College football recruiting: Which teams are overperforming and which are underperforming?

Brian Kelly's Fighting Irish currently have the second-ranked recruiting class in the 2022 cycle. AP Photo/Ron Jenkins

We are only five months away from college football's early signing period in December.

For the glass-half-full person, there are still 97 ESPN 300 recruits who are uncommitted. For the glass-half-empty person, 203 of the top 300 prospects are off the board and committed.

Either way, there isn't a lot of time left to fill classes and convince top targets to make a decision. Ohio State is currently leading the way with the No. 1-ranked class overall, which is not out of the ordinary.

There are quite a few programs, however, that have been recruiting above their average and are outperforming past rankings. On the other side, there are teams that are not recruiting to their typical standards and have a lot of work left to do.

Here is a look at some of the teams that are overperforming and some that are currently underperforming.