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Early signing period class rankings

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Behind the power of three five-star frontcourt players, the Demon Deacons of Wake Forest secured the No. 1 spot in the initial 2008 team recruiting rankings.
UCLA's guard-oriented recruiting class, led by Jrue Holiday - the No. 3 ranked prospect in the Rivals150 - lands the No. 2 position.
Two Big East teams fall in line behind the Bruins, due in large part to three five-star post players. Louisville, who comes in at No. 3, will sign Samardo Samuels and Terrence Jennings. Georgetown brings in the No. 1 prospect in the country, Greg Monroe.
Rounding out the top five is Florida. Not only are the Gators coming off back-to-back national championships, they also are following up on the No. 1 recruiting class from 2007.
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MORE: Conference RankingsClick The SEC leads all conferences with eight teams represented in the top-30 recruiting classes. Both the Pac-10 and ACC are represented by five teams each.Here to view this Link. | Best by PositionClick The SEC leads all conferences with eight teams represented in the top-30 recruiting classes. Both the Pac-10 and ACC are represented by five teams each.Here to view this Link. | The Rivals150Click The SEC leads all conferences with eight teams represented in the top-30 recruiting classes. Both the Pac-10 and ACC are represented by five teams each.Here to view this Link. | Five-Star Freshman TrackerClick The SEC leads all conferences with eight teams represented in the top-30 recruiting classes. Both the Pac-10 and ACC are represented by five teams each.Here to view this Link.
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