Jadon Jackson, a three-star receiver in the 2019 class, committed to Ole Miss last month. The Centerton, Ark., native became the 27th pledge in the Rebels' recruiting class, the most of any FBS program and 26 more than New Mexico State.
Ole Miss is one of only three programs with at least 25 commitments from 2019 recruits and one of 19 programs with at least 20 commitments, according to 247Sports. Of those 19 teams with 20 or more commitments, six are in the SEC, including Texas A&M, whose 25 pledges are tied with Air Force for second-most in the country. If Ole Miss' class, which currently ranks 10th in the SEC and 32nd in the nation, stands at 27, it would tie 2014 as the program's largest class in the internet era.
Air Force is one of five Group of Five programs with at least 20 commits. Miami (Ohio) ranks second among G5 programs with 23 commits, followed by Temple (22), North Texas (21) and East Carolina (21). Several other G5 programs are not seeing a similar flood of commits. Of the 35 teams with fewer than 10 commits, 31 are in the Group of Five, led by New Mexico State, whose only pledge is Carson Pharris, a three-star offensive tackle from San Antonio.
Kansas is the only Power Five program with fewer than eight recruits, and the Jayhawks are a long ways back from their peer programs. Three-star tight end Clay Cundiff (Wichita, Kan.) and three-star running back Cole Mueller (Wentzville, Mo.) are their only commits just two and a half months before the early-signing period.
Here's the full list of commitments for each FBS program (as of Oct. 5):