It's tough to win big on Saturday without landing signatures from the Jim's and Joe's during the recruiting process.
These assistant coaches did it better than anyone else in 2013 and make up 247Sports Top50 recruiters in 2013.
Alabama's Mike Groh was named the 247Sports National Recruiter of the Year.
Click on the photo gallery below for much more info on each of these go-getters.
Sam Pittman – offensive line coach
Rodney Garner - defensive line coach
Kendal Briles - passing game coordinator/offensive recruiting coordinator
Auburn assistant line coach Rodney Garner went out and landed three five-star defensive linemen in Montravius Adams, Carl Lawson and Elijah Daniel.
John Lilly – tight ends coach
Mark Hagen – defensive tackles coach/recruiting coordinator
Clint Hurtt – associate head coach/recruiting coordinator
John Chavis – defensive coordinator
Mark Staten – offensive line coach
Tim Brewster – receivers coach
Don Pellum – linebackers coach/recruiting coordinator
G.A. Mangus – quarterbacks coach
LSU defensive coordinator John Chavis went out and got touted prospects Greg Gilmore, Frank Herron, and Lewis Neal. He also played a big part in securing Kendell Beckwith and Josh Boutte.
Larry Scott – running backs coach
Mike Sanford – running backs coach/recruiting coordinator
Jay Graham – running backs coach
Stacy Searels – offensive line coach
Ed Orgeron – defensive line coach/recruiting coordinator
Tee Martin – receivers coach
Josh Gattis – receivers/offensive recruiting coordinator
Notre Dame assistant Tony Alford gives the Irish a strong presence in Florida.
Shane Beamer – associate head coach/running backs coach
Tosh Lupoi – defensive line coach
Bill Bedenbaugh – offensive line coach
Ben Strickland - defensive backs coach
The 247Sports network contributed to this report.
Steve Wiltfong is a national recruiting writer for 247Sports. You can follow him on Twitter here.
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