So my basic understanding of oversigning is signing more players then you need and quickly cutting the players that don’t produce how you like to make room for more recruits the next season. Personally I think this is unethical most of the times because instead of focusing more on player development it lives more on an immediate success or bust mentality trashing some kids career that could have needed a little more time.
So you get 85 scholarships total so 21 per year so most teams should be aiming for the 20-24 range for recruiting with a few walk-ons that don’t take a scholarship. So is a team like UGA who has what looks like 18 seniors (and I’m sure some juniors leaving early, idk how many) signing 29 commits just to be greedy and oversigning or did they lose a bunch of underclassmen? Also are there any rules that really limit oversigning?
UGA 29, Florida and LSU 27, TA&M 31. Just seems odd to me.