Since unveiling our first look at team recruiting rankings for the class of 2012, there's been plenty of movement and an expansion from 20 to 25 ranked programs.
Indiana and Providence continue to hold onto the top two spots but thanks to the commitment of the nation's No. 2-ranked player Kyle Anderson, Ben Howland's UCLA Bruins were able to make a major move within the rankings as they rise from No. 12 to the third spot overall.
Indiana fans are ready for the recruiting success of Tom Crean to translate on the court, and this five-man class is expected to play a huge part in this potential turnaround. Every position is covered in this class with five-star prospects Hanner Perea and Kevin Ferrell leading the way.
New head coach Ed Cooley is making quite the recruiting splash at Providence. He has the top backcourt in the country committed with Dunn and Ledo, and Fortune is one of the top shooters in the 2012 class.
The addition of the nation's second-ranked, and most versatile, player Kyle Anderson gives UCLA's class a huge bump. Speedy point guard Dominic Artis was one of the high risers in the rankings during the summer circuit. Adams is one of the toughest perimeter players to defend in the 2012 class when he gets hot from the outside.
Sean Miller has found success on the court and in recruiting at Arizona. He has a trio of top 50 prospects committed with five-star power forward Brandon Ashley, athletic scorer Gabe York and versatile forward Grant Jarrett.
Head coach James Dickey and his staff made a huge splash by convincing the two local stars to stay local. House is a long, athletic wing with deep range and huge upside. Knowles is a slender big with quickness and face-up skills.
The star of Baylor's recruiting class is versatile and talented 7-footer Isaiah Austin. He is complemented on the outside by steady point guard L.J. Rose and Rykhoek is a big-bodied interior player with good hands.
Ridley, who has a lot of size and a lot of game, is a post player who can anchor the attack on both ends. He also has a heady point guard in Felix who can get him the ball and keep the defense honest with his shooting ability.
John Beilein has a couple talented four-star wings in the recruiting fold. Robinson, III, the son of The Big Dog, has blossomed this summer into a terrific prospect. Stauskas is a versatile shooting guard with nice size for his position.
Florida State is looking forward to adding the scoring abilities of reclassified four-star shooting guard Aaron Thomas. Brandon, a four-star perimeter players, is a versatile playmaker. And point guard Devon Bookert rounds out the class.
Billy Kennedy is off to a great start on the recruiting trail in his first year at A&M. With Reese and Caruso A&M adds a scoring combo guard and a smooth two who have significant ties to the school. Reese's father, John, is now an assistant coach and Caruso's father, Mike, is an associate athletic director at A&M.
Woodbury is a skilled big man who should find plenty of success in the Big Ten. Gesell is a steady guard who can play either the one or the two while Ingram is a physical defender who likes to hit corner jumpers. Meyer is a big with mobility and emerging skill.
Four-star post player Shaquille Cleare is a physical presence who should have a significant impact on the ACC. Layman is a talented combo forward with a smooth shooting stroke and upside. Allen, a shooting guard, rounds out the class.
In Smart, Travis Ford has landed the class of 2012's ultimate warrior. The aggressive and versatile combo guard has long teamed up and been successful with the sharp-shooting Forte. Murphy is a lengthy and skilled four who sits on the Rivals150 bubble and Wing is more of an unknown with a rep as a shooter.
Goodwin is only a one-man class at this point, but the five-star guard is as electric as they come when creating off of the dribble. Now that he's on the board in 2012, John Calipari and his staff have somebody to build their recruiting efforts around.
Simpson provides the size for Matt Painter's class. Davis is a terrific shooter with a solid all-around game as a shooting guard. And Johnson is a steady but quick point guard whose stock is on the rise.
New UNLV coach Dave Rice has three positions covered in his 2012 recruiting class. Reinhardt, the highest ranked of the three, is versatile perimeter scorer. Morant is an athletic defender and rebounder. Cook is a steady playmaker at the point of attack.