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SEC Commitment Comparison – 12/20/10

Folks across the South are celebrating.  Christmas is just six weeks away.

No, not the Christmas with the tree and the stockings.  That’s just five days away.

We’re talking about Christmas for college football fans.  National Signing Day.  When all the boys and girls rush to their most-trusted websites — this one, for example — to learn what gifts have been left under their favorite school’s fax machine.

Six weeks from Wednesday is Signing Day 2011.  Below you’ll find the latest SEC commitment comparison.  We use Rivals’ rankings to figure out who’s doing best — and worst — on the recruiting trail so far.  Each Rivals’ star counts as one point on our spreadsheet, but we also give a point to 0-star recruits, too.  We’re using the latest Rivals’ numbers… but if you’re school landed some commitments over the weekend, they might no be reflected below.

Enjoy…


School
Commits
5-stars
4-stars
3-stars
2-stars
1- & 0-stars
Total Points
S. Carolina
25
0
4
21
0
0
79
Alabama
20
2
12
6
0
0
74
Ole Miss
24
0
7
14
0
3
73
Arkansas
24
0
3
20
0
1
73
Miss. State
24
0
3
18
0
3
69
LSU
19
1
7
10
0
1
64
Tennessee
19
0
5
13
1
0
61
Kentucky
19
0
1
17
0
1
56
Florida
16
0
8
7
1
0
55
Georgia
16
0
8
7
1
0
55
Auburn
14
0
5
9
0
0
47
Vanderbilt
14
0
0
10
3
1
37



Now let’s just look at the caliber of player each school is drawing in to this point.  Below you’ll find the average points-per-commitment for each league school (as well as their current national rank according to Rivals.com).


SEC Rank
School
Avg. Points Per Commit
Rivals’ National Rank
1
Alabama
3.70
#2
2t
Florida 3.43
#14
2t
Georgia
3.43
#18
4
LSU
3.36
#6
5
Auburn
3.35
#22
6
Tennessee
3.21
#21
7
S. Carolina
3.16
#19
8t
Arkansas
3.04
#23
8t
Ole Miss
3.04
#12
10
Kentucky
2.94
#39
11
Miss. State
2.87
#26
12
Vanderbilt
2.64
Not In Top 50



 




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