It’s very early in the game, but the Southeastern Conference is already reloading with quality players in the 2013 recruiting class. According to 247Sports, the SEC has the top 4 classes. Vanderbilt received a commitment last night from one of the top quarterbacks in this recruiting class. These commitment numbers can change every day and will probably move this weekend with a number of Junior Days events held on various school campuses. Even former Florida Gator and NFL great, Fred Taylor, has a son who’s announcing his decision this weekend between Alabama and Florida.

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Here are the early verbal commitments to teams in the Southeastern Conference:

Alabama Crimson Tide

Arkansas Razorbacks

Auburn Tigers

Florida Gators

Georgia Bulldogs

Kentucky Wildcats

  • No Commitments

LSU Tigers

Miss State Bulldogs

  • No Commitments

Ole Miss Rebels

Missouri Tigers

South Carolina Gamecocks

Tennessee Volunteers

Texas A&M Aggies

Vanderbilt Commodores

Of course, all of these ‘commitments’ are just verbal and these recruits can change their mind at any time during the next 11 months before that paperwork is signed on the first Wednesday in February. I would also agree with Bud Elliott that you should also take lightly these early rankings on each player’s talent. Regardless it’s a fun process and recruiting clearly demonstrates which football programs have momentum. And when you win 6 consecutive BCS National Championships, you have momentum and elite recruits want to play on the big stage in college football. Welcome to the Southeastern Conference.

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