How Every Big Ten Team Did in Fulfilling Its Recruiting Needs

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How Every Big Ten Team Did in Fulfilling Its Recruiting Needs
Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

One way to look at recruiting is sheer star power. If you're Ole Miss, for example, you just had a jarringly great recruiting class, and all those 5-star recruits signing feels mighty good. Here in the Big Ten, Ohio State's class was mighty good. So was Michigan's. Nebraska and Penn State? Not too shabby.

But recruiting's not about accumulating stars. You can't trade stars in for points. It's about identifying needs on the roster and filling those needs, and to that end the conversation about these recruiting classes shifts a bit. No, not everybody stocked their rosters with 4-star superhumans this year. But did they fill needs?

That's worth looking at, and today we take such a look at every Big Ten team.

Onward!

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