Updated 2013 Class Rankings

UTEP is the biggest mover in the updated 2013 class rankings, as they move into the rankings for the first time with two major pulls during signing week.

2013 Top Recruiting ClassesNotable Recruits / Scout Rankings
1 Kentucky

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Kentucky class: John Calipari is on pace for yet another No. 1 recruiting class. He currently has three top 10 prospects locked up, but they aren't done and are still involved with Wiggins, Randle & Gordon.
Andrew Harrison (3)
Aaron Harrison (4)
James Young (10)
Marcus Lee (40)
Derek Willis
2 Kansas

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Kansas class: Bill Self is bringing in quite the backcourt in the 2013 class. This group will help them on the perimeter and the class is full of guys that can make shots.Throw in Embiid, an emerging big man, and this is a terrific class.
Wayne Selden (14)
Brannen Greene (31)
Conner Frankamp (47)
Joel Embiid
Frank Mason
3 Indiana

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Indiana class: Indiana's class changed this past weekend when they picked up top 10 recruit Noah Vonleh. Adding him to a class with four other four-star prospects is a big deal. Tom Crean is recruiting at a high level at IU.
Noah Vonleh (8)
Troy Williams (43)
Stan Robinson (59)
Luke Fischer
Devin Davis
Colin Hartman
4 Memphis

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Memphis class: Josh Pastner is building a strong fence around Memphis. King, Nichols & Crawford are all Memphis native. He has four top 100 recruits and is collecting impressive talent.
Nick King (21)
Kuran Iverson (35)
Austin Nichols (50)
Rashawn Powell (87)
Markel Crawford
5 Florida

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Florida class: Two top ten recruits are headed to Gainesville. The AAU teammates will make quote the inside/outside duo in college.
Kasey Hill (7)
Chris Walker (9)


Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
LSU class: Johnny Jones isn't wasting much time in Baton Rouge. This is a great class that will boost their front line. Martin is a difference maker and should help from day one.
Jarell Martin (13)
Jordan Mickey (36)
Tim Quarterman (82)
John Odoh
Deng Deng
7 Marquette

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Marquette class: Buzz Williams has three top 100 prospects and an elite level Junior College recruit on board. He's adding some impressive athletes and this class will really help them on the perimeter.
Jajuan Johnson (34)
Deonte Burton (55)
Duane Wilson (71)
Jameel McKay (JC)
John Dawson
8 N.C. State

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
N.C. State class: Mark Gottfried has had instant success on the recruiting trail. He pulled a pair of five-stars last year, this year he has one in Barber and a pair of top 100 post prospects that can help them.
Anthony Barber (11)
BeeJay Anya (45)
Kyle Washington (85)

9 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 (29)
Chris Jones (JC)
Terry Rozier (83)
Akoy Agau

10 North Carolina

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
North Carolina class: With the recent addition of Meeks, Carolina has a nice post tandem in 2013 and two guys that complement each other well. Toss in a solid lead guard in Britt and the Heels have a nice group headed to Chapel Hill.
Isaiah Hicks (20)
Kennedy Meeks (32)
Nate Britt (70)

11 Duke

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Duke class: Duke's class on the perimeter is strong. A pair of recruits ranked among the top 30 and each can help. Jones is a major three-point threat, while Ojeleye is an active and athletic wing.
Semi Ojeleye (25)
Matt Jones (30)

12 Syracuse

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Syracuse class: Syracuse received good signing week news when Roberson committ to them. That gives them a pair of top 50 recruits and a trio of three-star prospects.
Tyler Ennis (21)
Tyler Roberson (49)
Ron Patterson
Chinoso Obokoh
B.J. Johnson
13 Notre Dame

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Notre Dame class: Jackson is the crown jewel of Notre Dame's class. N.D. fought off some powers to keep him home. Beachem and Vasturia are guys that will help them. Both are capable of making shots at a high level.
Demetrius Jackson (24)
V.J. Beachem (64)
Steve Vasturia (90)
Austin Torres

14 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 (16)
Moses Kingsley (53)

15 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 (46)
Zak Irvin (65)
Mark Donnall (83)


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 (27)
Allerik Freeman (60)
Noah Allen

17 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

18 Illinois

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Illinois class: John Groce and his staff have focused on the state of Illinois. Nunn and Hill are very good pick ups that should impact their team early on.
Kendrick Nunn (57)
Malcolm Hill (68)
Austin Colbert
Jaylon Tate
Maverick Morgan
19 California

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
California class: Bird's commitment was massive for Cal. He's one of the better scoresr in the 2013 class and is a legacy. Matthews is a shooter and Singer will impress with his skill.
Jabari Bird (16)
Jordan Matthews
Sam Singer

20 Tennessee

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Tennessee class: Last year Cuonzo Martin kept Jarnell Stokes in the state, this year it's Hubbs. He's one of the best wings in the country and will provide them with a nice scoring punch.
Robert Hubbs (20)
A.J. Davis
Travon Landry


Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
UTEP class: UTEP is arguably the biggest surprise class. During signing week, the Miners managed to score a five-star recruit and a four-star prospect, giving them a top 25 overall class.
Isaac Hamilton (28)
Vince Hunter (100)
Andre Spight

22 Baylor

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
Baylor class: When motivated, Woodson is quite the low post scorer. He's a top 50 recurit. Wainright is an impressive athlete that makes winning plays. Solid class for Scott Drew.
Dominic Woodson (41)
Ishmail Wainright (51)
Jonathan Motley

23 South Carolina

Evan Daniels' Class Notes:
South Carolina class: Keeping Thornwell home was a major deal for Frank Martin. He's an impressive scorer that can get buckets in a variety of ways.
Sindarius Thornwell (24)
Desmond Ringer

24 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 25 class.
Kendall Stephens (66)
Bryson Scott (88)
Basil Smotherman

25 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 (81)
Braiden Shaw
Jakob Hartstock

HONORABLE MENTION: Alabama, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Iowa State, Manhattan, Maryland, Missouri, Ohio State, Pittsburgh, Villanova, Washington, West Virginia.

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