Updated 2013 Class Rankings

Florida held off some strong competition for the top spot in the updated 2013 top 25 class rankings. Memphis, Louisville, Duke and Arkansas close out the new top 5.

2013 Top Recruiting ClassesNotable Recruits / Scout Rankings
1 Florida

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Florida class: Florida's class of two top 10 prospects currently ranks No. 1 overall. Hill is a dynamic floor general, while Walker impacts the game with his athleticism and defense.
Kasey Hill (6)
Chris Walker (8)

2 Memphis

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Memphis class: Josh Pastner's group checks in at No. 2 overall. He scored two local standouts, plus a pair of top 100 prospects outside of the state. Great class for the Tigers
Nick King (19)
Kuran Iverson (33)
Rashawn Powell (85)
Markel Crawford

3 Louisville

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Louisville class: Rick Pitino's four-man class is strong and covers their needs. Gill, Jones & Rozier will boost their perimeter in a major way.
Anton Gill (27)
Chris Jones (JC)
Terry Rozier (81)
Akoy Agau

4 Duke

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Duke class: Duke's class on the perimeter is strong. A pair of recruits ranked in the 20's and each can help. Jones is a major three-point threat, while Ojeleye is an active and athletic wing.
Semi Ojeleye (23)
Matt Jones (28)

5 Arkansas

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Arkansas class: Over the past two years Portis has made advancements to his game. He's active, aggressive and one of the better rebounders in the class. Arkansas has a top 15 prospect committed.
Bobby Portis (14)
Moses Kingsley (51)

6 Kansas

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Kansas class: Bill Self is off to a great start in 2013. His future backcourt consists of Brannen Greene and Conner Frankamp. Both are lights out shooters from behind the three-point stripe.
Brannen Greene (29)
Conner Frankamp (45)

7 Michigan

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Michigan class: Derrick Walton, Zak Irvin and Mark Donnall are all top 100 prospects and players that can help John Beilein early in their careers. Walton and Irvin had huge July's and are getting better at just the right time.
Derrick Walton (44)
Zak Irvin (63)
Mark Donnall (81)

8 Marquette

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Marquette class: Marquette's three commitments all fit Buzz William's system and what he wants to do. Burton and McKay are dynamic athletes, while Wilson is a tremendous scorer.
Deonte Burton (53)
Duane Wilson (69)
Jameel McKay (JC)
John Dawson

9 N.C. State

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
N.C. State class: Mark Gottfried is reeling them in again. Off a strong class last year, he has a pair of top 100 recruits, including Barber, who is No. 10 overall.
Anthony Barber (10)
Kyle Washington (83)

10 North Carolina

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
North Carolina class: UNC has a nice one-two punch in their 2013 recruiting class. Hicks is an athlete that has developed his middle game, while Britt is a solid lead man that is making the move to Oak Hill this year.
Isaiah Hicks (18)
Nate Britt (68)


Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
UCLA class: LaVine is one of the best prospects on the West Coast. He's a newly minted five-star prospect. Freeman is a combo as well that can put up points in a hurry.
Zach Lavine (25)
Allerik Freeman (58)

12 Arizona

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Arizona class: Jefferson is the headliner here. A competitor and tough wing prospect, he'll likely start from day one. Pitts gives them a talented shooter from both mid to long range.
Rondae Jefferson (11)
Elliot Pitts

13 California

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
California class: California's perimeter will get a nice boost with the addition of five-star guard Jabari Bird and three-star shooter Jordan Matthews. Now the Cal is swinging for the fences with local standout Marcus Lee.
Jabari Bird (16)
Jordan Matthews

14 Tennessee

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Tennessee class: Hubbs was a major pull for Cuonzo Martin. He went south in the state and pulled out a five-star recruit. Throw in a pair of three-star recruits and it's a solid class.
Robert Hubbs (20)
A.J. Davis
Travon Landry

15 Illinois

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Illinois class: John Groce is attempting to keep some of the local recruits home. He kept Hill committed and picked up scrappy Chicago guard Nunn. Morgan can help provide post depth.
Kendrick Nunn (55)
Malcolm Hill (66)
Maverick Morgan

16 Purdue

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Purdue class: Matt Painter has a pair of top 100 recruits -- Kendall Stephens & Bryson Scott -- headed to campus next year. Toss in Basil Smotherman and it's a top 20 class.
Kendall Stephens (64)
Bryson Scott (86)
Basil Smotherman

17 BYU

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
BYU class: Eric Mika and Nick Emery are legit top 100 players and guys that will immediately impact BYU. Mika is a physical post player, while Emery is one of the best shooters in the 2013 class.
Eric Mika (70)
Nick Emery (88)
Braiden Shaw
Jakob Hartstock

18 Indiana

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Indiana class: Stan Robinson is the signature recruit in 2013 for Tom Crean, but Luke Fischer has some upside and at 6-10 will help IU in the post.
Stan Robinson (56)
Luke Fischer
Devin Davis
Colin Hartman

19 Syracuse

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Syracuse class: It's just one commit, but it's a very good one. Ennis is a five-star recruit that has a nice blend of creativty and shot making ability. The Canadien is ranked No. 21 overall.
Tyler Ennis (21)

20 Xavier

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Xavier class: If Thomas was in HS he'd be a five-star prospect. He's a tremendous scorer and could be a major difference maker from the perimeter for Xavier.
Chris Thomas (JUCO)

21 Iowa State

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Iowa State class: Fred Hoiberg is working on one of his best classes. Matt Thomas is arguably the top shooter in the country, while Monte Morris is a quality combo guard that can score it or create for teammates.
Matt Thomas (56)
Monte Morris (78)
Richard Armani (JC)

22 Ohio State

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Ohio State class: Loving and Williams are both top 100 prospects that can help OSU. Loving is a face up four-man with good length, while Williams is one of the best pound-for-pound scorers in the 2013 class.
Marc Loving (60)
Kameron Williams (89)

23 Notre Dame

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Notre Dame class: V.J. Beachem can help Notre Dame from the jump with his ability to shoot from long range, while Steve Vasturia is a veratile forward that is skilled and can shoot it. Both are top 100 prospects.
V.J. Beachem (62)
Steve Vasturia (88)

24 Alabama

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Alabama class: Alabama currently has a pair of top 100 post prospects. Taylor will need to add weight, but he's improved his offense, as has Hale, who will help at the PF spot.
Jimmie Taylor (61)
Shannon Hale (96)

25 Georgia Tech

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Georgia Tech class: With his brother Stacey Poole already at Georgia Tech, it shouldn't be a surprise to see his brother Solomon join him. An athlete, the younger Poole is a top 10 PG in the 2013 class.
Solomon Poole (34)
Quinton Stephens

HONORABLE MENTION: South Florida, Texas A&M, UNLV, Virginia, West Virginia.

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