Bleacher Report's Early Top 25 Recruiting Class Rankings for 2014

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Bleacher Report's Early Top 25 Recruiting Class Rankings for 2014
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A major powerhouse is back on top as "the leader and the best," and an SEC program with a new coach just may surprise some people with its lofty ranking.

The state of Texas is represented well throughout the rankings (especially at the top), Miami is poised to make a huge splash and Alabama is only ranked No. 5?

Two dominant basketball schools, Duke and Kentucky, also made the Top 25.

In regard to Bleacher Report's early Top 25 rankings, there's plenty to discuss.

Do you need to hear more in order to be intrigued?

Didn't think so.

 

Note: All information, star rankings, interest lists and position rankings courtesy of 247Sports.com and the 247Sports composite rankings unless otherwise noted. Both total number of recruits and star rankings were factored into Bleacher Report's class rankings. 

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