More than midway through February, there are only a couple highly-ranked players that are still uncommitted in the 2011 class. Therefore, it is as a good a time as ever to rank the top college basketball recruiting classes of 2011
The coaching staffs of the universities on this list have done tremendous jobs of bringing some of the top prep talent to their respective programs.
In these rankings, I will list the recruits for each school and what impact you can expect from them next season.
Remember that these rankings don't guarantee future success and there will be many underrated recruits who will make a big impact on the college level.
For example, two of the top players in the nation this season, BYU's Jimmer Fredette and Arizona's Derrick Williams, were both 3-star recruits coming out of high school.
With all that said, there is a good chance that many of the recruits mentioned in these rankings will turn out to be impact players in college basketball.
Note: Almost all individual recruiting rankings on this list come from espn.com.
Update: Karron Johnson is no longer committed to Oklahoma State, meaning the Cowboys are out of the top 20 recruiting classes of 2011. Florida now takes over the 20th spot.