Bama on top in recruiting rankings; Auburn in top 10

Georgia ranked between 10-13

spedersen@ledger-enquirer.comFebruary 5, 2014 

1:20 p.m.: There hasn't been any change at the top of the recruiting rankings. But Auburn and Georgia have changed a little the rankings.

Auburn is ranked 10th in Rivals, ninth in Scout, seventh in 247 Sports and eighth at ESPN.

Georgia is ranked eighth in Rivals, 15th in Scout, ninth in 247 Sports and 10th at ESPN.

Here's the top 10 at 247 Sports: Alabama, LSU, Ohio State, Florida State, Texas A&M, Tennessee, Auburn, Florida, Georgia and Notre Dame.

10:20 a.m.: Alabama is still on top at No. 1 in all recruiting rankings, but Auburn has slipped one spot in at least one ranking.

Auburn is ranked No. 10 now at It was previously No. 9. Georgia also fell from No. 13 to No. 15 at Scout. But the Bulldogs moved up from No. 10 to No. 8 at 247 Sports.

8:35 a.m.: According to four recruiting websites, Alabama's 2014 national signing day class sits at the top of the rankings.

Rivals, Scout, 247 Sports and ESPN all rank Alabama's class No. 1

Auburn's ranked ninth in every one but 247 Sports, which ranks the Tigers seventh.

Georgia's highest ranking is 10th, which is in the 247 Sports and ESPN rankings. The Bulldogs are 11th in Rivals' and 13th in Scout's.

These rankings are likely to change throughout the day, but it's hard to see Bama falling from the top spot unless they lose some of their five-star players who have verbally committed to the university.

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