The 2014 class is signed and delivered, which means it is time to look to the future. One recruit in the 2016 class already has a few offers and the attention of schools throughout Florida and the Southeast.
After an impressive start to the 2016 recruiting cycle, Baylor sits on top of the Big 12 recruiting world at the end of the spring evaluation period.
Team searching for help at all of the offensive skill positions this fall.
New Kansas coach David Beaty has made Texas one of his top priorities in terms of recruiting talent to rebuild the Jayhawks.
Bill Snyder has never been one to push for early commitments and his 2016 class is a perfect reflection of that.
So far the Sooners have only four commits and only one pledge from an ESPN 300 prospect in the 2016 class.
Under Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State's recruiting formula hasn't changed much, and we're seeing much of the same with the 2016 class.
Gary Patterson's TCU squad will be a force to reckon with on the recruiting trail during the build up to signing day 2016.
Under Mack Brown, Texas fans grew accustomed to racking up virtually itsÂ entire recruiting class by the end of the spring evaluation period.
While Baylor and TCU have grabbed headlines this spring in the Big 12, Texas Tech has quietly assembled a solid foundation to its 2016 class.
West Virginia has gotten off to a solid start in its 2016 recruiting class with eight commitments.
For the Eagles it's a simple recruiting philosophy -- try to keep the Upper East Coast's top prospects home and hit Georgia and Florida hard.
The Tigers are back in the top 10 again with a recruiting class that features the No. 2 outside linebacker and No. 2 running back in the country.
Duke is off to a great start on the recruiting trail for a second straight class.
The Florida State Seminoles, led by five-stars QB Malik Henry and CB Levonta Taylor, have the top-ranked class entering the summer.
The Yellow Jackets have only three commitments so far, but if they deliver a season that meets lofty expectations they could gain steam late.