Recruits watching: Big Ten title game
December, 6, 2013
By Tom VanHaaren | ESPN Insider
The Big Ten championship game has plenty of implications for both Ohio State and Michigan State. The Buckeyes could end up in the national championship game, and the Spartans could land in the Rose Bowl for the first time since 1988.
There won't be visiting recruits in Indianapolis for the game, per se, but here are 10 prospects who will be impacted by this game on Saturday.
LB Raekwon McMillan (Hinesville, Ga./Liberty County): The No. 12 prospect in the country makes his decision Dec. 16. That will be only nine days after Ohio State plays in the Big Ten championship game. If the Buckeyes win, there is a good chance they end up in the national championship game, which could be a point of emphasis for McMillan. If he knows he can win championships at Ohio State, it might make it easier for him to head North away from home.
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