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Friday, November 18, 2011
2012 recruiting: Top 60 classes


With the coaching changes out of the way for the most part, the 2012 prospects are poised to make the jump to summer school and become the freshman class. With quite a bit of spring change, we finalize the 2012 top 60 recruiting classes.

1. Connecticut Huskies
2. Texas A&M Aggies
3. Rutgers Scarlet Knights
4. Notre Dame Fighting Irish
5. Tennessee Lady Vols
6. Syracuse Orange
7. Duke Blue Devils
8. Baylor Bears
9. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
10. Maryland Terrapins
11. North Carolina Tar Heels

12. UCLA Bruins
13. Clemson Tigers
14. Texas Longhorns
15. Southern Cal Trojans
16. West Virginia Mountaineers

17. Oklahoma Sooners
18. South Carolina Gamecocks
19. Miami Hurricanes
20. Louisiana State Tigers
21. Michigan State
22. Florida Gators
23. Purdue Boilermakers
24. Georgia Lady Bulldogs
25. Stanford Cardinal
26. Vanderbilt Commodores
27. Virginia Cavaliers
28. Georgetown Hoyas
29. Colorado Buffaloes
30. Washington Huskies
31. Oregon State Beavers
32. Dayton Flyers
33. Oklahoma State Cowgirls
34. Virginia Tech Hokies
35. Auburn Tigers
36. Penn State Nittany Lions
37. Kentucky Wildcats
38. James Madison Dukes
39. Memphis Tigers
40. Houston Cougars
41. Louisville Cardinals
42. Texas Christian Horned Frogs
43. Pepperdine Waves
44. Grambling State Tigers
45. Princeton Tigers
46. Seton Hall Pirates
47. Wake Forest Demon Deacons
48. Mississippi State Bulldogs
49. Marquette Golden Eagles
50. Tulsa Golden Hurricane
51. St. John's Red Storm
52. Providence Friars
53. Minnesota Golden Gophers
54. Southern Methodist Mustangs
55. Hofstra Pride
56. Old Dominion Lady Monarchs
57. Kansas State Wildcats
58. Arizona Wildcats
59. Iowa State Cyclones
60. George Washington

On the cusp: Boston College, Drexel, Loyola Marymount, Louisiana-Lafayette, Maine, Missouri, McNeese State, NC State, Northwestern, Ohio State, UT-Chattanooga.

* International players not currently residing in the U.S. or attending school in the U.S. are not ranked in the ESPNU HoopGurlz 100, but those players are evaluated for their play in events in the U.S. and FIBA World Championships and their ability is considered in class rankings.

About recruiting class rankings

ESPN HoopGurlz ranks recruiting classes based solely on high school prospect signings. No consideration is made for junior college or transfer student-athletes. Player rankings and class rankings are determined by the ESPN HoopGurlz rankings panel.

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