It's been a productive last week for Mississippi State on the recruiting trail, so much so that the Bulldogs have moved into the top 25 of ESPN's latest recruiting rankings.
Mississippi State is No. 22 in the updated rankings, giving the SEC 10 of the top 25 classes. Recent commitments by quarterback Cord Sandberg and running back Kailo Moore, both ESPN 300 prospects, have give the Bulldogs a lot of momentum. Seven of their 10 commitments are from the state of Mississippi.
Rounding out the SEC schools in ESPN's latest top 25 are Florida No. 2, Alabama No. 3, Georgia No. 5, Texas A&M No. 6, Auburn No. 9, LSU No. 13, South Carolina No. 15, Ole Miss No. 20 and Vanderbilt No. 23.
Georgia and Texas A&M each have the most total commitments (19) among SEC schools. Alabama has the most ESPN 300 prospects committed (14) among SEC schools.