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Oklahoma State enters team rankings

Oklahoma State is the latest addition to the 247Sports Top 45 team recruiting rankings.

Stevie Clark will join Detrick Mostella in a potent scoring backcourt.

The Cowboys take the No. 16 slot behind the recent addition of four-star guards Detrick Mostella and Stevie Clark.

Prior to this latest update of the rankings, Louisville moved to No. 3 behind the new five-star rankings of guards Terry Rozier and Chris Jones.

North Carolina jumped to No. 8 with the signing of top 50 prospect Kennedy Meeks.

Syracuse rose to No. 11 with the addition of top 30 prospect Tyler Roberson.

North Carolina State moved to No. 15 after signing four-star center BeeJay Anya.

Brand new to the 247Sports Top 40 team rankings are UTEP, Manhattan and UC Irvine. Each school landed a five-star prospects during the early signing period.

UC Irvine landed No. 14 ranked Mamadou Ndiaye, putting its one-man class at No. 37 in the rankings.

UTEP signed No. 16 ranked Isaac Hamilton, placing the Miners at No. 12 in the rankings.

Aaron Harrison is the top ranked Wildcat.

Manhattan sits at No. 25 after signing elite junior college guard Chris Thomas.

The SEC is the top conference in the top 40 of the 247Sports 2013 national team recruiting rankings. Kentucky sits above all with the No. 3, 4, 10 and 11-ranked prospects in its five-man class.

Florida and LSU join Kentucky in the top 10.

SEC schools Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee and Alabama are also in the rankings.

1. Kentucky
SG Aaron Harrison (#3 247Sports/ #5 247Composite)
PG Andrew Harrison (#4 247Sports/ #4 247Composite)
PF Marcus Lee (#10 247Sports/ #23 247Composite)
SG James Young (#11 247Sports/ #11 247Composite)
SF Derek Willis (#78 247Sports/ #118 247Composite)

Coach John Calipari is on pace to land a fourth consecutive No. 1 recruiting class. All five Kentucky recruits could play on the court together.

2. Kansas
SG Brannen Greene (#18 247Sports/ #25 247Composite)
SG Wayne Selden (#26 247Sports/ #18 247Composite)
SG Conner Frankamp (#41 247Sports/ #37 247Composite)
C Joel Embiid (#51 247Sports/ #136 247Composite)
PG Frank Mason (#82 247Sports/ #160 247Composite)

A pair of sharpshooters in Greene and Frankamp are headed to Kansas. Selden and Mason provide a healthy dose of physicality for Coach Bill Self, who also snagged a promising big man in Embiid.

Noah Vonleh is Indiana's elite recruit.

3. Louisville
PG Terry Rozier (#17 247Sports/ #91 247Composite)
PG Chris Jones (Five-star with a #98 grade junior college)
SG Anton Gill (#50 247Sports/ #42 247Composite)
PF Akoy Agau (#100 247Sports/ #111 247Composite)

A junior college All-American and five-star prospect, Chris Jones is the leader of the future for Coach Rick Pitino while fellow guard Terry Rozier is also a five-star whose stock is on the rise.

4. Memphis
PF Austin Nichols (#27 247Sports/ #24 247Composite)
SF Kuran Iverson (#30 247Sports/ #26 247Composite)
SF Nick King (#53 247Sports/ #32 247Composite)
SG Markel Crawford (#74 247Sports/ #122 247Composite)
PG Rashawn Powell (#101 247Sports/ #85 247Composite)

Coach Josh Pastner has five positions covered with his five-man class, led by highly skilled forwards Kuran Iverson and Austin Nichols.

5. Indiana
PF Noah Vonleh (#8 247Sports/ #8 247Composite)
SG Troy Williams (#38 247Sports/ #34 247Composite)
SG Stanford Robinson (#66 247Sports/ #57 247Composite)
PF Luke Fischer (#142 247Sports/ #120 247Composite)
SF Devin Davis (#184 247Sports/ #172 247Composite)
SF Collin Hartman (#210 247Sports/ #229 247Composite)

Indiana has some scoring pop in the backcourt with Williams and Robinson, but Tom Crean's prize recruit is elite forward Noah Vonleh.

