The majority of men’s college programs have announced and finalized their recruiting classes for 2013, as the new season of college soccer draws near by the day.
A few late changes have shuffled the rankings, as switched commitments and pro deals left their mark on a few major programs. Defender Matthew Miazga, who was committed to Michigan, elected to sign a professional contract with New York Red Bulls via the Homegrown initiative.
The late rise of Sounders Academy midfielder Jordan Morris has helped nudge Stanford’s class into the top 10, while UCLA’s loss of Paul Arriola to Club Tijuana was softened by Brian Iloski joining the Bruins class of 2013.
With official commitments all but set, it’s one last chance to evaluate and project, mainly based off of the TopDrawerSoccer.com IMG Academy Top 150 for the class of 2013, how each respective class will fare in the college ranks.
Here is the final top 35 recruiting class rankings for 2013: