Now that the Class of 2008 is in school and preparing for the season, Rivals.com has recalculated its final team recruiting rankings to account for prospects who did not make it to campus with the rest of their classmates.
With the loss of several key recruits, including two four-star players to professional baseball, Alabama - the nation's No. 1 team on Signing Day - slides to No. 2. Notre Dame, which didn't lose a single recruit, pushes up to No. 1.
Three teams slid out of the top 25 because of academic casualties. Minnesota dropped from No. 17 to No. 35 after five prospects, including elite quarterback MarQueis Gray, didn't make it in. Auburn slipped from No. 20 and South Carolina fell out from No. 22.
Oklahoma State, which lost only Alfred Dupree, improved from 26th to 19th. Pittsburgh moved from 28th to 20th and Boston College climbed from No. 33 to No. 24.
Here is the enrolled top 25.