Posted on: February 1, 2012 7:32 pm
Posted by Tom Fornelli
Breaking down who won and who lost in the Big 12 on National Signing Day
WINNER: Mack Brown
Nothing new for Mack Brown and the Texas Longhorns on signing day this year, as the Longhorns put together a class of 28 players. Players that were good enough to earn the Longhorns the second spot in our CBS Sports National Signing Day Top 25. The Longhorns already had a strong class coming into the Wednesday, but flipping players like Torshiro Davis, Bryce Cottrell, and Daje Johnson in the last few days helped put it over the top.
LOSER: Mack Brown
How can you win and lose at the same time? Well, it's not that hard if you're Mack Brown. After all, Brown has long been considered one of the best coaches on the recruiting trail since taking over at Texas. However, the great classes that he's signed haven't done much to help the Longhorns when it comes to picking up victories the last few years. Now with another top class, the expectations that Texas compete for the Big 12 title will only grow that much larger, and considering that Connor Brewer is the only "top" quarterback in his latest class, Brown will really need the rest of his newest class to start contributing right away. If they don't we can't be sure how many more signing days Brown will have, contract extension or not.
WINNER: Boomer Sooner
While Oklahoma's class may not be as highly regarded as Texas, it's still good enough to finish at #8 in the CBS Sports National Signing Day Top 25. It has its share of studs in wide receivers Trey Metoyer and Durron Neal, along with lineman Will Latu and quarterback Trevor Knight, but more than anything Bob Stoops and his staff focused on the areas of need in Norman. Of the 25 players in Oklahoma's class, 12 are either receivers, tight ends or defensive lineman. If the Sooners had been able to add another running back or two -- and this isn't a knock on Alex Ross, David Smith, or Damien Williams -- this class would have been ranked even higher.
LOSER: Oklahoma State
It doesn't seem like the Cowboys and Mike Gundy were truly able to capitalize on their first Big 12 title and win in the Fiesta Bowl. While their 2012 class certainly isn't terrible -- I consider it pretty solid to be honest -- it's not exactly the type of class that will wow anybody either. Still, Gundy and company focused on need, and while a class full of three-star recruits isn't going to knock anybody off their feet, it's those same types of recruiting classes that Oklahoma State rode to the Fiesta Bowl last season. So while I have the Cowboys marked a as "loser" here, it's in the context of the National Signing Day. Besides, if four-star quarterback Wes Lunt and receiver C.J. Curry go on to become the next Brandon Weeden and Justin Blackmon, well, then this class will be magnificent won't it?
WINNER: Tommy Tuberville
Texas Tech went out and, quietly, pulled in one of the better classes in the Big 12. In fact, depending on which recruiting service you fancy, the Red Raiders trailed only Texas and Oklahoma in overall quality this season. While four-star receivers Reginald Davis and Dominique Wheeler are the flashier commits, I feel the best sign for Tech's future is the fact that at least 15 of its 26 commits will play on the defensive side of the ball. We already know Texas Tech can light up a scoreboard, but until it starts playing better on defense, it won't be able to win consistently. Recruiting classes like this one will go a long way to making that happen.
LOSER: Iowa State
Again, like I said in the Oklahoma State entry, don't take this "loser" personally. The fact is that Iowa State just isn't the type of program that is going to pull in a lot of 5- and 4-star recruits. Instead Paul Rhoads pulled in a class of 21 players comprised mostly of 3-star players. So while this class may not have a lot of "sex appeal" it could help Iowa State continue to make bowl appearances under Rhoads, and that's all you can ask of Iowa State right now.
WINNER: Fax machine distributors of the United States
Hope you made enough money this year to tide you over until next signing day.
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Posted on: January 19, 2012 12:47 am
Edited on: January 24, 2012 1:49 pm
Posted by Bryan Fischer
We're two weeks out from Signing Day and what better time to take a look at each conference and where every school stacks up as coaches make final home visits and work on scholarship math. Here's a look at all the verbal commitments for the Big 12.
