As of today (or actually as of 5/23/12), there are 72 recruits listed as having committed for the 2014 class. So while things are starting to move for that class, it is WAY to early to say anything meaningful about how the the class will shape up for the various D-I college teams. This is because there are yet huge numbers of quality players who have yet to announce a commitment. The first opportunity to get any kind of a meaningful read on the best classes will be in mid September when the total number of commits is about 200. (And even that will be tentative.) On the other hand it is interesting to note where a few of the top players have committed. Duke's run to the College Cup finals last fall seems to be paying big dividends. The Blue Devils most recently picked up TDS #3 player, U-17 national team member Morgan Reid. Prior to that they had already nabbed #6 Imani Dorsey, U-17 pool player Ashton Miller, and top 100 Schulyer DeBree and Abagail Pyne. With 5 players with national team experience already committed, Duke is off to a fabulous start. Always in the mix for top recruiting honors is Stanford which has already picked up two starters from the U-17 national team for it's 2014 class ranked nationally at the top of the list by TDS at 1 and 2. The Cardinal also have a commitment from U-16 national camper Jaye Boissiere, and it is a very safe bet that Paul Ratcliffe will pick up a handfull of other top talent to go with his #1 ranked 2013 class. Cal has nabbed 5 solid 2014s with 4 of those with national youth team experience. After that it falls off rapidly. TAMU has two solid recruits as does Notre Dame. A number of teams have a bunch of 2014 recruits, but not with the credentials of the schools listed above. But as I said above, it's way too early to make too much of who is going where in 2014. Lots can and will change.