College football recruiting is a timeless art in which some coaches and programs excel, while other schools are forced to sift through the best of what's left.
It is hardly a coincidence that the same schools rank close to the top in recruiting year in and year out. The USCs and Floridas of the world tend to have their choice of practically every five-star athlete on the board, building on the theory that these schools don't rebuild, but rather reload.
Five-star recruits can show up on campus in various shapes, size, and positions, but the ones that tend to get the most press are those scoring the points on the offensive side of the ball.
While fans tend to drool over the offensive playmakers the most, five-star offensive linemen also play their part in improving a program, and can make a huge difference whether an offense succeeds or stumbles.
Let's take a look at the Top 10 offensive recruiting classes over the past 10 years and see which classes were head and shoulders above the rest.