Big Ten: Daquan Worley

Best Big Ten recruiters 

October, 15, 2013
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Editor's note: For a look at the national recruiter power rankings based only on Class of 2014 success, click here.

Michigan and Ohio State both sit in the top 10 recruiting rankings this year after each landed top 10 classes in 2013 -- the Buckeyes were third, while the Wolverines were sixth.

That's why it should come as no surprise that the two schools have the top four recruiters in the Big Ten Conference for the Class of 2014 so far.

Here's a look at the top 10 recruiters in the Big Ten and why they deserve such high praise:

Big Ten lunch links

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RecruitingNation links: Big Ten edition

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BuckeyeNation

Austin Ward writes: While Ohio State is training its athletes on the field and in the weight room, it has added a sports vision light board that trains peripheral vision and assists in reaction time.

Brad Bournival writes Insider: OSU offered three quarterbacks last week including Kyle Allen, who earned top honors at the Chicago NFTC and reminds some of former Urban Meyer protégé Alex Smith.

NittanyNation

Josh Moyer writes Insider: When Daquan Worley weighed the pros and cons he’d written down for each school, Penn State was the clear winner.

Josh Moyer writes Insider: Michigan linebacker prospect Jared Wangler has an offer from the Lions and will visit this weekend.

WolverineNation

Tom VanHaaren writesInsider: Michigan has several options at offensive line for 2014.

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