The Main 2013 Recruiting Priority for Each AP Poll Top 25 Team

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The Main 2013 Recruiting Priority for Each AP Poll Top 25 Team
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The second major preseason poll came out Saturday when the preseason AP Top 25 Poll was released. The AP Poll is another major rankings system in college football that has a major influence on the BCS. The USC Trojans were voted to the No. 1 spot, with Alabama, LSU, Oklahoma and Michigan also receiving first-place votes.

To put a recruiting spin on the poll, I'm going to give you the one main recruiting priority for each AP Poll Top 25 team. The priority could be getting a commitment from a prized prospect, keeping a committed recruit in the fold, having a good 2012 season or just staying ahead of a rival and anything else in between.

Come inside and see what is the main 2013 recruiting priority for your favorite program!

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