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2014 MAC Football Recruiting Class Rankings Update: Jan. 24 2014

Andrew Weber-US PRESSWIRE

Last week we checked in on how the MAC football recruiting classes were shaping up. There's been some movement since. Not only has there been a slew of commitments across the board, the "standings" have been shaken up. Thanks to some impressive commitments this past week, Toledo has suddenly overtaken the No. 2 spot. The Rockets have actually started to close in on Western Michigan's reign as the MAC Recruiting Kings of 2014.

Matt Campbell and his crew picked up three commits, including flipping one from Ball State. Because of that the Cardinals took a slight slide, and now sit behind WMU and Toledo. The biggest loser this week was Northern Illinois, which slipped form No. 3 to No. 6, following a few losses,including losing a coveted OL recruit to Purdue. This resulted in Ohio moving up one to No. 5 and Buffalo staying put at No. 4.

Eastern Michigan is still in last place, but is in a much better standing thanks to some big commitments that doubled the team's recruiting class size in one week.

Besides that, not much has changed in the247Sports MAC 2014 Recruiting Class Composite Rankings:

Team Total Five Star Four Star Three Star Avg Points
1 Western Michigan 27 0 0 15 80.11 149.16
2 Toledo 23 0 0 6 77.91 117.39
3 Ball State 17 0 0 6 78.67 109.21
4 Buffalo 22 0 0 7 76.65 106.98
5 Ohio 19 0 0 6 76.69 101.29
6 Northern Illinois 15 0 0 4 78.39 97.64
7 Bowling Green 19 0 0 1 77.28 91.49
8 Central Michigan 16 0 0 1 77.77 88.38
9 Massachusetts 15 0 0 4 76.6 84.4
10 Miami (OH) 13 0 0 3 76.3 70.11
11 Akron 9 0 0 3 77.6 64.26
12 Kent State 13 0 0 4 74.29 53.41
13 Eastern Michigan 8 0 0 2 75.77 44.35

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