The 2014 recruiting cycle is winding down toward signing day, which means teams will pick up the heat on their top remaining targets.Here is a look at the most important prospects left for each team in the Big Ten.
The Big Ten has seen plenty of action recently with commits, decommitments and offers being sent out. Here is a look at the latest story lines within the conference.
Each Wednesday, ESPN RecruitingNation updates its national class rankings. For an in-depth look at the Big Ten conference, check out our conference rankings:1.
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There are still a ton of prospects on the board for Big Ten teams, so conference recruiting reporters Tom VanHaaren and Brad Bournival take a look at the best and worst case scenarios remaining for each team.
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It’s time to dip into the Big Ten recruiting mailbag and answer some of your questions. We’ll try to give everyone a chance to get their questions answered.
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With any conference there will always be battles on the recruiting trail within the Big Ten. Coaching changes, different philosophies and geographic location all factor in to who battles who.
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There wasn’t any movement in the class rankings this week, but there are some trends developing.Here’s a look at some things to watch within the conference recruiting landscape:Trending up:Brad Bournival: This one is easy.
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It was another weekend with minimal actual news out of the Big Ten on the recruiting trail, but there is always something to watch. Here is a look at what happened this past weekend and what might happen in the future.
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As the season is getting into full swing, teams are recognizing needs and holes that need to be filled. Every team in the Big Ten still has some areas of improvement that can be fixed with recruiting.
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The latest version of the ESPN class rankings is out, and there are seven Big Ten teams within the top-40 classes.With movement happening across the board, there are trends and stories developing, so Big Ten recruiting writers Tom VanHaaren and Brad Bournival give you a look at what to watch within the conference:Trending up Brad Bournival: Interest in Ohio State after Buckeyes coach Urban Meyer created his own Twitter account.
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Colleges and high schools alike are getting into camp season, which means football is almost here. That also means that prospects are starting to narrow their lists and think about official visits.
It’s time to camp.With the signing period over, the need for the Class of 2014 to get noticed becomes paramount. This weekend, three big combines take place.
WESTMONT, Ill. -- Nile Sykes (Lombard, Ill./Montini Catholic) went to the Core 6 Showcase with a purpose. He was going to show everyone in attendance he’s an outside linebacker.
Ohio State is looking at several prospects from the Chicago area, and 2014 defensive end/linebacker Nile Sykes (Oak Park, Ill/Oak Park-River Forest) is among them.
It was a busy week for 2014 prospect Nile Sykes (Oak Park, Ill./Oak Park-River Forest), who made two visits to Midwest programs.The more recent of the two trips came Saturday to Wisconsin, which he was seeing for a second time.