2017 American Athletic Conference Recruiting

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    Charlie Strong already making a big impact:

     
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    Update with 2 more weekends left for prospects to OV before signing day..

    http:// ...Football/CompositeTeamRankings?Conference=AAC

    Wow. Memphis takes over the number 1 spot from Houston with UCF right behind them. UH only has 16 commits which is part of the reason for their lower ranking

    1. Memphis
    2. UCF
    3. Houston
    4. ECU
    5. USF
    6. SMU
    7. Navy
    8. Cincinnati
    9. Tulane
    10. Temple
    11. Tulsa
    12. UConn

    More thoughts: Our overall score will rise as we take on more commits. I expect us to wind up with ~10 more commits than we currently have. That will help us a lot in the rankings.

    Surprised to see Temple and Tulsa so low on this list. Would've thought Temple would've been able to ride the momentum of an AAC title on the recruiting trail but losing your entire staff probably doesn't help in that regard. Tulsa had a phenomenal season and being so low is fairly surprising. Navy obviously recruits differently than everyone else but them having 12 composite 3* players is nice to see as well. I think USF under Strong will routinely be top 3 in the conference moving forward as well.