The Big Ten’s recruiting rankings for 2016 have been released.
The conference is tied with the SEC, which is in third place.
The Big Ten finished fourth in Rivals’ recruiting rankings, which has an annual ranking of 247Sports.
That would be the lowest in the country, according to the site.
The Big 12, which finished second, was seventh.
The other Big Ten teams in the rankings are Wisconsin, Michigan, Nebraska, Illinois, Ohio State and Penn State.
The rankings are based on how teams recruit, what they say about recruiting, how much they spend and how they handle media attention.
Rivals ranks the nation’s 15 most valuable programs according to recruiting rankings from ESPN, ESPNU, ESPN, 247Sports, Scout.com, ESPN Stats & Info, ESPN Insider and Rivals.