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Division I Top 32 Recruiting Classes

1. Florida: 6 recruits, 1051 points, SEC
2. Oregon: 5 recruits, 1001 points, PAC 10
3. Duke: 6 recruits, 989 points, ACC
4. Syracuse: 4 recruits, 970 points, Big East
5. Georgia Tech: 3 recruits, 940 points, ACC
6. Stanford: 2 recruits, 917 points, PAC 10
7. Kentucky: 4 recruits, 905 points, SEC
8. Memphis: 4 recruits, 886 points, Conference USA
9. Connecticut: 3 recruits, 882 points, Big East
10. UNC: 3 recruits, 882 points, ACC
11. Michigan St.: 3 recruits, 880 points, Big Ten
12. Arizona: 3 recruits, 873 points, PAC 10
13. UCLA: 7 recruits, 867 points, PAC 10
14. Tulsa: 5 recruits, 856 points, Conference USA
15. William and Mary: 5 recruits, 855 points, Colonial Athletic Association
16. Florida Int.: 6 recruits, 853 points, Sun Belt
17. Boston College: 2 recruits, 846 points, ACC
18. BYU: 6 recruits, 845 points, Mountain West
19. Colorado: 3 recruits, 834 points, Big 12
20. Louisiana St.: 4 recruits, 829 points, SEC
21. St. Louis: 4 recruits, 823 points, Atlantic 10
22. Tennessee: 6 recruits, 821 points, SEC
23. Georgia: 3 recruits, 820 points, SEC
24. Texas A&M: 2 recruits, 813 points, Big 12
25. Purdue: 6 recruits, 812 points, Big Ten
26. Hampton: 3 recruits, 809 points, Mid-Eastern
27. St. Johns: 2 recruits, 807 points, Big East
28. Illinois: 3 recruits, 807 points, Big Ten
29. Mississippi St.: 4 recruits, 804 points, SEC
30. Pennsylvania: 4 recruits, 804 points, Ivy League
31. Wake Forest: 3 recruits, 803 points, ACC
32. Virginia: 2 recruits, 801 points, ACC

Division I Recruiting Class Rankings By Conference

1. SEC: 39 recruits, 776 points
2. ACC: 35 recruits, 733 points
3. PAC 10: 36 recruits, 713 points
4. Big 12: 30 recruits, 703 points
5. Big East: 25 recruits, 647 points
6. Big Ten: 34 recruits, 641 points
7. Conference USA: 30 recruits, 594 points
8. Atlantic 10: 26 recruits, 593 points
9. Missouri Valley: 35 recruits, 587 points
10. Sun Belt: 45 recruits, 581 points
11. Horizon: 31 recruits, 580 points
12. Mountain West: 37 recruits, 578 points
13. Northeast: 37 recruits, 540 points
14. Southern: 55 recruits, 539 points
15. Metro-Atlantic: 38 recruits, 524 points
16. Southland: 34 recruits, 516 points
17. Summit League: 27 recruits, 511 points
18. Ohio Valley: 42 recruits, 506 points
19. Colonial Athletic Association: 32 recruits, 500 points
20. Big Sky: 33 recruits, 498 points
21. Mid-Eastern: 28 recruits, 498 points
22. MAC: 36 recruits, 490 points
23. Ivy League: 29 recruits, 482 points
24. Big South: 25 recruits, 470 points
25. Patriot League: 30 recruits, 468 points
26. Big West: 36 recruits, 398 points
27. WCC: 17 recruits, 395 points

