Rivals.com final recruiting class rankings for 2013: The top 25

Muscle Shoals High School defensive tackle Dee Liner announces his intentions to attended Alabama on national signing day. (Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports)

National Signing Day for 2013 has officially come and gone, and now that the dust has settled, it’s time to take a look at the final team recruiting rankings.

There’s no surprise at the top as the Tide just continues to roll, sweeping the No. 1 ranking in Rivals, 247Sports, and ESPN. A late commitment from the No. 2-ranked running back, Alvin Kamara, solidified the Tide’s grasp on the mythical national championship.

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Ohio State and Florida both cleaned house as well, and Ole Miss absolutely shocked the recruiting world on Signing Day with an unbelievable haul of elite recruits.

Following is the top 25 recruiting classes, according to Rivals.com (Team – Points):

  1. Alabama – 3,166
  2. Ohio State – 2,903
  3. Notre Dame – 2,893
  4. Florida – 2,792
  5. Michigan – 2,661
  6. LSU – 2,643
  7. Ole Miss – 2,496
  8. Auburn – 2,384
  9. Florida State – 2,352
  10. Texas A&M – 2,332
  11. UCLA – 2,283
  12. Georgia – 2,211
  13. USC – 2,193
  14. Clemson – 2,131
  15. Oklahoma – 2,068
  16. South Carolina – 1,962
  17. Nebraska – 1,921
  18. Washington – 1,906
  19. Vanderbilt – 1,870
  20. Tennessee – 1,820
  21. Oregon – 1,778
  22. Virginia Tech – 1,758
  23. Texas – 1,737
  24. West Virginia – 1,722
  25. Mississippi State – 1,712
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