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Two Pac-10 teams new to team rankings

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The Pac-10 reeled in a couple high-profile recruits the past two weeks, pushing both Oregon and Washington into the national team recruiting rankings.
Oregon checks in at No. 15 behind the strength of the Jabari Brown commitment. Washington is right behind Oregon at No. 16 after landing local star Anthony Wroten.
Virginia Tech moves back into the top 20 at No. 13 after landing a commitment from four-star forward Dorian Finney-Smith.
There was also movement within the rankings.
No. 1 ranked prospect Austin Rivers propels Duke to the No. 2 spot behind Kentucky. The commitments of Ky Madden and Devonta Abron push Arkansas to No. 4. Texas added Jonathan Holmes and is ranked No. 7. And No. 14-ranked Alabama added one of the top JUCO post players in Moussa Gueye.
The SEC has six teams in the top 20, including Kentucky at No. 1. The Big East follows with four teams. The ACC, Big Ten and Pac-10 have three teams each. And the Big 12 has one representative in Texas.
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