Ole Miss.”

      He made two trips to Ole Miss over the weekend.

      I don’t have a subscription to any of the paid sites and are friends with all of them. So, I have Jones leaning towards Ole Miss at 55% and MSU at 45% based on his comments alone. No one is persuading me in any direction other than his comments.

      • I would agree completely with you just based off the comments, but anything can be taken out of context. You are doing good my man (with the amount of topics you cover). No worries from me.

      • My bad John, if I misread some of the previous posts like this. Thought I saw where Rivals was mentioned. For the record, I don’t use Rivals, Scout, or 24/7. I just don’t see a lot of accountability when it comes to Porter or some of the MSU 24/7 guys. Also, Talty at the Clarion Ledger, wears Black Bear pajamas to bed at night. Chris Jones will be a Bulldog on Wednesday, and I’ll raise your 45 to 95. If not, let me have it ;)

    • And you believe SPS, Genies’… ? Everyone of them has been wrong the entire way. This and State is really sad.

      #Webelieve in #8-6

      • wow, November 2012 called, they want their joke back. Only thing sad is the recruiting tactics of Freeze, his coaches, and the alumni to try and bag this class. I’d be worried about 4 or 5 jumping ship on Wednesday to be honest, but yall probably pick up Samples. Anyway, Chris Jones will be a Bulldog on Wednesday.

    • Based on the comments I’ve seen on this site and my own observations elsewhere I have come to the conclusion that the Miss State/Ole Miss Rivalry is more fierce at this point than the Auburn/Alabama and UF/UGA rivalry combined

      • I love it, too. It’s great for college football and the state of Mississippi…not to mention the SEC. Holy parity.

      • It’s heated JPD. We aren’t like UGA, UF, and UT who have 3 rivals a piece. It’s one true, and that’s it. Of course, OM claims LSU, but…sometimes hate doesn’t = a rivalry.

        • Yeah as much as I love kicking Ga techs ass for the last decade all the “clean old fashioned hate” seems to now come from the tech side. You could prolly say the same for UGA/UF except we had been on the wrong end of that one for quite a while. I am just glad the cocktail party has been so competitive the last few years because that is a Rivalry that needed revival. With spurrier being in South Carolina and the way the last 3 years have gone there is certainly a rivalry building there that may eclipse them all. Either way to your points it is great for football and I honestly miss the days when whooping your rival meant everything and winning a national championship wasn’t the only gauge of success.

        • -or NOT winning a NC in our case haha

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