The college football season never sleeps.
While the season progresses, coaches juggle the pressure of winning football games with the sales aspect of the job, structuring official visits that coincide with big home games in the hopes of impressing the next crop of high school talent.
When the season wraps up, it's a sprint to the finish and national signing day, which is the first Wednesday of February every year. In the SEC, that sprint is the equivalent of the 100-yard dash in the Olympics, with some of the best head coaches and recruiters in the country vying for the gold medal.
Which head coaches are the best recruiters in the SEC? We rank them based on past recruiting success, resources to work with and the progress their programs have taken.