247Sports Composite Team Rankings – As of June 1

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On the first day of June it feels like a good time to check in on recruiting rankings nationally to see where teams fall as they try and build their 2023 recruiting classes.  It’s still early as evidenced by the fact that Alabama has just four players currently committed in their 2023 class, but the foundation for these classes are being poured.

For instance, of Alabama’s four commitments there are three ranked as four-star talents and the other is a five-star.  The Tide have a long way to go but that helps explain how despite having such a low number of commitments they’re viewed as the 29th best class to date.

Notre Dame has a loaded class that already has 13 commitments, including a five-star as well as 11 four-stars.  Can the Irish keep this class together and can they perhaps finish with the top class in seven months?

Here is a quick look at the 2023 college football recruiting rankings according to the 247Sports Composite rankings, as of June 1, 2023.

Notables outside the top 25

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As mentioned above, Alabama doesn’t make the cut for the top 25 quite yet as they have just four commitments but that will certainly change before long. Here are how just a few notable programs outside the top 25 checked in as of June 1.

Auburn – 58
North Carolina – 49
Oklahoma – 39
Rutgers – 38
Nebraska – 37
Miami – 36
Florida – 35
Wisconsin – 33
Clemson – 32
Alabama – 29
Oklahoma State – 27
Texas A&M – 26

25. Michigan

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25. Michigan

6 commitments – 2 4-star, 4 3-star

24. Texas

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24. Texas

5 commitments – 4 4-star, 1 3-star

23. Michigan State

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23. Michigan State

6 commitments – 3 4-star, 3 3-star

22. Virginia Tech

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22. Virginia Tech

8 commitments – 8 3-stars

21. Florida State

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21. Florida State

6 commitments – 3 4-star, 3 3-star

20. TCU

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20. TCU

7 commitments – 1 4-star, 6 3-star

19. Minnesota

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19. Minnesota

8 commitments – 8 3-star

18. LSU

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18. LSU

5 commitments – 5 4-star

17. West Virginia

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17. West Virginia

7 commitments – 1 4-star, 6 3-star

16. Cincinnati

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16. Cincinnati

8 commitments – 2 4-star, 6 3-star

15. Oregon

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15. Oregon

6 commitments – 5 4-star, 1 3-star

14. Iowa

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14. Iowa

9 commitments – 9 3-star

13. Colorado

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13. Colorado

10 commitments – 10 3-star

12. Wake Forest

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12. Wake Forest

11 commitments – 10 3-star

11. Baylor

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11. Baylor

10 commitments – 2 4-star, 8 3-star

10. USC

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10. USC

7 commitments – 3 5-star, 2 4-star, 2 3-star

9. Tennessee

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9. Tennessee

9 commitments – 1 5-star, 3 4-star, 5 3-star

8. Georgia

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8. Georgia

8 commitments – 6 4-star, 2 3-star

7. Louisville

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7. Louisville

10 commitments – 4 4-star, 6 3-star

6. Arkansas

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6. Arkansas

11 commitments – 4 4-star, 7 3-star

5. Northwestern

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5. Northwestern

16 commitments – 1 4-star, 15 3-star

4. Ohio State

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4. Ohio State

10 commitments – 8 4-star, 2 3-star

3. Penn State

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3. Penn State

12 commitments – 1 5-star, 3 4-star, 8 3-star

2. Texas Tech

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2. Texas Tech

20 commitments – 4 4-star, 14 3-star

1. Notre Dame

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  1. Notre Dame

13 commitments – 1 5-star, 11 4-star, 1 3-star

Meet Notre Dame’s 2023 recruiting commitments

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