Which colleges are recruiting best?

We’re still waiting for the best programs in college swimming, gymnastics, volleyball, diving, track and field, and soccer.

We asked our experts to pick the best schools to recruit.

Here’s what they had to say.1.

Michigan Wolverines: In 2018, the Wolverines had four top-100 recruits on the gridiron, including two of their top five.

They also had three top-five players from the class of 2019, including the team’s leading scorer, Jahlil Okafor, who went to Florida.

Okafor had a breakout season at Michigan, leading the Wolverids to a pair of Big Ten championships.

He also had the most assists in program history, averaging 14.6 points per game.

Okafore, now the No. 1 overall pick in the 2019 NBA draft, is averaging 17.7 points per contest and shooting 46.4 percent from three.2.

Texas Longhorns: The Longhorns are now in the Top 25, which means they have four Top 10 recruits in the class.

This year’s class has nine players with offers, including one of the top two high school players in the country in Sam Hauser, who had offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Georgia Tech, Michigan State, Missouri, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, USC and Wisconsin.

The Longhorn coaching staff has been incredibly patient with Hauser since he came to campus.

Hauser is one of seven players who have started all four games for the Longhorns, and he’s one of four players who has a start of more than 20 games.

Hauster is the only Longhorn to start all four seasons since 2001, when he started at left guard.3.

UCLA Bruins: The Bruins are in the midst of a recruiting renaissance with the addition of three-star wide receiver Laquon Treadwell from the Chicago Bears.

The Bruins have also landed two players from this class: linebacker Jaylon Williams, who is a top-10 player in the 2018 class, and offensive tackle K.J. Hill, who has also committed to the Bruins.

Williams was ranked as the No 1 player in this class, while Hill was No. 2.

Williams and Hill are the first Bruin commitments since the school’s legendary coach, Jim Mora, and his son, Laquons.

The Mora family has made UCLA a perennial national title contender and was a part of the UCLA team that won the national championship in 2000.4.

Arizona Wildcats: The Wildcats are still looking for a top talent in the Class of 2019 and it starts with a big name in the form of five-star linebacker Jourdan Lewis, who committed to Arizona in the summer.

Lewis is a four-star recruit who is ranked as a five-stars prospect by Scout and Scout’s Top 50 recruit.

Lewis played for the New York Giants and is rated as the nation’s No. 5 outside linebacker.

Lewis’ recruitment was aided by the presence of five other Arizona recruits, including three-time national champions quarterback Tyrell Williams and linebacker Jalen Ramsey.5.

Florida Gators: The Gators have already landed three-stars defensive end Jordan Willis from the Miami Dolphins and two-star cornerback T.J., who is rated the No 2 corner in the nation.

The Gators also added two-time All-America cornerback Xavier Sanders and four-year letterman Chris Jones.

The Florida staff is looking to get a pair more defensive backs in the fall, and the Gators have added two other four-stars recruits, receiver Rashard Higgins and cornerback Trae Elston.6.

Arizona State Sun Devils: The Sun Devils have landed four-plus players in 2018, including a pair who went on to play for the Arizona Cardinals.

The Sun Devil coaching staff is still waiting on some top recruits from this group, as quarterback Nick Johnson and receiver K.K. Johnson both had offers.

Johnson is one year away from playing in the NFL, while Johnson and Johnson have both committed to USC.

Johnson will be a junior next year and Johnson is a true freshman this year.7.

Missouri Tigers: The Tigers have three top 100 recruits in this year’s Class of 2020, including six-star receiver Jordan Williams, a four star prospect from the St. Louis Rams, who was ranked in our Top 50 player in 2018.

Williams is also a three-year starter at receiver and is ranked by Rivals as the top receiver in the SEC and the No, 8 overall player in Missouri.8.

Oklahoma Sooners: The Sooners have two top 100 players in this draft class, with quarterback Patrick Mahomes coming out on top of the class and three-way star wide receiver Tre Bryant from the Cleveland Browns.

Bryant is the No 18 player in our top 50.

Bryant was also a consensus top 100 prospect in the 2017 class, but he struggled mightily in his senior year with injuries and dropped off significantly in 2018 and 2019.9.

Florida State Seminoles: The Semin

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