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Texas A&M's class finishes National Signing Day ranked 12th in the nation, 6th in the SEC

Compare the Aggies' class to other schools nationally and within the SEC conference.

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The dust has settled on National Signing Day 2015. Texas A&M signed another great class under Kevin Sumlin, so let's see how it stacks up to other top programs. The Composite rankings place the Aggies at 12th in the nation, 6th in the SEC, and 4th in the SEC West.

Recruiting in the SEC is ridiculously good. Twelve of the top 25 programs are from the SEC. With a great start to 2016 and John Chavis running the show on defense, we'll see if the Aggies can sign an even better class next year.

Be sure to read Ranger222's breakdown of Texas A&M's class and check out our complete list of signees.

If you're curious about what the 247 Composite Ranking represents, see their explanation below.

247Composite Rating

The 247Composite Rating is a proprietary algorithm that compiles prospect "rankings" and "ratings" listed in the public domain by the major media recruiting services. It converts average industry ranks and ratings into a linear composite index capping at 1.0000, which indicates a consensus No. 1 prospect across all services.

The 247Composite Rating is the industry's most comprehensive and unbiased prospect ranking and is also used to generate 247Sports Team Recruiting Rankings.