Wednesday is National Signing Day when recruits across the country will officially commit to colleges.

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There will be much made of recruiting ratings, as schools have been battling to land the most four- and five-star prospects. Obviously, landing more top recruits gives better odds for team success and those top prospects are projected to be on the fast track to the NFL.

A review of the recruiting ratings shows that the Giants’ roster is comprised of players from every level. Here’s a look at the recruiting ratings for every Giants player, according to 247Sports’ composite ratings:

5 stars — 4

S Landon Collins (Alabama)
LB Devon Kennard (USC)
DE Owa Odighizuwa (UCLA)
DE Ishaq Williams (Notre Dame)

Breakdown: This group shows that recruiting ratings are no sure thing. Collins developed into an All-Pro in his second season, but even he was a second round pick. Kennard is the only other starter in this group.

4 stars — 14

CB Eli Apple (Ohio State)
WR Odell Beckham Jr. (LSU)
OL Ereck Flowers (Miami)
DB Leon Hall (Michigan)
OL Bobby Hart (Florida State)
CB Janoris Jenkins (Florida/North Alabama)
OL John Jerry (Ole Miss)
WR Tavarres King (Georgia)
DE Jason Pierre-Paul (South Florida)
LB Keenan Robinson (Texas)
WR Sterling Shepard (Oklahoma)
DE Olivier Vernon (Miami)
S Mykkele Thompson (Texas)
RB Shane Vereen (Cal)

Breakdown: This group is full of players that lived up Ensobet to their recruiting ratings. Beckham actually was underrated, as he’s off to a historic start to his career. There are plenty of other high-level players in this group.

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3 stars — 20

TE Jerell Adams (South Carolina)
S Nat Berhe (San Diego State)
LB B.J. Goodson (Clemson)
DT Johnathan Hankins (Ohio State)
WR Dwayne Harris (East Carolina)
LB Mark Herzlich (Boston College)
WR Roger Lewis (Bowling Green)
DE Romeo Okwara (Notre Dame)
RB Paul Perkins (UCLA)
S Eric Pinkins (San Diego State)
LB Kelvin Sheppard (LSU)
LB Deontae Skinner (Mississippi State)
DT Robert Thomas (Arkansas)
TE Will Tye (Florida State/Stony Brook)
CB Trevin Wade (Arizona)
P Brad Wing (LSU)
RB Orleans Darkwa (Tulane)
TE Matt LaCosse (Illinois)
LB Uani ‘Unga (Oregon State/BYU)
S Darian Thompson (Boise State)

Breakdown: This is a solid group of players that reflect their three-star ratings.

2 stars — 12

S Andrew Adams (UConn)
OL Will Beatty (UConn)
LB Jonathan Casillas (Wisconsin)
WR Victor Cruz (UMass)
RB Rashad Jennings (Pitt/Liberty)
OL Marshall Newhouse (TCU)
OL Justin Pugh (Syracuse)
OL Weston Richburg (Colorado State)
CB Coty Sensabaugh (Clemson)
RB George Winn (Cincinnati)
QB Ryan Nassib (Syracuse)
FB Nikita Whitlock (Wake Forest)

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Breakdown: This is a group full of overachievers. There are undrafted players that have enjoyed NFL success, including Cruz and Casillas. Others, like Pugh and Richburg, developed into early draft picks while in college.

1 star — 0

0 stars — 14

DT Jay Bromley (Syracuse)
LS Zak DeOssie (Brown)
TE Larry Donnell (Grambling State)
K Robbie Gould (Penn State)
DT Damon Harrison (William Penn)
QB Josh Johnson (San Diego)
OL Brett Jones (Regina, Canada)
RB Bobby Rainey (Western Kentucky)
CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (Tennessee State)
DE Kerry Wynn (Richmond)
WR Ben Edwards (Richmond)
TE Will Johnson (West Virginia)
LB J.T. Thomas (West Virginia)
QB Eli Manning (Ole Miss)*

Breakdown: These are the biggest underdog stories. Harrison and Rodgers-Cromartie have developed into All-Pros after being completely overlooked in recruiting.

*Recruiting ratings weren’t available for Manning

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