Ryan Day and co. have done an admirable job recruiting in the first full season of the new regime. I looked at the classes from 2016-2020 to get a sense of how the current class compares in top-end talent, and in taking some shots on lower end guys.
Short version: this class looks most like the 2016 class in length and strength. That class has had a pretty good run, so I will take it.
Looking at the 247 composite rankings, here is what we have:
|top 10 players||1||2||1||0||2|
|below top 300||8||1||5||8||8|
2017 and 2018 were genuinely insane classes. But comparing this class to 2016 seems like the right marker. And that is pretty darned good.