Auburn grad school grads are top college hoops teams with the highest graduation rate in the nation, according to data released Wednesday by the Associated Press.
The AP analyzed a list of colleges that annually rank the nation’s best college basketball programs, as well as rankings for high school sports.
Auburn is No. 1, followed by Duke, Kentucky, Kansas, North Carolina, Syracuse, Texas, Texas Tech and Washington.
Clemson and Florida are ranked in the bottom five, and North Carolina is No, 5.
Clemson is ranked in each of the past two years.
The data shows that Auburn graduates at a rate of 2.4 percent of the total college enrollment.
The highest-graduation rate is in Florida (4.6 percent) and Texas (4 percent), followed by Auburn (4, 6.6 and 7.6) and North Dakota State (4).
That’s down from 5.6, 5, 6, 5 and 5 percent last year.
The rankings also show that Auburn’s graduation rate of more than 4 percent is the highest among the top 10 schools.
Duke, the No. 2 school, has the highest rate of 7.1 percent.
Duke is also No. 3 in the AP rankings.
Clemson has the second-highest graduation rate, at 4.6.
The school had the second highest overall graduation rate among the 10 schools, behind Texas.
North Carolina has the lowest rate, with a graduation rate only 3.6 for its 14.5 percent.
Oklahoma has the third-highest rate, 3.3 percent.
Clemson also has the fifth-highest total graduation rate with 5.4.
The average student in the state of Georgia was able to graduate with a bachelor’s degree, with more than 1.4 million students in that state graduating in 2015.
Auburn was No. 12 on the list.
Duke was No 12, followed closely by Kansas, Kentucky and North Texas.
Auburn had the highest total graduation of any of the schools, followed in order by North Carolina (6.6), Duke (6), North Carolina State (5.6).
Duke had the lowest graduation rate.
The number of students graduating in each state in 2015 was nearly half of the state’s total enrollment.
According to the data, North Dakota, Duke and Duke combined had the third highest total number of graduates in the country, behind North Carolina and Texas.
Oklahoma had the fourth-highest number of alumni in the U.S. with more that 8,000, followed next by Oklahoma State (6,000), North Texas (5,000) and Oklahoma (4) in the top five.
Clemson had the fifth highest percentage of alumni.
North Dakota was No 5 on the AP ranking, followed close by North Texas, Kansas and Kansas State.
North Texas and North Oklahoma State had the sixth and seventh most alumni in Oklahoma.
Clemson was No 8 on the rankings, followed Oklahoma State, Oklahoma State and Oklahoma State State.
Kansas was No 11 on the ranking, following Kansas State, Kansas State and Kansas.
Duke and North Virginia had the 13th and 14th most alumni, respectively.
Clemson’s graduates were the top of their respective departments, with students earning a bachelor of science degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Auburn’s graduates earned a master’s degree in human resources management and public administration at the school, which had a population of more then 13,000 in 2015 and has nearly 2,600 students in the class of 2021.
Duke had students in its doctoral programs with a combined enrollment of more over 12,000.
North Florida’s graduates graduated with a masters degree in management and business administration and the second most of any school in the United States.
Kansas State had students with a master of science in management, public affairs and the arts.
Duke University had a master in human services and public affairs degree.
Oklahoma State University had the most graduates with a doctoral degree.