Meyer has plenty of resume to run by potential recruits.
He coached Utah to a BCS game win back in 2004, before being a "BCS-buster" was fashionable.
At his next stop, Florida, he led the Gators to bowl wins in five of his six seasons, including two national titles and three BCS game victories.
Most recently, he led the 2012 Ohio State Buckeyes to a perfect season, and now he has the team, led by quarterback Braxton Miller, primed for another excellent year in 2013.
Ohio State has been dominating the Big Ten for the better part of the last 15 years, and with the experienced Meyer at the helm, the Buckeyes seem ready for another lengthy run at the top of the conference.
With that kind of success looming on the horizon, there is little doubt that Meyer can lure some great recruits in the upcoming season. As a matter of fact, he's already using his SEC recruiting experience to his advantage. He currently has the fourth-ranked 2013 recruiting class, as ranked by Rivals.