As of 11:34 PM on February 6th, 2012 here are the 2013 Recruiting Rankings
1. Purdue - Purdue has the best recruiting class right now with Bryson Scott, a 94 recruit, Kendall Stephens, a 92 overall recruit, and Basil Smotherland, a 91 overall recruit. This would be considered a good recruiting class for some schools at the end of the 2013 season, however, Purdue already has these guys locked up and we are not even done with 2012.
2. Ohio State - Ohio State right now has the best player to commit so far to a B1G 10 school. That man is Marc Loving out of Toledo, Ohio.
3. Illinois -Illinois is putting together a very solid recruiting class for 2013. They have Jalen James a 91 overall recruit out of La Lumiere School in chicago and Malcom Hill, a 94 overall recruit out of Belleville East High School outside St. Louis. They are very close to becoming the 2nd best class and judging by the amount of players considering Illinois, they have potential to have a top 10 recruiting class in 2013.
4. Indiana - Indiana has 3 solid players coming in 2013. No amazing players but all 90 to 91. They to could have a great class if BeeJay Anya decides to go there.
5. Wisconsin - Not much here, one recruit. 92 overall out of lacrosse, Wisconsin. Only top 60 player that is considering Wisconsin is Sebi Ojeleye and he is a 94. I see an average year from Wisconsin.
6. Michigan - Refer to Indiana for description
7. Nebraska - 88 overall recruit is the best they have so far so ok start for a mediocre club. Best chance they have is Ishmael Wainwright who is ESPN60 recruit and then 2 other low 90 recruits.
T-8. Northwestern- One ungraded recruit so basiclly no one signifigant yet. Still alot of potential in this class for Northwestern to make top half of Big 10 recruit rankings.
T-8. Penn State- Same with Northwestern except with little less potential could maybe get up to a 5 or 6 if things go their way.
T-10. Iowa, Michigan State, Minnesota - No recruits. Dont expect Michigan State to be here for long.
Who has best recruiting class for 2013 so far
Illinois (1 vote)
Indiana (0 votes)
Michigan (0 votes)
Iowa (1 vote)
Michigan State (2 votes)
Northwestern (0 votes)
Michigan (0 votes)
Minnesota (0 votes)
Nebraska (0 votes)
Ohio State (1 vote)
Penn State (0 votes)
Wisconsin (0 votes)
5 total votes