A Look to The Future: SEC's Recruiting Won't Shut Up The Hype Anytime Soon.

Dakota HersheyCorrespondent IJanuary 10, 2010

There is no doubt that the SEC is the best conference in NCAA football today. The last 4 national champions are a part of that conference, and it doesn't look like that is going to change anytime soon.

Recruiting is one of the most important parts of establishing a good team, and so far the teams of the SEC have that category locked in looking into the 2010 season, dominating the others.

 

Top 10 Recruiting Rankings

#1 Florida          25 total     3*****     15****     6***

#2 Texas           22 total     0*****     18****    4***

#3 Alabama      23 total     2*****     11****     8***

#4 Oklahoma       28 total     0*****     14****    14***

#5 Auburn           27 total     2*****     10****     14***

#6 Tennessee     22 total     0*****     14****     8***

#7 USC              15 total     3*****     9****     3***

#8 Penn State     19 total     0*****     13****    6***  

#9 LSU                  25 total     0*****      13****   11***

#10 Georgia        19 total     1*****       9****      9***

 

Out of the top 10 teams for recruiting, 6 of them are part of the SEC, followed by 2 for the Big 12, and 1 a piece for the Big Ten and Pac-10.

Pretty safe to say we will be hearing SEC hype for a few more years.

 

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