SEC coaches have an incredibly hard job. They have to win consistently, answer the media when they don't win consistently, worry about their players making grades and staying out of trouble, and they have to be able to use their personalities and leadership capabilities when recruiting those players to play for them.
Right off the bat, one would think that every successful coach has to have a steady balance of that "Type-A and Type B" personality.
Not only personality types, but vision and passion are huge parts of a college football coach's psyche.
Obviously, one can't always tell how successful/unsuccessful a coach is based solely on how they perform in front of the media. But if some coaches perform in a recruit's home the way they did in Hoover, Alabama last week, one has to wonder how in the world they can get the quality of recruits that they seem to reel in every year.
With that in mind, here are the coaches who performed, best-to-worst, at SEC Media Days.