Best Recruiting Class in Every Power 5 Football Conference's History

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Best Recruiting Class in Every Power 5 Football Conference's History
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Nick Saban landed a game-changing recruiting class for Alabama in 2008.

This month, a number of top recruits from the Class of 2014 arrived on college campuses across America, ready to get a head start on their college football careers. They joined the talented early enrollees who already went through spring practice, and in August, the remainder of the class will join their new brethren to pursue gridiron glory.

When 2014’s recruits signed in February, they were met with significant hype and adulation, as most talented signees are. They were immediately judged, as is the way of our microwave, gotta-have-it-now society.

The truth is, we won’t know these recruits’ true value until three, four and perhaps even five years down the road. Then we’ll have a better idea of which players emerged from obscurity, which guys lived up to their hype and which players crashed and burned despite their lofty reputations.

Today, we’ll take a look at which classes met expectations (and then some) among the nation’s top historic groups. Here is a look at the top recruiting classes in each of the Power 5 conferences’ histories.

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