Sean Miller's recruiting success since he arrived at Arizona has been well documented. The past four years his recruiting class has been ranked in the top 5. That will continue this year. To date, the Wildcats have the best class in the countyr with three five-stars and a top 50 recruit. The scary thing is they are still in the hunt for five-star big men Stephen Zimmerman and Ivan Rabb.
It shouldn't be a surprise to see the Wildcats near the top of this list. Kentucky reeled in Labissiere and Briscoe the day after the signing period started and those pledges moved them up the list. They're primed to make a run at No. 1 in the spring … again.
With the addition of Elijah Thomas & Admon Gilder, Billy Kennedy has compiled his best recruiting class yet. Thomas & Tyler Davis are two of the best center prospects in the class, while D.J. Hogg and Admon Gilder can both fill it up from the perimeter. Things are rolling in College Station.
This is one of the better recruiting classes Rick Pitino has assembled. Both perimeter players -- Mitchel & Adel -- can help them from day one, while Spalding, a 6-10 big man, has tremendous upside and his best days are ahead.
Steve Wojciechowski and his staff got things off to a terrific start in Milwaukee. Ellenson -- a top 10 recruit -- gives them some star power out of the gate. Heldt has upside and the two guard commitments are versatile and can score. Great group for the Golden Eagles
Only three top 10 players have made decisions and Duke reeled in one of them -- Chase Jeter. At 6-10, he has a go-to hook and an improved offensive game. Kennard is a skilled guard that can heat up from three.
Lorenzo Romar's 2015 class is arguably Washington's best recruiting class in school history. They have four top 100 recruits on board, plus a pair of three-star prospects that can help. Romar and his staff have targeted recruits that fit their system and it's paid off.
Syracuse has four top 100 recruits on board in 2015. Richardson is a scorer, Howard is skilled & can pass, while Diagne is an active, energy guy and Lydon is a fluid runner and impressive athlete.
Dwayne Bacon gives Florida State some star power and is one of the better all around scorers in the 2015 class. Throw in Beasley who is wired up to get buckets, plus Mann and they have an impressive interior headed their way.
Last season Thad Matta added a stud perimeter player in D'Angelo Russell. He's adding another major perimeter threat in Grandstaff next season. Giddens adds shot blacking and toughness, while Harris brings speed and passing to the PG spot.
#11 Memphis Tigers
Dedric Lawson surprised many when he opted to reclassify up to the 2015 class. The move gives Memphis a pair of '15 commits. Both are long, lanky and versatily forwards that can score it. And they both happen to be brothers.
John Groce needed to upgrade his perimeter play and that's what he'll do with this class. Coleman is a knock down shooter from three, Williams is a 6-7 with his best days in front of him and Jordan can score it.
Deyonta Davis, a mobile and athletic forward, is the big name in this group, but McQuaid (a lights out long-range threat) and Ahrens will give their perimeter a boost. This class fills needs and will get on the court early in East Lansing.
#14 UCLA Bruins
Steve Alford has reeled in four five-star prospects and three four-star players since taking over at UCLA. Holiday and Ali can and will impact their program as freshman and they also have their sights set on Jaylen Brown, Carlton Bragg, Stephen Zimmerman and Brandon Ingram.
Jalen Adams is a perfect fit for Connecticut's system. A 6-3 scoring guard, Adams can put up points with the best of them in the 2015 class. He's skilled, can create his own shot opportunities and is capable of big scoring outings. Enoch is a talent in his own right and has major upside for a post player.
#16 USC Trojans
Andy Enfield has had success recruiting locally and that's certainly continuing with his 2015 class. Metu is an impressive PF prospect with mobility and athleticism, while Boatwright is one of the top shooters in the class.
With the addition of Brunson, Villanova has a top 20 class. Brunson is arguably the best PG in the class and has a tremendous feel for the game. Divincenzo is regarded as a four-star prospect and Delaney is known for his skill
From 2002 to 2014, Oregon State pulled in just two top 100 prospects. They currently have three in their 2015 recruiting class. Thompson is a wiry scorer. Tinkle is a combo forward with offensive ability. Eubanks is an emerging post prospect with upside, while Bruce is a wiry PG that keeps getting better.
#19 Auburn Tigers
From 2010 to 2014 Auburn reeled in two top 100 recruits. In a three day period, Bruce Pearl and Auburn secured a pair of top 100 recruits -- Danjel Purifoy and Horace Spencer. Williams sat out the summer with an injury, but he's a dynamic athlete.
#20 Florida Gators
The Gators are filling needs in 2015. Allen is an athletic guard with potential on defense and an improving shot. With Dickerson & Hayes, the Gators have a pair of post prospects that can help. Dickerson is skilled, while Hayes is a long, mobile and a good athlete. Stone brings length, versatility and scoring.
This three-man recruiting class is exactly what Buzz Williams needed to get the ball rolling at Virginia Tech. Clarke is a perfect fit for the Hokies with his athleticism and motor. Robinson is a true lead guard that can really pass, while Blackshear is a good area rebounder wtih some skill.
#22 LSU Tigers
LSU has the highest rated commitment in the 2015 class. Ben Simmons, who has had a longstanding relationship with LSU assistant David Patrick, is a dynamic 6-8 forward with impressive skill, feel and driving ability.
Key verbals: PF Ben Simmons (#2 )
Danny Manning's first class at Wake Forest will lay the foundation. He has two talented post players that are sure to get better under Manning's tutelage. Plus the Demon Deacons have their PG of the future in Crawford, who is fast, athletic and savvy.
#24 Texas Longhorns
The Longhorns have a pair of talented guards in the fold in 2015. Davis is a high-level scorer that is wired up to get points, while Roach is a good passer and a major threat from three.
#25 Georgetown Hoyas
John Thompson III needed size in 2015. Govan is a thick, but skilled post player, while Derrickson is a step out four-man that can really shoot the ball.
OTHERS: Baylor, Minnesota, Stanford, Oklahoma State, Wisconsin.