The 2019 recruiting class is only a few months away from the early signing period at the end of December, and there are plenty of college football programs that already have filled most of their classes. That means assistant coaches have been working around the clock to land their top targets and keep them on board once they commit.
Some assistants have risen to the top of the class in terms of whom they have been able to land and how involved they are with their team's recruiting process.
Here is a look at the first recruiter rankings for the 2019 class, rating the top assistant coaches for their work up to this point.
1. Cale Gundy
Top commitment: WR Theo Wease Jr.