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Which SEC Program Will Have A Bad National Signing Day?

Tomorrow is the most-important day of the year for college football programs.

The SEC typically dominates the recruiting cycle and the conference is doing it again this year.

Of the top 25 classes in 247Sports' team rankings for 2017, eight are from the SEC, including two of the top three (Alabama and Georgia).

The conference's teams will lock up their classes tomorrow - National Signing Day.

One recruiting insider is predicting one of the conference's programs will have a rough day tomorrow, though.

From ESPN:

Florida fans might want to take a break from social media on Wednesday, because it's going to be a tough day for the Gators. Last year, Florida finished with the 12th-ranked class, but things haven't gone smoothly on the recruiting trail in the 2017 class, and it's not going to get any better on signing day.

The Gators are hoping to finish with a signing day splash. Yes, Florida will land some quality players, but it won't be enough to stave off the taunting from rival schools on Wednesday. Go ahead and stay off Twitter and Facebook, Gator fans, because your friends from Athens, Knoxville, Tallahassee and Tuscaloosa will do all they can to pour salt into the wounds after a suboptimal recruiting finish.

Florida's 2017 class is ranked the No. 19 class in the country by 247Sports.