Big Ten All Over DFW

2015 DE James Lockhart

Wisconsin has spearheaded a Big Ten-heavy week in the DFW Metroplex. Scout.com recaps the 11 offers from the conference since Wednesday.

The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is always a popular destination for recruiters across the nation, but with the spring evaluation period recently starting, that has especially been the case this week.

From Monday morning through Friday night, at least 40 new FBS offers have gone out in the Metroplex. Of those 40 offers, more than a quarter of them have come from the Big Ten Conference.

Wisconsin leads the way with six offers since Wednesday, but five other schools from the Big Ten have joined in on the DFW-centric action.

Here's a look at the Big Ten offers in the Metroplex this week:


Wednesday

Bryce English, 2015 DT, DeSoto -- Iowa

Darrion Daniels, 2015 DT, Dallas Bishop Dunne -- Wisconsin

Keaton Sutherland, 2015 OT, Flower Mound Marcus -- Michigan

Marvin Terry, 2016 DE, Dallas South Oak Cliff -- Wisconsin

X'zavien Ausborne, 2015 CB, Dallas South Oak Cliff -- Wisconsin


Thursday

Malik Jefferson, 2015 OLB, Mesquite Poteet -- Wisconsin

DeAndre McNeal, 2015 WR, Mesquite Poteet -- Wisconsin

Connor Williams, 2015 OG, Coppell -- Purdue

Jordan Stevenson, 2015 RB, Dallas South Oak Cliff -- Wisconsin

Anthony Hines, 2017 LB, Plano East -- Nebraska

James Lockhart, 2015 DE, Ennis -- Penn State


In addition to those offers is another from the Midwest that arrived Tuesday, when Notre Dame offered Allen 2016 offensive tackle Greg Little, a 6-foot-6, 285-pounder who has already earned a five-star rating from Scout.com.

With the weekly recruiting cycle lasting through Sunday night, don't be surprised if the DFW Metroplex not only sees some more offers arrive, but if some of them come from northern schools that call the Big Ten home.

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