The 2014 class has seen a very high number of commitment switches during this recruiting cycle. With so many flips throughout the process, here is a look at some of the biggest in the Big Ten.
National signing day is just 48 hours away. To get you ready, we checked in with our ESPN.com recruiting experts for their take on how the Big Ten is faring.
Nebraska suffered a big blow along the defensive line when the Huskers lost defensive end Darius Slade (Montclair, N.J./Montclair). The three-star end decommitted on January 16, which meant his spot needed to be filled.
According to Huskers.com, the following players have signed with Nebraska:Joe Keels, DE, Kenosha, Wis./Highland CCHT: 6-4 WT: 280Positional Rank: #4 DE JucoStars: 3ESPN JC50 (No.
As the calendar year winds down, there is still plenty to talk about within recruiting. Big Ten teams have been on a roll on the recruiting trail as of late, and each program is hoping that continues into signing day.
Wisconsin’s loss is Nebraska’s gain as the Cornhuskers landed junior college defensive end Joe Keels (Kenosha, Wis./Highlands Community College) on Tuesday.
There hasn’t been more pressure on a Big Ten coach this season than Bo Pelini at Nebraska.The Cornhuskers finished the season 8-4 overall and 5-3 in the conference.
The end of the regular season means coaches will have more time to focus on recruiting and closing out their recruiting class. The Big Ten has seen plenty of movement within the last week, so here is a look at where the conference stacks up in the recruiting class rankings.
Junior-college prospects are often an outstanding way for programs to fill their rosters. Because of the experience the prospects have with a higher level of play, they can immediately help at positions of need.
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The Big Ten Conference never rests. The proof is in another week full of headlines as Illinois and Wisconsin prepare for big official visit weekends.Iowa is all over the recruiting trail on its bye week and Ohio State -- as it usually does -- is bringing news on almost a daily basis.
RecruitingNation's The Early Offer gives you a daily dose of recruiting in the mornings. Today's offerings: By offering the top signal-caller in the 2015 class, Texas proves it is serious about fixing its issues at the quarterback spot; Arkansas hopes to make a big impression with four key official visitors slated to visit this weekend; and a NJCAA region VI playoff game will feature some of the best junior college players in the country.
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The Big Ten always has plenty of recruiting storylines worthy of following.From key commitments to intriguing attempts to flip prospects committed elsewhere, here’s what went down in a very busy week on the trail for the conference.
The Early Offer is a RecruitingNation's regular feature, giving you a daily dose of recruiting in the mornings. Today's offerings: The news that Penn State is having scholarships restored by the NCAA will give Nittany Lion coach Bill O’Brien even more opportunities to showcase recruiting skills; Highland CC DE Joe Keels is quickly climbing the charts, just like his team; and FSU addressed a need at TE thanks in part to star quarterback Jameis Winston.