Component Based Software Engineering (CBSE) seeks to promote the reuse of software by using existing software modules into the development process. However, the availability of such a reusable component is not immediate and is costly and time consuming. As an alternative, the extraction from preexisting OO software can be considered.In this work, we evaluate two community detection algorithms for the task of software components identification. Considering 'components' as 'communities', the aim is to evaluate how independent, yet cohesive, the components are when extracted by structurally informed algorithms.We analyze 412 Java systems and evaluate the cohesion of the extracted communities using four document representation techniques. The evaluation aims to find which algorithm extracts the most semantically cohesive, yet separated communities.The results show a good performance in both algorithms, however, each has its own strengths. Leiden extracts less cohesive, but better separated, and better clustered components that depend more on similar ones. Infomap, on the other side, creates more cohesive, slightly overlapping clusters that are less likely to depend on other semantically similar components.