Georgia claims top spot in recruiting battle

Georgia claims top spot in recruiting battle

The chaos is now spread out for college recruits.

This was pretty bad timing, considering Wednesday was one of the biggest Twitter days of the year for the college football world.

Fortunately for USF, today is expected to be fairly subdued for Charlie Strong and his staff, who secured the bulk of their recruiting class during the NCAA's new early signing period in December. And there is a lot of prime talent available, including four five-star prospects. Georgia was also able to flip five-star linebacker Quay Walker from Alabama and four-star linebacker Otis Reese from MI.

The coaching carousel was wild this year, with several prominent men switching jobs.

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(18) Texas A&M: Jimbo Fisher and the Aggies have signed 10 four-star recruits, including Arlington Lamar defensive tackle Bobby Brown.

(27) Baylor: Matt Rhule pieced together a solid class in his first full recruiting cycle with the Bears, signing four-star quarterback Gerry Bohanan (Earle, Ark.) and four-star receiver Tyquan Thornton (Miami, Fla.) in December.

Oats - a 6-foot-4 prospect from Cincinnati - took an unofficial visit to Lexington this past weekend instead of his previously planned official visit to Ohio State, which had ramped up its recruitment of the in-state linebacker in recent weeks.

Five-star safeties Caden Sterns (Cibolo Steele) and B.J. Foster (Angleton) headline Tom Herman's first full recruiting class with the Longhorns. Who will commit where?

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