The 2018 college football recruiting cycle has wrapped up. Georgia has the No. 1 class in the country, supplanting Alabama for the first time in 7 years. Ohio State wasn't far behind at No. 2.
Not every program is bringing in a great class, though. Several major programs had disappointing hauls. Here are the five most-disappointing:
247sports team ranking: No. 19
A top 20 class isn't bad, but for the Wolverines, it's a step backward. Michigan is trying to compete against Ohio State and Penn State at the top of the Big Ten. Both of those programs have top-five classes.
247Sports team ranking: No. 7
Putting a top 10 class on the "most disappointing" list is probably crazy, but this is Alabama we're talking about. If the Crimson Tide don't get the No. 1 overall class, that's a disappointment. And that's what's happened for the first time in eight years.
247Sports team ranking: No. 15
The Tigers have missed out on some top targets, including five-star Patrick Surtain, who was seen by some as an LSU lock. He committed to Alabama instead.
4. Texas A&M
247Sports team ranking: No. 17
This is Jimbo Fisher's first class at Texas A&M and he didn't have much time to put it together. So putting the Aggies on this list is probably a little unfair. But Fisher did lose commitments from several of Texas A&M's top prospects and had a disappointing finish to the 2018 cycle.
Just wait for 2019, though, Aggies' fans. Texas A&M is on pace for an awesome class next year.
5. Texas Tech
247Sports Team Ranking: No. 73
Kliff Kingsbury might be coaching for his job this year. He's certainly not gotten off to the best start, with arguably the worst Power 5 recruiting class in the country.