Who are the best and the brightest new recruits in the SEC? It’s the 2018 All-SEC Recruiting Team.
Get the expectations going. These are the best and the brightest prospects being signed by the SEC teams for the 2018 recruiting class. These are the names you’ll need to know – at least if all goes according to plan.
Scroll down to check out the 2013 SEC All-Recruiting Team.
Did the top prospects from five years ago live up to the hype?
2018 SEC National Signing Day/Recruiting Head Coach
Kirby Smart, Georgia: Will Muschamp did a nice job at South Carolina, and give the new guys credit (Dan Mullen at Florida, Jimbo Fisher at Texas A&M, Jeremy Pruitt at Tennessee, and Joe Moorhead at Mississippi State) for doing a good job in a transition, but of course it’s Smart. His Georgia recruiting class is one of the greatest in school history, and it’s the acknowledged best in the country this year, landing bulk, superstars, and doing a wonderful job of building on a fantastic run to the national championship game.
2018 SEC All-Recruiting National Signing Day Team: Offense
QB: Justin Fields, Georgia
RB: Asa Martin, Auburn
RB: Zamir White, Georgia
WR: Terrace Marshall, LSU
WR: Jaylen Waddle, Alabama
TE: Luke Ford, Georgia
OT: Cade Mays, Georgia
OG: Trey Hill, Georgia
C: Daniel Dawkins, Vanderbilt
OG: Jamaree Salyer, Georgia
OT: Richard Gouraige, Florida
2018 SEC All-Recruiting National Signing Day Team: Defense
DE: Eyabi Anoma, Alabama
DT: Christian Barmore, Alabama
DT: Rick Sandidge, South Carolina
DE: Brenton Cox, Georgia
LB: J.J. Peterson, Tennessee
LB: Channing Tindall, Georgia
LB: Quay Walker, Alabama
CB: Tyson Campbell, Georgia
S: Kelvin Joseph, LSU
S: Leon O’Neal, Texas A&M
CB: Patrick Surtain, Alabama
Here were the supposed top prospects from five years ago in the 2013 team. These were expected to be the franchise-makers. Did it work out that way?
2013 CFN All-SEC Recruiting Team
QB – Hayden Rettig, LSU
RB – Derrick Henry, Alabama
RB – Kelvin Taylor, Florida
WR – Marquez North, Tennessee
WR – Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss
TE – O.J. Howard, Alabama
OT – Ethan Pocic, LSU
OG – Josh Boutte, LSU
C – Brandon Kublanow, Georgia
OG – Grant Hill, Alabama
OT – Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss
DE – Chris Jones, Mississippi State
DT – Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss
DT – A’Shawn Robinson, Alabama
DE – Carl Lawson, Auburn
OLB – Zach Cunningham, Vanderbilt
ILB – Reuben Foster, Alabama
OLB – Skai Moore, South Carolina
CB – Vernon Hargreaves III, Florida
S – Tray Matthews, Georgia
S – Keanu Neal, Florida
CB – Tre’Davious White, LSU
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