- Jake Trotter, ESPN Staff Writer
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Less that two months removed from signing day, the Big 12 schools have already begun to shape their 2015 recruiting classes. Below is a snapshot of where every team stands for 2015 at the moment. Also, remember to check out the Recruiting Nation team, whom you can follow via their On the Trail blog:
4-star: QB/WR Chad President (Temple, Texas/Temple)
The skinny: Baylor’s domination securing top-flight WRs has continued with the 2015 class.
Other: OLB Bobby McMillen (Naperville, Ill./Naperville)
The skinny: The Cyclones secured their first commitment in McMillen just days after signing day.
The skinny: Coach Charlie Weis is still looking for his first pledge for the Class of 2015.
3-star: QB Alex Delton (Hays, Kan./Hays)
The skinny: The Wildcats have only one commitment, but it was a critical get. K-State whiffed on QBs in the 2014 class, making the position a top priority for 2015. The Wildcats can rest easy with the speedy Delton on board.
3-star: S Jamile Johnson Jr. (Dallas/South Oak Cliff)
The skinny: Oklahoma’s recruiting momentum following the Sugar Bowl win over Alabama has carried over into 2015, as Overton committed the day after. The Sooners will have to fight to keep Wariboko, the other gem of the class so far. He has offers from almost every power program in the country, including Florida State, LSU and Texas.
The skinny: The Cowboys are off to a sleepy start in 2015, but they did get a much-needed pledge from a QB with only two on scholarship on the current roster. Oklahoma State might add another QB in this class.
The skinny: TCU has worked quickly with its 2015 class, picking up seven commitments already. Mitchell was being pursued by OU before pledging to the Horned Frogs.
The skinny: Charlie Strong and his staff have hit the pavement running in Austin, filling out the class with a Big 12-high nine commitments, including three players on the ESPN Junior 300 list.
4-star: QB Jarrett Stidham (Stephenville, Texas/Stephenville)
The Skinny: Kliff Kingsbury collected Texas Tech’s biggest recruiting victory in years by hauling in Stidham, ranked as the No. 1 dual-threat QB in the class. Stidham had offers from virtually every blue-blood program in the country, and he gives the Red Raiders a foundation piece at a key position.
3-star: WR Kahlil Lewis (Miramar, Fla./ Miramar); RB William Cameron (Sanford, N.C./Southern Lee); OG Matt Jones (Hubbard, Ohio/Hubbard); Stone Wolfley (Morgantown, W.Va./Morgantown); ATH Jordan Adams (Reisterstown, Md./Franklin)
The Skinny: The Mountaineers are off to a blistering start to their 2015 class, with quality and quantity. McFadden and Durante, who had offers from Alabama and Florida State, are both on the ESPN Junior 300 list.
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