Urban Meyer is known as one of the best recruiters in college football, and Ohio State certainly has a national draw. For those reasons, it’s safe to assume that Meyer and his staff will have their fair share of success in SEC country on the 2014 recruiting trail.
Some of you may be asking: What exactly is SEC country?
Here on the Signed, Sealed, Delivered blog, SEC country is either A) the region where most SEC schools or SEC fanbases are located or B) a region where the SEC seems to have a foothold in regard to recruiting.
As the most dominant conference in college football, the SEC tends to attract the best recruits, and it’s also hard to deny the talent that comes out of known “SEC states” like Florida, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi.
Being able to recruit in the SEC as a coach from another conference is huge, and it often times leads to great overall success during any given recruiting cycle.
More than any other coach in the Big Ten, Meyer has the ability to do so, and that’s…
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