NCF On The Trail: Devron Moore

Big 12 recruiting storylines: Dec. 19 

December, 19, 2013

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.

Midyear signings: Iowa State

December, 18, 2013
According to, the following players have signed with Iowa State:

Devron Moore S Carthage, Mo./Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
HT: 6-0 WT: 195
Positional Rank: No. 5 S Juco
Stars: 3

Jordan Harris ILB Clarksdale, Miss./Copiah-Lincoln CC
HT: 6-0 WT: 225
Positional Rank: N/A Juco
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Gabe Luna DE Garden City, Kan./Butler CC
HT: 6-2 WT: 245
Positional Rank: N/A Juco
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Wendall Taiese OT Oakland, Calif./Laney College
HT: 6-6 WT: 345
Positional Rank: N/A Juco
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Big 12 recruiting storylines: Oct. 24 

October, 24, 2013
In the past week, the top players in Texas for 2014 and 2015 announced their commitment to the same school. One of the top playmakers in the Lone Star State switched his commitment to a Big 12 school. West Virginia got a visit from an athlete committed elsewhere.

We’ll take a look at those topics and a few others in this week’s edition of Big 12 recruiting storylines.

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