Offensive lineman Tre-Von Armstead (Port Arthur, Texas)
Offensive lineman Cameron Bailey (Athens, Texas)
Defensive end Dominique Banks (Denton, Texas)
Defensive back Terrell Burt (Wylie, Texas)
Defensive back Devin Chafin (Burkburnett, Texas)
Athlete Corey Coleman (Richardson, Texas)
Defensive back Aiavion Edwards (Stephenville, Texas)
Linebacker Kendall Ehrlich (Pearland, Texas)
Defensive tackle Zorrell Ezell (Humble, Texas)
Offensive lineman Kyle Fuller (Wylie, Texas)
Wide receiver Kiante' Griffin (Carrollton, Texas)
Athlete Lynx Hawthorne (Weimar, Texas)
Linebacker Eddie Lackey (Riverside, Calif./Riverside JUCO)
Running back Rashodrick Linwood (Linden, Texas)
Defensive end Javonte Magee (San Antonio, Texas), Tom Lemming Top Player for 2012
Linebacker Brian Nance (Euless, Texas)
Defensive end Jamal Palmer (McKinney, Texas)
Defensive back Ryan Reid (Sherman, Texas)
Quarterback Seth Russell (Garland, Texas)
Defensive back Zach Sanchez (Keller, Texas)
Defensive tackle Joey Searcy (Corsicana, Texas/Navarro JUCO)
Athlete Terrence Singleton (Port Arthur, Texas)
Iowa State (23)
Defensive end Pierre Aka (Indianapolis, Ind.)
Defensive end Collin Bevins (Creston, Iowa)
Offensive lineman Daniel Burton (Oklahoma City, Okla.)
Wide receiver Dondre Daley (Tarpon Springs, Fla.)
Offensive lineman Jacob Dunning (Leander, Texas)
Wide receiver Patrick Harris (Groveland, Fla.)
Defensive end Ishmail Hayes (Brenham, Texas)
Running back Barkley Hill (Cedar Falls, Iowa)
Quarterback Luke Knott (Lee's Summit, Mo.)
Athlete Damein Lawry (Dallas, Texas)
Defensive end Mitchell Meyers (The Woodlands, Texas)
Defensive end Cory Morrissey (Council Bluffs, Iowa/Iowa Western JUCO)
Defensive back T.J. Mutcherson (Tampa, Fla.)
Kicker Cole Netten (Ankeny, Iowa)
Linebacker Adam Pavlenko (Tempe, Ariz.)
Linebacker Eddie Porter (Brenham, Texas/Blinn JUCO)
Athlete Charles Rodgers (Iowa City, Iowa)
Quarterback Grant Rohach (Moorpark, Calif.)
Linebacker Kane Seeley (Perry, Iowa)
Defensive back Cliff Stokes (Athens, Texas/Trinity Valley JUCO)
Wide receiver Quan West (Willis, Texas)
Linebacker Darius White (Bradenton, Fla.)
Offensive lineman Duaron Williams (Orlando, Fla.)
Defensive back Greg Allen (Houston, Texas)
Offensive lineman Brian Beckmann (Overland Park, Kan.)
Tight end Charles Brooks (Scottsdale, Ariz./Scottsdale JUCO)
Offensive lineman Sean Connolly (Lakewood, Ohio)
Running back Taylor Cox (Weed, Calif.)
Wide receiver Josh Ford (Yumz, Ariz./Arizona Western JUCO)
Defensive tackle Tyler Holmes (Sachse, Texas)
Defensive tackle Ty McKinney (Athens, Texas/Trinity Valley JUCO)
Wide receiver Tre Parmalee (Overland Park, Kan.)
Defensive tackle Chaquil Reed (Wichita, Kan./Butler Juco)
Defensive back H.B. Rosser (Clarksville, Texas)
Tight end Jordan Smith (Waco, Texas)
Defensive end Keon Stowers (Milledgeville, Ga.)
Kansas State (15)
Quarterback Tavarius Bender (Lincoln, Neb.)
Defensive tackle Travis Britz (Harrisonville, Mo.)
Wide receiver Deante Burton (Manhattan, Kan.)
Wide receiver Marquez Clark (Corsicana, Texas/Navarro JUCO)
Linebacker Will Davis (Southlake, Texas)
Offenisve lineman Aderius Epps (Cedar Hill, Texas)
Defensive back Kent Gainous (Athens, Texas/Trinity Valley JUCO)
Defensive tackle Wesley Hollingshed (Athens, Texas/Trinity Valley JUCO)
Running back Charles Jones (Mandeville, La.)
Running back Jarvis Leverett (Katy, Texas)
Wide receiver Tray Rabon (Dallas, Texas)
Offensive lineman Tavon Rooks (Corsicana, Texas/Navarro JUCO)
Athlete Matt Seiwert (Conway Springs, Kan.)
