Hard not to be nervous with things in the Ozarks. I am BB fan and his staff seems to be outstanding. Do they have something up their sleeve? Why have they let several recruits out of their commitment but don't seem to be getting a ton of new commits? Not panicking, just nervous. Would love to hear your take on the situation.
That’s all that’s left between now and National Signing Day. That’s right around 450 hours worth of time for your favorite football program to bait and hook as many top-notch prospects as possible. Below we’ll show you just how well the teams in the SEC are doing.
As usual, we use the star rankings provided by Rivals.com. For each star the Rivals folks hand out, we award one point. But for the prospects they’ve yet to grade — the dreaded 0-star recruits — we also assign a point. Call us softies.
We then look at the numbers in three different ways. First, we look at the total talent being brought into a program. That’s the top chart. Just straight total points. Quantity.
Then, in the second chart, we rank the teams in terms of their average points-per-commitment. This gives you an idea of what type of athletes — generally — are giving handshake agreements to the SEC’s 14 schools. Quality.
In our third and final chart, we look at the number of 4- and 5-star recruits that have committed to each school. Recruiting rankings aren’t a science, but the more high-end type players a coach brings in, the better his chance of finding some diamonds. High-caliber prospects.
This week, we’ll also provide you with our overall MrSEC.com combination rankings.
|School||Commits||5-stars||4-stars||3-stars||2-stars||1- & 0-stars||Total Points|
Now the quality rankings…
And now the high-caliber recruits…
|School||4- & 5-star Commits|
As a bonus, we’ll go ahead and provide you with our own MrSEC.com combo ranking, too. First, we take the commitments as broken down above — quantity, quality, high-caliber prospects — and then we rank each school 1-14 in each category. At that point we add up each school’s three rankings to get a combination rank — the lower the score the better — that should give you an idea of how the SEC’s 14 schools currently stack up on the recruiting trail.
|MrSEC Rank||School||Quantity Rank||Quality Rank||High-Caliber Rank||Total Points|