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2011 National Signing Day Class Rankings: Alabama, Auburn, Georgia Lead SEC

2011 national signing day was another good one for the SEC, with Rivals updated rankings giving the conference the top two teams in the nation, four of the top seven, six of the top 13, and nine of the top 23. More specifically, it was a very good day for college football teams in the state of Alabama.

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The Alabama Crimson Tide solidified their No. 1 ranking by swiping four-star DE Jeoffrey Pagan from the Georgia Bulldogs days after he de-committed from the Clemson Tigers. On the other side of the state, the Auburn Tigers traded on their BCS title by bringing aboard four-star DT Gabe Wright and five-star OT Cyrus Kouandjio -- though the big offensive lineman might change his mind and join his brother at Bama.

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The Georgia Bulldogs hurdled the LSU Tigers, jumping to No. 6 with the signing of five-star RB Isaiah Crowell and three-star LB Kent Turene. LSU didn't add any players to its class today, but has gotten all but one signed as of right now.

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Tennessee and Florida make up the next tier, landing at No. 12 and No. 13 respectively. Both picked up surprise gets today. Ole Miss, South Carolina, and Arkansas show up later in the top 25. 

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Mississippi State is sending a ton of talent to the NFL this year, but isn't really getting a whole lot back. They're ranked no. 42 at the moment, followed by the laggards of the conference, Kentucky and Vandy.

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Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.