Tight end Cody Small (Cypress, Texas)
Wide receiver Vernon Vaughn (Kansas City, Kan.)
Athlete Daniel Brooks (Rockdale, Texas)
Offensive lineman Ty Darlington (Apopka, Fla.), Tom Lemming Top Player for 2012
Defensive back Kasseim Everett (Woodland Hills, Calif./Pierce JUCO)
Tight end Brannon Green (Fort Scott, Kan./Fort Scott JUCO)
Tight end Laith Harlow (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Quarterback Trevor Knight (San Antonio, Texas)
Offensive lineman Kyle Marrs (San Antonio, Texas)
Offensive lineman John Michael McGee (Texarkana, Texas), Tom Lemming Top Player for 2012
Tight end Taylor McNamara (San Diego, Calif.), Tom Lemming Top Player for 2012
Wide receiver Trey Metoyer (Chatham, Va./Hargrave Military Academy)
Wide receiver Durron Neal (St. Louis, Mo.), Tom Lemming Top Player for 2012
Defensive end Chaz Nelson (Garden City, Kan./Garden City JUCO)
Athlete Alex Ross (Jenks, Okla.)
Wide receiver Sterling Shepard (Oklahoma City, Okla.)
Running back David Smith (Midlothian, Ill.)
Linebacker Eric Striker (Seffner, Fla.)
Athlete Charles Tapper (Baltimore, Md.)
Wide receiver Derrick Woods (Inglewood, Calif.), Tom Lemming Top Player for 2012
Oklahoma State (20)
Wide receiver Chance Allen (Missouri City, Texas)
Defensive tackle Calvin Barnett (Corsicana, Texas/Navarro JUCO)
Offensive lineman Greg Brantley (Carthage, Texas)
Defensive end Trace Clark (Wichita, Kan.)
Wide receiver C.J. Curry (Flowery Branch, Ga.)
Defensive end Eric Davis (Tyler, Texas)
Offensive lineman Chris Grishby (Clute, Texas/Blinn Juco)
Defensive end Victor Irokansi (Pflugerville, Texas)
Tight end Blake Jackson (Scottsdale, Ariz./Scottsdale JUCO)
Defensive back Ashton Lampkin (Fort Worth, Texas)
Offensive lineman Paul Lewis (Galena Park, Texas)
Quarterback Wes Lunt (Rochester, Ill.)
Defensive end Emmanuel Ogabah (Richmond, Texas)
Defensive back Kevin Peterson (Wagoner, Okla.)
Athlete Dominic Ramacher (Denton, Texas)
Wide receiver Brandon Sheperd (Chesterfield, Mo.)
Linebacker Jeremiah Tshimanda (North Richland Hills, Texas)
Tight end Zac Veatch (Broken Arrow, Okla.)
Wide receiver Blake Webb (The Woodlands, Texas)
Offensive lineman Michael Wilson (Aledo, Texas)
Running back LaDarius Anthony (Kilgore, Texas)
Quarterback Austin Aune (Argyle, Texas)
Tight end Gerren Ballard (Whitewright, Texas)
Offensive lineman Chad Childs (La Grange, Texas)
Running back B.J. Catalon (Houston, Texas)
Wide receiver Ricky Collins (Kilgore JUCO, Kilgore, Texas)
Defensive end Devonte Fields (Arlington, Texas)
Defensive back Keivon Gamble (Athens, Texas/Trinity Valley JUCO)
Tight end Griffin Gilbert (Austin, Texas)
Linebacker A.J. Hilliard (Klein, Texas)
Defensive tackle Joey Hunt (El Campo, Texas)
Defensive back Zach Jackson (Snellville, Ga.)
Athlete Daje Johnson (Plugerville, Texas)
Athlete Kolby Listenbee (Arlington, Texas)
Quarterback Tyler Matthews (McPherson, Kan.), Tom Lemming Top Player for 2012
Linebacker James MccFarland (West Monroe, La.)
