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.
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Also making a big splash are the Houston Cougars. The additions of five-star wing Danuel House and four-star big man Chicken Knowles allow James Dickey's squad to enter the rankings in the sixth overall spot.
Other newcomers to the list include Texas A&M who checks in at No. 14, Iowa at No. 19, Oklahoma State at No. 20 and Kentucky as the Wildcats make their debut at No. 22 thanks to the commitment of Archie Goodwin.