6. Florida
PG Kasey Hill (#6 247Sports/ #9 247Composite)
PF Chris Walker (#9 247Sports/ #110 247Composite)

Coach Billy Donovan dipped into his home state for two elite prospects.

Kennedy Meeks gave UNC's class a bump.

7. LSU
SF Jarrell Martin (#23 247Sports/ #13 247Composite)
PF Jordan Mickey (#29 247Sports/ #35 247Composite)
PG Tim Quarterman (#79 247Sports/ #72 247Composite)
PF Deng Deng (Not rated junior college)
C John Odoh (Not rated junior college)

Johnny Jones has a recruiting class full of athletic big men and a point guard with size.

8. North Carolina
PF Isaiah Hicks (#12 247Sports/ #12 247Composite)
C Kennedy Meeks (#49 247Sports/ #36 247Composite)
PG Nate Britt Jr. (#57 247Sports/ #60 247Composite)

Hicks and Meeks provide legitimate size for Coach Roy Williams while Britt Jr. is a heady playmaker.

9. Marquette
SG Jajuan Johnson (#47 247Sports/ #53 247Composite)
SF Deonte Burton (#54 247Sports/ #52 247Composite)
PG Duane Wilson (#83 247Sports/ #64 247Composite)
PF Jameel McKay (Four-star with a #90 grade junior college)
PG John Dawson (#80 grade/ #248 247Composite)

This strong Marquette recruiting class is marked with the toughness that Buzz Williams values.

10. Baylor
PF Dominic Woodson (#34 247Sports/ #46 247Composite)
SF Ishmail Wainright (#63 247Sports/ #45 247Composite)
PF Johnathan Motley (#84 247Sports/ #132 247Composite)

Scott Drew has a formidable and diverse front line in place.

11. Syracuse
SF Tyler Roberson (#28 247Sports/ #29 247Composite)
PG Tyler Ennis (#40 247Sports/ #28 247Composite)
SG Ron Patterson (#163 247Sports/ #184 247Composite)
C Chinonso Obokoh (#178 247Sports/ #187 247Composite)
SF B.J. Johnson (#232 247Sports/ #196 247Composite)

Roberson is a rebounding machine, and Ennis is a heady, college-ready point guard in a recruiting class with some promising prospects.

12. UTEP
SG Isaac Hamilton (#16 247Sports/ #19 247Composite)
SF Vince Hunter (#113 247Sports/ #103 247Composite)
SG Andre Spight (#205 247Sports/ #203 247Composite)
SG Jacob Thomas (#81 grade junior college)
SF Jake Flaggert (#80 grade/ NA 247Composite)
PG Josh Brown (#80 grade/ NA 247Composite)

Tim Floyd pulled off a major recruiting coup in landing five-star guard Isaac Hamilton.

13. Arkansas
PF Bobby Portis (#24 247Sports/ #15 247Composite)
C Moses Kingsley (#33 247Sports/ #47 247Composite)

Coach Mike Anderson has landed the top inside duo in the country.

14. Duke
SF Semi Ojeleye (#22 247Sports/ #27 247Composite)
SG Matt Jones (#58 247Sports/ #39 247Composite)

Ojeleye gives Coach Mike Krzyzewski an physical combo forward he hasn't had in recent years. Jones, on the other hand, will be another Duke sharpshooter.

15. North Carolina State
PG Anthony Barber (#32 247Sports/ #16 247Composite)
C BeeJay Anya (#52 247Sports/ #44 247Composite)
PF Kyle Washington (#76 247Sports/ #74 247Composite)

Mark Gottfried continues to recruit well at North Carolina State with an impressive inside/outside duo in 2013.

16. Oklahoma State
SG Detrick Mostella (#42 247Sports/ #89 247Composite)
SF Leyton Hammonds (#105 247Sports/ #149 247Composite)
PG Stevie Clark (#109 247Sports/ #77 247Composite)

Led by scoring guard Detrick Mostella, all three of Oklahoma State's recruits know how to put the ball in the basket.

