You might not know it yet, but the year is almost here.
The 2015 recruiting cycle was an exciting one, with plenty of new recruits on the horizon.
But while recruiting classes are always fun to read about, what if there’s a class that’s a little more than a year old?
What’s more, what’s more likely to make you reconsider your decision on who you want to sign as a freshman?
Here are five reasons why:1.
It’s a new class.
The class of 2019 was a massive, class-changing class.
In fact, this year’s class could be one of the most dynamic in recent recruiting history.
The top-ranked class entering the 2019 class is the No. 8 class from last year, and it’s no surprise that they had an outstanding season.
As of this writing, that top-rated class is No. 7 in the country, according to 247Sports Composite Rankings.
The 2019 class ranked first in both the Associated Press and 247Sports composite rankings.
The 2019 class also had the biggest class in school history, according the 247Sports rankings.
In 2018, that class had the second-largest class of any incoming class ever, after the 2019 recruiting class.
That means 2019 could be a big year for the Big Ten.
The No. 1 overall recruiting class from the 2019 cycle, according 247Sports, was No. 6 overall in the nation.
That class was led by two players from the 2017 class.
The class was ranked No. 12 in the league by the 247Composite.
That’s no coincidence, considering the 2019 classes class was also led by top-notch recruiting classes from the 2016 and 2017 recruiting classes.
This is where the class is trending in terms of the class’s overall ranking, according RecruitingNation’s Composite Rankings:The 2019 recruiting classes class is a strong recruiting class, but is it likely to be a repeat?
No. 5 overall from the 2018 class is ranked No, 6 in the 247 Composite.
And No. 9 overall from last season’s class is rated No. 10 by 247Sports.
So it’s very possible that the 2019 group could be even stronger than last year’s group.
The only way this 2019 class might be even more strong than the previous one is if the top-five overall recruit of the 2019 crop makes a major jump.
This could happen if top-three defensive end Justin Smith (6-3, 250) is a first-round pick, and the other top-10 recruit of that class, 6-4, 295-pound safety Chris Wormley (6, 208), is the top defensive end in the 2019 draft class.
If that happens, then the 2019 roster could become even more exciting than the 2016-17 class, which had the most class of all of the incoming classes.
The 2018 class was one of just three classes in the past decade to have more than 10 players in the top 10 in 247Compsilacs Composite Rankings, while the 2017 group had eight players in that category.
In 2016, there were only three top-25 classes in history in the recruiting rankings, with the top five classes coming in 2020, 2019 and 2020 (2016 and 2017).
The top 10 class from 2017 is the only one with fewer than five players in each of the top 100 rankings in 247Sports’ Composite Rankings since 2000.
The 2020 class is also a recruiting class that could potentially change the way the Big 10 looks at recruiting.
In 2019, Michigan ranked No.
“No. 2 in the AP rankings, while Wisconsin was No.”
If Smith (and Wormley) are top-15 prospects, then it makes sense that Wisconsin could be the recruiting leader in 2020.
Wisconsin had the No.”3 recruiting class of the year, so the Wisconsin-Michigan game in 2019 could potentially be the biggest in the program’s history.
Wisconsin also won the Big 12 championship in 2019, and that should make Wisconsin a bigger threat in 2020 than it was in 2016.3.
It could be an unexpected class.
No. 3 overall recruit and offensive tackle Jonathan Lacy is a two-time All-American.
The Wisconsin native also received the consensus top-100 player by 247Combs Composite Rankings last year.
That ranking, by the way, is not the most coveted position in the class, and if Lacy becomes a first round pick, that could mean that Wisconsin might have a much bigger impact in the Big 20.
The consensus top 10 player for the class of 2021 is No.”
But it’s possible that Washington, a top-40 offensive tackle, could slip to the No,”No. 5 or No. 3 class in 2019.
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