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SEC Commitment Comparison – 1/6/12

We know, we know.  With the Under Armour All-American game wrapped up and coaching staffs undergoing changes all across the SEC… you want to know how your team is stacking up just 26 days before National Signing Day.  Well, we’ve got you covered.

Below is our first SEC commitment comparison of the new year.  As usual, we use Rivals’ star rankings and Rivals’ commitment lists.  As of this morning, Rivals.com lists each school with the commitment totals you’ll see below.  That includes the players who committed last night during the aforementioned Under Armour game.

Our first table measures quantity.  Who is committed to a program in total.  For each star assigned by Rivals, we hand out a point.  We also give 0-star prospects a one-point value.  Then we tally up the numbers to see how much total talent a school has committed to it at the moment.

For today, we’ve added a the column “Change.”  That will show you how many points a school has gained or lost — through commitments, decommitments, or updated star rankings — since our last check back on December 22:


School
Commits
5-stars
4-stars
3-stars
2-stars
1- & 0-stars
Total Points
Change
Alabama
26
3
11
12
0
0
95
+12
Texas A&M
23
1
7
15
0
0
78
+3
LSU
21
1
11
8
1
0
75
+1
Miss. State
25
0
3
19
3
0
75
+1
S. Carolina
22
0
6
14
1
1
69
+5
Florida
18
1
12
4
1
0
67
None
Arkansas
21
0
2
19
0
0
65
-4
Kentucky
23
0
1
18
3
1
65
+2
Vanderbilt
20
0
4
16
0
0
64
None
Tennessee
19
0
8
9
2
0
63
-6
Auburn
16
0
10
6
0
0
58
None
Missouri
17
0
1
16
0
0
52
+9
Georgia
15
1
4
9
1
0
50
None
Ole Miss
14
0
3
11
0
0
45
+5



Our next table takes quality into account.  It’s simply the average point level for each school’s commitments:


School
Commits
Avg. Pts Per Commit
Florida
18
3.72
Alabama
26
3.65
Auburn
16
3.62
LSU
21
3.57
Texas A&M
23
3.39
Georgia
15
3.33
Tennessee
19
3.31
Ole Miss
14
3.21
Vanderbilt
20
3.20
S. Carolina
22
3.13
Arkansas
21
3.09
Missouri
17
3.05
Miss. State
25 3.00
Kentucky
23
2.82



 


3 comments
oreo
oreo

Tennessee hasn't ever been in the sec top 5

AndrewMartin
AndrewMartin

Looks like Alabama gets the 1st place ribbon; Texas A&M, Florida, and LSU tie for the 2nd place ribbon; and then there is everyone else!

Volguest
Volguest

Big surprise that Tennessee has the biggest drop. A great DC hire could change all that.



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