Now that we can fully digest signing day, it's time to look at how this year's haul in the SEC compared to the teams' past decade of recruiting.
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Five SEC teams in FPI preseason top 10
FPI projects LSU as preseason No. 1 followed by Florida State, Oklahoma and Clemson. Four more SEC teams round out the top 10.
Florida State got the top class, and Michigan got the most attention, but overall, the SEC blew away the competition on Wednesday.
Dickerson commits to Florida State
Landon Dickerson, ESPN's No. 5 OT, chooses Florida State over Alabama and Tennessee. He's the Seminoles' school-record 16th ESPN 300 commit in this class, and the fourth on the offensive line (ties Alabama for most in FBS).
Watch: Landon Dickerson makes decision
Dickerson (No. 5 OT, No. 64 overall) is choosing between Alabama, Florida State and Tennessee at 12:30 p.m. ET. Which team will he sign with? Watch on ESPNU/WatchESPN
Just how big was Byrd's flip to Vols?
Tyler Byrd (No. 1 athlete in ESPN 300), who flipped his commitment from Miami to Tennessee, is just the third Volunteer recruit to be No. 1 at his position in the ESPN 300 era. The other two: No. 1 CB Eric Berry (2007) and No. 1 K Aaron Medley (2014).
Tennessee flips another Miami commit
Four-star WR Latrell Williams flips from Miami to Tennessee. Tyler Byrd (No. 1 athlete in ESPN 300) made the same switch earlier.
Sophomore slump? Not this season. College football will benefit by the return of several star players trying to back up glittering 2015 seasons.
Nigel Knott, a 5-foot-11, 174-pound four-star defensive back, announced his decision to commit to Alabama in a video on Bleacher Report.
Taking a look back at the SEC's recruiting classes from 2012, re-grading and re-ranking how they fared.
The Vols already had a pair of SEC losses when Georgia came to Knoxville and built a 24-3 lead, but UT rallied for a victory that turned its season.
Georgia's talented defensive backs will all returns next season as the Bulldogs' secondary led not only the SEC, but much of the nation.
Alabama's title run owed as much to its front seven as any part of the team; Florida won the East thanks to its; South Carolina failed up front.