17. Illinois
SG Kendrick Nunn (#67 247Sports/ #55 247Composite)
PF Austin Colbert (#98 247Sports/ #133 247Composite)
SG Malcolm Hill (#103 247Sports/ #75 247Composite)
PG Jaylon Tate (#132 247Sports/ #212 247Composite)
PF Maverick Morgan (#182 247Sports/ #159 247Composite)

Coach John Groce has a couple of tough, physical guards in Nunn and Hill, which highlight the Illinois recruiting class.

18. Michigan
SG Zak Irvin (#35 247Sports/ #38 247Composite)
PG Derrick Walton (#75 247Sports/ #49 247Composite)
PF Mark Donnal (#149 247Sports/ #88 247Composite)

Irvin is a do-everything type perimeter player, while Walton will provide strong floor leadership for Coach John Beilein.

19. California
SG Jabari Bird (#25 247Sports/ #20 247Composite)
SG Jordan Mathews (#110 247Sports/ #135 247Composite)
PG Sam Singer (#122 247Sports/ #180 247Composite)

Bird, a do-everything backcourt player, is the jewel of Mike Montgomery's recruiting class.

20. Missouri
PF Johnathan Williams III (#55 247Sports/ #43 247Composite)
PG Wesley Clark (#93 247Sports/ #93 247Composite)
PF Torren Jones (#95 247Sports/ #154 247Composite)

Frank Haith is bringing in three four-star prospects who should play well together.

21. Notre Dame
PG Demetrius Jackson (#61 247Sports/ #30 247Composite)
SF V.J. Beachem (#102 247Sports/ #78 247Composite)
SG Steve Vasturia (#173 247Sports/ #114 247Composite)
PF Austin Torres(#80 grade/ #278 247Composite)

Mike Brey found his point guard of the future in Jackson.

22. Tennessee
SG Robert Hubbs (#15 247Sports/ #21 247Composite)
SF A.J. Davis (#187 247Sports/ #231 247Composite)
PG Travon Landry (#81 grade/ #258 247Composite)

Hubbs will be an immediate-impact scorer for Cuonzo Martin.

23. Arizona
SF Rondae Jefferson (#19 247Sports/ #14 247Composite)
SG Elliott Pitts (#148 247Sports/ #101 247Composite)

Jefferson would love to have the success that Derrick Williams had under Sean Miller.

24. Maryland
PG Roddy Peters (#20 247Sports/ #40 247Composite)
C Damonte Dodd (#175 247Sports/ #127 247Composite)

Mark Turgeon didn't land the Harrison twins, but he did land a five-star point guard.

25. Manhattan
SG Chris Thomas (Five-star with a #99 grade junior college)
PG Tyler Wilson (Not rated)

Five-star guard Chris Thomas could be a program changer for Manhattan.

26. West Virginia
PF Elijah Macon (#87 247Sports/ #71 247Composite)
PF Devin Williams (#85 247Sports/ #79 247Composite)
PF Brandon Watkins (#144 247Sports/ #145 247Composite)
PF Nathan Adrian (#81 grade/ #255 247Composite)

Bobby Huggins has length and strength in this foursome of forwards.

27. BYU
C Eric Mika (#43 247Sports/ #662247Composite)
PG Nick Emery (#125 247Sports/ #83 247Composite)
PF Braiden Shaw (#217 247Sports/ #228 247Composite)
PF Jakob Hartsock (#244 247Sports/ #204 247Composite)
C Luke Worthington (#82 grade/ #267 247Composite)

Mika is a tremendously promising big man while Emery is a sharpshooter.

28. UCLA
SG Allerik Freeman (#68 247Sports/ #58 247Composite)
SG Zach Lavine (#81 247Sports/ #50 247Composite)
SF Noah Allen (#221 247Sports/ #209 247Composite)

Ben Howland has a couple of guards with some versatility to their games at the forefront of UCLA's class.

29. Florida State
SG Xavier Rathan-Mayes (#44 247Sports/ #31 247Composite)
PF Jarquez Smith (#99 247Sports/ #86 247Composite)

Rathan-Mayes is guaranteed to put up points for Leonard Hamilton.

30. Purdue
SG Kendall Stephens (#77 247Sports/ #65 247Composite)
PG Bryson Scott (#94 247Sports/ #100 247Composite)
SF Basil Smotherman (#237 247Sports/ #201 247Composite)

Matt Painter has a tough leader in Scott who will play alongside a sharpshooter in Stephens.

