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Ranking the recruiting classes following the 2013 high school All-America games


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Team Highlight cornerback Vernon Hargreaves II (24) and Team Nitro linebacker Reuben Foster (2) hold the trophy after they won MVP with head coach Herm Edwards (second from left) and Steve Mariucci (second from right) after the game at the Under Armour All-America high school Game at Tropicana Field. Team Highlight defeated the Team Nitro 16-3. (Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports)

Now that the 2013 high school showcase games are in the rearview mirror, we re-examine the nation’s top recruiting classes. Bleacher Report ranks each of the top 25 schools in terms of incoming 2013 talent, and we will list a few of the headliners heading into those programs.

[Related >> Where does your team rank in our early 2013 top 25 rankings?]

25. Mississippi State Bulldogs — Chris Jones, DE; Jake Thomas, OL; Corey Smith, WR

24. Oklahoma State Cowboys — Sam Wren, DL (JUCO); Corion Webster, RB, Marcell Ateman, WR

23. Baylor Bears — Brian Nance, OLB; Robbie Rhodes, WR; Quan Jones, WR

22. South Carolina Gamecocks — Connor Mitch, QB; Geral Turner, ILB; Alfy Hill, DE

21. Nebraska Cornhuskers — Randy Gregory, DE; Johnny Stanton, QB; Adam Taylor, RB

20. Ole Miss Rebels — Ryan Buchanan, QB; Jarran Reed, DL; Jeremy Liggins, DL

19. UCLA Bruins — Eldridge Massington, WR; Craig Lee, RB; Myles Jack, ILB

18. North Carolina Tar Heels — Johnathan Howard, WR; Greg Webb, DL; Desmond Lawrence, CB

17. Penn State Nittany Lions — Christian Hackenberg, QB; DaeSean Hamilton, WR; Adam Breneman, WR

16. Florida State Seminoles — Ryan Green, RB; Isaiah Jones, WR; EJ Levenberry, LB

15. Clemson Tigers — Ebenezer Ogundeko, DE; Tyshon Dye, RB; Mike Williams, WR

14. Auburn Tigers — Cameron Artis-Payne, RB; Devonte Danzy, OL; Brandon King, DB

13. Oklahoma Sooners — Keith Ford, RB; Cody Thomas, QB; Christian Daimler, OL

12. Virginia Tech Hokies — Kendall Fuller, CB; Bucky Hodges, QB; Kyle Chung, TE

11. Washington Huskies — Joe Mathis, DE; Daeshon Hall, DE; Marcus Farria, DE

10. Georgia Bulldogs — Leonard Floyd, LB; Shaq Wiggins, LB; Brice Ramsey, QB

9. Texas Longhorns — A’Shawn Robinson, OL; Tyrone Swoops, ATH; Jacorey Warrick, ATH

8. Michigan Wolverines — Shane Morris, QB; Jaron Dukes, WR; Dymonte Thomas, DB

7. LSU Tigers — Kendell Beckwith, DL; Hayden Rettig, QB; Jeremy Cutrer, DB

6. Texas A&M Aggies — JaQuay Williams, WR; Jonathan Wiggins, DB; Ricky Seals-Jones, WR

5. Florida Gators — Ahmad Fullwood, WR; Demarcus Robinson, WR; Kelvin Taylor, RB

4. Ohio State Buckeyes — Mike Mitchell, OLB; Trey Johnson, ILB; Darron Lee, ATH

3. USC Trojans — Leon McQuay III, ATH; Max Browne, QB; Kenny Bigelow, DT

2. Notre Dame Fighting Irish — Max Redfield, ATH; Greg Bryant, RB; Tarean Folston, RB

1. Alabama Crimson Tide — Cooper Bateman, QB; Darius Page, DT; Robert Foster, RB

Who is expected to compete for the 2013 Heisman Trophy?

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