With Michigan and Ohio State being the two lead dogs in the B1G, any new coach that enters this league must quickly get himself an assistant coach with a good recruiting track record in the Midwest. If not, then he's going to be forced to sit back and watch Brady Hoke's and Urban Meyer's staffs gobble up all of the top recruits before he has his pickings.
The Big Ten is one of the best conferences in college football, and each program has at least one coach who they leave the elite and most desired recruits to be recruited by. Those specific coaches are the ace recruiters, the guys who work the phones, have the best connections, broker the best relationships with high school coaches and recruits so that they can sign the best possible talent.
This read is set to look at the B1G and see who is each program's ace recruiter. Some schools have more than one, while others boast a single but highly effective ace in the hole.