2024 men's college basketball recruiting rankings: Final top 25 classes

Cooper Flagg's commitment to Duke has the Blue Devils at the top of the rankings while teammate Derik Queen committed to Maryland. Photo by Jim Poorten/NBAE via Getty Images

With roster movement for the 2024-25 college basketball season finally settling down, coaches around the country are looking at the 2025, 2026 and 2027 classes. But before we fully close the book on this year's senior class, let's make one more update to the 2024 recruiting class rankings. There's been plenty of movement since January, with a half-dozen top-25 prospects picking schools. Here were the biggest storylines:

Impact of coaching changes: Before April, Kentucky had the No. 2 recruiting class in the country and Arkansas had a pair of top-60 recruits to keep them in the top 25. Two months later, the Razorbacks find themselves at No. 9 and Kentucky is nowhere to be found. That's the impact of John Calipari's move from Lexington to Fayetteville. Three of Calipari's Kentucky recruits followed him to Arkansas, while one stayed behind to play under Mark Pope. Both of Arkansas' recruits followed Eric Musselman to USC.

Arizona State's surge: Bobby Hurley and the Sun Devils came from out of nowhere to finish with the No. 6 recruiting class in the country. They were actually No. 15 back in January, but four of their five commitments at the time are no longer even in the fold. Hurley landed five-star Jayden Quaintance and then flipped Joson Sanon from Arizona. There's a lot of talent on the roster in Tempe.

UConn's reload: Dan Hurley has been the talk of the basketball world over the last week, but now we know he's going to be competing for back-to-back-to-back national championships next season. The key to his roster retooling in the spring was top-10 prospect Liam McNeeley, who had decommitted from Indiana in March. McNeeley is an elite shot-maker who will play a key role in the Huskies' offense immediately.

Is there anyone left?: While the 2024 class looked just about finished toward the end of May, two notable players went back on the board. Kanon Catchings (No. 35) received his release from Purdue, while Arizona State pledge Sammie Yeanay (No. 90) reopened his recruitment.

1. Duke Blue Devils