Ranking 2010's Top 15 Recruiting Classes On Defense

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Ranking 2010's Top 15 Recruiting Classes On Defense

Die-hard football recruiting followers like myself are always looking for ways to rerank the top classes, changing the order of the teams according to different variables.

For instance, does USC's relatively low number of signees (20) make it a weaker class than Auburn's, which signed 32? (Yes, given the bust rate of your average recruit.)

With that in mind, I'd like to rerank 2010's top recruiting classes based only on the defensive signees.

After disregarding all those glitzy offensive playmakers, what teams suffer? Who enters into the top 15 conversation? Who, if anyone, falls out entirely?

Take a look.

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