The final week of official visits didn’t disappoint, as four Big 12 schools combined for eight commitments going into Wednesday’s signing day.
It’s the last week of official visits, which means one last chance for coaches to make an impact before national signing day.While many athletes have decided where they want to play college football, there are still a few players looking to use this final week as a measuring stick.
In eight days, many of the nation’s top athletes will seal their college futures with a signature. Between now and Feb. 5, college programs will look to do one of two things, either use a final official visit to sway an uncommitted target or do all it can to flip an already-committed player.
As expected, this was one of the busiest weeks in the Big 12 from a recruiting standpoint. Teams were looking to fill in last-minute vacancies, and players were looking to finalize their college plans.
National signing day is in 15 days, and while many athletes have finalized their college plans, several questions remain. Will the committed players stay committed?
With less than 30 days till national signing day, Big 12 programs are finalizing their recruiting classes. Some are looking to build to their classes at the 11th hour while others are trying to hold on to the commits they have.
The Under Armour All-America Game is a week away, and several players are preparing to prove themselves against equally talented athletes on one of high school football’s biggest stages.
The ESPN class rankings saw multiple changes this week. Ohio State had a great week, as did LSU and Arizona State.Because of this, Texas has fallen to No.
Most of the Big 12 programs have all but filled their 2014 recruiting classes, sans one or two spots, and national signing day in February is expected to be a great day.
The Under Armour All-Americans have been announced; now, it’s a wait-and-see process for many of them. Will the committed players stay committed?
The beginning of the month didn't start out so hot for Oklahoma, who was routed in a highly-anticipated game at Baylor on Nov. 7. But the Sooners have rebounded well on the recruiting trail with a handful of commitments since the calendar turned.
Can Texas pull one of the biggest trifectas in college football this weekend? Will Baylor land a 2014 quarterback? Kansas got out of a recruiting slump, but can it add more players?
The countdown is on.With signing day less than three months away, many questions are being answered early with Big 12 targets and with players in the Midlands Region.
Not surprisingly, Big 12 programs have filled their rosters with ESPN 300 recruits. But, as we’ve come to learn, success on the field doesn’t always come down to how many stars you acquire each recruiting cycle.
Each Wednesday, ESPN RecruitingNation updates its national class rankings. For an in-depth look at the Big 12 conference, check out our conference rankings:1.