SEC Roster Management & Talent Rankings

Number of Recruited Scholarship Players on Rosters (reflects quality depth) – as of 1 July 2012:

1. LSU, Miss St, & South Carolina (85)
4. Alabama (82)
5. Kentucky & Missouri (81)
7. Arkansas (80)8. Florida, Texas A&M, & Vanderbilt (79)11. Ole Miss & Tennessee (78)
13. Auburn (76)
14. Georgia (71) – does not include 5 non-rated walk-ons [Bradberry, Faloughi, Frix, Harton, & Sailors] currently on scholarship (fwiw, last season UGA had 10 walk-ons on scholarship)

Average Stars per Recruited Scholarship Player (Rivals.com scale of 0-5)

1. Alabama (3.77)
2. Florida (3.75)
3. Georgia (3.61)
4. LSU (3.58)
5. Auburn (3.51)
6. Tennessee (3.31)
7. South Carolina (3.25)
8. Texas A&M (3.20)
9. Arkansas & Missouri (3.01)
11. Miss St (2.98)
12. Ole Miss (2.95)
13. Vanderbilt (2.75)
14. Kentucky (2.72)

Normalized Data – Average Stars per Player (i.e., accounts for walk-ons impact on an FBS-team’s maximum 85 scholarship players)

1. Alabama (3.64)
2. LSU (3.58)
3. Florida (3.48)
4. South Carolina (3.25)
5. Auburn (3.14)
6. Tennessee (3.04)
7. Georgia & Texas A&M (3.01)
9. Miss St (2.98)
10. Missouri (2.91)
11. Arkansas (2.87)
12. Ole Miss (2.71)
13. Kentucky (2.59)
14. Vanderbilt (2.55)

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2012 Roster

1. David Andrews, OL, rising Soph
2. Sterling Bailey, OLB, redshirt Frosh
3. Collin Barber, P, 2012 Frosh
4. Faton Bauta, QB, 2012 Frosh
5. Mark Beard, OL, 2012 JUCO transfer
6. Michael Bennett, WR, redshirt Soph
7. Devin Bowman, DB, rising Soph
8. *Taylor Bradberry, WR, senior (walkon awarded scholly on 11 Aug 11)
9. Marlon Brown, WR, rising Senior
10. Chris Burnette, OL, rising redshirt Junior
11.BrandonBurrows,LB,

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