With less than a week before National Signing Day, there has been some movement at the top of the composite recruiting rankings for the SEC.
LSU has inched ahead of Texas A&M for third place in the rankings.
The Tigers have 14 commitments to go along with six newcomers already on campus. The latest addition is 3-star receiver Racey McMath of New Orleans.
Not much changed for Alabama in the last week. It is still the consensus No. 1 in the SEC and in the nation. Nick Saban and his staff have 25 recruits in the 2017 class and might land a few more high-profile prospects.
Georgia has been a solid second in the SEC composite rankings for some time. It ranks third nationally behind Ohio State.
The Bulldogs could add another player or two in an effort to continue separating themselves from the rest of the SEC East on the recruiting trail.
Texas A&M has 17 commitments in its 2017 class, and nine newcomers are on campus in College Station. The Aggies hope to add another player or two by Wednesday.
South Carolina has a 22-man class after the recent flip of Hamsah Nasirildeen to Florida State. It was disappointing, but it hasn’t taken the shine off what’s been a solid first full class for Will Muschamp and his staff.
Here’s a look at the average ranking for each SEC school and their individual rankings by site.
SEC class rankings
As of Jan. 26