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Big Ten Rankings 1/10/03
OL Marcus Coleman
Posted Jan 13, 2003
Here's what the Big Ten Recruiting Race looked like this past Friday. There were several Big Ten commitments over the weekend and there should be some schools making a move by this Friday's (1/17/03) rankings.
3.92 (last week:1)
stuns the Buckeye Nation with his Michigan pledge. The Wolverines seem to have this race locked up.
can seal the deal for Michigan.
3.66 (last week:2)
No change for the Nittany Lions, Joe Paterno and his staff have some big time prospects in for visits this weekend. Penn State would love to have
3.58 (last week:3)
The loss of
hurts this recruiting class but this is a big weekend for the Buckeyes. There are 10 prospects in Columbus this weekend for official visits. Among them are linebacker Wesley Jefferson and Florida
3.03 (last week:4)
No changes for the Badgers. 14 prospects have given a verbal commitment. Wisconsin is basically done with this class. They are waiting on Pennsylvania defensive back
and in-state All-American
to make their decisions.
2.97 (last week:5)
The Boilermakers added some percentage points with the commitments of
but that wasn’t enough to overtake Wisconsin in the fourth spot.
2.82 (last week:6)
Iowa moves up a spot with the additions of
. The Hawkeyes have 17 verbal commitments and they’d love to have
before its all said and done.
The Fighting Illini have 26 verbal commitments and they’re holding a scholarship for All-American defensive tackle Moe Dampeer. Recent reports have Dampeer leaning to
and Ohio State but both those schools will be chasing Illinois until the ink is dry on signing day.
2.65 (last week:9)
and the Wildcats get a huge commitment from Georgia cornerback
. The Wildcats have 10 official visitors this weekend and they’re expecting some commitments on Sunday night.
2.61 (last week:8)
is underrated and New Jersey’s
will add depth to the Golden Gopher secondary. There are still several solid prospects that have Minnesota among their top three schools.
2.36 (last week:10)
Gerry DiNardo added Canadian offensive lineman Paul Hearn and New Jersey tight end
this past week. Indiana has the chance to finish very strong as some talented athletes from around the nation will visit the Hoosiers in January.
2.2 (last week:11)
When will the Spartans make their move? Michigan State lost another verbal commitment in
. Outlaw has decided to give up football. John L. Smith added a couple of prospects this past week in Ohio quarterback
and Maine offensive lineman
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