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Big Ten champ Penn State bolster lines on National Signing Day

After losing starting center Brian Gaia and top defensive end Garrett Sickels, who left early for the NFL Draft, the Nittany Lions inked four offensive linemen and four defensive linemen on signing day to bolster their corps.

DJ Durkin, Maryland ink highly rated signing class

Head coach D.J. Durkin made it clear the day he was hired that Maryland would focus its recruiting efforts on prospects located within a three-hour drive of the College Park campus.

Five-star DL A.J. Epenesa highlights Iowa's 2017 recruiting class

Iowa landed one of the top recruits in school history on Wednesday in defensive lineman A.J. Epenesa. Epenesa, the rare five-star recruit to commit to Iowa, is a 6-foot-5, 270-pound defensive end from Edwardsville, Illinois.

Jeff Brohm focuses on line work with first Purdue recruiting class

After adding some bigger bodies along the offensive and defensive lines and some experienced, play-making receivers to the roster, Jeff Brohm felt as if he had filled some glaring holes - even if it meant changing the strategy a bit.

Illinois' 10 in-state players marks most since 2008

Illinois coach Lovie Smith signed 10 in-state players in his 23-man recruiting class Wednesday, the most from the Land of Lincoln since 2008. For fans who have watched some of the best homegrown talent migrate to other Big Ten schools, that is a victory in itself.