College Football Class Rankings 2013

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College Football Class Rankings 2013
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Michigan is setting the early pace on the recruiting rankings. With 21 commits, including 11 from the ESPN 150 and 16 four-star prospects, the Wolverines claim the top spot in the initial Top 25 class rankings. The first class rankings show the different approaches of the different programs. Some, such as Michigan, Georgia, Texas, Texas A&M and Florida, have a high number of commits (and obviously a high number of quality commits based on their rankings), while others such as Oregon, Stanford and USC are a little slower in filling their classes for a variety of reasons...

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