Three schools move into team rankings top 10

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Arizona, Rutgers and Ohio State picked up significant commitments in the past two weeks catapulting them into the top 10 in the 2011 National Team Recruiting Rankings.
The addition of top 10 prospect and the No. 2-ranked point guard Josiah Turner pushes Arizona all the way to No. 5.

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For Rutgers, the backcourt combo of four-star point guard Jerome Seagears and three-star shooting guard Mike Taylor lands the Scarlet Knights at No. 6.
Taking the No. 10 spot is Ohio State after the addition of versatile forward and four-star prospect Sam Thompson.
Other changes in the top 20 include Georgia leapfrogging over Florida after landing three-star post player Tim Dixon.
St. John's enters the top 20 at No. 16 after adding top 50 prospect Jakarr Sampson to top 50 prospect Maurice Harkless in its two-man recruiting class.
The SEC has the highest number of teams in the ranking with six representatives. Kentucky once again sits at the top of the conference as well as the top of the national rankings.
The Big East is next with five teams and three of those are in the top 10.
The Big Ten has three representatives, the ACC and the Big 12 with two each, and the Pac-10 and Atlantic-10 with one each.
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