Kicker Jaden Oberkrom (Arlington, Texas)
Kicker Ethan Perry (Spring Branch, Texas)
Defensive back Edward Pope (Carthage, Texas)
Offensive lineman Halapoulivaati Vaitai (Haltom City, Texas)
Defensive end Caleb Bluiett (Beaumont, Texas)
Defensive tackle Paul Boyette (Humble, Texas)
Quarterback Connor Brewer (Scottsdale, Ariz.), Tom Lemming Top Player for 2012
Defensive tackle Malcom Brown (Brenham, Texas), Tom Lemming Top Player for 2012
Athlete Adrian Colbert (Mineral Wells, Texas)
Linebacker Timothy Cole (Brenham, Texas)
Linebacker Alex De La Torre (Denton, Texas)
Defensive back Bryson Echols (DeSoto, Texas)
Offensive lineman Kennedy Estelle (Pearland, Texas), Tom Lemming Top Player for 2012
Running back Johnathan Gray (Aledo, Texas), Tom Lemming Top Player for 2012
Offensive lineman Donald Hawkins (Senatoba, Miss./Northwest Mississippi JUCO)
Offensive lineman Camrhon Hughes (Harker Heights, Texas), Tom Lemming Top Player for 2012
Linebacker Peter Jinkens (Dallas, Texas)
Wide receiver Marcus Johnson (League City, Texas)
Wide receiver Cayleb Jones (Austin, Texas), Tom Lemming Top Player for 2012
Kicker Nick Jordan (Coppell, Texas)
Defensive tackle Brandon Moore (Scooba, Miss./East Mississippi JUCO)
Defensive tackle Alex Norman (Dallas, Texas)
Athlete Jalen Overstreet (Tatum, Texas)
Defensive end Hassan Ridgeway (Mansfield, Texas)
Offensive lineman Curtis Riser (DeSoto, Texas), Tom Lemming Top Player for 2012
Athlete Kendall Sanders (Athens, Texas), Tom Lemming Top Player for 2012
Athlete Orlando Thomas (Copperas Cove, Texas)
Defensive back Kevin Vaccaro (Brownwood, Texas)
Texas Tech (24)
Defensive end Lee Adams (Riverside, Calif./Riverside JUCO)
Defensive back Micah Awe (Mansfield, Texas)
Wide receiver Javon Bell (Perkinston, Miss./Gulf Coast JUCO)
Wide receiver Reginald Davis (Tenaha, Texas)
Offensive lineman Rashad Fortenberry (Perkinston, Miss./Gulf Coast JUCO)
Linebacker Ryan Flannigan (Missouri, Texas)
Athlete Sadale Foster (Riverside, Calif./Riverside JUCO)
Defensive back Bruce Jones (Riverside, Calif./Riverside JUCO)
Offensive lineman Jared Kaster (Altair, Texas)
Offensive lineman Trey Keenan (Argyle, Texas)
Defensive tackle J.J. Lollar (College Station, Texas)
Defensive back La'Darius Newbold (Lancaster, Texas)
Defensive back Thierry Nguema (Corona, Calif.)
Quarterback Clayton Nichols (Abilene, Texas)
Linebacker Chris Payne (Perkinston, Miss./Gulf Coast JUCO)
Defensive end Chase Robison (Memphis, Tenn.)
Defensive tackle Anthony Smith (Houston, Texas)
Linebacker Will Smith (Riverside, Calif./Riverside JUCO)
Offensive lineman Michael Starts (Waco, Texas)
Defensive back Austin Stewart (Woodland Hills, Calif./Pierce JUCO)
Athlete Keenon Ward (Snyder, Texas)
Wide receiver Dominique Wheeler (Crockett, Texas)
Running back Quinton White (College Station, Texas)
Athlete Kris Williams (Dallas, Texas)
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Posted on: January 17, 2012 5:43 pm
Posted by Bryan Fischer
Oklahoma was the final official visit for Midlothian (Ill.) running back David Smith and it appears he liked what he saw, making things official and committing to the Sooners on Tuesday.
"I talked it over with my parents, my coach, and next fall I'll be attending the university of Oklahoma," Smith said at a press conference.
The 6-foot-1, 190-pound back also held offers from schools such as Cincinnati, Purdue and West Virginia. Maxpreps' 15th-ranked tailback has been high on Oklahoma for some time and should fit in well in their offensive system.
"Shoot, I'm just excited, I don't know. I'm just excited about this, I don't know what to say really. It's crazy man," Smith told SoonerScoop.com. "I mean, it's a dream come true."
Smith rushed for 837 yards and topped 1,000 all-purpose yards last season as a senior. He is Oklahoma's 19th class of 2012 commitment.
"He shows outstanding vision, speed, and cutting ability," analyst Tom Lemming said. "A compact type of back who is a patient runner, he can accelerate on a dime, plays with good balance, runs hard between the tackles, and seems to get stronger as the game progresses. He really came into his own the second half of last season and has become one of the more heavily recruited RB prospects in the Midwest."
