Taking a look at the SEC recruiting classes not everyone is talking about, it's clear South Carolina and Arkansas filled needs and found QBs.
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Arkansas loaded up on D-line prospects with four of their nine highest-rated recruits coming there, but not adding any CBs was a bit of head-scratcher.
Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer
Going through Arkansas' latest signing class and can't help but be impressed by the depth Bret Bielema and his staff have created at QB. Austin Allen, Rafe Peavey and Ricky Town are three solid options this year. Then you watch 6-ft-7 signee Cole Kelley and see huge upside.
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.
The SEC accounts for five of the top 10 recruiting classes in the country and fully one third of the top 35.
Florida State got the top class, and Michigan got the most attention, but overall, the SEC blew away the competition on Wednesday.
Watch: Brandon Jones makes decision
Jones (No. 2 S, No. 49 overall) is choosing between Arkansas, Baylor, Texas and Texas A&M at 9:30 a.m. ET. Which team will he sign with? Watch on ESPNU/WatchESPN
Watch: Arkansas signing day press conference
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Brandon Jones commits to Texas
Jones, the No. 2 safety in the ESPN 300, chooses the Longhorns over Arkansas, Baylor and Texas A&M. Texas allowed opponents to complete 45.1 percent of their passes of 15+ yards downfield last year, worst in the Big 12.
Bret Bielema flew nearly 20,000 miles
The Arkansas head coach has flown 19,714 miles since Nov. 29 for mostly recruiting purposes. That's about 3,000 miles shy of the distance it would take to fly around the world, according to a school release. More from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
A number of members of the SEC's 2012 recruiting class slipped under the radar initially, but made their mark once they hit the field.
Taking a look back at the SEC's recruiting classes from 2012, re-grading and re-ranking how they fared.
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