Another national signing day has come and gone…and most are left wondering where those 12 hours of their lives went. For some schools it was an agonizing day of playing wait and see, for others it was a forgone conclusion that was over before most people were up and at work.
Still, national signing day proved fruitful for quite a few Big Ten teams. When the dust was settled Michigan made a big move up the board, while Northwestern and Iowa moved down it — at least according to the 247Sports Big Ten rankings:
However, just because the rankings say one thing doesn’t always make it so. In fact, sometimes the rankings are all about quantity over quality and in some cases the rankings are all wrong (am I right MSU and Wisconsin fans).
With that in mind, let’s take a look at our very own power rankings for the 2015 Big Ten football signing classes.
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