It's hard enough to convince that one diamond-in-the-rough college basketball recruit to come play for your school, and harder yet to find the supporting pieces during that player's time to contend for a national championship. Doing it all in one season? Well, that's what separates the elite programs from the pretty good programs. Below are 12 of the greatest recruiting classes of the last 25 years. Simply hover over the logos to see the future stars from that year's class and then click to set your rankings!

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    Greatest recruiting classes

    1989 Indiana

    1989 Indiana

    Lawrence Funderburke, Pat Graham, Chris Reynolds, Calbert Cheaney, Greg Graham, Chris Lawson

    1991 Michigan

    1991 Michigan

    Chris Webber, Juwan Howard, Jalen Rose, Jimmy King, Ray Jackson

    1993 N. Carolina

    1993 N. Carolina

    Jerry Stackhouse, Rasheed Wallace, Jeff McInnis

    1997 Duke

    1997 Duke

    Elton Brand, Shane Battier, Chris Burgess, William Avery

    1998 UCLA

    1998 UCLA

    Dan Gadzuric, JaRon Rush, Jerome Moiso, Ray Young, Matt Barnes

    1999 Duke

    1999 Duke

    Jason Williams, Carlos Boozer, Casey Sanders, Mike Dunleavy, Nick Horvath

    2004 Florida

    2004 Florida

    Al Horford, Corey Brewer and Joakim Noah

    2005 Kansas

    2005 Kansas

    Julian Wright, Brandon Rush, Mario Chalmers, Micah Downs

    2006 N. Carolina

    2006 N. Carolina

    Brandan Wright, Ty Lawson, Wayne Ellington, Deon Thompson, Alex Stepheson, Will Graves

    2009 Kentucky

    2009 Kentucky

    John Wall, DeMarcus Cousins, Daniel Orton, Eric Bledsoe, Jon Hood

    2011 Kentucky

    2011 Kentucky

    Anthony Davis, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Marquis Teague, Kyle Wiltjer

    2013 Kentucky

    2013 Kentucky

    Andrew Harrison, Aaron Harrison, James Young, Marcus Lee, Derek Willis

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