The SEC is the prime location for the nation's top recruits right now and there's a reason why.
Education and great facilities are great contributing factors that can help sway a high school kid, but top athletes generally want to win. Ah, winning, yeah that's expected in this conference.
Sure, you can get into the facility talk and all of that, and maybe that is important to some student athletes. But for the most part, winning and the style of play are generally the main focus for those 4- and 5-star studs.
The SEC as a whole has that, but what separates each school in the SEC? What is each school's main recruiting pitch?