Recruiting Rankings Released today released their Class of 2006 Team Recruiting Rankings. See how Nebraska stacks up against the rest of the country.

With Nebraska having secured six commits so far for the 2006 Recruiting class, the numbers aren't huge, but the Huskers have been looking at quality over quantity, ranking amongst the top ten in the country in regard to the average ranking of each commit.

Don't take our word for it, though, see for yourself in the first team rankings for the class of 2006.

You can access's Team Rankings via the following web page: Team Rankings

The rankings are updated daily and several times daily as National Signing Day approaches. They can be sorted by numerous variables, including number of commits, five-star commitments, offensive and defensive commitments, among others. also ranks by conference and position. Historical team rankings also are available back to 2002.

Tennessee was declared No. 1 in recruiting by for 2005, while Southern Cal was No. 1 in 2004.

Georgia's early showing has propelled the Southeastern Conference to the top of the Conference Rankings, with Texas-led Big 12 second.

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