RecruitingNation links: Big Ten edition


Austin Ward writes: His best asset under wraps by a non-contact jersey, Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller showed off his improved throwing mechanics in the Buckeyes’ spring game in Cincinnati.

Ward writes: Adolphus Washington and Noah Spence racked up the sacks as they allayed many fears about the Buckeyes' rebuilding on the defensive line.


Josh Moyer writes: The Nittany Lions picked up their fourth commitment in the 2014 recruiting class with wide receiver Troy Apke of Pittsburgh.


Michael Rothstein writes: Michigan kept it basic offensively during its spring game Saturday, leaving fans to wonder about how the quasi-new pro-style offense will truly look when the season starts.

Chantel Jennings writes: Michigan believes its defensive speed improved throughout the spring, something that was apparent during Saturday’s spring game.