Recruit Rankings: '90 to '95

Recruiting pioneer Allen Wallace takes a walk down memory lane and reviews the top classes from 1986 to 1995. In this segment he looks back at the top recruiting classes of the early 1990s - 1990 through 1995.

Allen Wallace of SuperPrep and Scout takes a recruiting walk down memory lane to review the top prospect classes of 1986 to 1995. In this segment he looks at the early 1990s, from 1990 to 1995 and provides some of the bigger name players with some of those marquee classes.

Previously he reviewed the '86 to '89 top recruiting classes.

1990

1. Notre Dame (4th No. 1 class in a row; Jerome Bettis)
2. Florida State
3. Georgia
4. Texas A&M
5. Michigan
6. Ohio State
7. UCLA
8. USC
9. North Carolina (the Mack Brown days)
10.Nebraska
11.Miami
12.Oklahoma
13.Syracuse
14.Michigan State
15.Alabama
16.Stanford
17.Arkansas
18.Colorado
19.Penn State
20.Auburn
21.Virginia
22.West Virginia
23.Iowa
24.Pittsburgh
25.South Carolina

1991


1. Penn State (Ki-Jana Carter, Jeff Hartings, Marco Rivera)
2. Michigan
3. Florida State
4. Washington
5. Texas A&M
6. Alabama
7. Georgia
8. Colorado
9. Florida
10. USC
11. Texas
12. Tennessee
13. UCLA
14. Miami
15. Auburn
16. Notre Dame
17. Iowa
18. North Carolina
19. South Carolina
20. Illinois
21. Georgia Tech
22. Baylor
23. Stanford
24. Oklahoma
25. Kentucky

1992

1. Florida (Danny Wuerffel)
2. Miami
3. Colorado
4. Michigan
5. Texas A&M
6. Clemson
7. Notre Dame
8. Florida State
9. Texas
10. Oklahoma
11. Iowa
12. Ohio State
13. USC
14. Nebraska
15. Georgia
16. Alabama
17. LSU
18. Syracuse
19. UCLA
20. Stanford
21. Penn State
22. North Carolina
23. South Carolina
24. Washington
25. Tennessee

1993

1. Florida State (Warrick Dunn, Clarence Williams)
2. Notre Dame (Ron Powlus, Melvin Dansby, Randy Kinder)
3. Michigan (J.J. Brown, Trevor Pryce)
4. Tennessee (Travis Cozart, Jay Graham)
5. Alabama (Curtis Alexander, Freddie Kitchens)
6. Stanford (Scott Frost, Mike Mitchell)
7. Miami (Jammi German, James Burgess)
8. Florida (Terrence Foy, Elijah Williams)
9. Texas (Bryant Westbrook, Tre Thomas, Chris Carter)
10. Oklahoma (James Allen, Tyrell Peters)
11. Wisconsin
12. Syracuse
13. Georgia Tech
14. California
15. Baylor
16. Michigan State
17. Illinois
18. Nebraska
19. Georgia
20. Colorado
21. Maryland
22. ASU
23. Kentucky
24. Clemson
25. Arkansas

* Penn State was ranked No. 35.

1994

1. Tennessee
2. USC
3. Florida State
4. Michigan
5. Miami
6. Alabama
7. Notre Dame
8. Georgia
9. Ohio State
10. Boston College
11. North Carolina
12. Penn State
13. Stanford
14. Florida
15. Colorado
16. Clemson
17. Texas A&M
18. Iowa
19. Oklahoma
20. Nebraska
21 California
22. Georgia Tech
23. Baylor
24. Illinois
25. Texas

1995

1. Notre Dame
2. Florida State (Peter Warrick)
3. Florida (Jevon Kearse)
4. Texas A&M (D'Andre Hardeman)
5. Auburn (Takeo Spikes)
6. Penn State (Brandon Short)
7. Michigan (under-recruited Tom Brady)
8. Nebraska (Ahman Green)
9. USC (Daylon McCutcheon)
10. Colorado (Clyde Sanders)
11. Clemson
12. Alabama
13. North Carolina
14. Wisconsin
15. Illinois
16. Miami
17. UCLA
18. Tennessee
19. Boston College
20. Texas
21. Iowa
22. Georgia
23. Washington
24. Syracuse
25. Georgia Tech

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