3. Wisconsin at No. 27. While the Badgers had a total of just three blue-chip guys in the 2019 class, one of themís the highest-rated QB signee in program history, Graham Mertz. They have perpetually lived outside the top 30, so this class represents big progress.
4. Indiana at No. 38. Not bad for a Hoosier team that went 5-7 last season! Indiana managed to land three of the top in-state prospects this cycle, too.
At No. 19, Nebraska is a decent bit ahead of its typical finish in the 20s or 30s.
At No. 23, Arkansas might have the best class ever for a two-win team.