Now that National Signing Day 2011 is complete, the talking heads, writers, analysts and fans are going over each class and conference with a fine-tooth comb.
With such intense analysis into each team's recruiting class, we're bound to miss on some. Some classes will be considered as much stronger than they truly are. Others won't be ranked nearly as high as they should be.
Looking at the complete analysis of each recruiting class following National Signing Day 2011, here are the Most Underrated and Overrated Recruiting Classes:
Rivals.com ranks the Oregon 2011 recruiting class as No. 9 in the country.
At first glance, the Ducks performed well and received a large boost from stealing DeAnthony Thomas from USC. The Ducks still trail the Trojans in overall class rankings and didn't do enough, in my opinion, following their National Championship appearance.
The Eagles struggle coming out of New England, which is known more for hockey recruiting than for its top-flight football recruits.
Still, Boston College did a good job keeping Massachusetts talent in state, even poaching former Miami recruit Albert Louis-Jean from the Hurricanes.
The Sooners' 2011 class is considered a top-15 class, depending on which recruiting outlet you're sourcing, yet it trails Texas' mightily in overall quality of class.
Aside from 5-star recruits Trey Metoyer and Brandon Williams, the Sooners lack the depth needed to rival Texas in the Big 12 class rankings.
The Gators flew under the radar a bit on National Signing Day when two of their top targets decided to go with other schools.
But when looking at the whole picture, the Gators did an extremely good job with Will Muschamp filling in after Urban Meyer's departure.
Florida features the nation's top quarterback, Jeff Driskel, and a host of other top-flight offensive talent.
The Tar Heels are being credited with a top-20 class, but they're still light years behind what Clemson and Florida State did this year in the ACC.
After missing out on top targets Savon Huggins and Curtis Grant, the North Carolina 2011 recruiting class is overrated.
Oklahoma gets the credit as Team 1A in the Big 12 behind Texas, but it very well may be the Huskers this year.
Nebraska managed to compile the No. 15 class, according to Rivals.com, and pulled in 11 4-star recruits. Led by 4-star running back Aaron Green, Nebraska's 2011 class is surely underrated.
Despite the turmoil following Rich Rodriguez's firing, the Wolverines compiled what Rivals.com considers the No. 21 class in the country.
That said, Michigan's class lacks a 5-star recruit, lost its top running back in Alabama signee Dee Hart and simply didn't do enough to hang with Ohio State in the Big Ten.
The Cardinals were able to put together a solid class, which will surely help them compete in the Big East.
Yet, despite the signings of Miami-area recruits Gerod Holliman, Eli Rogers and Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville is ranked only 30th in Rivals.com's team rankings.
The Bears certainly put forth a valiant effort this recruiting season, pulling in 10 Rivals.com 4-star recruits.
Still, much like Oregon, the Bears didn't do nearly enough to close the recruiting gap between them and the rival Trojans.
Rugters head coach Greg Schiano compiled a class featuring 5-star running back Savon Huggins and a host of impressive 4-star talent.
But the Scarlet Knights aren't getting much love, checking in at No. 32 in Rivals.com's team rankings.
All told, the Knights did a great job of keeping the top New Jersey talent in state, and they'll surely compete in the Big East because of it.