Ohio State's class B1G's best

Here is a team-by-team breakdown of the 2015 recruiting classes in the Big Ten.


1. Ohio State Buckeyes

National rank: 6
Fresh off a national title, Ohio State brought in a top-10 class featuring 12 ESPN 300 prospects. Urban Meyer landed a pair of five-stars in QB Torrance Gibson (No. 16 overall), who flirted with Auburn late but stuck with the Buckeyes, and OLB Justin Hilliard (No. 17). The Buckeyes added depth to the D-line with DEs Jashon Cornell (No. 33) and Dre'Mont Jones (No. 161), and Jerome Baker (No. 67), who flipped from Florida, joins Hilliard at OLB. Also on the board are ESPN 300 defensive backs Eric Glover-Williams (No. 90) and Jamel Dean (No. 128). No. 94 Matt Burrell Jr., who was a big win over recruiting rival Penn State, and Isaiah Prince will help the offensive line. The Buckeyes also flipped ESPN 300 running back Mike Weber from Michigan in late November and four-star quarterback Joe Burrow is yet another talented QB on the roster.