College Football Recruiting Rankings – March 19, 2017

    College football recruiting rankings update as of March 19, 2017. The Washington Huskies added another 4-star wide receiver to climb into the top 10 of the 2018 recruiting class rankings.

    March 19, 2017

    College football recruiting rankings update as of March 19, 2017. The Washington Huskies added another 4-star wide receiver to climb into the top 10 of the 2018 recruiting class rankings.


    While the majority of the top five remained the same, there was some change when Ed Orgeron’s Tigers picked up a commitment from 4-star offensive lineman Chasen Hines. His pledge pushed LSU ahead of USC and into the No. 4 spot. Right behind the Trojans are Dabo Swinney’s Clemson Tigers

    Right behind the Trojans are Dabo Swinney’s Clemson Tigers. They picked up 4-star defensive end Justin Mascoll, who chose Clemson despite holding offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Miami and others.

    While one Pac-12 team fell in the rankings, another Pac-12 power jumped up. Washington picked up another 4-star wide receiver out of California when Marquis Spiker committed to the Huskies on Friday.

    Just outside the top 25 is Baylor, who picked up a commitment from 3-star offensive tackle Casey Phillips. His pledge bumped the Bears up to No. 30 in the rankings.

    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 – 1,448 – 11 commits
    4. LSU – 1,202 – 11 commits
    5. USC – 1,180 – 5 commits
    6. Clemson – 1,020 – 6 commits
    7. Florida State- 817 – 7 commits
    8. Ohio State – 805 – 4 commits
    9. Washington – 795 – 5 commits
    10 Texas A&M – 675 –  6 commits
    11. Arkansas – 605 – 4 commits
    12. Oklahoma – 590 – 4 commits
    13. Michigan – 515 – 3 commits
    14. Kansas – 472 – 5 commits
    15. Nebraska – 430 – 3 commits
    16. Alabama – 404 – 3 commits
    17. Michigan State – 393 – 4 commits
    18. BYU – 380 – 8 commits
    19. Tennessee – 351 – 2 commits
    20. Duke – 319 – 5 commits
    21. TCU – 309 – 4 commits
    22. Northwestern – 304 – 5 commits
    23. Wisconsin – 280 – 7 commits
    T-24. Auburn – 268 – 3 commits
    T-24. California – 268 – 2 commits

    Note: Scout rankings and ratings used in this article.

    MORE: 3-Star OT Casey Phillips Announces College Commitment

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