National Signing Day
While the Big 12 was the power-five conference left out of the first four-team playoff last month, the league was ranked third-best among all conferences for signing day Wednesday by Scout.com.
The CBS 11 Sports team airs a special webcast with an in-depth look at the top football recruits in North Texas and all of the area schools and there was some added suspense on National Signing Day this year.
National Signing Day saw the DISD send 114 student-athletes to college. But, getting to this point was an incredible challenge for South Oak Cliff High School wide receiver J.F. Thomas.
The Aggies signed 13 defenders, none bigger than defensive tackle Daylon Mack, along with 11 offensive players and a kicker Wednesday.
Kliff Kingsbury didn’t get a quarterback this year but the two remaining signal-callers will have taller receivers as targets next season.
From California to Florida, Texas signed 10 out-of-state high school players in a 28-player 2015 recruiting class Wednesday that Strong hopes will rebuild a struggling program into a Big 12 and national contender.
The best indication of players really wanting to play for TCU is that most of this signing class was committed long before the Horned Frogs shared the Big 12 title.
The decision by defensive tackle Andrew Billings to stay home made the wait worthwhile for Baylor.
Texas signed just 15 players Wednesday, the Longhorns’ smallest class since 2005, and it went heavy on offensive linemen with five.
Oklahoma State recruits asked coach Mike Gundy an obvious question during the past few weeks – who will be the Cowboys’ offensive coordinator next football season?
TCU has signed two of the top high school running backs from Texas to national letters of intent.
The first Wednesday of every February is National Signing day, a period in which high school seniors and eligible junior class prospects sign their letter of intent to play college football.