Miami Football: Power Ranking Hurricanes' 5 Best Classes of the BCS Era

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Miami Football: Power Ranking Hurricanes' 5 Best Classes of the BCS Era
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Holder of multiple records at Miami, Willis McGahee was a top recruit in 2000, and that class was one of the school's best ever.

The Miami Hurricanes were one of the best teams during the opening third of the 16-year BCS era, appearing in four BCS bowl games and winning a national championship.

Much of that success is a direct result of stellar recruiting classes by Butch Davis, and those early units are clearly among the best at Miami since 1998.

Of course, the Hurricanes' coaching staff put together the No. 1 group in 2008, but where does that class rank relative to Davis' and Larry Coker's impressive hauls?

Or does it?

Collegiate success is a main deciding factor, but professional accomplishments, including draft position, are taken into account as well.

Note: Statistics courtesy of HurricaneSports.com and SportsReference.com.

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