For the most part, recruiting for the 2021 cycle is complete. While a few prospects remain unsigned, most programs are moving on to 2022 and beyond following Wednesday’s National Signing Day.

Alabama added to an already loaded 2021 class on Signing Day to officially make it the highest-rated class of the modern era. (Florida’s 2010 class was the previous high scorer.)

On the 247Sports Composite, it was Alabama, Ohio State and everybody else. The Crimson Tide ended Signing Day with 327.91 points on the Composite. OSU was the only other school in the nation over the 300 mark with 309.49. Georgia was next best in the SEC with 294.55 points.

Here’s where all 14 SEC programs stand after 2021’s National Signing Day. Once again, the SEC had a strong showing in the top 10:

  1. Alabama (No. 1 overall)
  2. Georgia (No. 3)
  3. LSU (No. 4)
  4. Texas A&M (No. 7)
  5. Florida (No. 13)
  6. Tennessee (No. 16)
  7. Ole Miss (No. 18)
  8. Arkansas (No. 24)
  9. Mississippi State (No. 25)
  10. Mizzou (No. 28)
  11. Auburn (No. 30)
  12. Kentucky (No. 32)
  13. Vanderbilt (No. 49)
  14. South Carolina (No. 77)