College football recruiting has looked much different than it typically does. That’s not much of a secret. And now, with the B1G postponing the season until the spring, coaches will be tasked with selling their product without allowing prospects the opportunity to see it on the field.

That might be easier for some than others.

As much as things have changed over the last six months, recruiting never stops. Teams have been forced to get creative with their pitches, still attempting the best possible players over other teams and conferences that are continuing to move forward with a fall schedule.

The calendar has turned to September, meaning we’re inching closer to the Early Signing Period for the 2021 recruiting class. There’s still plenty of time for things to change, but it’s always good to see how teams stand.

Here’s a look at the B1G recruiting rankings with the 2021 class, according to 247Sports’ Composite Rankings:

1. Ohio State

National rank: No. 1

Total commits: 19

4- and 5-star: 16

2. Michigan

National rank: No. 9

Total commits: 21

4- and 5-star: 11

3. Wisconsin

National rank: No. 17

Total commits: 16

4- and 5-star: 5

4. Maryland

National rank: No. 19

Total commits: 20

4- and 5-star: 3

5. Iowa

National rank: No. 20

Total commits: 17

4- and 5-star: 3

6. Nebraska

National rank: No. 24

Total commits: 17

4- and 5-star: 3

7. Minnesota

National rank: No. 25

Total commits: 16

4- and 5-star: 4

8. Penn State

National rank: No. 32

Total commits: 13

4- and 5-star: 6

9. Rutgers

National rank: No. 35

Total commits: 22

4- and 5-star: 1

10. Northwestern

National rank: No. 48

Total commits: 14

4- and 5-star:  3

11. Indiana

National rank: No. 52

Total commits: 14

4- and 5-star: 2

12. Illinois

National rank: No. 60

Total commits: 16

4- and 5-star: 0

13. Michigan State

National rank: No. 66

Total commits: 13

4- and 5-star: 1

14. Purdue

National rank: No. 80

Total commits: 10

4- and 5-star: 1