HOW BIG 12 RECRUITING STACKS UP

A look at how many players teams signed on each side of the ball, plus how Internet recruiting services judge the classes.

School Total
Players
Off.
Players
Def.
Players
Rivals
rank
Scout
rank
Top
recruit

Notable
Baylor 19 8 11 43 50 OL, Spencer Drango, Cedar Park Signed five DL, four OL
Colorado 18 9 9 NR 62 OL, Paulay Asiata, Honolulu Picked up only two Colorado recruits
Iowa State 22 14 8 NR 71 RB, Robert Standard, St. Louis Signed five Iowa recruits
Kansas 27 14 13 34 38 RB, Anthony Pierson, East St. Louis Signed recruits from 11 states
Kansas State 32 16 16 NR 65 WR, Daniel Sams, Slidell, La. 8 JC, 3 4-year college transfers
Missouri 17 7 10 45 47 DT, Sheldon Richardson, Sequoias Signed nine Texas recruits
Nebraska 20 12 8 15 23 RB, Aaron Green, San Antonio 11 four-star recruits
Oklahoma 17 9 8 13 15 WR, Trey Metoyer, Whitehouse Brookshire RB Brandon Williams 5-star
Oklahoma St. 28 12 16 28 20 RB, Herschel Sims, Abilene 20 Texas recruits
Texas 22 11 11 4 4 RB, Malcolm Brown, Cibolo 15 4-star recruits, one 5-star
Texas A&M 22 8 14 27 30 CB, Floyd Raven, Reserve, La. Taylor Bertolet top-ranked kicker
Texas Tech 27 15 12 19 18 TE, Jace Amaro, San Antonio Signed six four-star recruits

Note: Rivals ranks only top 50 teams / Compiled by staff writer John Werner

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