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NCAA Football: Alabama, LSU and FSU top '14 recruiting class, Big Ten led by OSU

The 2014 NCAA Football recruiting rankings are out (via ESPN.com) after yesterday’s National Signing Day. Alabama takes the No. 1 spot, followed by LSU, Florida State, Texas A&M and Tennessee. The rest of the top ten includes Florida, Ohio State, Auburn, Georgia and Miami (FL).

2013-14 Senior Bowl
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The aforementioned Buckeyes are tops in the Big Ten, followed by Michigan, Penn State, Michigan State and Wisconsin. The bottom tier of Big Ten schools is led by Nebraska, followed by Northwestern, Iowa, Indiana, Minnesota, Illinois and Purdue.

It should be noted that OSU, U of M and PSU are the only three Big Ten squads to find themselves in the Top 25 nationally. Of course, Michigan State is the defending Big Ten Champions and defeated Stanford (who comes in at No. 15th nationally) in the January’s Rose Bowl.

For the complete rankings (listing the top 75 schools), you can check it out on ESPN.com by clicking here.