Penn State will have one of the league's best passing attacks thanks to receiving depth and talent, but there are a couple of surprise teams to watch.
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Six Big Ten teams are in the top 20 of the 2018 recruiting class rankings, and a big reason is the infusion of youth in the assistant coaching ranks.
QB Tommie Frazier led Nebraska to a national title in 1995, but this undefeated Cornhuskers team wasn't rated the best in program history. Find out which teams ranked higher.
Big Ten coaches often have to see players they almost landed in recruiting going against them each year when playing for a conference rival.
Michigan's Donovan Peoples-Jones looks ready to make an instant impact, but he's not the only one, as the Big Ten's incoming freshman class is strong.
With spring practice in the rearview mirror, some teams' stocks are trending in opposite directions. The Badgers? We're buying. Iowa? No so much.
Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer
I'm told that Nebraska wide receiver Jordan Westerkamp is headed to Bucs rookie camp on a tryout. He had 2,474 receiving yards and 18 touchdowns in college. Suffered a knee injury during bowl practices, missed his pro day and only had clearance to begin training about three weeks before he worked out for teams.
Ohio State promises one of the toughest defensive fronts in the nation while Penn State's multi-pronged offense should be fun to watch.
Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer
The Eagles close out the fifth round by selecting Nebraska safety Nathan Gerry. With good ball skills and instincts, Gerry had 13 career interceptions during his time at Nebraska.
Who will replace the production of receiver Chris Godwin for Penn State? Juwan Johnson may provide the answer.
Nebraska's spring momentum on the trail continues to build with the addition of ESPN 300 ATH Chase Williams, yet another Cornhuskers verbal from Southern California.
The Cornhuskers continue to build on 2017's top-25 class with even more momentum to the start of 2018.
Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer
There are currently 25 total ESPN 300 commitments in the Big Ten, all coming from Penn State, Ohio State, Michigan, Nebraska and Maryland. Penn State has the most with eight ESPN 300 commitments followed by Ohio State with seven, Michigan with five, Nebraska holding four and Maryland with one.
Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer
Nebraska is currently holding on to the No. 10 ranked recruiting class in 2018. Coach Mike Riley and his staff have four ESPN 300 commitments, including receiver Manuel Allen, athlete Eric Fuller Jr., Brendan Radley-Hiles and tight end Cameron Jurgens. The four ESPN 300 commitments already in the 2018 class is the same number of ESPN 300 commitments Nebraska had in the entire 2017 class.
Tanner Lee will be the starting quarterback for Nebraska. Lee, who sat out last season after transferring from Tulane, had a strong performance at the Cornhuskers' spring game.
SEC? Nuh-uh. ACC? Not quite. Big 12 and Pac-12? Um, no. From the elite at the top and all the way down, the Big Ten has the best collection of coaches.
The junior left tackle will become even more important in Nebraska's offense this coming season with a pocket passer behind him.