College Football Recruiting Rankings – Nov. 10, 2016


College football recruiting rankings update as of Nov. 10, 2016. Texas A&M slid up after securing a commitment from a 4-star linebacker.


Kevin Sumlin’s Aggies moved up in the 2017 recruiting class rankings after landing a commitment from 4-star outside linebacker Devodrick Johnson, who announced his pledge in an exclusive video with Campus Insiders on Sunday. Texas A&M bumped up one spot from No. 9 to No. 8.

The Georgia Bulldogs also made a move upward – from No. 7 to No. 4 – after they landed 4-star recruit Walter Grant. The Cairo, Georgia native is ranked as the No. 7 outside linebacker and No. 92 overall player in the nation.

Florida is down to No. 15 in the rankings but will be in store for a big recruiting showcase this weekend when the Gators host former head coach Will Muschamp and his South Carolina Gamecocks. One of the big names in attendance is 4-star wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones, who currently seems slated to end up at Michigan, which currently sits at No. 9. Florida will also host 4-star athlete Tray Bishop, an Auburn commit. The Gators were gaining ground with him before he committed to the Tigers, and a flip could be looming.

Miami, who is slotted at No. 11, might worry about 4-star offensive tackle Navaughn Donaldson. He’s also visiting Gainesville this weekend, and Florida has been trying to lure him away from the Hurricanes for quite some time.

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

College Football Recruiting Rankings

1. Ohio State – 3,858 points – 17 commits (Last ranking: 1)
2. Alabama – 3,782 – 21 commits (2)
3. Oklahoma – 3,739 – 21 commits (3)
4. Georgia – 3,237 – 16 commits (7)
5. Notre Dame – 3,175 – 18 commits (4)
6. LSU – 3,107 – 19 commits (5)
7. Tennessee- 3,091 – 27 commits (6)
8. Texas A&M – 2,908 – 24 commits (9)
9. Michigan – 2,842 – 19 commits (8)
10 Clemson – 2,660 – 14 commits (10)
11. Miami (Fla.) – 2,431 – 19 commits (15)
12. Florida State – 2,363 – 13 commits (11)
13. Auburn – 2,333 – 14 commits (12)
14. Maryland – 2,317 – 21 commits (14)
15. Florida – 2,257 – 15 commits (13)
16. Arizona – 2,156 – 27 commits (16)
17. Washington – 2,151 – 13 commits (17)
18. USC – 2,145 – 15 commits (18)
19. Michigan State – 2,085 – 16 commits (19)
20. Louisville – 1,963 – 22 commits (22)
21. South Carolina – 1,954 – 21 commits (20)
22. Mississippi State – 1,950 – 20 commits (21)
23. Nebraska – 1,936 – 15 commits (23)
24. Colorado – 1,868 – 21 commits (24)
25. Arkansas – 1,771 – 20 commits (25)

Note: Scout rankings and ratings used in this article.

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