5 Most Important Takeaways From The 2019 Recruiting Season

5 Most Important Takeaways From The 2019 Recruiting Season

2019 Recruiting

5 Most Important Takeaways From The 2019 Recruiting Season

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2. The SEC just destroyed recruiting season … again

Yeah, yeah, yeah, the SEC had another good recruiting season. Ever since the  internet was invented, the SEC owned everyone’s recruiting rankings.

But no, really … the SEC’s recruiting season was really good.

Fans of other conferences despise the idea that the SEC is just plain better than every other conference because it has all of the talent, but the SEC is just plain better than every other conference because it has all of the talent.

Last year – for example – you could’ve made a case that Ohio State had the nation’s best recruiting class. Texas had an argument, and so did USC. Out of the top ten overall classes, Georgia and Alabama were the only two who were no-brainers.

In 2017, LSU came up with a whopper, and Florida, Auburn and Texas A&M  had terrific classes, but again, Georgia and Alabama were the only two locks for the top ten. But this year?

It’s all SEC.

Considering this is an inexact science, you’re not crazy to make a call that Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Texas A&M and Florida is your top five in some way shape or form. You’re also not crazy if you want to put Auburn and Tennessee somewhere in the top ten mix, and assume that Mississippi State, Ole Miss, and even Arkansas belong somewhere in the top 25.

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