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SEC team-by-team recruiting ranking and breakdown

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Nine of the SEC’s 14 teams are rated in the top 25 of the national team rankings. To be even more specific, it is actually nine in the top 16 (no SEC team is No. 17 through No. 25).

And all 14 of the SEC schools are rated in the nation’s top 33 … and five of the top 10 are SEC schools …a nd the top three are SEC schools–Alabama, Tennessee and Texas A&M.

Notice any trends here?

Related: Two quarterback recruits SEC coaches are whiffing on

Recruiting is going well for the SEC, as a whole. And it’ll likely only improve in the next two months leading up to national signing day:

Here’s a look at the 14 SEC schools and how they stack up against each other and the rest of the country for the class of 2014:

EDITOR’S NOTE: All rankings, team or individual, are based on composite rankings from

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Commitments: 23
SEC: No. 1
Nationally: No. 1
Top committed prospect: OL Cameron Robinson
Headlined by: DE Da’Shawn Hand; ATH Bo Scarbrough; DB Laurence ‘Hootie’ Jones

Related: Ho-hum, Alabama lands another four-star player–this time it’s JUCO star Jarran Reed

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Commitments: 34
SEC: No. 2
Nationally: No. 2
Top committed prospect: RB Jalen Hurd
Headlined by: WR Josh Malone, DB Todd Kelly, LB Dillon Bates

Related: Nation’s largest BCS class expands by one more–Tennessee adds four-star lineman Charles Mosley

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Commitments: 19
SEC: No. 3
Nationally: No. 3
Top committed prospect: DE Myles Garrett
Headlined by: QB Kyle Allen, DB Nick Harvey, DB Dylan Sumner-Gardner

Related: Texas A&M picks up No. 5 JUCO wide receiver in the country in Joshua Reynolds

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Commitments: 16
SEC: No. 4
Nationally: No. 6
Top committed prospect: RB Sony Michel
Headlined by: RB Nick Chubb, QB Jacob Park, DB Malkom Parrish

Related: Georgia RB commitment Sony Michel has led his team to this weekend’s state championship game in Florida

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Commitments: 19
SEC: No. 5
Nationally: No. 8
Top committed prospect: RB Racean Thomas
Headlined by: LB Tre’ Williams, WR D’haquille Williams, DB Kalvaraz Bessent

Related: Auburn flips second ‘Bama cornerback in last few weeks–four-star Kalvaraz Bessent now on board

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Commitments: 16
SEC: No. 6
Nationally: No. 11
Top committed prospect: RB Dalvin Cook
Headlined by: WR Ermon Lane, QB Will Grier, WR J.C. Jackson

Related: Florida QB commit Will Grier on Parade Magazine player of the year shortlist

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Commitments: 14
SEC: No. 7
Nationally: No. 13
Top committed prospect: DB Edward Paris
Headlined by: QB Brandon Harris, WR Trey Quinn, OL Garrett Brumfield,

Related: LSU commit Trey Quinn on Parade Magazine player of the year short list

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Commitments: 24
SEC: No. 8
Nationally: No. 14
Top committed prospect: OL Rod Taylor
Headlined by: DB C.J. Hampton, WR Markell Pack, RB D.K. Burford

Related: Ole Miss adds second stellar JUCO player since Saturday–former UNC recruit Christian Russell

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Commitments: 24
SEC: No. 9
Nationally: No. 16
Top committed prospect: QB Drew Barker
Headlined by: DB Darius West, DE Denzel Ware, RB Stanley Williams

Related: Kentucky is still raiding the state of Ohio for talent that several Big Ten schools would love to have

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Commitments: 15
SEC: No. 10
Nationally: No. 27
Top committed prospect: WR Shaq Davidson
Headlined by: OL Donell Stanley, LB Bryson Allen-Williams, TE Kevin Crosby

Related: Super productive prep wide receiver chooses South Carolina–Tyshun Samuel is a quick one

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Commitments: 20
SEC: No. 11
Nationally: No. 28
Top committed prospect: QB K.J. Carta-Samuels
Headlined by: DB Kyle Gibson, DB Emmanuel Smith, DT Michael Sawyers

Related: Vanderbilt commits proud of the attention coach James Franklin is getting, but hope he stays put for a long time

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Commitments: 25
SEC: No. 12
Nationally: No. 31
Top committed prospect: OL Andy Bauer
Headlined by: LB Brandon Lee, WR Nate Brown, WR Lawrence Lee

Related: Mizzou RB commit Trevon Walters never imagined season like this

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Commitments: 19
SEC: No. 13
Nationally: No. 32
Top committed prospect: ATH Jamoral Graham
Headlined by: RB Aeris Williams, ATH Gerri Green, WR Jesse Jackson

Related: Miss State lands fourth straight four-star recruit for 2015–in-stater Cameron Myers is on board

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Commitments: 17
SEC: No. 14
Nationally: No. 33
Top committed prospect: DT Bijhon Jackson
Headlined by: OL Jovan Pruitt, TE Ravian Pierce, QB Rafe Peavey

Related: Arkansas 2015 quarterback commit Ty Storey wins Gatorade State Player of the Year honors as junior

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Comments 9

  1. How many linebacker commits does Arkansas have, they need help at that position

  2. This is the reason why the SEC is the best conference in the land and it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. All the other conferences are lucky to have two maybe three schools with top 25 recruiting classes. Ole Miss have the 14th best class in the country and is 8th in the SEC. They would be in the top 3 in just about every other conference. This is why come the SEC does so well in bowl games. Even the middle and lower tier teams in the SEC have more talent that most of the upper tier teams in other conferences.

  3. The NCAA-mandated signing limit per class is 25. Any recruits seriously looking at Tenn HAVE to know they will grey shirt or get told to walk if a bigger name want s to sign.

  4. I’m pretty excited about this Kentucky recruiting class

    • I always like Kentucky’s talent. I want the coaching staff to hold the players to their billing, specifically… behave, stay focused, perform for the whole game. I liked the team under Joker and somewhat under Stoops, but both coaches seemed to stop short of keeping the talent focused for 60 minutes. Please fill me in on what I’m not familiar enough to recognize in the Wildcats.

  5. Brian, if you get time will you look at the film of Missouri’s 2013 class and also look at the film of Missouri’s 2014 class? I’m very interested in two things. 1. I think each class has some talent in it that stands out for unusual eye-test type characteristics. 2. I’m interested in where these players will fit into the very successful scheme Missouri assembled 2013, ok 3 things, laugh, and 3. How will they change the Missouri scheme??? ok 4 things, Will they sign anyone else?? 5. Will the St. Louis Post Dispatch own up to their inaccurate story that Missouri was not getting the talent they needed because nobody from St. Louis was starting for Mizzou at one point in the season? Take it away Brian…