- Damon Sayles, RecruitingNation
With the first day of the mid-year transfer signing period in the books, Big 12 schools managed to pick up some quality players. Twenty-nine junior college players signed letters of intent to nine of the 10 schools in the conference.
Texas Tech scored the most signees with five. Josh Keys (Seminary, Miss./Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College) was one of the bigger names to sign, as he’s the No. 4 juco safety in the country. Other new Red Raiders include offensive tackle Dontae Levingston (Harbor City, Calif./Santa Monica College), wide receiver Devin Lauderdale (Corsicana, Texas/Navarro College) and defensive tackles Keland McElrath (Clarksdale, Miss./Coahoma Community College) and Marcus Smith (Highland, Kan./Highland Community College).
Here are some of the more intriguing storylines involving teams and players -- new and future -- in the conference:
K-State’s juco reputation lives on
The last thing Kansas State’s reputation did on Wednesday was take a hit.
12hJake Trotter and Max Olson
17hSharon Katz, ESPN Stats & Information
2dCraig Haubert and Tom Luginbill