Big Ten recruiting class grades

Indiana, Michigan and Illinois earn high marks for 2013 hoops recruiting

Updated: June 5, 2013, 5:04 PM ET
By Reggie Rankin | ESPN.com

With the final 2013 class rankings set and the late signing period over, here's a team-by-team breakdown of the 2013 basketball recruiting classes in the Big Ten, complete with final grades for all 12 teams. Class grades for the SEC are already out, while Big East (June 6), Big 12 (June 7), Pac-12 (June 10), ACC (June 11) and non-BCS best of the rest (June 11) will be coming in subsequent days.

Note: Teams are as of conference alignment for the 2012-13 season and not future conference realignment.

Indiana

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McDonald's All American power forward Noah Vonleh is the face of this flat-out loaded class that includes four ESPN 100 recruits. Center Luke Fischer climbed the rankings to become the No. 4 player at his position thanks to a terrific senior campaign. The remainder of the class is comprised of four small forwards, including a pair of ESPN 100 prospects in high-flying Troy Williams and Stanford Robinson. Three-star small forwards Devin Davis and Collin Hartman are also excellent athletes who can score from the wing and finish on the break. The Hoosiers will take their team athletic ability to a high level with this class.


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Reggie Rankin

College Basketball Recruiting