My ESPN.com colleague, Mark Schlabach, has taken another look at his Way-Too-Early Preseason Top 25 for 2013 now that signing day is behind us.
Not surprisingly, two-time defending national champion Alabama remains No. 1. The Crimson Tide pulled in the country's No. 1 signing class, according to ESPN, and their last six classes have now been ranked in the top 3 nationally.
Seven SEC teams are in Schlabach's new Top 25.
Texas A&M moved up a spot to No. 4. Georgia stayed at No. 6 and Florida moved up three spots to No. 7. South Carolina fell three spots to No. 10.
LSU, which lost 10 underclassmen to the NFL draft, remained at No. 13.
Breaking into the new Top 25 was Vanderbilt, which signed its highest rated class in school history. The Commodores are No. 25 and coming off their first nine-win season since 1915.
Still no mention of Ole Miss and its top-5 signing class in Schlabach's new Top 25.
Think he might hear from a few folks in the Land of Hotty Toddy, or is too early to expect the Rebels to make that kind of move next season?