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Recruiting 2013 - Class Rankings No. 31 to 40

Recruiting 2013 - Class Rankings No. 31 to 40

Ranking the recruiting classes from 1 to 126 ... No. 31 to 40


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 

31. North Carolina | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Defensive backs. After coming up with a few great classes for the defense, UNC loaded up once again with two excellent linemen in tackle Greg Webb and end Dajuan Drennon, but the defensive backs should be the key with safety Desmond Lawrence and corner Brian Walker leading the way. The offense is getting some nice pieces to play around with led by running back T.J. Logan and quarterback Mitch Trubiski, who'll each play a big role sooner than later.

32. Rutgers | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Defensive linemen. The secondary got a terrific haul of players with corner Nadir Barnwell as good as any defensive back recruit in the Big East, and Janarion Grant and T.J. Taylor two excellent prospects. Myles Nash and Lester Liston are good linebackers, but the front seven will be better because of the linemen including tackle Josh Klecko and end Sebastian Joseph. Guard Dorian Miller might be the team's best overall recruit, while running back Dontea Ayres and receiver Andre Patton should become starters down the road.

33. Tennessee | The Entire 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Receivers. It's always asking for too much for true freshman to produce right away, but there are plenty of openings with tough losses at receiver. The opportunities will be there for at least one of the newcomers to see time right away. Marquez North is the best of the bunch with 6-3 size and 4.5 speed, but Paul Harris and Ryan Jenkins are nice options. Linebacker Jalen Reeves-Maybin and end Jason Carr are SEC talents, but with the coaching change and little time for Butch Jones to work, overall this isn't going to be the type of game-changing class the program needs.

34. Virginia Tech | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Defensive back. The receiving corps needs help right away, so there's a chance for David Price, Deon Newsome or Carlis Parker to be factors right away. Linebacker Holland Fisher is the star of the class and defensive line prospect Wyatt Teller has tremendous upside, but the strength is in the secondary with Kendall Fuller an NFL caliber corner who could see time right away. CeQuan Jefferson and Charles Clark are nice pickups at corner, while Anthony Shegog and Brandon Facyson are good safety options.

35. Kentucky | Entire 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Defensive linemen. It's an easy pitch for Mark Stoops - come to Kentucky and get a shot at the defensive line right away. Ends Alvonte Bell and Reggie Meant, along with JUCO transfer Za'Darius Smith, might all be as good as anything the Wildcats have coming back, while Jacob Hyde brings a much-needed 310-pound body to eventually stick on the inside. Safety Marcus McWilson and JUCO transfer Nate Willis need to be answers for the secondary.

36. Oregon State | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Defensive linemen. The Beavers are coming up with their share of good receivers in a strength-in-numbers class, and quarterback Kyle Kempt out of Ohio was a good get, but the key to the class is the haul for the defensive front. Mike Riley is getting four JUCO defensive tackles who all go around 300 pounds and can all step in and be a part of the equation right away. Edwin Delva, Kyle Peko, Lyndon Tulimasealii and Siale Hautau are all instant players.

37. Miami | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Tight ends. The Canes are bringing in some terrific stars led by quarterback Kevin Olsen from New Jersey, who has all the tools and all the abilities to be the next great Miami passer. Receiver Stacy Coley and running back Augustus Edwards made a good class great on Signing Day. Running back Ray Lewis III - yes, his son - will be the big name, but defensive end Alquadin Muhammad and defensive backs Jamal Carter and Artie Burns are expected to be great. The most interesting pickups were at tight end with Standish Dobard an athletic star from New Orleans and JUCO transfer Beau Sandland ready to go right away.

38. Washington State | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Defensive linemen. Mike Leach is getting his share of offensive options with quarterback Tyler Bruggman out of Phoenix fitting the role of the right triggerman, while receivers River Cracraft and Vince Mayle are going to be factors. After a disastrous season for the defense, Leach went hard after defensive linemen hoping JUCO transfer Lyman Faoliu a possible answer at one end and prepsters Gerald Sterling and Daniel Etuale for the interior. JUCO linebacker Ivan McLennan will have a shot at a starting linebacker job this year, while Daquawn Brown is a future No. 1 corner.

39. Missouri | The Entire 2013 Recruiting Class 

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Quarterbacks. The Tiger defensive line has to be tougher and more physical, and that starts with tackle Josh Augusta and Antar Thompson to try to get the front four to an elite SEC level. Running back Chase Abbington is a talent who'll get a long look early on, and offensive tackle Clay Rhodes should be a starter once he adds about 30 pounds of muscle. The Tigers, though, were built by Gary Pinkel to get the offense going, and that means Trent Hosick out of Kansas City and Eddie Printz out of Georgia need to recapture the magic of recent great passers and playmakers. Neither one is a Blaine Gabbert-like first round draft pick, but getting another Chase Daniel wouldn't be bad.

40. Boise State | The 2013 Recruiting Class

The 2013 Class Is Heavy On ... Defensive linemen. Last year the concern of the recruiting class was the lack of help for the front four - not a problem this time around. Chris Petersen went big on defensive tackles getting Tutulepeata Mataele and Justin Taimatuia from the JUCO ranks to see time right away in the interior, while Nick Terry and Kamalei Correa are two excellent prepsters who are as good as the program has brought in. The secondary also got a ton of help with JUCO corner Mercy Maston to find a role out of the box and corner Dionza Blue a future starter. The offense isn't being ignored with three nice receivers in Kendal Keys, Jake Roh and Tanner Shipley along with running back Aaron Baltazar.

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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