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Big Ten On3 Consensus 2023 Team Recruiting Ranking Update

The early signing period begins on Wednesday and recruiting races across the country are in turmoil right now as teams seek to lock in their recruits. It’s getting even hotter among conference rivals looking to gain an edge over their local foes in the coming seasons.

The SEC is no different. The conference currently has the most recruited talent in its rosters with all 14 teams ranked in the top 40 of the standings.

Here is the Big Ten On3 Consensus 2023 Team Recruitment Rankingfrom Monday afternoon.

1. ohio state (93.167)
1 five star | 18 four stars | 1 three stars | 20 recruits in total
Best Commitment: Miami Gardens (Fla.) American Heritage Wide Receiver Brandon Innis, Nope. 28″ Consensus on3
Summary: Ohio State’s big recruiting news this week doesn’t even involve the Class of 2023. But Ryan Day is looking to end this week with another top-five recruiting class. Inniss, four-star wide receiver Carnell Tate and On3 five-star wide receiver Noah Rogers Build one of the best job pools in the entire recruiting cycle.

2. Penn State (91.583)
0 five stars | 15 four stars | 8 three-star | 23 recruits in total
Best Commitment: Reading (Pa.) Wyomissing inside offensive lineman jven williams, Nope. 35″ Consensus on3
Summary: Williams, five-star On3 rookie and four-star interior offensive lineman Alex Birchmeier are the top two rookies in the class and could be the backbone of the offensive lineman for several seasons. But after them, eight of the next nine highest-rated recruits are defensive players.

3. Michigan (88.723)
0 five stars | 6 four stars | 15 three stars | 21 recruits in total
Best Commitment: Four-star defensive lineman from Covenant Christian Academy in Colleyville, Texas Enow Etta, Nope. 119″ Consensus on3
Summary: The Wolverines class currently ranks outside the top 20 after finishing in the top 10 in 2022. But Wolverines finished incredibly strong in December and January last season, and it looks like they will again this year.

4. state of michigan (88.428)
0 five stars | 8 four stars | 5 three stars | 13 recruits in total
Best Commitment: Norman (Okla.) EDGE Community Christian School Bai Jobe, Nope. 79″ Consensus on3
Summary: The Spartans have three top-200 commits in their class, which again looks to be in the top-25 for Mel Tucker. The Spartans tried to overthrow Dante Moore, but instead Portland (Oregon) quarterback West Linn Sam Leavittwho is ranked among the top 10 players in this position by On3.

5. Iowa (87.652)
1 five star | 1 four stars | 18 three stars | 21 recruits in total
Best Commitment: Offensive tackle from Des Moines (Iowa) Kadyn’s Overseer, Nope. 12″ Consensus on3
Summary: This recruiting class is led by Proctor, though that may not last long. The On3 recruiting prediction machine has the most likely outcome right now as Alabama flips Proctor. Losing the five-star rookie in the state would be a major loss for the Hawkeyes.

6. North West (76.756)
0 five stars | 1 four stars | 17 three stars | 18 recruits in total
Best Commitment: Dayton (Ohio) Northmont linebacker Nigel Glover, Nope. 287 in Consensus on3
Summary: Northwestern has been poor on the football field this season, finishing with a 1-11 record. But the Wildcats have done a good job on the recruiting track, though they’ve seen a few players drop out this fall. Glover is ranked by On3 as the No. 4 player at Ohio State, making it a major win for the Northwest coaching staff.

7. Minnesota (86.258)
0 five stars | 2 four stars | 17 three stars | 20 recruits in total
Best Commitment: Savage (Minn.) Prior Lake Interior Offensive Lineman Greg Johnson, Nope. 368 in Consensus on3
Summary: Two of Minnesota’s top three rookies will stay in the state to play for the Golden Gophers. In-state running back Darius Taylora four-star On3 recruit, is also a major asset to the program.

8. Nebraska (85,831)
0 five stars | 2 four stars | 12 three stars | 18 recruits in total
Best Commitment: Edge of the Mansion (Texas) Princewill Umanmielen, Nope. 216″ Consensus on3
Summary: It will take at least one full recruitment cycle to matte ruler really have a major impact on recruitment, but he has done a good job in the short time he has this year. Umanmielen was a major commitment and the Huskers have a chance to bring Malachi Colemanthe state’s best hope, back in the fold.

9. Illinois (85.774)
0 five stars | 1 four stars | 19 three stars | 21 recruits in total
Best Commitment: Arthur (Ill.) Arthur Senior athlete Kaden Feagin, Nope. 320 in Consensus on3
Summary: For the first time in a long time, there is sustained momentum and optimism in Illinois. This recruitment class may not wow anyone, but Bret Bielema built a strong group led by Feagin and four-star athlete On3 Saboor Karriem.

ten. Maryland (85.769)
0 five stars | 1 four stars | 22 three stars | 23 recruits in total
Best Commitment: Hickory (NC) EDGE Rico Walker, Nope. 309 in Consensus on3
Summary: IT was a strong final week for Maryland as they landed linebackers Walker and On300 Dylan Bonen the last days. These two are the two best commits in the class.

11. Rutgers (84.969)
0 five stars | 0 four stars | 18 three stars | 19 recruits in total
Best Commitment: Union City (NJ) Interior Offensive Lineman JaSire Peterson, Nope. 520 in Consensus on3
Summary: The Scarlet Knights are outside the top 50 at the moment but might be able to squeeze through if they have a few moves up their sleeves.

1 2. Wisconsin (84.908)
0 five stars | 1 four stars | 11 three stars | 12 recruits in total
Best Commitment: Hamilton (Ohio) Stephen T Badin Safety Braedyn Moore, Nope. 360″ Consensus on3
Summary: The question with Luc Fickel The question now is whether or not they can pull off a few flips or big swings during the early signing period and into February. The class is small at the moment with only 12 commits, so there is plenty of room for other players looking to join.

13. Purdue (84.146)
0 five stars | 1 four stars | 11 three stars | 12 recruits in total
Best Commitment: Indianapolis Cathedral defensive lineman Kendrick Gilbert, Nope. 330 in Consensus on3
Summary: The Boilermakers class has had its ups and downs this year, and Jeff Brohm’s departure to Louisville hasn’t helped them head into the stretch of the season. Purdue has done a good job on in-state recruiting as 50% of its players come from Indiana.

14. Indiana (81.875)
0 five stars | 0 four stars | 9 three stars | 10 recruits in total
Best Commitment: Lake City (Florida) Colombia Safety Amare Ferrell, Nope. 607 in Consensus on3
Summary: Last cycle, Indiana finished 27th overall and as the fifth team in the Big Ten. Now, Tom Allen’s Class of 2023 ranks last in the conference and 77th nationally. Last year’s class has 22 rookies, including four four-star players. This year’s class has only 10 rookies, none of whom are Blue Chippers.

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