How did each college basketball program fare for 2013 recruiting? RecruitingNation breaks down the 2013 classes for each team in the big six conferences as well as the best of the rest outside the BCS leagues. Note: Teams are as of conference alignment for the 2012-13 season and not future conference realignment.
Led by No. 2 recruit Jabari Parker, Duke landed the ACC's top incoming class. NC State, North Carolina and Florida State also have strong recruiting classes coming in. Team-by-team ACC grades
It was all about Kansas in the Big 12, as the Jayhawks brought in a class for the ages led by No. 1 recruit Andrew Wiggins. Several others, however, landed solid classes. Team-by-team Big 12 grades
In the final year for the Big East as we know it, departing programs like Syracuse, Louisville and Notre Dame scored big, as did Marquette. Team-by-team Big East grades
Indiana, Michigan and Illinois lead the way for 2013 recruiting in the Big Ten, but the biggest surprise may be the absence of Michigan State near the top. Team-by-team Big Ten grades
It was not a banner year for the Pac-12 on the recruiting trail, but Arizona landed an elite class that can stand with any other in the country. Team-by-team Pac-12 grades
Kentucky received all the attention, but several other SEC teams also have stellar incoming classes, including LSU, Florida, Arkansas and Missouri. Team-by-team SEC grades
Memphis, BYU and UTEP lead the way among the best recruiting classes outside the big six conferences. Memphis will need that strength as it moves into the new American Athletic Conference next season. Analysis