's Initial Rankings: Who Got a Ratings Boost and Who Took a Hit

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RB Ty Isaac recently released their initial list of the top prospects of the 2013 recruiting class. Headlined by consensus number one overall prospect Robert Nkemdiche, Scout has named 35 early five-star prospects and 215 four-star prospects.

As senior seasons progress, Scout will update their rankings and go with their usual format of the their top fifty prospects ranked as five-star prospects and the rest of the prospects in their top 300 will be four-star prospects.

While they do have an early list, they are not the first to come out with a top list of the major recruiting sites. has released their top 250 prospect list and has a top 247 prospects list. The ESPN top 150 is typically the last rankings list released and is still under revision. There are still 300 prospects on their watch list of their coveted ESPNU top 150.

With the rankings out by, who rose and fell compared to other lists?

Some prospects shot up the overall list while some prospects fell very hard.

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