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Southern Pigskin's 2017 recruiting class rankings for the SEC:

1. Alabama: 29 signees

To say Alabama reloads is an understatement. Dylan Moses headlines yet another top class for Nick Saban.

 

2. Georgia: 26 signees

In just his first full recruiting go-round, Kirby Smart secured the greatest class in program history.

 

3. LSU: 24 signees

A few big NSD pulls brings LSU in at number three in the SEC.

 

4. Texas A&M: 27 signees

Kevin Sumlin’s 27 signings puts the Aggies behind only Alabama and Tennessee for total commits.

 

5. Tennessee: 28 signees

The Volunteers landed ESPN’s top overall prospect, Trey Smith, an in-state product.

 

6. Auburn: 23 signees

Auburn has a lot to replace on the O-line, but Calvin Ashley could help out right away.

 

7. Florida: 24 signees

Florida didn’t look great coming into Wednesday, but managed to salvage a solid class.

 

8. South Carolina: 25 signees

Jamyest Williams was the NSD gift that every Gamecock was excited to receive.

 

9. Arkansas: 24 signees

A handful of playmaking receivers highlight Bret Bielema’s class.

 

10. Kentucky: 24 signees

The Wildcats were actually one of the more sneaky-good programs on Signing Day.

 

11. Mississippi State: 24 signees

Chauncey Rivers and Willie Gay will make Mississippi State better in the pass rush, immediately.

 

12. Ole Miss: 23 signees

Despite plenty of NSD additions, this was less than what people in Oxford have come to expect.

 

13. Missouri: 23 signees

Knowing Missouri, one of those defensive ends will end up being All-SEC.

 

14. Vanderbilt: 19 signees

Perhaps quality over quantity was the philosophy, although it appears to have ended up being neither.