More than a third of ESPN300 are SEC commitments

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ESPN.com is one of the most respected recruiting databases in the industry, as well as with fans. It helps make up the 247Sports.com composite ranking, which averages all services.

Related: Rivals.com’s final Top 250 ranking: 93 SEC commitments

ESPN recently released its final ESPN300 individual ranking for the 2014 class, and the SEC dominated it, percentage wise–just like with the other services. More than a third of the ESPN300 are committed to SEC schools, and in the next few weeks several more will climb aboard.

Related: Scout.com’s final Top 300 ranking has 97 SEC commitments on it

Here’s a breakdown of where the ESPN300 is heading, conference by conference (note, 30 members of the ESPN300 were uncommitted as of Jan. 23):

CONFERENCE TOP 300 PLAYERS
SEC 109
ACC 49
PAC 12 35
Big Ten 34
Big 12 30
Independent 10
AAC 2
Mountain West 1

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  • This why I don’t understand why people would say that SEC is declining. Everything starts with recruiting and as long as the SEC continues to get just about all the best recruits in the nation year in and year out, the SEC is only going to continue to get stronger.

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  • This why I don’t understand why people would say that SEC is declining. Everything starts with recruiting and as long as the SEC continues to get just about all the best recruits in the nation year in and year out, the SEC is only going to continue to get stronger.

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