Big Ten Football Recruiting Rankings – Where each team lands in 247Sports rankings

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Signing Day is now open.

The Spartans had an excellent opening day of early signing, with Michigan State securing all their commitments and adding Keyshawn Schwarzstock, an offensive lineman from JUCO, to their roster. The Spartans were proud to have one of the best long-term classes and finished close to the top in the league’s recruiting team rankings.

So how does the Spartans’ 2023 class compared to their peers in the Big Ten? See where every Big Ten team lands in 247Sports’ composite team rankings for the 2023 class:.

NOTE: This post updated the team rankings at 8 p.m. ET on Dec. 21, 2022. 247Sports has the most current information Big Ten And National Rankings of recruiting teams

Indiana

Big Ten Ranking: No. 14

National Ranking: No. 70

The number of commitments: 13

247Sports Points: 161.98

Avg. Points per Commit: 85.76

Purdue

Big Ten Ranking: No. 13

National Ranking: No. 66

The number of commitments: 13

247Sports Points: 167.46

Avg. Points per Commit: 86.59

Wisconsin

Big Ten Ranking: No. 12

Ranking of the Nation: No. 56

The number of commitments: 14

247Sports Points: 181.74

Avg. Points per Commit: 87.31

Rutgers

Big Ten Ranking: No. 11

National Ranking: No. 55

The number of commitments: 19

247Sports Points: 183.37

Avg. Points per Commit: 85.69

Illinois

Big Ten Ranking: No. 10

Rankings at the National Level: No. 46

The number of commitments: 21

247Sports Points: 195.13

Avg. Points per Commit: 85.91

Minnesota

Big Ten Ranking: No. 9

National Ranking: No. 41

The number of commitments: 21

247Sports Points: 199.97

Avg. Points per Commit: 86.50

Northwestern

Big Ten Ranking: No. 8

National Ranking: No. 40

The number of commitments: 19

247Sports Points: 200.68

Avg. Points per Commit: 86.96

Iowa

Big Ten Ranking: No. 7

National Ranking: No. 38

The number of commitments: 21

247Sports Points: 200.80

Avg. Points per Commit: 86.57

Maryland

Big Ten Ranking: No. 6

National Ranking: No. 34

The number of commitments: 25

247Sports Points: 204.09

Avg. Points per Commit: 86.29

Nebraska

Big Ten Ranking: No. 5

National Ranking: No. 28

The number of commitments: 21

247Sports Points: 212.10

Avg. Points per Commit: 87.17

Michigan State

Big Ten Ranking: No. 4

National Ranking: No. 25

The number of commitments: 15

247Sports Points: 218.81

Avg. Points per Commit: 89.78

Michigan

Big Ten Ranking: No. 3

National Ranking: No. 17

The number of commitments: 23

247Sports Points: 239.19

Avg. Points per Commit: 88.80

Penn State

Big Ten Ranking: No. 2

National Ranking: No. 13

The number of commitments: 23

247Sports Points: 268.80

Avg. Points per Commit: 91.04

Ohio State

Big Ten Ranking: No. 1

Ranking of the Nation: No. 5

The number of commitments: 20

247Sports Points: 287.66

Avg. Points per Commit: 93.57

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