The Big Ten had an extremely successful National Signing Day. These five recruits in particular will change the face of the entire conference.
With Jim Harbaugh in tow, the Michigan Wolverines have one of the top classes in the nation. Find out if they were able to pass Ohio State for No. 1 in the Big Ten.
After all of the rumors and speculation, the top overall recruit in the nation, Rashan Gary, has selected Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines.
Penn State picked up its first wide receiver in the Class of 2016 as it flipped former Temple commit Dae'lun Darien.
The addition of five-star tailback Miles Sanders will give Penn State the nation's scariest backfield combo along with sophomore sensation Saquon Barkley.
Three-star defensive tackle Antonio Shelton commits to the Nittany Lions just three days prior to National Signing Day.
Nebraska adds depth at the quarterback position with the addition of former Tulane quarterback, Tanner Lee.
Penn State should improve quickly on the offensive line with a new coach and a lot of young talent.
Michael Thomas and Jalin Marshall have both declared for the NFL Draft, leaving the Buckeyes with an inexperienced receiving corps.
Beaver Stadium has stood on the east end of University Park since 1960, but significant changes could be made within the next decade at Penn State.