Thirty-nine weeks from yesterday.
That’s how long it is until we’re tracking the faxes on National Signing Day 2013. And since it’s already May — wasn’t it Christmas last week? — we think it’ll seem like a blink of the eye until that day arrives.
It’s been three weeks since our last check of the Big Board and several schools have picked up commitments in that time. Below we’ll show you how your favorite team — and your hated rivals — are stacking up to date in terms of committed prospects.
As usual, we’ll use Rivals.com’s rankings. For each star they assign, we’ll dole out a point. But we’ll also award a point to 0-star recruits because sooner or later those commits will be graded, too (and if they wind up in the SEC, they’ll most likely receive no less than two or three stars).
First, we’ll show you the SEC’s 14 programs rank in terms of total talent points committed on this May 10th:
Next, let’s take a look at the average points per commitment for each program, in order to figure out what caliber athlete is interested in each program (as of now):
|School||Commits||Avg. Points Per Commit|
And finally, here’s a peek at which schools have picked up the most total points since our last comparator on April 17th:
|School||Points Added Since 4/17/12|