Big Ten in the latest ESPNU 150 rankings

The latest ESPNU 150 -- ESPN.com's ranking of the top high school football players in the Class of 2012 -- is now out. And the Big Ten school with a the highest-rated recruit committed is ... Indiana?

Yep, quarterback Gunner Kiel, who pledged his services to Kevin Wilson and the Hoosiers, checks in at No. 20, highest among current Big Ten recruits. Here's a look at where the other ESPNU 150 players planning to enter league the next year are ranked:

No. 67: Cornerback Terry Richardson, Michigan

No. 100: Defensive end Se'Von Pittman, Michigan State

No. 105: Offensive tackle Joey O'Connor, Penn State

No. 114: Offensive guard Isaac Hayes, Minnesota

No. 115: Linebacker Royce Jenkins-Stone, Michigan

No. 130: Defensive tackle Tommy Schutt, Penn State

No. 134: Linebacker Tommy Rose, Nebraska

No. 135: Offensive tackle Kyle Kalis, Michigan

Only having nine players in the ESPNU 150 is not a heavy presence for the Big Ten, but many of the top prospects have yet to announce where they're going to school. Here's a look at who the top prospects are considering, including many Big Ten targets.

The ESPN recruiting folks have also updated their class rankings by school. Michigan's class is ranked No. 6 nationally, one spot lower than last month. Penn State is No. 18, the same spot it held in the previous rankings. No other Big Ten school cracked ESPN.com's Top 25 class rankings.