Updated College Football Team Recruiting Rankings for 2023

We’re just over three months away from the early signing period opening for college football teams to officially land their verbal commitments as they’ll soon turn into the next stars for each respective team.  

There is meat left on the bone for plenty of teams across the country but how is the top-30 in terms of team rankings shaping up?

Plenty of traditional powerhouses find themselves towards the top of the list while some power programs require you look further down than you’d probably expect.  

As of September 20, 2022, here is a look at the top 30 ranked team recruiting classes for the 2023 recruiting cycle courtesy of 247Sports.

The numbers in parenthesis represent the number of five, four, and three star commitments each program has in the class, respectively

30. Stanford: 13 commits (0, 6, 7) 29. Michigan: 14 commits (0, 7, 7)

28. Iowa: 17 commits (1, 1, 15) 27. Northwestern: 20 commits (0, 4, 16)

26. TCU: 19 commits (0, 3, 16) 25. Washington: 19 commits (0, 4, 15)

24. Texas A&M: 11 commits (1, 7, 3) 23. Cincinnati: 21 commits (0, 3, 18)

22. Florida State: 14 commits (0, 6, 8) 21. Michigan State: 14 commits (0, 10, 4)

20. North Carolina: 18 commits (0, 7, 11) 19. Texas Tech: 28 commits (0, 3, 23)

18. Baylor: 25 commits (0, 3, 22) 17. Louisville: 15 commits (1, 7, 6)

16. Arkansas: 23 commits (0, 8, 15) 15. South Carolina: 20 commits (0, 10, 10)

14. USC: 17 commits (2, 7, 8) 13. Oregon: 18 commits (2, 10, 6)

12. Penn State: 20 commits (0, 14, 6) 11. Florida: 20 commits (0, 18, 2)

10. Miami (FL): 17 commits (1, 8, 8) 9. Tennessee: 21 commits (1, 11, 9)

8. Clemson: 20 commits (2, 15, 3) 7. LSU: 22 commits (0, 18, 4)

6. Oklahoma: 22 commits (2, 12, 8) 5. Ohio State: 20 commits (1, 17, 2)

4. Georgia: 19 commits (1, 19, 3) 3. Notre Dame: 23 commits (1, 19, 3)

2. Texas: 22 commits (3, 13, 6) 1. Alabama: 22 commits (5, 13, 4)

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