UTSA needs to improve their recruiting infrastructure to compete in the AAC. Here’s how.

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Even with UTSA opening a state of the art facility, winning 12 games, and being set to sign their best recruiting class in program history, the Roadrunners are still lagging behind their future peers in the American Athletic Conference in recruiting. At the time of this writing, UTSA's 2022 class is ranked 80th in the nation, the program's best ranking since a top 75 finish in 2017. While that's a good ranking for UTSA historically,...    
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