Recruiting 2013 - Class Rankings No. 11 to 20

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Posted Feb 9, 2013


Ranking the recruiting classes from 1 to 126 ... No. 11 to 20



CFN 2013 Recruiting Rankings
- No. 1 to 10 | No.11 to 20 | No. 21 to 30
- No.  31 to 40No. 41 to 50 | No. 51 to 60
- No. 61 to 70 | No. 71 to 80 | No. 81 to 90
- No. 91 to 100 | No. 101 to 110 | No. 111 to 126  

11. Washington | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Skill players. A year after loading up on quarterbacks, and two years after bringing in some nice receivers, Steve Sarkisian has come up with a whopper of a class for the passing game. Troy Williams had his pick of places to go, but he'll be groomed to be in the fight for the starting job in a few years. Demorea Stringfellow is a fantastic receiver catch, while John Ross and Darrell Daniels aren't far behind. The defensive line got just as much talent with Joe Mathis for the end and Elijah Qualls at tackle. Jermaine Kelly will eventually become a lockdown starting corner, but getting Patrick Enewally on Signing Day was better. Getting linebacker Keishawn Bierria put a cap on a great offseason.

12. Clemson | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Linebackers. Corner Mackensie Alexander and safety Korrin Wiggins were great Signing Day gets, and guard Tyrone Crowder turned out to be the icing on the cake, but this class is deeper. The running game is getting high-end help with backs Tyshon Dye and Wayne Gallman coming in, and Mike Williams is a fun receiver who could see time right away, but the Tigers are bringing in some phenomenal linebacker prospects. Ben Boulware will eventually be a star in the middle, while Jayron Kearse and Dorian O'Daniel are fast prospects for the outside. Defensive tackle Scott Pagano was an interesting pickup from Hawaii who has all the talent and potential to be the next great Tiger lineman.

13. South Carolina | The Entire 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Defensive linemen. There isn't a Jadeveon Clowney coming in, but tackle Kelsey Griffin is a big-time option for the interior while Devante Covington, Devin Washington and David Johnson are good pass rushing options on the outside. JUCO transfer Alfy Hill might see time right away in the end rotation. Linebacker Larenz Bryant, running back David Williams and offensive tackle D.J. Peek are nice gets, but they aren't among the superstar prospects other top SEC teams are bringing in.

14. Oklahoma | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Defensive linemen. Bob Stoops went big on defensive linemen a few years ago, and now he's restocking the shelves for a few years from now led by Kerrick Hughes out of Dallas, who has the talent to be the next great OU defensive tackle. D.J. Ward and Matt Dimon are terrific end prospects who should soon be key parts of the pass rush, while JUCO transfer Quincy Russell could b used right away. The secondary is getting some help, too, with four-star corner L.J. Moore on Signing Day to go along with safety Hatari Byrd and corner Stanvon Taylor. Offensively, can Keith Ford become a part of the puzzle early on? He has the talent to make a big impact right out of the box.

15. Nebraska | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Defensive linemen. Safety D.J. Singleton will be a big part of the secondary rotation right away, and running backs Terrell Newby (California) and Adam Taylor (Texas) are going to be a key part of the backfield, but the excitement for the offense should center around quarterback Johnny Stanton - a.k.a. Johnny Tebow - out of California. The defensive front is the area Bo Pelini and his staff focused on highlighted by tackle Maliek Collins and end A.J. Natter, who slipped away from Missouri and Wisconsin, respectively. JUCO transfer Randy Gregory could start on the end right away.

16. Florida State | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Wide receivers. Defensive tackle Keith Bryant and guard Ira Denson were big pickups to make up for a few key losses, and landing linebacker Matthew Thomas made the class great. After a few phenomenal classes, the Noles don't have any major areas of need after bringing in the nation's No. 1 overall class last season, but there are still plenty of big-time talents coming in. However, it's nowhere near last year's haul with so many key spots already filled. Linebacker E.J. Levenberry and defensive tackle Demarcus Walker are two of the big stars, but receivers Isaiah Jones (big), Kermit Whitfield (small and speedy) and Jesus Wilson (fast) should crank up the passing game down the road.

17. Vanderbilt | The Entire 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Talent?! Vanderbilt isn't going to threaten Georgia or Alabama for top stars, but head coach James Franklin is bringing in a tremendous class with real, live, SEC talents led by linebacker Zach Cunningham, receiver Jordan Cunningham, offensive tackle Delando Crooks, corner Ryan White and defensive tackle Jay Woods - they all have other major choices. Tight ends Nathan Marcus, Mitch Parsons and JUCO transfer Brandon Vandenburg were all excellent gets, while safety Jalen Banks was an interesting pickup out of Illinois. Quarterbacks Johnathon McCrary and Chad Kanoff are big passers to develop for three years from now.

18. USC | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Really, really good players - but not a lot of bulk. The Trojans don't have a ton of offers to make, but the ones Lane Kiffin are getting are as good as any prospects in the country. It all starts with Max Browne, the No. 1 quarterback prospect bringing in size and NFL skills. Running backs Justin Davis and Ty Isaac are special, and receiver Steven Mitchell has the tools to be a special target. If Khaliel Rodgers out of Maryland isn't the best center prospect, he's in the top three, while defensive tackle Kenny Bigelow, safety Su'a Cravens and corner Chris Hawkins are all special. It was a rough morning on Signing Day, but getting linebacker Quinton Powell and offensive tackle Nico Falah made everything all better.

19. Auburn | The Entire 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Receivers. Gene Chizik brought in a few outstanding classes after winning the national title, so it's not like Gus Malzahn needs to come up with too many stars, but he's getting the receivers with Tony Stevens and Jason Smith the best of the lot. Defensive tackle Mantravius Adams was a Signing Day star to bump up the class, while end Elijah Daniel wasn't far off. Signing running back Johnathan Ford gave the offense even more of a boost. The quarterback situation has to be better - everyone wants to work with Malzahn - and Jeremy Johnson and JUCO transfer Nick Marshall are going to get their chances to show what they can do. Don't overlook the kicking game getting the No. 1 punter Jimmy Hutchinson and No. 4 kicker Daniel Carlson.

20. Oregon | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Running back. The coaching change isn't having much of an effect on the recruiting class with several top prospects jumping back on board now that everything has been settled. Defensive end Torrodney Prevot was a great Wednesday signing, and getting receiver Tyree Robinson, guard Cameron Hunt and linebacker Tyrell Robinson allowed everyone to breathe a sigh of relief. Offensive tackle Evan Voeller will be a starter and tight end John Mundt will turn into a player, but the stars on the offense will be at running back with Thomas Tyner leading the way. The big 6-1, 215-pounder isn't necessarily the perfect fit for the up-tempo Duck attack, but he's the No. 2 running back prospect - Mark Helfrich will make it work. The defense welcomes in some terrific linebacker prospects with JUCO transfer Joe Walker ready to step in and start right away.

CFN 2013 Recruiting Rankings
- No. 1 to 10 | No.11 to 20 | No. 21 to 30
- No.  31 to 40No. 41 to 50 | No. 51 to 60
- No. 61 to 70 | No. 71 to 80 | No. 81 to 90
- No. 91 to 100 | No. 101 to 110 | No. 111 to 126 

















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