2019 Final Recruiting Class 1-130 Rankings: What You Need To Know, Best Prospects, Strengths

2019 Final Recruiting Class 1-130 Rankings: What You Need To Know, Best Prospects, Strengths

2019 Recruiting

2019 Final Recruiting Class 1-130 Rankings: What You Need To Know, Best Prospects, Strengths

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Ranking all the 2019 recruiting classes for all 130 teams. How do they all look after the signings are in?


10. Oregon Ducks

What You Need To Know: Wow. It’s a huge class that turned special by landing Kayvon Thibodeaux for the defensive front in the early signing period. But he’s not alone on a loaded defensive line. The receiving corps coming in is terrific, the defensive backs are good, and overall, it’s exactly what the Duck fans were hoping for out of Mario Cristobal.
Best Prospect Name You Should Know: DE Kayvon Thibodeaux
Strongest Position: Defensive Ends
2018 Recruiting Ranking: 15
Recruiting Class Breakdown

9. Florida Gators

What You Need To Know: Oh is it good. Dan Mullen was able to load up on a whole lot of offensive linemen to build the infrastructure, the defensive backs are next-level good, and the defensive ends will be special once they beef up a bit.
Best Prospect Name You Should Know: CB Chris Steele
Strongest Position: Offensive Linemen
2018 Recruiting Ranking: 19
Recruiting Class Breakdown

8. Clemson Tigers

What You Need To Know: It’s more than good enough. Dabo Swinney has won national titles without having No. 1 overall classes, and this one is going to turn out just fine after last year’s whopper. It’s a huge class with an amazing bunch of defensive backs along with next-level talents for the line.
Best Prospect Name You Should Know: WR Joe Ngata
Strongest Position: Defensive Back
2018 Recruiting Ranking: 5
Recruiting Class Breakdown

7. Michigan Wolverines

What You Need To Know: The talent keeps on rolling in. Jim Harbaugh came up with a huge class with 26 signees – all of them strong. The defensive backs are all special and the offensive line got a huge bunch of talents, but in 2020, the skill spots have to get boosted up. Boo hoo – the ones brought in this year are good, too.
Best Prospect Name You Should Know: S Daxton Hill
Strongest Position: Defensive Back
2018 Recruiting Ranking: 21
Recruiting Class Breakdown

6. Texas A&M Aggies

What You Need To Know: Jimbo Fisher came up with a whale of a class now that he’s had a full year to work. The receiving corps is fantastic, the two tight ends being brought in are special, and the defensive backs are as talented as any secondary prospects in the 2018 recruiting season.
Best Prospect Name You Should Know: DE DeMarvin Leal
Strongest Position: Wide Receiver
2018 Recruiting Ranking: 18
Recruiting Class Breakdown

5. LSU Tigers

What You Need To Know: There aren’t any receivers, and there aren’t any factors for the passing game, but Ed Orgeron and his staff came up with a whole ton of good offensive linemen, and a bunch of next-level defensive back talents to fill in early on.
Best Prospect Name You Should Know: CB Derek Stingley
Strongest Position: Offensive Linemen
2018 Recruiting Ranking: 12
Recruiting Class Breakdown

4. Texas Longhorns

What You Need To Know: Is Bru McCoy going to be eligible right away? He committed to USC in December, but is now a Longhorn. No matter what, he was an amazing get and this is a tremendous class. The defensive side is loaded with options for the front seven, but the secondary got even more talent. It’s a loaded class across the board.
Best Prospect Name You Should Know: WR Bru McCoy
Strongest Position: Defensive Back
2018 Recruiting Ranking: 2
Recruiting Class Breakdown

3. Oklahoma Sooners

What You Need To Know: Getting Jalen Hurts from the grad transfer world was the biggest recruit – but that doesn’t count in these rankings. Lincoln Riley got his share of other superstars, too, landing quarterback of the future Spencer Rattler along with a serious group of receivers to keep the offensive fun going. Overall, there’s quality at every position.
Best Prospect Name You Should Know: QB Spencer Rattler
Strongest Position: Defensive End
2018 Recruiting Ranking: 11
Recruiting Class Breakdown

2. Georgia Bulldogs

What You Need To Know: If you want to call it the best recruiting class of 2019, you’re probably not wrong. It’s so, so good – there just aren’t as many high-end talents as Alabama was able to bring in. Name the position and there’s an NFL prospect – at least one – coming in. Kirby Smart continues to crush it.
Best Prospect Name You Should Know: WR Georgie Pickens
Strongest Position: Defensive Ends
2018 Recruiting Ranking: 1
Recruiting Class Breakdown

1. Alabama Crimson Tide

What You Need To Know: This doesn’t make up for the national championship clunker, but it means the Tide will stay in the hunt over the next few years. There’s talent everywhere, but the defensive linemen are the most amazing, the defensive backs are next-level, and … it’s an Alabama recruiting class. Everyone is good enough to have gone anywhere else.
Best Prospect Name You Should Know: RB Trey Sanders
Strongest Position: Defensive Linemen
2018 Recruiting Ranking: 7
Recruiting Class Breakdown

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