Life on the college football recruiting trail never sleeps, and the race to compile the 2023 recruiting class is in full swing over the July 4 weekend.

Hitting Monday has brought the first full week of July upon us. That means B1G Media Days are just around the corner and soon after, the return of fall camps.

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In terms of recruiting, Michigan was active the final week of June while landing commitments from a 4-star LB out of Philadelphia and a receiver out of St. Louis. Purdue also made strides with commitments from another WR and a key in-state TE prospect. The Boilermakers are looking for a top-20 recruiting class under head coach Jeff Brohm.

In terms of overall rankings, Ohio State continues to lead the B1G with a class headlined by another elite group of receivers brought on by Brian Hartline in June. Penn State ranks No. 2 in the conference behind the Buckeyes in recruiting and also holds a top-5 class nationally for the cycle.

As we head into the heat of July, here’s a glimpse at where every B1G teams stands on the 247 Sports team recruiting rankings for 2023. It includes 4 teams from the conference with top-20 rankings as things currently stand:

  • No. 2 – Ohio State
  • No. 5 – Penn State
  • No. 14 – Northwestern
  • No. 15 – Iowa
  • No. 20 – Purdue
  • No. 21 – Minnesota
  • No. 33 – Rutgers
  • No. 34 – Michigan State
  • No. 39 – Wisconsin
  • No. 40 – Nebraska
  • No. 42 – Illinois
  • No. 44 – Maryland
  • No. 50 – Michigan
  • No. 68 – Indiana