Cal and Auburn Lead Class of 2024 Verbal Commitments with 17 Each

14 months after their recruiting floodgates opened, it’s time to take stock of where the high school class of 2024 has thus far sent their verbal commitments.

NOTE: Yes, I know this list is incomplete. We currently have over 200 emails in the [email protected] inbox that we are trying to get to. If you have an announcement to make, please send it to that email address, rather than put in the comments section of this article (which I don’t read).

Leading the field as of mid-September are Cal and Auburn with 17 total verbal commitments each. Virginia has 14, while Texas and NC State are tied with 12. Kentucky (10), Tennessee (10), Louisville (10), Florida (9), Harvard (9), North Carolina (9), Northwestern (9), Stanford (8), Princeton (8), Missouri (7), Alabama (7), Wisconsin (7), Georgia (7), South Carolina (7), Indiana (7), Virginia Tech (7), and USC (7) round out the top-20ish.

All of our top-20 boys and 17 of the top-20 girls have announced their plans for the fall of 2024. NC State and Virginia are the top destinations with 7 of those verbal commitments. The Wolfpack’s class of 2028 will include boys’ #1 Kaii Winkler, #2 Daniel Diehl, #15 Nolan Dunkel, and #17 Matt Marsteiner, as well as girls’ #3 Leah Shackley, #5 Erika Pelaez, and #13 Lily Christianson. The Cavaliers have picked up verbals from #8 David King and #12 Spencer Nicholas for the men’s team and from #2 Leah Hayes, #7 Anna Moesch, #8 Katie Christopherson, #9 Bailey Hartman, and #15 Elise Clift for the women’s.

Texas (boys’ #3 Cooper Lucas, #10 Kyle Peck, #18 Jeremy Kelly, and #19 Landon D’Ariano, and girls’ #10 Piper Enge and #16 Lillie Nesty,) is in third place with 6 top-20s.

Louisville ranks fourth with 5: boys’ #13 Jake Eccleston and #14 Gregg Enoch, and girls’ #17 Caroline Larsen, #19 Camden Doane, and #20 Camille Murray.

Top Destinations for the Class of 2024 (Combined M/W)

Below you will find all the articles we have published to date about verbal commitments from the high school class of 2024. As always, you can sort by club team, college, conference, home state, school, LSC, etc. (We’re adding articles every day, so keep refreshing this page to get the latest articles!)

(NOTE: If you have a commitment to report, please send an email with a photo (landscape, or horizontal, looks best) and a quote to [email protected]. Do not leave it in the comments below.)

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6 days ago

Quality over quantity!

Tea rex
7 days ago

How many committed recruits will Stanford poach this year? (And coach to mediocrity)

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Reply to  Tea rex
6 days ago

It’s very surprising given the academic reputation

7 days ago

And Cal fans still have the audacity to complain about how Texas gets all the top recruits…

Just because Cal doesn’t maximize and develop top level talent, that doesn’t mean they aren’t acquiring it

Reply to  Andrew
7 days ago

You need to see somebody about this obsession. It’s unhealty.

Reply to  Andrew
7 days ago

Did you read the article, Andrew, or just the headline?

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Reply to  NoFastTwitch
6 days ago

Andrew read??

7 days ago

kyler heffner decommit from GT🤫

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