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How do you sign up for college basketball recruiting classes?

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View the latest college basketball team recruiting class rankings online through Espn.com and Rivals.com free of charge. You can also use the same sources to obtain individual player rankings for each class.

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ESPN RecruitingNation and Rivals Class Team Rankings grade the top 40 and 35 Division I programs based on the commitments they have received from a respective high school class.

ESPN provides free access to the list and the number of commitments received by each school, with national and conference team comparisons, commitment breakdowns and full access to articles and tools provided to paid Insider subscriptions.

Rivals team rankings include the players signed - along with their national ranking - and a brief summary of the incoming recruiting class. A paid Rivals.com subscription gives fans access to exclusive highlights and recruiting interviews, breaking news, members-only message boards and more.

The ESPN 100 and Rivals 150 rank the top college prospects in each high school class, per the scouts and analysts of each source. Each chart includes the hometown, position, height and weight of each prospect, and the designated number of stars given to each player. Prospects that have already committed to a particular school are noted.

Fans can also use the drop down menus at Espn.com and Rivals.com to view team and player class rankings from years' past.

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