With just under three months left until signing day (February 5, 2003), we
take a look at how Ole Miss and fellow SEC team schools are coming along with
their potential classes.
The early leaders in class quality are Alabama, LSU and Georgia. The trio have put together
likely top 10 classes in the nation and have multiple top ten performers committed.
South Carolina and Arkansas follow close behind and are setting themselves up
for a run towards having top 15 classes. Auburn, Florida, Kentucky, Mississippi State,
Ole Miss, and Vanderbilt are showing potential while Tennessee still has
a lot of work to do.
Here's the breakdown by team in alphabetical order.
Early Headliners: The No. 1-ranked dual-threat QB in the nation Robert
Lane. Other top ten players at their position include No. 2-ranked OL
Jerry Sevin, No. 4-ranked RB Alley Broussard, No. 5-ranked Nick
Child, No. 7-ranked OL Will Arnold, No. 8-ranked kicker Chris
Jackson and No. 8-ranked OL Chris Yoder.