Big 12 bringing in juco help

December, 19, 2013
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Wednesday, several teams in the Big 12 added immediate help in the form of junior college signings. Texas Tech led the way with five juco signings, followed by Baylor, Iowa State and West Virginia with four.

All told, five players from the ESPN Junior College 50 signed with Big 12 schools, headlined by Oklahoma State athlete Tyreek Hill (Pearson, Ga./Garden City Community College), the No. 4 overall juco recruit in the country. Hill actually visited Texas last weekend, but ultimately stuck with his commitment to the Cowboys, who plan to use the speedy Hill as a slot receiver.

Other ESPN Junior College 50 Wednesday signings include Baylor guard Jarell Broxton (Gaithersburg, Md./Lackawanna College), Kansas State wideout Andre Davis (Santa Rosa, Calif./Santa Rosa Junior College) and cornerback Danzel McDaniel (Dodge City, Kan./Dodge City Community College) and Oklahoma tight end Isaac Ijalana (Woodland Hills, Calif./Pierce College).

The junior-college signee list:

Baylor

OG Jarell Broxton (Gaithersburg, Md./Lackawanna College)

Positional Rank: No. 2 OG (ESPN JC50)

CB Chris Sanders (Tucker, Ga./Eastern Arizona College)

Positional Rank: No. 5 CB

CB Tion Wright (Amarillo, Texas/Moorpark College)

Positional Rank: No. 18 CB

ILB Grant Campbell (Bakersfield, Calif./Bakersfield College)

Positional Rank: NR

Iowa State

S Devron Moore (Carthage, Mo./Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College)

Positional Rank: No. 5 S

ILB Jordan Harris (Clarksdale, Miss./ Copiah-Lincoln Community College)

Positional Rank: NR

DE Gabe Luna (Garden City, Kan./Butler Community College)

Positional Rank: NR

OT Wendell Taiese (Oakland, Calif./Laney College)

Positional Rank: NR

Kansas

OG Keyon Haughton (Milledgeville, Ga./Georgia Military College)

Positional Rank: No. 8 OG

CB Ronnie Davis (Miami, Okla./Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College)

Positional Rank: No. 21 CB

S Anthony Smithson (Salinas, Calif./Hartnell Community College)

Positional Rank: NR

Kansas State

CB Danzel McDaniel (Dodge City, Kan./Dodge City Community College)

Positional Rank: No. 4 CB (ESPN JC50)

WR Andre Davis (Santa Rosa, Calif./Santa Rosa Junior College)

Positional Rank: No. 5 WR (ESPN JC50)

OT Luke Hayes (El Dorado, Kan./Butler Community College)

Positional Rank: No. 14 OT

Oklahoma

TE Isaac Ijalana (Woodland Hills, Calif./Pierce College)

Positional Rank: No. 1 TE (ESPN JC50)

OLB Devante Bond (Roseville, Calif./Sierra College)

Positional Rank: No. 9 OLB

Oklahoma State

ATH Tyreek Hill (Pearson, Ga./Garden City Community College)

Positional Rank: No. 1 ATH (ESPN JC50)

ILB Devante Averette (Melvindale, Mich./Ellsworth Community College)

Positional Rank: No. 5 ILB

TCU

S Kenny Iloka (Sugar Land, Texas/Tyler Junior College)

Positional Rank: No. 2 S

OG Frank Kee (Arlington, Texas/Tyler Junior College)

Positional Rank: No. 5 OG

Texas Tech

S Josh Keys (Seminary, Miss./Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College)

Positional Rank: No. 4 S

DT Keland McElrath (Clarksdale, Miss./Coahoma Community College)

Positional Rank: No. 19 DT

OT Dontae Levingston (Harbor City, Calif./Santa Monica College)

Positional Rank: No. 20 OT

DT Marcus Smith (Highland, Kan./Highland Community College)

Positional Rank: NR

WR Devin Lauderdale (Corsicana, Texas/Navarro College)

Positional Rank: N/A

West Virginia

QB Skyler Howard (Fort Worth, Texas/Riverside City College)

Positional Rank: No. 3 dual-threat QB

OLB Edward Muldrow (Snellville, Ga/Copiah-Lincoln Community College)

Positional Rank: No. 7 OLB

CB Keishawn Richardson (Putnam City, Okla./Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College)

Positional Rank: No. 8 CB

OT Sylvester Townes (Memphis, Tenn./Coahoma Community College)

Positional Rank: No. 21 OT

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