SEC football teams made, on average, 100 more offers to 2019 recruits than Mountain West, Pac-12 and Big 12 teams.
Tennessee made 447 offers to 2019 recruits, third-most among all FBS teams and most among Power Five teams. Two other SEC teams also made at least 400 offers (Kentucky and Ole Miss), 12 of the conference's 14 teams made at least 240 offers, and only one team made fewer than 200 offers (Texas A&M).
Meanwhile, zero Pac-12 teams had more than 400 offers, only one Pac-12 team made more than 240 offers (Oregon) and six of their 12 teams made fewer than 200 offers, including four who combined for fewer offers than Tennessee:
Despite having the second-most average (24.1) and total commitments (338), the SEC has the lowest commitment rate. Only 8.1 percent of their 4,175 offers (338) were accepted, a staggering five percentage points lower than the Mountain West (13.1 percent).
And, as noted here (where you'll find a full list of offers and commit rate for each FBS team), Southern Miss had the same number of defensive line offers as Stanford had total offers.
As of Tuesday, March 12, 2019, here are the average offers and commits and commit rate for each conference (and independents):