The Big Ten is a league ruled by Michigan and Ohio State. That is no different in these rankings, but what could be a surprise is which of these programs has the top 2014 recruiting class so far.
Another clear surprise is how well Penn State is doing. The Nittany Lions have a limited number of scholarships available, but they still rank high on this list. Whether they can sustain that success will be a key storyline in the conference's 2014 recruiting cycle.
After netting a good class last February, Indiana is off to a slow start. And it is not alone. There is a big surprise near the bottom of these rankings.
Recruiting class and recruit information courtesy of 247Sports.com.
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