The SEC is known for being a powerhouse in the realm of college football recruiting.
More often than not, elite recruits will end up choosing SEC programs; or, at the very least, a SEC school or two will end up very high on their respective interest lists.
The draw is natural, really. SEC football is highly competitive, highly physical and it's generally nationally relevant. Recruits know that they can consistently play against the best players in college football if they choose to go to a SEC school, and that's simply something other conferences can't offer.
With the SEC being such a recruiting draw by its very nature, it's easy to forget that its the coaches who do much of the recruiting—and who thus deserve much of the credit.
With that in mind, here's a power ranking of every SEC football coach by recruiting skill.