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Full 2013 composite recruiting rankings

Written by thomasgoldkamp, April 17, 2012, 0 Comments,
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ESPNU released the first edition of its 150 top prospects in the 2013 football recruiting class on Tuesday afternoon, the fourth major service to do so. With the ESPNU 150 in hand, GatorCountry.com has completed its first full 2013 composite recruiting ranking.

All four major services’ rankings are included in this update, which is the most comprehensive to date. Today we look at the changes to our composite ranking with the addition of the ESPNU 150 and updates to the Scout 300 and 247Sports Top 247.

Florida now boasts 12 commitments in the composite ranking, with 10 of them being ranked in this update. Running back Adam Lane and offensive lineman Cameron Dillard fell to the “Not Ranked” category after being on the ESPNU Watch List but failing to make it into the ESPNU 150.

Those 12 commitments put Florida second nationally behind only Michigan (16) and tied with Texas (12).

The Gators have the most commitments in the SEC in the composite ranking, followed by Alabama (11), Texas A&M (11), Georgia (7), Auburn (5), LSU (5), Missouri (3), Tennessee (3), Vanderbilt (2), Ole Miss (1) and South Carolina (1).

Florida State has five commitments in the composite ranking, while Miami has four.

Meanwhile, of Florida’s 12 commitments in the composite ranking, three currently rank in the GC Composite 100. That’s good enough for fifth nationally, with only Michigan (6), Alabama (5), Penn State (4) and USC (4) having more commitments ranked in the GC Composite 100.

Georgia and Auburn are the only other SEC teams with multiple commitments ranked in the GC Composite 100, with three and two, respectively.

Florida’s commitments are ranked as follows, with movement from the previous ranking in parentheses.

34. LB Daniel McMillian (+27)

39. RB Kelvin Taylor (+6)

47. WR Ahmad Fulwood (-10)

112. DB Nick Washington (-15)

138. DT Caleb Brantley (-1)

206. LB Quinton Powell (+5)

220. LB James Hearns (-13)

221. DB Keanu Neal (+160)

245. WR Rodney Adams (-8)

248. OL Joshua Outlaw (+4)

NR. RB Adam Lane (-134)

NR. OL Cameron Dillard (-134)

Florida also has three commitments who have not yet been ranked in the composite ranking during this recruiting cycle. They are listed below:

OL Rod Johnson

LB Dillan Lawson

DB Tre Bell

You can find our first complete 2013 composite ranking at the link below. We’ve also included tables breaking down the composite ranking below.

Link: GatorCountry.com Composite Rankings

Below you can find a table that shows the schools currently with the most commitments in the updated 2013 composite ranking. The second table shows the schools with the most commitments in the Top 100 of the 2013 composite ranking.

Most commitments in GC Composite Rankings
School Commitments
Michigan 16
Florida 12
Texas 12
Alabama 11
Texas A&M 11
Notre Dame 9
Ohio State 8
Georgia 7
Penn State 6
Auburn 5
Florida State 5
LSU 5
UCLA 5
Miami 4
Nebraska 4
USC 4

Most commitments in GC Composite 100
School Commitments
Michigan 6
Alabama 5
Penn State 4
USC 4
Florida 3
Georgia 3
Ohio State 3
Oklahoma 3
Auburn 2
Stanford 2
Texas A&M 2

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ESPNU released the first edition of its 150 top prospects in the 2013 football recruiting class on Tuesday afternoon, the fourth major service to do so. With the ESPNU 150 in hand, GatorCountry.com has completed its first full 2013 composite recruiting ranking.

All four major services’ rankings are included in this update, which is the most comprehensive to date. Today we look at the changes to our composite ranking with the addition of the ESPNU 150 and updates to the Scout 300 and 247Sports Top 247.

Florida now boasts 12 commitments in the composite ranking, with 10 of them being ranked in this update. Running back Adam Lane and offensive lineman Cameron Dillard fell to the “Not Ranked” category after being on the ESPNU Watch List but failing to make it into the ESPNU 150.

Those 12 commitments put Florida second nationally behind only Michigan (16) and tied with Texas (12).

The Gators have the most commitments in the SEC in the composite ranking, followed by Alabama (11), Texas A&M (11), Georgia (7), Auburn (5), LSU (5), Missouri (3), Tennessee (3), Vanderbilt (2), Ole Miss (1) and South Carolina (1).

Florida State has five commitments in the composite ranking, while Miami has four.

Meanwhile, of Florida’s 12 commitments in the composite ranking, three currently rank in the GC Composite 100. That’s good enough for fifth nationally, with only Michigan (6), Alabama (5), Penn State (4) and USC (4) having more commitments ranked in the GC Composite 100.

Georgia and Auburn are the only other SEC teams with multiple commitments ranked in the GC Composite 100, with three and two, respectively.

Florida’s commitments are ranked as follows, with movement from the previous ranking in parentheses.

34. LB Daniel McMillian (+27)

39. RB Kelvin Taylor (+6)

47. WR Ahmad Fulwood (-10)

112. DB Nick Washington (-15)

138. DT Caleb Brantley (-1)

206. LB Quinton Powell (+5)

220. LB James Hearns (-13)

221. DB Keanu Neal (+160)

245. WR Rodney Adams (-8)

248. OL Joshua Outlaw (+4)

NR. RB Adam Lane (-134)

NR. OL Cameron Dillard (-134)

Florida also has three commitments who have not yet been ranked in the composite ranking during this recruiting cycle. They are listed below:

OL Rod Johnson

LB Dillan Lawson

DB Tre Bell

You can find our first complete 2013 composite ranking at the link below. We’ve also included tables breaking down the composite ranking below.

Link: GatorCountry.com Composite Rankings

Below you can find a table that shows the schools currently with the most commitments in the updated 2013 composite ranking. The second table shows the schools with the most commitments in the Top 100 of the 2013 composite ranking.

Most commitments in GC Composite Rankings
School Commitments
Michigan 16
Florida 12
Texas 12
Alabama 11
Texas A&M 11
Notre Dame 9
Ohio State 8
Georgia 7
Penn State 6
Auburn 5
Florida State 5
LSU 5
UCLA 5
Miami 4
Nebraska 4
USC 4

Most commitments in GC Composite 100
School Commitments
Michigan 6
Alabama 5
Penn State 4
USC 4
Florida 3
Georgia 3
Ohio State 3
Oklahoma 3
Auburn 2
Stanford 2
Texas A&M 2

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