FSU on top, USC moves into top 10 of 2016 class rankings

USC, Alabama climb ESPN class rankings

National recruiting coordinator Craig Haubert joins Phil Murphy to break down top-100 additions at USC and Alabama that caused the Trojans and Tide to make moves in the latest ESPN class rankings.

After leading all programs with 11 players selected in the recently concluded 2015 NFL draft, Florida State continues to reload with talent. On the heels of signing the No. 2 overall class overall for 2015, the Seminoles remain in the top spot in the early going for 2016 with double-digit ESPN 300 commitments, including five-star dual-threat QB Malik Henry.

After adding a commitment from No. 2 dual-threat QB Matt Fink, USC moved into the top 10. Fink is an athletic prospect and accurate passer with a high ceiling for development.

Alabama, which has signed four straight No. 1 classes, added two big commitments in the trenches with two of the top-rated offensive guards. The massive and powerful Deonte Brown (the No. 3-rated guard) and the big and agile Chris Owens (No. 4) join four-star tackle Jonah Williams, the No. 27 overall player in the ESPN 300, in the Crimson Tide's class.

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