Every head coach in college football has at least one assistant coach on his staff who is his "ace recruiter."
Ace recruiters are assistant coaches who are usually assigned to recruit the elite and most important prospects during a recruiting cycle. It can be a fluid position, as things can change year to year, depending on the recruiting plan.
As things are unfolding for the 2015 class, ace recruiters on SEC coaching staffs are starting to emerge. An offensive line coach has helped his team reach the No. 1 recruiting ranking in the nation, while a running backs coach is still maintaining his lofty status as his program's ace recruiter.