Recruiting season is hitting overdrive and in Big Ten country that means teams scrambling to secure their committed players, find hidden gems and put the full-court press on uncommitted prospects.
So far Ohio State and Michigan are putting together some very highly thought of classes, with both ranking in the top 15 of the 247sports.com national rankings.
However, things are about to get even wilder with just a few weeks left to fill up the remaining spots in classes. That means a lot of plane rides for coaches, in-home visits for players and of course the crazy fan tweets.
This is the time where we also remind you that, you, the fan that pays for season tickets or donates money to the athletic department—you cannot have any contact with recruits. No tweeting at them, no Facebook stalking and no other social media contact.
It is an NCAA recruiting violation and do you really want to get your school in trouble or make them have to file even more paperwork than is already necessary. Not to mention the creep factor.
PSA out of the way, let us take a look at some of the top uncommitted prospects with chances of heading to Big Ten country as part of the 2014 class.
*All recruiting information courtesy 247sports.com.