31. UNLV
PF Christian Wood (#62 247Sports/ #51 247Composite)
SG Jelan Kendrick (#92 grade junior college)

Wood is a stretch four with superior shooting touch, and Kendrick will try to reach his potential with a new team.

32. Ohio State
SF Marc Loving (#71 247Sports/ #61 247Composite)
SG Kameron Williams (#86 247Sports/ #73 247Composite)

Both Loving and Williams know how to get the ball into the basket.

33. Wisconsin
PG Bronson Koenig (#70 247Sports/ #92 247Composite)
PF Nigel Hayes (#136 247Sports/ #173 247Composite)
PF Vitto Brown (#204 247Sports/ #232 247Composite)
SG Riley Dearring (#246 247Sports/ #22 247Composite)
SG Jordan Hill (#80 grade/ #285 247Composite)

Scoring lead guard Bronson Koenig leads Bo Ryan's five-man class.

34. South Florida
C John Egbunu (#69 247Sports/ #68 247Composite)
C Chris Perry (#147 247Sports/ #121 247Composite)
SF Byron Zeigler (#188 247Sports/ #189 247Composite)
PG Drew Davis (Not rated)
PG Josh Heath (Not rated)
SF Dre'Kalo Clayton (Not rated)

Egbunu and Perry are low-post players with great size.

35. South Carolina
SG Sindarius Thornwell (#37 247Sports/ #33 247Composite)
PF Desmond Ringer (#164 247Sports/ #179 247Composite)
SG Justin McKie (#78 grade/ #304 247Composite)

Thornwell is a physical competitor who should make an instant impact for Frank Martin.

36. Georgia Tech
SG Solomon Poole (#39 247Sports/ #41 247Composite)
SF Quinton Stephens (#189 247Sports/ #186 247Composite)

Poole is one of the more athletic backcourt prospects in the class while Stephens is a long, versatile forward.

37. UC Irvine
C Mamadou Ndiaye (#14 247Sports/ #98 247Composite)

If Ndiaye can stay healthy, he will be a program changer for UC Irvine.

38. Iowa State
SG Matt Thomas (#96 247Sports/ #59 247Composite)
PG Monte Morris (#116 247Sports/ #82 247Composite)
SF Dustin Hogue (Not rated junior college)

Thomas is one of the top shooters in the class.

39. Alabama
C Jimmie Taylor (#72 247Sports/ #63 247Composite)
PF Shannon Hale (#106 247Sports/ #97 247Composite)

Anthony Grant has a foundation of size in his 2013 class.

40. Washington
PG Nigel Williams-Gross (#59 247Sports/ #66 247Composite)
CG Darin Johnson (#145 247Sports/ #106 247Composite)

Williams-Gross and Johnson are a couple of guards with a range of talents.

41. USC
PG Kendal Harris (#73 247Sports/ #109 247Composite)
SG Roschon Prince (#123 247Sports/ #134 247Composite)
PG Julian Jacobs (#82 grade/ NA 247Composite)
PG Kahlil Dukes (#80 grade/ #273 247Composite)

USC has a quality backcourt in place with Harris and Prince.

42. Connecticut
PF Kentan Facey (#92 247Sports/ #96 247Composite)
PG Terrence Samuel (#119 247Sports/ #137 247Composite)

Facey and Samuel are regional prospects with national caliber games.

43. SMU
C Yanick Mreira (Four-star with a #99 grade junior college)
SG Sterling Brown (#151 247Sports/ #112 247Composite)
PF Ben Moore (#223 247Sports/ #128 247Composite)

Larry Brown is off to a solid recruiting start at SMU.

44. Villanova
PF Kris Jenkins (#114 247Sports/ #76 247Composite)
SF Josh Hart (#126 247Sports/ #99 247Composite)

Both Jenkins and Hart create a nucleus of toughness in Jay Wright's recruiting class.

45. Virginia
PG Devon Hall (#65 247Sports/ #95 247Composite)
PG London Perrantes (#170 247Sports/ #126 247Composite)

Tony Bennett has two quality point guards who could also play together.

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