Warning: You're going to need a scorecard.
Louisville, with three top-25 prospects in Dana Evans, Lindsey Duvall and Loretta Kakala, entered the early signing period with the No. 1 class.
Then Connecticut, which came in with commitments from Mikayla Coombs, Lexi Gordon and Andra Espinoza-Hunter, scored a signature from No. 1 Megan Walker and vaulted to the top.
But in the end, it was Tennessee.
Holly Warlick got commitments from No. 2 Evina Westbrook and No. 12 Rennia Davis during the early signing period. They joined No. 9 Anastasia Hayes and No. 55 Kasiyahna Kushkituah to form the No. 1 class in the country.
Texas, which added No. 3 Rellah Boothe to No. 4 Chasity Patterson during the early signing period, takes over at No. 3. And Louisville settles in at No. 4.
-- Dan Olson
Note: For more on each recruiting class, click the school name on the left.