Division II Top 32 Recruiting Classes

1. LIU, CW Post: 6 recruits, 496 points, East Coast Conference
2. Grand Canyon: 6 recruits, 488 points, California Collegiate Athletic Association
3. California, San Diego: 3 recruits, 486 points, California Collegiate Athletic Association
4. Wisconsin, Parkside: 4 recruits, 485 points, Great Lakes Valley Conference
5. Minnesota St., Moorhead: 1 recruits, 483 points, Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference
6. Augusta St.: 4 recruits, 479 points, Peach Belt Conference
7. Central Arkansas: 3 recruits, 475 points, Gulf South Conference
8. Concord: 4 recruits, 473 points, West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
9. CSU, Los Angeles: 4 recruits, 472 points, California Collegiate Athletic Association
10. Central Missouri: 5 recruits, 471 points, Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association
11. U. of Indianapolis: 5 recruits, 469 points, Great Lakes Valley Conference
12. W. Virginia St.: 5 recruits, 469 points, West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
13. Molloy: 4 recruits, 469 points, East Coast Conference
14. Mercyhurst: 5 recruits, 468 points, Great Lakes Valley Conference
15. Arkansas Tech: 3 recruits, 467 points, Gulf South Conference
16. Oakland City: 6 recruits, 466 points, North Central Intercollegiate Athletic
17. Texas A&M, Kingsville: 6 recruits, 466 points, Lone Star Conference
18. W. New Mexico: 4 recruits, 465 points, Great Northwest Athletic Conference
19. Holy Family: 4 recruits, 460 points, Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference
20. St. Leo: 4 recruits, 455 points, Sunshine State Conference
21. Kentucky St.: 4 recruits, 453 points, Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
22. N. Carolina Central: 3 recruits, 452 points, Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association
23. Nyack: 1 recruits, 452 points, Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference
24. Missouri S&T: 5 recruits, 451 points, Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association
25. Northeastern St.: 5 recruits, 451 points, Lone Star Conference
26. Seattle Pacific: 5 recruits, 446 points, Great Northwest Athletic Conference
27. Colorado St., Pueblo: 8 recruits, 445 points, Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference
28. N. Michigan: 4 recruits, 444 points, Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
29. Slippery Rock: 2 recruits, 444 points, North American Athletic Association
30. Harding: 4 recruits, 442 points, Gulf South Conference
31. N. Florida: 4 recruits, 440 points, Peach Belt Conference
32. Bluefield St.: 3 recruits, 439 points, West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference

Division II Recruiting Class Rankings By Conference

1. California Collegiate Athletic Association: 38 recruits, 412 points
2. Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association: 38 recruits, 388 points
3. Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference: 32 recruits, 384 points
4. Great Northwest Athletic Conference: 46 recruits, 381 points
5. East Coast Conference: 39 recruits, 381 points
6. Northeast-10 Conference: 39 recruits, 379 points
7. North American Athletic Association: 35 recruits, 377 points
8. Lone Star Conference: 47 recruits, 373 points
9. Great Lakes Valley Conference: 35 recruits, 372 points
10. South Atlantic Conference: 27 recruits, 366 points
11. Sunshine State Conference: 32 recruits, 364 points
12. Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference: 37 recruits, 362 points
13. Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: 40 recruits, 355 points
14. West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: 35 recruits, 345 points
15. Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference: 45 recruits, 344 points
16. Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference: 30 recruits, 336 points
17. North Central Intercollegiate Athletic: 33 recruits, 329 points
18. Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association: 32 recruits, 327 points
19. Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: 32 recruits, 327 points
20. Gulf South Conference: 26 recruits, 321 points
21. Heartland Conference: 26 recruits, 316 points
22. Carolinas-Virginia Athletic Conference: 31 recruits, 305 points
23. Peach Belt Conference: 27 recruits, 304 points

