2013 Big Ten Recruiting Rankings

The torrid pace the Wolverines set in February has finally slowed a tad since we last talked, but they did add Gareon Conley, Michael McCray and DeVeon Smith in March.

#1 Michigan Banner 16 Commits

    The torrid pace the Wolverines set in February has finally slowed a tad since we last talked, but they did add Gareon Conley, Michael McCray and DeVeon Smith in March.

#2 Ohio State Banner 5 Commits

     Urban Meyer’s first full class as OSU’s head man is turning out to be a very high quality one, led by athlete Jalin Marshall.

#3 Notre Dame Banner 8 Commits

     The Irish had a fantastic weekend landing four nice prospects in Hunter Bivin, Colin McGovern, Mike McGlinchey and Malik Zaire.

#4 Penn State Banner 5 Commits

    So far, the Sandusky mess hasn’t had much of an effect on recruiting. Tight end Adam Breneman was a big pick-up for new coach Bill O’Brien.

#5 Michigan State Banner 5 Commits

     Legacy linebacker Jon Reschke is a good get for Sparty.

#6 Nebraska Banner 2 Commits

    Loading up in the secondary with Tre’vell Dixon and Marcus McWilson.

#7 Wisconsin Banner 2 Commits

    Making linebacker an early priority getting 3 stars Garrett Dooley and Austin Ramesh.

#8 Illinois Banner 2 Commits

    It will be interesting to see how new coach Tim Beckman does on the recruiting trail. Instate three star corner Dillian Cazley is a decent start.

#9 Minnesota Banner 1 Commit

     I still contend Minnesota is going to have a tough time getting back to where they were under Glen Mason. Keeping the instate kids in Minnesota is a top priority for Coach Kill and landing three star cornerback Keelon Brookins is a good start.

Indiana, Northwestern and Purdue have no commits as of today.