Posted September 23, 2019 12:31:01It’s been a busy week for recruiting.
While more than one school has already released their recruiting profiles on Twitter, many of them have been quiet since the end of August.
The first to make the list is UGA, which is currently the most active recruiting site on the site, posting more than 15,000 recruiter tweets per day.
Of course, UGA is not alone in its efforts.
Several schools have also announced their new recruiting plans for 2018, and it looks like it’s only a matter of time before they begin the process of recruiting their next crop of players.
While there are plenty of interesting recruiting profiles for all the top schools in the country, here are the 10 most interesting in terms of how the site is tracking them.
Texas A&M University The Aggies’ recruitment is currently underway.
The Aggies announced a new head coaching position, a new athletic director, and a new AD coach, all in the space of a week.
It’s a pretty impressive feat for a school with a relatively small enrollment.
Florida State The Seminoles have posted a flurry of recruiting profiles, posting hundreds of tweets per week in the last week.
In addition to the new AD, FSU has also been busy in the recruiting arena, announcing a pair of new ADs, one in South Florida and one in Tallahassee.
Ohio State The Buckeyes are one of the more interesting recruiting sites out there.
They are the only school that has been listed on this list for the past few months, posting over 2,300 tweets per 24-hour period in August.
The site also has a new recruiting coordinator and new AD. 5.
Michigan The Wolverines are one school that will not be making the list this year, but that does not mean they have stopped recruiting.
With a new coaching staff, a brand new AD and a few new recruits in the fold, the Wolverines have posted over 6,300 recruiting tweets per 48-hour window in August, more than any other school on the list.
Stanford While the Cardinal is still in a period of transition, they are certainly not slowing down.
A couple of new recruiting spots have been announced this week, including a pair in Los Angeles and New York City.
Kentucky The Wildcats are still recruiting, but not for the first time in quite some time.
Last month, Kentucky added two new recruiting targets to its roster.
Today, the Wildcats posted a new staff member, with the addition of a new director. 2.
Miami The Hurricanes are the most prominent program to jump off the recruiting trail in recent months, and their new AD is certainly making waves in the process.
Earlier this week Miami announced the addition to its staff of two new recruits, with both of them taking up the position.
Iowa This site is the only site on this chart that has not posted new recruiting profiles in the past week.
The Iowa program has posted over 8,000 tweets per 30-minute window in the month of August, which could be the most the program has tweeted in any given 24-hours in the site’s history.
What are your thoughts on these top 10 most popular recruiting sites?
Do you think the site will continue to be a top destination for new talent?
Let us know in the comments below.