Ohio State, U-M earn top grades
Here is a team-by-team breakdown of the recruiting classes in the Big Ten.
The Buckeyes have put together a strong national class with continued emphasis on recruiting the Southeast under Urban Meyer. Five-star inside linebacker, No. 13 overall Raekwon McMillan, is already in Columbus, while Ohio State pulled a speedy wide receiver out of the Sunshine State for a second consecutive class in No. 34 Johnnie Dixon. Cleveland Glenville defensive backs Marshon Lattimore and Erick Smith were key January pledges. A third talented defensive back in the fold is No. 58 Damon Webb. ESPN 300 defensive end Jalyn Holmes was a big win over Florida State, while athletes Curtis Samuel and Parris Campbell Jr. bring more speed.
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