Penn State is still recovering from its party at the Bryce Jordan Center, we're pretty sure Mark Dantonio can be found camped out in front of the fax machine (we're looking at you, Mrs. McDowell), and Pat Fitzgerald is busy owning Chicagoland once again.
That's the aftermath of what took place in the 2014 recruiting cycle around the Big Ten. It was an interesting ride, including a class that saw Ohio State separate themselves just a bit from the rest of the league on the recruiting trail.
However, they weren't the only ones finding a lot of talent. The Big Ten picked up some of the nation's best players.
So much so, that despite whatever Illinois attempted to pass off as recruiting, the league had a good day on national signing day.
Four teams landed inside the 247Sports top 25, and six were inside the top 35 when it was all said and done.
It means that the conference that was down over the last few years just may be on the way up.
Which members of this class will help do that most? Let us take a look at the 2014 recruiting All-B1G team.
All recruiting information and high school stats courtesy 247Sports.