Sunday, December 30, 2007


The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has released its Super Southern 100. Alabama and Georgia lead the committment list with 12 and 10 respectively. Despite the frustrations of a 6-6 regular season, Alabama is having a great off season already due to a bumper recruiting crop in the state that should give the Tide and Nick Saban more to look forward to next year. Saban recruited many of the starters you will see in the BCS Championship Game for LSU.

Alabama 12, Georgia 10, Florida State 5, LSU 4, Notre Dame 3, NC State 3, Clemson 2, Miami 2, Ohio St 2, USC 2, Virginia Tech 2, South Carolina 1, Miss State 1, North Carolina 1, Auburn 1, Tennessee 1, Florida 1, Kentucky 1, Ole Miss 1.

The rankings cover Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia. Georgia ranks second in the South with 19 of the Super Southern 100. The state of Georgia is usually near the top in terms of the caliber of college recruits it churns out. Mark Richt hopes his talent rich state will land him in more than the Sugar Bowl next year.

States by Ranking:
Florida 27, Georgia 19, Alabama 11, Virginia 8, Louisiana 7, North Carolina 7, South Carolina 6, Mississippi 5, Tennessee 4, Arkansas 3, Kentucky 2.

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