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College Football Recruiting Rankings – October 28, 2016

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College football recruiting rankings update as of October 28, 2016.


It’s never boring in recruiting. After two weeks of being atop the recruiting rankings, Bob Stoops’ Sooners have dipped to No. 3 after 4-star wide receiver Jalen Reagor flipped to TCU from Oklahoma. That came a day before 4-star wide receiver Omar Manning joined the Horned Frogs’ class as well, yet they’re still not ranked in the top 25 (No. 40).

As Oklahoma lost a commit, Alabama gained a big one from 4-star tight end Major Tennison, who, at one time, was committed to Charlie Strong’s Texas Longhorns.

Butch Jones’ Volunteers moved up one spot to No. 6, passing Georgia in the process when 4-star inside linebacker Will Ignont committed to Tennessee. While the Vols picked up a commit, their rival, Florida, received both good and bad news in less than 24 hours. Three-star running back Adarius Lemons decommitted from the Gators but could eventually rejoin the class after he passes his ACT. Hours after he backed off his pledge, 3-star running back Malik Davis committed to Florida. As a result, the Gators dropped back one spot to No. 12, falling behind No. 11 Florida State.

Louisville moved up one spot to No. 22 after it landed 4-star athlete Russ Yeast. Jim Harbaugh’s Wolverines jumped up from No. 10 to No. 8 when it flipped 3-star defensive end Kwity Paye from Boston College and landed 4-star defensive end Donovan Jeter, a former Notre Dame commit. Michigan could be lining up for another move up the rankings now that 4-star outside linebacker Willie Gay has decommitted from Ole Miss. Gay backed off his pledge following his official visit to Ann Arbor last weekend for the Wolverines’ 41-8 win over Illinois.

Plus, the Hawkeyes fell out of the top 25 when 4-star running back Eno Benjamin from Iowa.

Below are the current top 25 teams for the college football recruiting rankings.

College Football Recruiting Rankings

1. Alabama – 3,961 points – 22 commits (Last ranking: 3)
2. Ohio State – 3,858 – 17 commits (2)
3. Oklahoma – 3,739 – 21 commits (1)
4. Notre Dame – 3,176 – 18 commits (4)
5. LSU – 3,107 – 19 commits (5)
6. Tennessee – 3,092 – 25 commits (7)
7. Georgia- 3,023 – 15 commits (6)
8. Michigan – 2,842 – 19 commits (10)
9. Texas A&M – 2,694 – 22 commits (9)
10 Clemson – 2,660 – 14 commits (8)
11. Florida State – 2,363 – 13 commits (12)
12. Florida – 2,347 – 16 commits (11)
13. Maryland – 2,256 – 19 commits (15)
14. Miami (Fla.) – 2,232 – 18 commits (14)
15. Auburn – 2,217 – 13 commits (13)
16. Arizona – 2,158 – 27 commits (16)
17. Washington – 2,150 – 13 commits (17)
18. USC – 2,145 – 15 commits (18)
19. Michigan State – 2,084 – 16 commits (19)
20. South Carolina – 2,035 – 22 commits (20)
21. Mississippi State – 2,031 – 21 commits (21)
22. Louisville – 1,957 – 22 commits (23)
23. Nebraska – 1,936 – 15 commits (22)
24. Arkansas – 1,771 – 20 commits (NR)
25. Colorado – 1,761 – 20 commits (25)

Note: Scout rankings and ratings used in this article.

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