The recruiting rankings were released on Friday as the preseason season was winding down.
The rankings are meant to show who’s the best in each division.
They’re also meant to help college coaches make a better decision on when to sign players and where to spend their recruiting resources.
The ESPN rankings will remain the same through the regular season.
Here are the most important takeaways from the rankings: 1.
Florida has the best talent on the team.
No other team in the country is ranked higher than No. 3.
It’s a testament to the Gators’ recruiting and the depth of the roster that it has the opportunity to win with the No. 1 ranking.
The recruiting landscape has changed since last season.
A team like Florida will have a better chance to win the ACC this season if it can win the SEC and the Big 12.
3-D is the best of the recruiting world, and it has improved as well.
It still isn’t the best, but it’s close.
The SEC is the toughest conference to recruit in.
It will be hard for teams to beat Florida, North Carolina or Georgia in a three-team race.
The top five teams in the conference are Georgia, Alabama, Alabama State and Texas A&M.
That gives the SEC more talent and depth to challenge.
Alabama is the No 1-ranked school in the SEC, and the Tide is likely to win every game.
Alabama and Clemson are the best two teams in each conference and could win the national championship.
But the SEC has more teams to play in the next three seasons, and that’s why the rankings have shifted.
Tennessee is the third-best team in all of the Big Ten, but its success is contingent on winning the SEC West.
The Big Ten will have its own recruiting issues in 2018.
Michigan and Nebraska have both been under-recruited in recent years.
But Iowa and Penn State have good recruiting and are expected to be top-10 recruits.
Ohio State is a good team, but Michigan State is the most likely to get the most talent out of the group.
The ACC is going to get a lot of money in 2018 and 2019.
Georgia and Louisville have been recruiting well and could get better.
But Duke and Virginia have been underperforming and might not be able to compete for top-50 recruits.
The Pac-12 will get more money than the Big 10 in 2018, 2019 and 2020.
USC and UCLA will have to compete in the Pac-10 to get good recruiting.
The BCS will get a boost in 2021 and 2022.
The conference will be able, after years of missing out on top recruits, to attract top players.