Ranking the SEC 2013 National Signing Day Recruiting Classes

Ranking the SEC 2013 National Signing Day Recruiting Classes
February 13, 2013, 2:30 pm
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The Alabama Crimson Tide won the unofficial national title with the best recruiting class of the 2013. But how did the rest of the Southeastern Conference do stacked up against one another?

Here's all 14 SEC schools power ranked by how they did on National Signing Day:
1. Alabama
Alabama landed more 5-star recruits than any program in the country. The rich keep reloading.
2. Florida
I struggled between Florida and LSU here but went with the Gators because their top-level talent was better. Grabbing the second-ranked running back in the country was huge.
3. LSU
No school in the nation grabbed more 4-star recruits than LSU--20 of their 28 players.
4. Ole Miss
Ole Miss notched the best player in the country in defensive end Robert Nkemdiche and also grabbed the best defensive tackle (Lavon Hooks) and best offensive tackle (Laremy Tunsil). While extremely top heavy, Ole Miss only managed 11 players at 4-star level or higher.
5. Texas A&M
The Johnny Manziel Effect showed up big time Wednesday. It's now the in thing in Texas to be an Aggie.
6. Auburn
Auburn pillaged the state of Georgia for two top prospects in Montravius Adams and Carl Lawson. Huge wins for the Tigers.
7. Georgia
Georgia didn't sign a 5-star recruit on Wednesday. It's hard to win the conference recruiting battle when you lose in your home state.
8. South Carolina
9. Vanderbilt
10. Mississippi State
11. Arkansas
12. Tennessee
13. Kentucky
14. Missouri

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