8 Reasons Why the SEC Won't Finish with No. 1 Recruiting Class for 2013

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8 Reasons Why the SEC Won't Finish with No. 1 Recruiting Class for 2013
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As all of us know, the SEC is the king conference in all things college football, and its fans are not shy about telling the rest of the country either. The conference's talent level gets better and better every year and the recruiting is insanely competitive.

Year in and year out, the SEC always has top classes. Whether it be Alabama's routine dominance, Florida showing off their Gator prowess, Auburn having a good year, LSU recruiting well on the Bayou or Georgia luring top talent to Athens, SEC recruiting is top notch. Even this year, newcomer Texas A&M likely has a top 15 class, plus Vanderbilt and Ole Miss could finish inside the top 25.

However, I'm here to give you eight reasons why 2013 is set to be different. Here are eight reasons why the SEC won't have the top 2013 recruiting class.

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