Ohio State keeps No. 1 spot in 2017 RecruitingNation Class Rankings

Urban Meyer has finished in first, either alone or in a tie, in each of his four seasons leading the Buckeyes. Jamie Sabau/Getty Images

Only Ohio State has held the top spot since the 2017 class rankings began, and with a big week on the recruiting trail, the Buckeyes are showing no signs of giving it up. A pair of commitments from ESPN 300 prospects brought the Buckeyes total to 13, and the class now includes six prospects that rank among the top five at their respective position, including new verbal Chase Young. The No. 4 DE out of Maryland has the tools to be a disruptive pass-rusher and also among the new commitments was No. 12 in-state ESPN 300 CB Amir Riep. -- Craig Haubert, ESPN National Recruiting Analyst

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