Quality over quantity is what I prefer when it comes to a college football recruiting class. Whether you sign just one player or 30 players, they have to be quality prospects. Some highly ranked classes are chalked full of 2-star and 3-star prospects that aid their numbers.
I rather sign a class of less players but of higher quality than a class of more players with lesser quality. For this 2013 recruiting cycle, I notice seven schools have relatively small recruiting classes that could indeed still pack a big punch when they get on the field together.
Let me tell you who those seven recruiting classes are.