2024 College Football Recruiting Team Rankings

Michigan State (3 commits)

Early Big Ten contender for 2024, Sparty has already secured the commitment of two outstanding cornerbacks: Jamari Howard, a Florida product who is rated among the top 15 in the nation.

Clemson (5 commits)

Tavoy Feagin, a strong secondary prospect with demonstrated quickness, and Noah Dixon, a reliable tackler who can also play well against the run, are two terrific acquisitions at safety.

South Carolina (5 commits)

A whirlwind five days saw the Gamecocks sign three talented talents at tight end. Wendell Gregory, the No. 6 prospect for linebacker, was Michael Smith.

LSU (8 commits)

Brian Kelly is off to a good start in 2024 after a successful first year in his new position, both recruiting and on the field, by securing four-star quarterback Colin Hurley.

Florida (4 commits)

A small but exceptional group of players for the Gators, highlighted by quarterback DJ Lagway, who is rated as a 5-star by ESPN and is widely regarded as one of the best five quarterbacks in the nation.

Oregon (5 commits)

Dan Lanning signed a top 10 recruiting class in 2023, and he's on track to repeat the feat in 2024, in part because to the commitments of two well-known wide receivers.

Alabama (4 commits)

The Crimson Tide's early 2024 class features three top 100 prospects, including quarterback Julian Sayin, the No. 2 quarterback in the country and the top talent from California.

Florida State (9 commits)

The Seminoles increased their ability to run the ball by acquiring Kameron Davis, which is a trait of Mike Norvell teams.

Notre Dame (8 commits)

The Irish will make several significant offensive additions in 2024, including a solid quarterback in CJ Carr, who is rated among the top 15 quarterbacks in the nation and is the grandson of Lloyd Carr. 

 Georgia (10 commits)

The two-time defending national champion in college football gained an early advantage on the defensive side of the ball by bringing in cornerback Ellis Robinson

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