Oklahoma earns Big 12's top grade
Here's a team-by-team breakdown of the recruiting classes in the Big 12.
Joe Mixon, who is joined by fellow ESPN 300 back Samaje Perine. Four-star ATH Michiah Quick, No. 75 in the ESPN 300, is another talented prospect out of California and could be a playmaker for Oklahoma out of the slot. A pair of ESPN 300 tight ends, Carson Meier and Mark Andrews, join No. 265 Dallis Todd and four-star Jeffery Mead at receiver. No. 100 Justice Hansen could be the future of the quarterback position and will be protected by four-star offensive linemen Alex Dalton and Natrell Curtis. Three-star safety prospect Jordan Thomas was a need-filling flip from Northwestern. Three-star Tay Evans is an active linebacker who just needs time to add bulk.
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