The 2023 Big Ten On3 Consensus Team Employment Rankings have been updated

The early signing period begins Wednesday, and recruiting races are heating up across the country right now as teams look to retain their recruits. It is hotter among conference rivals looking to gain any advantage over their local opponents in the next few seasons.

The SEC is no different. The conference has the most recruiting talent committed to its rosters at the moment with all 14 teams ranked in the top 40 rankings.

Here are the 2023 Big Ten On3 Team consensus recruiting rankings, as of Monday afternoon.

1. Ohio State (93.167)
1 Five Stars | 18 four stars | 1 three stars | Total of 20 recruits
Highest commitment: Miami Gardens (FL) Wide receiver from American Heritage Brandon EnnisNo. 28 on On3 consensus
summary: Ohio’s big recruiting news this week doesn’t even include the Class of 2023. BUT Ryan Day Looking to finish off this week with another top five recruiting class. Ennis, a four-star wide receiver Carnell Tate And On3 is a five-star wide receiver Noah Rogers Makes one of the best position combinations in the entire recruitment cycle.

2. Pennsylvania state (91.583)
0 five stars | 15 Four Stars | 8 three stars | Total of 23 recruits
Highest commitment: Read (Pa.) Wyomissing line up front Gavin WilliamsNo. 35 on On3 consensus
summary: Williams, an On3 five-star recruit, and a four-star inside offensive lineman Alex Birchmeier They are two of the best recruits in the class and can be mainstays up front for several seasons. But after them, eight of the nine highest-rated recruits are defensive players.

3. Michigan (88.723)
0 five stars | 6 four stars | 15 three stars | Total of 21 recruits
Highest commitment: Colleyville (Texas) Christian Covenant Academic Four Star Defensive Line Ino EtaNo. 119 on On3 consensus
summary: The Wolverines currently rank outside the top 20 after finishing in the top 10 in 2022. But the Wolverines finished incredibly strong last December and January, and it looks like that may be the case again this year.

4. Michigan State (88.428)
0 five stars | 8 four stars | 5 three stars | Total of 13 recruits
Highest commitment: Norman (UCLA.) EDGE Christian Community School Pay JobyNo. 79 on On3 consensus
summary: The Spartans have three top 200 commitments in their class, which are shaping up to be in the top 25 again for Mel Tucker. The Spartans tried to turn Dante Moore but instead the Portland (Ore.) West Linn quarterback Sam Levittwho was ranked as one of the top 10 players in the position by On3.

5. Yes (87.652)
1 Five Stars | 1 four stars | 18 three stars | Total of 21 recruits
Highest commitment: Des Moines (Iowa) offensive enters southeast of Polk Lady ProctorNo. 12 on On3 consensus
summary: This recruiting class is led by Proctor, though it may not last much longer. The On3 employment forecasting machine has the best results right now when it flips Alabama Proctor. Losing a five-star recruit in the state would be a huge loss for the Hawkeyes.

6. North West (76.756)
0 five stars | 1 four stars | 17 three stars | Total of 18 recruits
Highest commitment: Dayton (Ohio) Northmont Line Packer Nigel GloverNo. 287 on On3 consensus
summary: Northwestern was bad on the football field this season, finishing with a 1-11 record. But the Wildcats have done well on the recruiting funnel, although they’ve seen some players lose commitment this fall. Glover was rated by On3 as the No. 4 Ohio State player, making him a big win for Northwestern’s coaching staff.

7. Minnesota (86.258)
0 five stars | 2 four stars | 17 three stars | Total of 20 recruits
Highest commitment: Savage (Minnesota) Indoor offensive lineman at Pryor Lake Greg JohnsonNo. 368 on On3 consensus
summary: Two of Minnesota’s top three recruits will remain in the state to play for the Golden Gophers. in the state is declining Darius TaylorOn3, a four-star recruit, is also a major selection for the program.

8. Nebraska (85,831)
0 five stars | 2 four stars | 12 three stars | Total of 18 recruits
Highest commitment: Manor (Texas) Edge Princewill headquartersNo. 216 on On3 consensus
summary: It will take at least one full recruiting cycle Matt Rowley to really make a big impact in hiring, but he’s done a good job in the limited time he’s had this year. Umanmielen was a huge commitment and the Huskers had a chance to make it Malachi Colemanwhich represents the highest probability of the state, returns to the fold.

9. Illinois (85.774)
0 five stars | 1 four stars | 19 three stars | Total of 21 recruits
Highest commitment: Arthur (Illinois) Arthur is a great athlete Caden VisionNo. 320 on On3 consensus
summary: For the first time in a while, there is sustained momentum and optimism in Illinois. This recruiting class may not blow anyone away, however Brett Bielema He built a strong group led by Feagin and an On3 four-star athlete Patient and generous.

10. Maryland (85.769)
0 five stars | 1 four stars | 22 three stars | Total of 23 recruits
Highest commitment: Hickory (NC) EDGE Rico WalkerNo. 309 on On3 consensus
summary: It was a strong final week for Maryland as they landed both linebacker Walker and On300 Dylan Gooden over the past few days. These are the two highest commitments in the class.

11. Rutgers (84.969)
0 five stars | 0 four stars | 18 three stars | Total of 19 recruits
Highest commitment: Union City (NJ) internal offensive line Jasir PetersonNo. 520 on On3 consensus
summary: The Scarlet Knights are on the outside of the top 50 at the moment, but they might be able to slip through if they have a few moves up their sleeves.

12. Wisconsin (84.908)
0 five stars | 1 four stars | 11 three stars | Total of 12 recruits
Highest commitment: Hamilton (Ohio) Stephen T. Baden Salama Braden MooreNo. 360 on On3 consensus
summary: question with Luke Fickel The charge now is whether or not they can pull off some big swings or swings during the early signing period and into February. The class is now small at just 12 commitments, so there’s plenty of room for other players looking to join.

13. Purdue (84146)
0 five stars | 1 four stars | 11 three stars | Total of 12 recruits
Highest commitment: Defensive Line at Indianapolis Cathedral Kendrick GilbertNo. 330 on On3 consensus
summary: The Boilermakers class has been up and down this year, and Jeff Brohm’s departure to Louisville didn’t help them head into the extended run for the season. Purdue has done a good job recruiting in-state as 50% of their players come from Indiana.

14. Indiana (81.875)
0 five stars | 0 four stars | 9 three stars | Total 10 recruits
Highest commitment: Lake City, FL, Columbia Safety Loving FerrellNo. 607 on On3 consensus
summary: In the final tournament, Indiana was ranked 27th overall and as the fifth team in the Big Ten. Now, the Tom Allen class of 2023 is ranked last in the conference and 77th nationally. Last year’s class had 22 inductees, including four four-star players. This year’s class only has 10 inductees, not including the Blue Chippers.

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