Tom Dienhart, Senior Writer, February 3, 2016

So, what type of team could you build if you assembled the highest-ranked players at each position who signed with Big Ten teams? A pretty good one. Check back in four or five years to see how many of these guys are first-team All-Big Ten in 2019 and 2020.

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Ohio State leads the way with nine guys. Michigan has seven. In all, eight different schools are represented: OSU, Michigan, Michigan State, Penn State, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Minnesota and Maryland.

2016 ALL-RECRUIT TEAM, based on rankings by

WR Austin Mack, Ohio State
WR Binjimen Victor, Ohio State
TE Jake Hausmann, Ohio State
T Michael Jordan, Ohio State
T Cole Van Lanen, Wisconsin
G Michal Menet, Penn State
G Terrance Davis, Maryland
C Connor McGovern, Penn State
QB Brandon Peters, Michigan
RB Miles Sanders, Penn State
RB Kareem Walker, Michigan

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E Jonathan Cooper, Ohio State
E Nick Bosa, Ohio State
T Rashan Gary, Michigan
T Ellison Jordan, Penn State
LB Devin Bush, Michigan
LB Carter Coughlin, Minnesota
LB Keandre Jones, Ohio State
CB David Long, Michigan
CB Lavert Hill, Michigan
S Lamar Jackson, Nebraska
S Demetric Vance, Michigan State

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K Quinn Nordin, Michigan
P Drue Chrisman, Ohio State
ATH Jordan Fuller, Ohio State


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