We’re rapidly shifting from the spring to the summer months. It’s a time when coaching staffs across the country start hitting the recruiting trail particularly hard.

As we head into mid-May and with spring football in the rearview mirror, it’s always interesting to see where teams stand on the recruiting front. Some have gotten out to a strong start with the 2023 recruiting cycle while others are still looking to make a big splash.

Here’s a quick look at the updated B1G recruiting rankings as we transition into the summer months. All rankings come from 247Sports composite:

1. Penn State Nittany Lions 

National rank: 3

Overall commits: 12

4- and 5-star commits: 4

2. Ohio State Buckeyes

National rank: 5

Overall commits: 10

4- and 5-star commits: 8

3. Iowa Hawkeyes

National rank: 15

Overall commits: 8

4- and 5-star commits: 0

4. Michigan State Spartans

National rank: 16

Overall commits: 6

4- and 5-star commits: 3

5. Michigan Wolverines

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National rank: 18

Overall commits: 6

4- and 5-star commits: 2

6. Minnesota Golden Gophers

National rank: 20

Overall commits: 7

4- and 5-star commits: 0

7. Northwestern Wildcats

National rank: 26

Overall commits: 6

4- and 5-star commits: 0

8. Nebraska Cornhuskers

National rank: 33

Overall commits: 5

4- and 5-star commits: 0

9. Wisconsin Badgers

National rank: 40

Overall commits: 4

4- and 5-star commits: 0

10. Indiana Hoosiers

National rank: 45

Overall commits: 3

4- and 5-star commits: 1

11. Rutgers Scarlet Knights

National rank: 47

Overall commits: 5

4- and 5-star commits: 0

12. Purdue Boilermakers

National rank: 54

Overall commits: 2

4- and 5-star commits: 1

13. Illinois Fighting Illini

National rank: 55

Overall commits: 2

4- and 5-star commits: 1

14. Maryland Terrapins

National rank: 62

Overall commits: 2

4- and 5-star commits: 0