Here are the rankings summary from UM hoops's commitment posts:
Nik: "Rivals: 3-star, #106, ESPN: 89/100, 3-star, #32 small forward, Scout: 3-star"
Caris: "Rivals and Scout both list him as a three-star prospect while ESPN rates him at 87-of-100, or a two-star prospect."
Timmy: "ESPN rates Hardaway at 93/100, which is good for the #28 shooting guard in the country and the 93rd ranked prospect in the class of 2010. Rivals and Scout both Hardaway as a 3-star prospect."
GRIII: "He is rated a three star prospect by Rivals and the number 118 player in the class of 2012" and the comments included this question: "Am I correct that we were competing against Indy State, Valpo, Colorado and Missouri State for him?"
And my guess is that our current recruits will rise somewhat in the final rankings. Additionally, Caris was scooped up from Ohio University and Groce famously didn't even call him to try to recruit him to Illinois, Trey was committed Penn State and only Cinci seemed to go hard after him when he decommited (and was on Ohio kid without an offer from OSU, unlike Teske), Timmy was offered by Minny and nobody else (though Florida showed some interest late). Remember, Wilson was offered by Gonzaga and Cal, among others, Chatman by Arizona, Watson by IU. Purdue wouldn't offer GRIII when he committed. Really only McGary was a significant outlier in terms of offers.
If you want to argue that the current players won't be as good as prior ones, fine, but to argue that Caris and Spike had different recruiting profiles Dawkins or MAAR, or that Trey was more highly ranked and recruited than Simpson, or that Timmy and GRIII had better offer sheets than Chatman and Wilson, or that Horford and Morgan were more highly ranked than Teske and Doyle -- well, those are demonstrably incorrect assertions.
Again, we'll see how things turn, and we could turn out to have been just lucky with our '12 and '13 classes, but we're recruiting comparably to the way we did before the NC run in terms of rankings and offer sheets.