Rivals.com has updated its final recruiting rankings for the class of 2018, and three of Ohio State’s signees have landed inside the top 150 nationally.

Topping the list of Buckeyes is Luther Muhammad, a four-star shooting guard from Jersey City (N.J.) Hudson Catholic. The 6-3, 175-pound Muhammad is ranked No. 67 overall, a climb of five spots from the prior ranking.

Holding steady at No. 75 is Jaedon LeDee, a four-star power forward from Houston (Texas) The Kinkaid School. LeDee is listed at 6-9, 225 pounds.

Shooting guard Duane Washington Jr., a three-star prospect, has entered the top 150 and is ranked No. 142 nationally. The 6-3, 180-pound guard hails from Michigan but transferred to Chatsworth (Calif.) Sierra Canyon for his senior season.

Small forward Justin Ahrens from Versailles, Ohio, remains a three-star prospect but is not in the top 150. Rivals ranks the 6-5, 180-pound Ahrens as the No. 48 national prospect at his position.

A few former Ohio State verbal commitments are on the list. Darius Bazley, who withdrew his commitment when Thad Matta was still the Ohio State coach, committed to Syracuse and now has announced that he will play in the NBA’s G-League rather than go to college, fell seven spots to No. 16. The Cincinnati Princeton product is a five-star prospect.

Upper Arlington shooting guard Dane Goodwin, who de-committed when Matta was fired and ultimately signed with Notre Dame, is ranked No. 106 nationally and a four-star prospect.

Other Ohioans on the list include Pickerington North small forward Jerome Hunter (signed with Indiana) at No. 49, Akron Revere power forward Pete Nance (Northwestern) at No. 64, Parma Heights Holy Name shooting guard Dwayne Cohill (Dayton) at No. 103 and Cincinnati Moeller center Jaxson Hayes (Texas) at No. 108.