Which SEC teams have the best overall rosters for 2014? | Saturday Down South

The SEC recruits better than any conference in college football, and the best players are continually funneling into this conference.

So, let’s take a look at how every SEC team has finished in the recruiting rankings year after year, along with win-loss record and winning percentage and according to 247Sports’ Composite Rankings:

Rank Team 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 Average W/L Win %
1 Alabama 1 1 1 1 5 1.8 46-7 86.80%
2 Florida 9 3 4 11 1 5.6 30-21 58.82%
3 LSU 2 6 14 7 7 7.2 44-9 83.02%
4 Georgia 8 11 8 5 12 8.8 36-18 66.67%
4 Auburn 6 13 11 8 6 8.8 37-16 69.81%
6 Tennessee 7 24 20 14 8 14.6 21-28 42.86%
7 Texas A&M 5 9 16 35 18 16.6 36-16 69.23%
8 South Carolina 16 20 17 16 30 19.8 42-11 79.25%
9 Ole Miss 15 8 46 20 38 25.4 21-29 42%
10 Arkansas 30 23 28 21 36 27.6 28-22 56%
11 Miss State 38 25 22 34 29 29.6 31-21 59.62%
12 Kentucky 22 34 50 37 45 37.6 15-34 30.61%
13 Missouri 39 43 31 57 21 38.2 35-17 67.31%
14 Vanderbilt 45 26 47 56 54 45.6 26-25 50.98%

 

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