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College football recruiting class rankings for 2014 – Friday, Jan. 10


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Cred: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

With the 2013 season officially behind us, it’s time to turn our attention to the start of the 2014 season. College football has become a year-round sport, and it all starts with National Signing Day (Wednesday, Feb. 5). With less than a month remaining until high school prospects around the country sign on the line, let’s take a look at the updated recruiting class rankings.

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Alabama is still holding on to the top spot, followed by Ohio State, Texas A&M, Florida State and LSU.

A few teams on the move are LSU (up five spots), Florida (four), Oklahoma (12), UCLA (22) and USC (9).

The Crimson Tide and Gators are tied for the lead with four five-star commits, followed by Texas A&M, FSU and LSU all with three. Tennessee has stockpiled the four-star commits with a nation-leading 16.

Will Muschamp and the Gators have been on a tear the past week, flipping five-star cornerback Jalen Tabor from Arizona and four-star running back Brandon Powell from Miami.

Following is a rundown of 247Sports’ top 25 classes for 2014 as of Friday, Jan. 10.

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