Where does recruiting stand for 2017's top prospects?

DeAndre Ayton, the No. 1 prospect in the Class of 2017, has been hearing from one school more than the others. Kelly Kline/Under Armour

NEW YORK -- It’s time for the Class of 2017 to take center stage. The 2016 class isn’t done quite yet, with a handful of ESPN 100 prospects still on the board, but the first live evaluation last weekend marks the time where we need to turn the page to the rising senior class.

Here's a look at where recruiting stands for the class' top prospects.