What grade did your team get?

How did each team fare on signing day? RecruitingNation breaks down the 2013 classes for each team in the BCS conferences, as well as a few of the non-AQ contenders.

Bolstered by signing day pledges from top-15 recruits Jalen Ramsey and Matthew Thomas, Florida State boasts the ACC's top incoming class, finishing just ahead of Clemson and Miami. Team-by-team ACC gradesInsider

The Big 12 didn't earn a lot of high marks for 2013 recruiting, but Texas, with eight ESPN 300 prospects, and Oklahoma, with seven ESPN 300 prospects, led the way for the conference's recruiting class grades. Team-by-team Big 12 gradesInsider

Rutgers had the Big East's best recruiting class, led by quarterback Chris Laviano. Louisville, led by ESPN 150 WR James Quick, was right behind the Scarlet Knights. Team-by-team Big East gradesInsider

Rivals Michigan and Ohio State compete on the field and on the trail. It's little surprise that they led the Big Ten on signing day. But what grade did their classes receive from our scouts? Team-by-team Big Ten gradesInsider

UCLA and coach Jim Mora Jr. capped a strong final push and reeled in the Pac-12's top 2013 class, while crosstown rival USC rallied after seeing several decommitments. Team-by-team Pac-12 gradesInsider

Alabama's top-ranked class lived up to its winning pedigree, as did the rest of the conference. No SEC team's recruiting class graded lower than a B-minus. Team-by-team SEC gradesInsider

Not surprisingly, Notre Dame leads the top non-AQ recruiting classes as the Irish had the nation's No. 4 class. But there were some surprises in the group, with Fresno State and Hawaii each picking up ESPN 300 prospects. AnalysisInsider