With most Big Ten teams already sporting at least one commit, it’s time to break out the recruiting class rankings once more. This year, I’ve expanded to include multiple sites’ opinions of each player, though they are listed in order from most to least credible. As Rivals and ESPN release their initial rankings, I’ll update.
For a couple reason (junior days at multiple schools, and the fact that it’s Selection Sunday), no recruiting rankings next Sunday. If there’s reason to, I may publish some later next week instead. The charts should also look prettier in coming weeks.
|Ohio State – 4 commits|
Lots of highly-ranked guys, al in-state for the Buckeyes. Turner is expected to have 5-star potential.
|Notre Dame – 3 commits|
Strong start to the class. It will be interesting to see where it ends up if the Irish have another weak season.
|Michigan – 3 commits|
All these guys are expected to end up in the four-star range.
|Penn State – 2 commits|
A couple good in-state commits for the Nittany Lions.
|Minnesota – 3 commits|
Unlike past years, when Wisconsin would raid the top Minnesota talent, the Gophers are starting to cross the border the other way.
|Michigan State – 1 commit|
Bullough is expected to end up as a 4-star.
|Illinois – 1 commit|
A single in-state commit.
|Iowa – 1 commit|
I estimate that He’ll be lower-rated than Illinois’s lone commit, but that’s just a wild-ass guess from me.
Indiana, Northwestern, Purdue, Wisconsin – 0 commits.