Here Are 2018's Top 25 Recruiting Classes - Updated Following Patrick Surtain Jr, Nick Petit-Frere, and Tyson Campbell’s Announcements

It has been a hectic, yet exciting 2018 National Signing Day. There have been a ton of big-name recruits announcing where they will be playing college football in 2018, and a few recruits flipped schools creating chaos in the Top 25 recruiting rankings. Now that a few 5-star and 4-star recruits have officially committed, let's look at the top 25 recruiting classes in college football.

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25.) TCU
24.) Virginia Tech
23.) Nebraska
22.) North Carolina
21.) Michigan 

The Wolverines drop after four-star outside linebacker Otis Reese (Leesburg, GA) announced today that he is signing with the Georgia Bulldogs, flipping his commitment from Michigan. Reese originally committed to the Wolverines in June of 2016 but chose not to sign during the Early Signing Period due to the level of interest he was receiving from UGA. He took official visits to both schools at the end of the January and ultimately chose to stay in-state. The Wolverines at the moment have seven four-star recrutis.

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20.) Tennessee 
19.) South Carolina
18.) UCLA
17.) Oregon

16.) Texas A&M
15.) LSU
14.) Florida
13.) Washington
12.) Auburn
11.) Florida State

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10.) Notre Dame
9.) Alabama

The Crimson Tide's streak of landing the top recruiting class has ended. Four-star defensive tackle Bobby Brown (Arlington, TX), who originally committed to Alabama on Dec. 22 during the Early Signing Period, flipped his commitment to Texas A&M and signed with the Aggies early Wednesday. The Tide did, however, land five-star cornerback Patrick Surtain Jr. who is ranked as the No. 1 cornerback and No. 6 overall prospect in the 2018 class. The Tide signed 18 total recruits, two five star recruits, 11 four-star recruits. ​

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8.) Oklahoma
7.) Miami FL
6.) USC

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5.) Clemson

4.) Penn State
3.) Texas
2.) Ohio State

The Buckeyes landed five-star offensive tackle Nicholas Petit-Frere. Petit-Frere spent each of the past three weekends making official visits to Alabama, Florida, and Ohio State, finishing with a trip to Columbus on Feb. 2. He is ranked as the top offensive tackle and No. 7 overall prospect in the country. Urban Meyer brings in yet another strong recruiting class with 26 top recruits, including three five-star, 20 four-star recruits.
1.) Georgia
Georgia has locked up the number one recruiting class in 2018. The Bulldogs had a great signing day flipping four-star linebacker Otis Reese, and four-star linebacker Quay Walker. The Bulldogs biggest signing of the day was five-star cornerback Tyson Campbell who is the No. 2 cornerback and No. 12 overall prospect in the 2018 class. What a tremendous class for the Bulldogs signing 25 total recruits, including seven-five star, (most in college football), 14 four-star recruits.

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