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5 Reasons an SEC School Will Finish with No. 1 Recruiting Class for 2013
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The SEC is obviously the most powerful conference in college football. It's the most competitive league in the country, and one of the main reasons for its success is the talent level of the players.

Players in the SEC are from the good ol' recruiting trail, which is rich with great prospects in the southern region of the United States. Many of the schools in the conference battle hard for the same recruits, and finishing No. 1 in SEC recruiting usually means you're No. 1 in the country.

Here are five reasons why the SEC will see one of its member schools finish with the No. 1 recruiting class in 2013.

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