Nebraska and Ohio State have both built momentum on the field and on the recruiting trail as of late. They were two Big Ten programs with big visitors on campus this weekend, and those prospects took to social media to share their experiences.
Cincinnati vs. Ohio State:
The Buckeyes came away with the victory against the Bearcats and the Ohio State coaches are hoping they come away with a win with ESPN 300 linebacker Jerome Baker as well.
The Buckeyes also played host to several other big prospects, including ESPN Jr. 300 running back Elijah Holyfield. The 2016 back is very interested in Ohio State, so it was good to get him on campus for this game.
Illinois vs. Nebraska:
The Cornhuskers also came away with a victory on the field and off it on Saturday. The coaching staff was able to reel in two big 2016 prospects in John Raridon and Bryan Brokop.
Both prospects are huge for Nebraska as Raridon is the No. 69-ranked prospect in his class and Brokop is No. 226 overall.
After my 2016 season I will be attending the university of Nebraska. #ProudToBeaHusker— John Raridon (@hines_bittleman) September 28, 2014
There is some serious momentum happening right now for Nebraska, and that could continue if the team continues its stellar play on Saturdays.
Minnesota vs. Michigan:
The Wolverines have spiraled out of control and the loss to the Gophers could just be the start. Michigan hasn't lost any commitments yet, but if the play doesn't improve quickly there could be some movement in the near future.
ESPN 300 defensive end commit Darian Roseboro took an official visit to NC State this weekend.
Northwestern vs. Penn State:
The Nittany Lions didn't win the game against the Wildcats, but there was a big opportunity to impress some top prospects.
The main target on campus for the 2015 class was ESPN 300 defensive back Jordan Whitehead, who has Penn State among his favorites.
USF vs. Wisconsin:
The Badgers had one of the biggest weekends in the Big Ten in terms of official visitors.
Wisconsin had running backs Jordan Scarlett and Jordan Stevenson on campus. The weather was perfect to bring up a few southern prospects and the Badgers pulled off the win, too.
Another Jordan, Jordan Griffin, was scheduled to make the trip as well, but tweeted that complications at O'Hare airport in Chicago prevented the trip from happening.
My official to Wisconsin has been rescheduled due to the fire at Chicago O'hare airport— Jordan Griffin (@HawkStar40) September 27, 2014