2023 Women’s DI Recruiting Rankings: Nov.

2023 Women’s DI Recruiting Rankings: Nov.
by TopDrawerSoccer
November 30, 2022

National Signing Day has come and go, officially opening the window for the class of 2023 to finalize their commitments for next fall.

There haven’t been many big surprises in women’s Division I soccer at this point. A couple of late commitment changes have impacted the latest update to the 2023 Recruiting Rankings. More changes are ahead as transfers and international signings are taken into consideration.

Check out the November update to the 2023 Women’s DI Recruiting Class Rankings.

Please send any corrections or omissions to editor@topdrawersoccer.com.

1. North Carolina (1)

Commitments: F Melina Rebimbas (PDA – No. 3), D Evelyn Shores (Tophat SC – No. 6), D Savannah King (LAFC So Cal – No. 10), F Olivia Thomas (Michigan Hawks – No. 12), F Mia Oliaro (NC Courage – No. 18), GK Abby Gundry (NC Courage – No. 24), F Ella Smith (Charlotte Independence SC)

Despite losing Jaedyn Shaw to the professional ranks, UNC still has an extremely impressive class lined up.

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