College Football Recruiting Rankings – March 12, 2017

    College football recruiting rankings update as of March 12, 2017. The Penn State Nittany Lions continue to shine atop the 2018 recruiting class rankings while Georgia fell out of the top 25.

    March 12, 2017

    College football recruiting rankings update as of March 12, 2017. The Penn State Nittany Lions continue to shine atop the 2018 recruiting class rankings while Georgia fell out of the top 25.


    This week’s look at the 2018 recruiting class rankings is missing Georgia for the first time in awhile, as the Bulldogs fell from No. 13 to No. 27 when they lost a commitment from 4-star offensive tackle Max Wray. He decommitted on Friday and left Kirby Smart’s team with only two total commits.

    Georgia won’t be down for long, though. The Bulldogs have already had 5-star defensive end Micah Parsons on campus this year, but the Penn State commit has also visited Ohio State. The Buckeyes appear to be the biggest threat at flipping Parsons from the Nittany Lions, who still remain at No. 1 in the class rankings.

    Ohio State and Penn State are the only Big Ten teams inside the top 10 right now, but Michigan is knocking on the door at No. 11. The Wolverines watched 4-star offensive guard Jalil Irvin, who was once committed to Michigan, give his pledge to Auburn last week. But Jim Harbaugh’s team did land in the top five for 4-star wide receiver Dyami Brown, so adding him to the mix would help the Wolverines crack the top 10.

    Below are the current top 25 teams for the college football recruiting rankings.

    College Football Recruiting Rankings

    1. Penn State – 1,560 points – 11 commits
    2. Miami – 1,527 – 13 commits
    3. Notre Dame – 1,408 – 10 commits
    4. USC – 1,180 – 5 commits
    5. LSU – 992 – 9 commits
    6. Clemson – 868 – 5 commits
    7. Florida State- 817 – 7 commits
    8. Ohio State – 805 – 4 commits
    9. Texas A&M – 675 – 6 commits
    10 Oklahoma – 590 –  4 commits
    11. Michigan – 515 – 3 commits
    12. Kansas – 472 – 5 commits
    13. Washington – 443 – 3 commits
    14. Nebraska – 430 – 3 commits
    15. Alabama – 404 – 3 commits
    16. Michigan State – 393 – 4 commits
    17. BYU – 380 – 8 commits
    18. Tennessee – 351 – 2 commits
    19. Arkansas – 340 – 2 commits
    20. TCU – 309 – 4 commits
    21. Northwestern – 304 – 5 commits
    T-22. Auburn – 268 – 3 commits
    T-22. Cal – 268 – 2 commits
    T-22. Oklahoma State – 268 – 4 commits
    25. Texas Tech – 264 – 4 commits

    Note: Scout rankings and ratings used in this article.

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