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Best of the college football recruiting visits: Big Ten

Penn State was one of the few teams in the Big Ten with a big visitor list this past weekend, and the Nittany Lions chose a good game to have recruits on campus, coming up with a big win over Rutgers.

The coaching staff had quite a few of the commitments in attendance, including ESPN 300 defensive back Lavert Hill, who has been rumored to be looking at other programs.

Quarterback of the future and 2017 class member Sean Clifford was also in attendance along with teammate ESPN Junior 300 lineman Matt Bockhorst.

Penn State wasn’t the only team with big targets on hand, though, as Michigan also hosted some key visitors.

None were bigger than 2016 targets Caleb Kelly and USC commit Keshon Camp, who spent some time together on the visit.

Kelly also got a chance to take the tour around Michigan’s facilities and took a few pictures to document what he saw.

California seemed to be a theme for the Wolverines this weekend, with Kelly coming in from Cali and Camp committed to USC. The coaches also brought in ESPN Junior 300 tight end Jimmy Jaggers, who, you guessed it, is from California.

Jaggers has an awesome name, but he’s also the No. 284-ranked prospect in his class and as a tight end, will be a big target for the Wolverines in the future.

Iowa didn’t get a ton of national attention for their win over Pitt, but the Hawkeyes had a good weekend on and off the field.

The coaching staff hosted legacy ESPN Junior 300 defensive end A.J. Epenesa, whose father, Eppy, played at Iowa.

The younger Epenesa is the No. 62-ranked prospect in his class and would be a huge get for the Hawkeyes if they can reel him in.