Oregon, UConn, Notre Dame and Syracuse started the early period of national signing week as the top four teams in the class rankings.
And that's how they'll finish signing week, too.
Oregon officially landed its five-player recruiting class of five top-33 prospects, while UConn, which landed top prospect Paige Bueckers, comes in at No. 2. Notre Dame has four prospects ranked in the top 50 and added to its recruiting class by adding Amirah Abdur-Rahim, the younger sister of former NBA player Shareef Abdur-Raheem. Syracuse is No. 4 after landing Kamilla Cardoso, a 6-foot-6 defender who is ranked the No. 5 overall prospect in the class.
Still, the early period did impact the rankings.
By landing No. 8 prospect Hailey Van Lith, Louisville jumped from No. 14 to No. 5. Rutgers went from unranked to No. 8 thanks to sixth-ranked prospect Diamond Johnson. And North Carolina climbed into the top 20 by landing Deja Kelly, the 17th-ranked prospect who chose the Tar Heels over Notre Dame.