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ESPN Ranks The Big Ten's 2013 Recruiting Classes

Here's the top five.
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ANN ARBOR, MI - SEPTEMBER 13: Quarterback Devin Gardner #98 of the Michigan Wolverines leads the team onto the field prior to the start of the game against the Miami University Redhawks at Michigan Stadium on September 13, 2014 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. the Wolverines defeated the Redhawks 34-10. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)

ESPN has rankedthe Big Ten's 2013 recruiting classes on how they currently stand. However, many changes can still occur. Here's the top five for the time being.

1. Michigan 
Michigan's 2013 class has 23 commits. They have 11 of ESPN's top 150 recruits and 15 in ESPN's top 300. The class is ranked No. 2 nationally.

2. Ohio State
Ohio State's class has 16 commits. The class includes six of ESPN's top 150 recruits and 11 of ESPN's top 300. It's the nation's No. 5 ranked class.

3. Penn State
Penn State has 10 commits in their 2013 class. Two of those commits are in ESPN's top 150, three are in the top 300. The class is ranked No. 24 nationally.

4. Nebraska
Nebraska's 2013 class has 13 commits, two of which are in ESPN's top 300.

5. Wisconsin
Wisconsin's recruiting class has 13 commits, with four-star DT Darius Latham as their number one recruit. He's the nation's No. 279 ranked recruit.