A couple of those teams at the top are in the running for as many as 4 more 5* and/or high 4* players. Some significant movement is not only likely, it's a certainty barring some awfully strange circumstances.
I'm not sure what you want; I said your class has definite quality, and it is undoubtedly legit... I simply said UT is almost done, while many others near the top are not.
Most of those 35 guys are picking among the same 10 or 12 schools, just like every year. A few flyers might get away where nobody expected them to go; but if 10 teams split the remaining top 30 guys, that's an average of 3 more blue-chippers per team... that will make some serious waves, and if 1 or 2 teams end up with more than their share instead of that average, they'll walk away from everybody else in the rankings.
I've seen UF land enough #1 classes in the last decade to know NSD can be incredible for hot programs.
Regardless, the class UT lands will keep them competitive, especially if they can land a couple of those in a row; and that's something UT has been lacking in recent years.
You'll have the horses, so there won't be any excuses going forward; y'all can expect to see positive results provided the coaches do their jobs with the raw talent they've acquired.
Actually you said UTs class was were it was based on numbers. What team has a realistic shot at landing an addition 3-4 5* commits? Keep in mind that there are 7 5* guys left. Florida St has the most commonality so they should jump us but outside them who is supposed to move? Odds are UT finishes somewhere between 5-7 worst case. There just are not enough uncommitted guys out there for much positive movement. It will take a couple of 4*s flipping from UT and not being replaced with 4* guys for much move movement than that.