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Signing Day: Class of 2023 rankings for men, women

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In college golf, National Signing Day is technically National Signing Week.

The early signing period for men's and women's college golf runs Nov. 9-16, and most of the top recruits in the country will be signing their national letters of intent with their respective programs.

As the signings come in, Golf Channel's Brentley Romine ranks his top 25 recruits and top 10 classes:

WOMEN’S INDIVIDUAL

1. Bailey Shoemaker, USC

2. Paula Martin Sampedro, Stanford

3. Cayetana Fernandez Garcia-Poggio, Texas A&M

4. Kaitlyn Schroeder, Alabama

5. Maria Jose Marin Negrete, Arkansas

6. Savannah de Bock, Georgia

7. Kiara Romero, Oregon

8. Charlotte Back, Arizona

9. Variana Heck, South Carolina

10. Katie Li, Duke

11. Jaclyn Laha, Virginia

12. Jeneath Wong, Pepperdine

13. Selina Liao, Texas

14. Ines Archer, Florida

15. Maylis Lamoure, South Carolina

16. Macy Pate, Wake Forest

17. Keeley Marx, Iowa State

18. Constance Fouillet, Cal

19. Maria Cabanillas, Arizona

20. Lauren Kim, Texas

21. Brooke Rivers, Wake Forest

22. Frances Kim, USC

23. Sara Im, Vanderbilt

24. Celine Sanne, Georgia

25. Farah O'Keefe, Texas

WOMEN’S TEAM

1. Georgia: Savannah de Bock, Celine Sanne, Natachanok Tunwannarux

2. South Carolina: Vairana Heck, Maylis Lamoure

3. Texas: Selina Liao, Lauren Kim, Farah O’Keefe

4. USC: Bailey Shoemaker, Frances Kim

5. Arizona: Charlotte Back, Maria Cabanillas

6. Wake Forest: Macy Pate, Brooke Rivers

7. Tennessee: Angela Arora, Martina Lopez-Lanchares Echezarreta, Sofie Bindner Engeseth

8. Stanford: Paula Martin Sampedro

9. Alabama: Kaitlyn Schroeder, Harriet Lockley

10. Oregon: Kiara Romero, Karen Tsuru


MEN’S INDIVIDUAL

1. Eric Lee, Cal

2. Wenyi Ding, Arizona State

3. Jackson Koivun, Auburn

4. Preston Stout, Oklahoma State

5. Aaron Pounds, Texas A&M

6. Pongsapak Laopakdee, Arizona State

7. Ethan Gao, Stanford

8. Tommy Morrison, Texas

9. Bryan Kim, Duke

10. PJ Maybank, Oklahoma

11. Carson Kim, USC

12. Max Herendeen, Illinois

13. Johnnie Clark, Oklahoma State

14. Carl Siemens, Arizona

15. Jean-Philippe Parr, Tennessee

16. Gaven Lane, Oklahoma State

17. Finn Koelle, Washington

18. Rylan Shim, Florida

19. Ethan Fang, Cal

20. Nicholas Prieto, Arizona State

21. Ryder Cowan, Oklahoma

22. Cayden Pope, Auburn

23. Connor Williams, Arizona State

24. Alejandro Fierro, Mississippi State

25. Cooper Jones, BYU

MEN’S TEAM

1. Arizona State: Wenyi Ding, Pongsapak Laopakdee, Nicholas Prieto, Anawin Pikulthong, Connor Williams

2. Oklahoma State: Preston Stout, Johnnie Clark, Gaven Lane

3. Cal: Eric Lee, Ethan Fang, Tyler Lee, Sihao Cong

4. Auburn: Jackson Koivun, Cayden Pope, Josiah Gilbert

5. Oklahoma: PJ Maybank, Ryder Cowan, Connor Henry

6. Texas A&M: Aaron Pounds, Jack Usner, Jake Maggert

7. Stanford: Ethan Gao, Kush Arora

8. Florida: Rylan Shim, Jack Turner, Jay Brooks

9. Wake Forest: Marco Florioli, Tom Haberer, Kyle Haas

10. Texas: Tommy Morrison, Jack Gilbert, Ben DeLaRosa