Which schools are getting the most from college football recruiting?

The SEC has been the biggest beneficiary of the influx of recruiting, with seven schools having more than two dozen recruits commit to the conference this year.

Five of the schools are in the Big Ten, and the SEC is the biggest winner with 17 recruits.

That number has increased to 13 since the start of the season.SEC schools ranked by recruiting class as of Jan. 31.

SEC schools ranked: Alabama, Auburn, Alabama State, Auburn University, Alabama, Alabama A&M, Arkansas, Auburn State, Arkansas State, Boise State, Boston College, Buffalo, Central Florida, Colorado, Central Michigan, Central Washington, Charlotte, Clemson, Cincinnati, Coastal Carolina, Cleveland State, Coastal Michigan, Connecticut, Dartmouth, Delaware, East Carolina, Eastern Michigan, Eastern Washington, Florida, Florida Atlantic, Georgia, Georgia Southern, Hawaii, Houston, Iowa State, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kent State, LSU, Kentucky, Louisiana Tech, Louisiana-Lafayette, Marshall, Maryland, Memphis, Miami (Fla.), Miami (Ohio), Michigan State, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, New Orleans, North Carolina, North Texas, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Ohio, Penn State, Purdue, Rice, Rutgers, San Diego State, South Carolina, South Florida, Southern Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas A&m, Texas Tech, Texas State, Utah, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech, Washington, West Virginia, Western Michigan, Western Oregon, Western Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming