Stanford and Marquette move into the 2010 national team rankings this week following commitments from five-star prospects.
Dwight Powell, the No. 23 ranked prospect in the Rivals150, pushes Stanford's four-man class all the way to No. 8. Marquette's three-man class lands at No. 11 with the commitment of Vander Blue, the No. 22 prospect in the Rivals150.
The entry of these teams knocks Oklahoma State and Texas A&M out of the rankings, leaving the Big 12 with just two representatives in the top 25.
Stanford joins California as representatives from the Pac-10. Marquette's addition pushes to the Big East to a total of four teams in the rankings.
The ACC is still the top recruiting conference in 2010 with six teams in the top 20 - five in the top 10. The Big Ten is second with four teams, including Ohio State at No. 1.
The SEC is represented by four teams. Memphis is the only Conference-USA team in the rankings, and the Atlantic-10 has both Xavier and Dayton in the top 25.