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2013 Mountain West football recruiting rankings: Second place is up in the air

The faxes are coming in and there has been some movement already in the Mountain West rankings.

Russ Isabella-US PRESSWIRE

National signing day is still in full effect, and most of the schools have received all of their faxed letters of intent. With that comes more updates to how the Mountain West ranks with their classes.

It still looks like Boise State is going to wint the 2013 season, but there is a battle for that second through fourth spots between San Diego State, Hawai'i and Fresno State. The schools are within four points of each other, and there is still more time today for that change once all the signed faxes are accounted for.

Air Force has made a big jump to move up to the No. 8 spot, however their official list is held back and players can not be announced until they arrive on campus this summer.

Here is 247Sports composite rankings so far:

Team ▼ Total ▼ Five Star▼ Four Star▼ Three Star▼ Avg ▼ Points ▼
1
1
Boise StateBoise State 25 0 0 21 82.92 684.31
2
3
San Diego StateSan Diego State 22 0 0 15 81.09 668.55
3
2
Fresno StateFresno State 29 0 0 15 79.99 664.78
4
4
HawaiiHawaii 26 0 0 11 79.86 664.37
5
5
Colorado StateColorado State 22 0 0 13 79.89 658.61
6
6
NevadaNevada 19 0 0 6 79.25 652.40
7
7
New MexicoNew Mexico 22 0 0 9 78.89 652.19
8
11
Air ForceAir Force 38 0 0 5 76.53 643.89
9
8
UNLVUNLV 17 0 0 5 78.81 642.00
10
9
Utah StateUtah State 17 0 0 6 78.42 638.45
11
10
WyomingWyoming 19 0 0 4 78.07 638.05
12
12
San Jose StateSan Jose State 9 0 0 2 78.18 540.24

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