David Pollack thinks two teams are rising above the rest.
Clemson and Georgia are headed to the College Football Playoff, but it's what those two programs are doing today that have everyone touting Dabo Swinney and Kirby Smart.
The first ever Early National Signing Day took place today, and Clemson and Georgia dominated the day, landing nine five-star recruits between them -- Clemson with three, and Georgia with six.
ESPN college football analyst David Pollack took notice. Pollack named Clemson and Georgia as the two programs he would "buy stock" in.
Alabama and Ohio State also come to mind, but it's hard not to be impressed by what Swinney and Smart have down with their respective programs thus far. Swinney built Clemson into a perennial contender among the country's elite, and Smart has turned the Bulldogs into an SEC power in just his second year.
Both tout top-10 recruiting classes, which suggests only continued success.