If you're placing bets on which SEC team will have the top class in the country, Alabama is your team.
The Crimson Tide currently lead the 247Sports.com team rankings, having 24 commits pledged for the class and eight prospects already enrolled in classes in Tuscaloosa.
It's a "who's who" of top 2014 prospects.
Offensive tackle Cameron Robinson, safety Laurence "Hootie" Jones and cornerback Tony Brown are already in house, as is quarterback-of-the-future David Cornwell; defensive end Da'Shawn Hand, athlete Bo Scarbrough and linebacker Christian Miller are coming this summer.
That's just a sampling of the 4- and 5-stars in the Tide's class.
Head coach Nick Saban and the rest of the staff still have some big fish in their recruiting pond, with 5-star cornerback Marlon Humphrey, 5-star linebacker Rashaan Evans and 5-star defensive tackle Matt Elam still uncommitted.
Evans is likely bound to play for his hometown Auburn Tigers, but Humphrey and Elam would solidify this class if they head to Tuscaloosa.
Alabama will finish with the top class in the country. The only question is how big the gap will be back to No. 2.