Recruiting already has shifted more than many (myself included) initially thought it would.
They have moved more than half the coaches that were in Texas full time into other areas for the 2013 recruiting cycle. Naturally, recruiting numbers from there are going to drop.
Now that schools are getting out, the out-of-state guys will start having chances to visit campus. Might start seeing some movement there.
In the midwest, it's pretty clear the move's immediate impact has been positive. Jake Campos is not a Tiger commit without the SEC move. Neither is Nick Ramirez, or likely Clay Rhodes (he's probably OSU bound if he's staying in the Big 12).
The Tigers should be a bigger player in Iowa and Illinois and Kansas and even in-state than they have been before.
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