You can’t talk about college football recruiting and not mention Urban Meyer. Not only is he successful at developing the talent he picks up, but he makes his job much easier by consistently putting together top of the line recruiting classes year in and year out.
He has done it everywhere he has coached, and that reputation has remained strong in his first two years with the Ohio State Buckeyes.
But which recruiting class is better, and how does the first year in Columbus compare to the second?
Let’s take a look at Meyer and the job he has done in his first two years on the recruiting trail for Ohio State.
How the 2012 Class Looked
ESPN Ranking: No. 6
Scout Ranking: No. 3
Rivals Ranking: No. 4
247Sports Ranking: No. 7
The Buckeyes’ recruiting class got off to a rocky start before Meyer showed up. Despite getting a late start and building relationships as quickly as possible, he instantly imposed his will in the recruiting process and helped put together one…
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