2024 college football recruiting class rankings: Top 75 schools

The 2024 class has featured many twists and turns, with teams moving up and down the rankings. One constant, however, was Georgia, which grabbed the No. 1 spot in the initial class rankings and never relinquished it, finishing with the top class in the nation.

Despite the unexpected retirement of Nick Saban and a turbulent period in the wake of that news, Alabama, now led by Kalen DeBoer, landed the No. 2-ranked class, which featured two of the three top-rated prospects overall.

While many of the prospects were already signed coming into the first Wednesday in February, programs such as Texas A&M, Washington and Tulane were able to secure quality talent and climb in the final rankings.

The transfer portal will continue to impact this class, but for the 2024 prospects, the focus turns to on-field performance and who can meet or even exceed expectations and make an impact for their new team. On the recruiting trail, the 2025 prospects now take center stage, and the process begins again as the hunt for the next top-ranked class is officially underway.

Here are our final top 75 class rankings.

1. Georgia Bulldogs

ESPN 300 commits: 21 | Previous ranking: 1

Top offensive commit: TE Jaden Reddell (No. 51)
Top defensive commit: CB Ellis Robinson IV (No. 1)