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Here Are The Current Top 10 2018 Recruiting Classes

These schools have down the most heading into the end of summer.

The recruitment of the 2018 class began even before the Signing Day 2017. However, the end of spring/beginning of summer is when things really start to heat up.

A number of elite recruits have made decisions in recent weeks. As each commitment rolls in, the team recruiting rankings change.

Here are the top 10 recruiting classes, as of now. A lot of the usual suspects are on here, as you might have guessed.

This list is according to 247Sports' Composite Rankings.

  1. Ohio State (15 total commits, 2 five-stars, 12 four-stars)
  2. Miami (19 total commits, 1 five-star, 12 four-stars)
  3. Penn State (20 total commits, 10 four-stars)
  4. Tennessee (17 total commits, 1 five-star, 7 four-stars)
  5. LSU (20 total commits, 8 four-stars)
  6. Texas (12 total commits, 1 five-star, 8 four-stars)
  7. Oregon (15 total commits, 9 four-stars)
  8. Oklahoma (15 total commits, 1 five-star, 3 four-stars)
  9. Clemson (11 total commits, 2 five-star, 5 four-stars)
  10. Florida State (13 total commits, 7 four-stars)

There you have it. This list will continue to change, and we expect some big-name programs (looking at you Alabama and Michigan) to jump into their usual spots in the top 10 as classes begin to fill out.