Which college football teams are recruiting the best at each position on offense in 2022?

Now that college football's February signing period is over, we have a clear view of how each program was able to fill needs with high school prospects.

Texas A&M finished with the No. 1 class overall, but there were plenty of other teams that recruited well across the board. To give a different look at how each team performed, we break down the best classes by position, starting with the offense.


South Carolina

The Gamecocks have added a ton to their quarterback room this offseason. For this exercise, we're only grading out the high school hauls, but South Carolina is bringing in Oklahoma transfer Spencer Rattler at quarterback. From the recruiting class, Shane Beamer and his staff added two ESPN 300 quarterbacks in Tanner Bailey and Braden Davis.

Bailey is the No. 132 prospect overall and a 6-foot-1 and 190-pound prospect out of Gordo, Alabama. Davis is ranked No. 237 overall and is a 6-6, 195-pound quarterback out of Middletown, Delaware. Landing two ESPN 300 quarterbacks and a transfer should set up the quarterback position very well for the future.