Division III Top 32 Recruiting Classes

1. Hardin-Simmons: 5 recruits, 454 points, American Southwest Conference
2. Rutgers at Newark: 8 recruits, 453 points, New Jersey Athletic Conference
3. La Verne: 3 recruits, 437 points, Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic
4. Washington (MO): 6 recruits, 437 points, Upstate Collegiate Athletic Conference
5. Skidmore: 4 recruits, 414 points, Upstate Collegiate Athletic Conference
6. Rhodes: 4 recruits, 401 points, University Athletic Association
7. Bridgewater: 6 recruits, 399 points, Old Dominion Athletic Conference
8. Millikin: 6 recruits, 387 points, College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin
9. Chestnut Hill: 4 recruits, 387 points, Capital Athletic Conference
10. Rowan: 4 recruits, 384 points, New Jersey Athletic Conference
11. Brandeis: 6 recruits, 383 points, Upstate Collegiate Athletic Conference
12. Occidental: 4 recruits, 383 points, Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic
13. Schreiner: 8 recruits, 381 points, American Southwest Conference
14. Mt. St. Vincent: 6 recruits, 380 points, Skyline Conference
15. U. of New England: 7 recruits, 378 points, Commonwealth Coast Conference
16. Marietta: 4 recruits, 377 points, Ohio Athletic Conference
17. LeTourneau: 5 recruits, 374 points, American Southwest Conference
18. N. Park: 5 recruits, 374 points, College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin
19. Hendrix: 4 recruits, 373 points, University Athletic Association
20. Lakeland: 5 recruits, 372 points, Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
21. SUNY Potsdam: 3 recruits, 371 points, State University of New York Athletic Conference
22. Dallas: 5 recruits, 371 points, University Athletic Association
23. Hiram: 6 recruits, 370 points, North Coast Athletic Conference
24. Marian: 5 recruits, 368 points, Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association
25. Palm Beach Atlantic: 3 recruits, 367 points, USA South Athletic Conference
26. Pomona-Pitzer: 5 recruits, 366 points, Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic
27. Texas Lutheran: 4 recruits, 366 points, American Southwest Conference
28. St. Joseph's (NY): 8 recruits, 365 points, Skyline Conference
29. California, Santa Cruz: 3 recruits, 364 points, Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic
30. Willamette: 8 recruits, 364 points, Northwest Conference
31. Texas, Tyler: 4 recruits, 363 points, Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic
32. Colorado: 4 recruits, 363 points, Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic

Division III Recruiting Class Rankings By Conference

1. American Southwest Conference: 49 recruits, 333 points
2. Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic: 37 recruits, 330 points
3. USA South Athletic Conference: 39 recruits, 317 points
4. University Athletic Association: 36 recruits, 316 points
5. Upstate Collegiate Athletic Conference: 41 recruits, 315 points
6. Old Dominion Athletic Conference: 37 recruits, 311 points
7. Pennsylvania Athletic Conference: 35 recruits, 295 points
8. New Jersey Athletic Conference: 43 recruits, 292 points
9. Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: 40 recruits, 281 points
10. Great Northeast Athletic Conference: 41 recruits, 281 points
11. Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: 29 recruits, 279 points
12. Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference: 32 recruits, 273 points
13. Midwest Conference: 33 recruits, 273 points
14. Commonwealth Coast Conference: 39 recruits, 272 points
15. Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association: 30 recruits, 270 points
16. Ohio Athletic Conference: 36 recruits, 267 points
17. Northwest Conference: 36 recruits, 259 points
18. State University of New York Athletic Conference: 33 recruits, 258 points
19. North Coast Athletic Conference: 32 recruits, 254 points
20. Capital Athletic Conference: 34 recruits, 253 points
21. Skyline Conference: 38 recruits, 253 points
22. College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin: 30 recruits, 249 points
23. Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: 29 recruits, 245 points
24. North Atlantic Conference: 30 recruits, 235 points
25. Centennial Conference: 25 recruits, 234 points
26. City University of New York Athletic Conference: 29 recruits, 229 points
27. New England Small College Athletic Conference: 28 recruits, 227 points
28. Empire 8: 25 recruits, 227 points
29. Commonwealth Conference: 24 recruits, 227 points
30. St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: 29 recruits, 226 points
31. Freedom Conference: 24 recruits, 224 points
32. Little East Conference: 25 recruits, 203 points
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