August 2nd, 2013 02:00 PM║ Posted By: John Pennington ║ Permalink
Tags: Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, LSU, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Rivals, School Commits, SEC, Total Points Tennessee
It’s been a couple of weeks since our last look at the SEC’s recruiting big board and there’s been a little bit of movement in that time. Not only have about the schools in the league added talent, but a pair of schools (Auburn, Mississippi State) have lost some points.
Below you’ll find the updated scores for each SEC program. As always, we’ve used the star ratings provided by Rivals.com. In past years we’ve found that Rivals’ ratings are the more accurate when it comes to eventual wins and losses on the field.
For each star Rivals.com assigns, we assign a point. We also award 0-star recruits a point because those prospects have not had their film graded yet.
We also break down the numbers three ways, judging quantity, quality and the number of high-caliber recruits (4- and 5-stars) a program is getting to commit. Finally, we assign points for each school’s position on those three charts to arrive at our own MrSEC.com recruiting score.
Let’s begin by looking at the quantity rankings…
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Now let’s see how the quality scores break down…
Now we look at high-caliber talent…
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And finally, we look at the current MrSEC.com recruiting rankings. We assign a point for each team’s position on the three charts above. A first-place school in the quality table, for instance, would receive one point. The 14th-place school would receive 14 points. Obviously, when we tally all these numbers up the lower a program’s overall score the better…
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