Sports gambling odds players were paying close attention to college football’s National Signing Day in which teams tried to improve their prospects with the sports gambling lines. There were both some surprises and some routine expectations met for National Signing Day. Lane Kiffin of USC again reminded everyone why he is considered the top recruiter in the country with the sports gambling odds handicappers.
In just a couple of weeks on the job Kiffin had Southern Cal as the top ranked recruiting class with the sports gambling lines. Just for good measure Kiffin’s old team, Tennessee, ranked a most impressive 9th in the nation for their recruiting class with internet sportsbooks.
Urban Meyer of Florida may have been considering retirement, or a leave of absence, or a small break, but one thing is for certain with the sports gambling odds, which is that Florida will be among the nation’s elite programs for years to come. The Gators ranked 2nd with the sports gambling odds for their 2010 recruiting class.
Speaking of coaches with a reputation for being ace recruiters with sports gambling odds handicappers, how about Mack Brown of Texas? Brown’s Longhorns will also remain a top contender with the sports gambling odds as their class was ranked 3rd best in the nation for 2010.
Some of the big Signing Day surprises with the sports gambling odds for 2010 included the Auburn Tigers (4th), UCLA Bruins (8th), Florida State Seminoles (10th), Cal Bears (11th), Texas A&M Aggies (15th), and Clemson Tigers (18th).
Last year’s national champion, Alabama, also figures to remain a serious national title contender with the sports gambling odds as they ranked 5th in the nation for their singing class.
Their SEC rivals from LSU ranked right behind them at 6th in the nation. Other notable rankings were Oklahoma at 7th, Penn State at 12th, Oregon at 13th, and Notre Dame at 14th.