Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Gamecocks top area schools in early recruiting

And just how are the 2010 recruiting classes of our seven major Carolinas football programs ranked so far?

We checked in with for their take on the group, and find South Carolina on top in quantity (13 commitments) and quality (ranked No.21 nationally).

Clemson (seven commitments) is not far behind at No.27, and then comes the biggest surprise of the bunch. Duke, with 10 commitments, is ranked No.36.

N.C. State (nine commitments) is 40th, followed by North Carolina (three commitments) at No.43. Wake Forest, with five commitments, is tied for 65th.

Bringing up the rear, at least at this point, is East Carolina (five commitments), which is tied for 82nd.

And who’s No.1 nationally? How about Mack Brown’s Texas Longhorns, who have 19 commitments so far.

--Stan Olson


Millstone said...

Wow, if UNC-CH had FOUR commitments, they would likely be ranked #1!

Anonymous said...

Imagine if the mighty Heels could win with all that talent.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
A "top 5 class" that got killed 41-10.

UMMM I believe when the game was played that "top 5 class" was seniors in high school. I am glad recruits get tagged with losses before they even play the game. NICE ONE!

Anonymous said...

And if my aunt had a penis, she'd be my uncle.