EDITOR’S NOTE: Saturday Down South’s references to recruiting rankings are to 247Sports.com industry composite rankings.

With National Signing Day now just two weeks away, we’re here to update you on the top 50 high school players currently committed to the SEC.

The reason SEC schools currently hold down five of the top 10 recruiting classes in the nation and 11 of the top 30 is quite obvious scrolling down the table below. The conference has scored commitments from 11 of the top 30 recruits in the country, 19 of the top 50 and 30 of the top 100.

Check below the list to see what slice of the top 50 recruits each SEC program has reeled in so far.

1Trent ThompsonGeorgia5DT
6Kahlil McKenzieTennessee5DT
8Kevin Toliver IILSU5CB
11Calvin RidleyAlabama5WR
20Kendall SheffieldAlabama5CB
21Blake BarnettAlabama5DUAL
25Christian KirkTexas A&M5WR
27Tyron JohnsonLSU5WR
28Terry GodwinGeorgia5ATH
29Daron PayneAlabama5DT
30Minkah FitzpatrickAlabama5CB
31Damien HarrisAlabama5RB
33Kyler MurrayTexas A&M5DUAL
36Kyle PhillipsTennessee4DE
37Maea TeuhemaLSU4OT
43Kerryon JohnsonAuburn4ATH
44Deionte ThompsonAlabama4S
47Derrius GuiceLSU4RB
48Preston WilliamsTennessee4WR
52Javon PattersonOle Miss4OG
53Shy TuttleTennessee4DT
54Lester CottonAlabama4OG
55Drew RichmondOle Miss4OT
56Donte JacksonLSU4ATH
58Jamal PetersMississippi State4S
63Leo LewisOle Miss4ILB
65Richie PetitbonAlabama4OG
66Jonathan LedbetterGeorgia4DE
88Natrez PatrickGeorgia4DE
95Drew LockMissouri4PRO
114Mekhi BrownAlabama4DE
121D’Andre WalkerGeorgia4DE
122Eric SwinneyOle Miss4RB
129Jack JonesTennessee4OT
132Rashad RoundtreeGeorgia4S
135Justin DunningTexas A&M4S
136James LockhartTexas A&M4DE
141Darius SlaytonGeorgia4WR
143Hjalte FroholdtArkansas4DT
145Rico McGrawAlabama4CB
146Hale HentgesAlabama4TE
147Desherrius FlowersAlabama4RB
150Chauncey RiversGeorgia4DE
152Shameik BlackshearSouth Carolina4DE
156Larry PryorTexas A&M4S
162Darrin Kirkland Jr.Tennessee4LB
165Shawn Burgess-BeckerAlabama4ATH
166Nick BrossetteLSU4RB
167Jauan JohnsonTennessee4DUAL
168Jordan ColbertAuburn4S

Here’s a breakdown of what each team has pulled in out of those top 50:

  • Alabama: 14 (6 five-stars, 8 four-stars)
  • Arkansas: 1 (1 four-stars)
  • Auburn: 2 (2 four-stars)
  • Florida: 0
  • Georgia: 8 (2 five-stars, 6 four-stars)
  • Kentucky: 0
  • LSU: 6 (2 five-stars, 4 four-stars)
  • Mississippi State: 1 (1 four-star)
  • Missouri: 1 (1 four-star)
  • Ole Miss: 4 (4 four-stars)
  • South Carolina: 1 (1 four-star)
  • Tennessee: 7 (1 five-stars, 6 four-stars)
  • Texas A&M: 5 (2 five-stars, 3 four-stars)
  • Vanderbilt: 0