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ESPN 300: Where the SEC stands

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Buckeyes, Tide top first 2017 class rankings (2:14)

National recruiting coordinator Craig Haubert joins ESPN's Phil Murphy to break down the top college football classes for the 2017 cycle. Ohio State and Alabama lead the way in the first release. (2:14)

With 35 players ranked in the ESPN 300 committed to SEC schools, the conference is once again off to a great start in recruiting. Alabama, Georgia, LSU and Auburn all have commitments from players ranked in the top 20 of the rankings. Here's a closer look at how SEC schools are doing in recruiting.