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No. 1 class in 2010 gets even stronger

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The rich only get richer.
Ohio State remained on top of the 2010 national team recruiting rankings and further entrenched itself into the No. 1 spot by recently adding Rivals150 prospects Aaron Craft and J.D. Weatherspoon.
Anchoring the Buckeyes' six-man class is Jared Sullinger, the country's premier big man and the No. 3 prospect overall.
Ohio State is joined by three other Big Ten schools - Illinois (No. 4), Michigan State (No. 9) and Purdue (No. 10) - in the national rankings.
The ACC, however, has the most teams in the ranking with six.
North Carolina leads the way at No. 3 with the guard tandem of Reggie Bullock and Kendall Marshall. North Carolina State isn't far behind at No. 5 with its impressive guard tandem of Ryan Harrow and Lorenzo Brown, who is now in the 2010 class. Wake Forest and Maryland follow at No. 6 and No. 7 respectively. Virginia (No. 11) and Florida State (No. 15) also represent the ACC.
Typical ACC stalwart Duke is missing from the national rankings after five-star guard Andre Dawkins left the 2010 class and entered the 2009 class. Also dropping out of the national rankings is Tennessee, which suffered decommitments from elite guard Josh Selby and Craft.
The Atlantic 10 is represented by Dayton at No. 12, and Conference USA has Memphis at No. 14. The Pac-10 and the SEC, however, are without a school in the rankings.