Class rankings: Gamecocks No. 12

February 5, 2009 

South Carolina's strong 2009 recruiting class earned in the No. 12 spot in the class rankings produced by the nation's major recruiting service.

Here's how the rankings shaped up as of 7 p.m. Wednesday.

    Rivals.com
  • 1. Alabama
  • 2. LSU
  • 3. Southern Cal
  • 4. Ohio State
  • 5. Texas
  • 6. Florida State
  • 7. Michigan
  • 8. North Carolina
  • 9. Georgia
  • 10. Florida
  • 11. Miami
  • 12. South Carolina
  • 13. Oklahoma
  • 14. Arkansas
  • 15. Michigan State
  • 16. UCLA
  • 17. Mississippi
  • 18. Auburn
  • 19. Stanford
  • 20. Notre Dame
  • 21. Texas A&M
  • 22. Mississippi State
  • 23. Tennessee
  • 24. Virginia Tech
  • 25. Penn State

    Scout.com
  • 1. Ohio State
  • 2. Alabama
  • 3. LSU
  • 4. Southern Cal
  • 5. North Carolina
  • 6. Texas
  • 7. UCLA
  • 8. Georgia
  • 9. Oklahoma
  • 10. Penn State
  • 11. Texas A&M
  • 12. South Carolina
  • 13. Michigan
  • 14. Stanford
  • 15. Auburn
  • 16. Mississippi
  • 17. Florida State
  • 18. Mississippi State
  • 19. Arkansas
  • 20. Miami
  • 21. Florida
  • 22. Tennessee
  • 23. West Virginia
  • 24. Notre Dame
  • 25. South Florida

    ESPN.com
  • 1. LSU
  • 2. Southern Cal
  • 3. Texas
  • 4. Ohio State
  • 5. Florida
  • 6. Miami (FL)
  • 7. Georgia
  • 8. Alabama
  • 9. Oklahoma
  • 10. Florida State
  • 11. North Carolina
  • 12. South Carolina
  • 13. Notre Dame
  • 14. Michigan
  • 15. Penn State
  • 16. Tennessee
  • 17. Clemson
  • 18. Arkansas
  • 19. Rutgers
  • 20. Virginia Tech
  • 21. Michigan State
  • 22. Illionois
  • 23. Stanford
  • 24. South Florida
  • 25. Mississippi

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