Posted on: January 10, 2012 10:55 am
Posted by Bryan Fischer
Alabama won the national title last night and could be in line for another in February based on the updated Maxpreps team rankings.
TCU is recruiting and signing elite athletes with their move to the Big 12.
Five West Virginia recruits are already enrolled for the spring.
A look at Georgia's big board and who they have left to recruit.
Running back David Smith picked up a late Oklahoma offer and will visit the school officially.
Cal commit Bryce Treggs apparently likes to express himself at basketball games.
Todd Graham's first commitment at Arizona State is a Canadian.
Texas recruit Johnathan Gray is in a walking boot after a high ankle sprain suffered in the Under Armour game.
Posted on: December 28, 2011 11:59 am
Posted by Bryan Fischer
Steve Kragthorpe helped snare quarterback Gunner Kiel for LSU.
With Kiel off the board, what does Notre Dame do?
Wide out Jehu Chesson is looking forward to going to Michigan.
- Good breakdown of the standouts from the first day at the Rising Seniors Bowl.
Arizona State's new coaches are making some progress in recruiting.
A season recap for Maryland commit Isaac Goins.
Oklahoma has recently entered the picture for running back David Smith.
Posted on: October 4, 2011 11:41 am
Posted by Bryan Fischer
- A video interview with one of the elite 2013 athletes Jake Raulerson.
One of the top 2013 running backs, Kelvin Taylor, is down to Florida and Alabama.
Florida State commit Dante Fowler returned to practice after his suspension.
Vanderbilt head coach James Franklin used a helicopter to visit recruits over the weekend.
Georgia offered Brandon Kublanow recently.
Miami stopped by to keep an eye on defensive back Nicco Whigham and linebacker Erick Hallmon.
Running back David Smith has set up official visits for Boston College, Iowa and West Virginia.
California offensive lineman Freddie Tagaloa will be on an official visit at Oregon this week.
A look at Michigan's top remaining recruits for 2012.
FIU picked up receiver Adrian Jenkins and running back Lamarq Caldwell.
Posted on: September 20, 2011 10:13 am
Posted by Bryan Fischer
- If you're looking for a quarterback, Texas is the place to find one if you take into account NFL success.
Florida State had an impressive visitor list for their game against Oklahoma.
Running back David Smith made an unofficial visit to Iowa and tackle Jordan Diamond was at Illinois.
Defensive back Jordan Diggs has set an official visit to South Carolina.
2013 receiver Jorian Jordan-Brown is leaning toward North Carolina and South Carolina among others.
UConn commit Bobby Puyol hopes the Huskies go to the ACC.
Top 2013 prospect Jake Raulerson had a good time at the Arkansas-Troy game and is very interested in the Razorbacks.
Posted on: June 29, 2011 9:40 am
Edited on: June 29, 2011 10:20 am
Posted by Bryan Fischer
- Running back Greg Garmon has overcome obstacles to become both a cancer survivor and a Top 100 recruit.
One of the top quarterbacks in Georgia, Greyson Lambert, will visit South Carolina, Alabama, Florida and Florida State in July.
Big offensive line recruit Vadal Alexander will visit Geogia but says his leaders are Alabama, LSU and Auburn.
Offensive lineman Alex Kozan took in the sights and sounds of Arkansas yesterday.
Nebraska is making itself at home in the state of Ohio.
Notre Dame offered quarterback Jalin Marshall.
The Orlando Sentinel says Florida State's recruiting class narrowly edges out Florida.
Running back David Smith could follow his friend Maurice Fleming Jr. to Illinois.
Al Golden and Miami picked up two players in the 2012 class in linebacker Reggie Northrup and tight end Brandon Holifield.
Wide receiver Lamarlin Wiggins has pledged to attend USF.
It was a good day for Washington, which picked up commitments from safety Taylor Lagace, defensive end Kalei Auelua and defensive back Bryan Harper.
Texas added kicker Nick Jordan to their upcoming class.
Running back Joe Riddle pulled the trigger on a commitment to Maryland.
Tags: Al Golden, Alabama, Alex Kozan, Arkansas, Auburn, Brandon Holifield, Bryan Harper, David Smith, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Greg Garmon, Greyson Lambert, Illinois, Jalin Marshall, Joe Riddle, Kalei Auelua, Lamarlin Wiggins, LSU, Maryland, Maurice Fleming Jr., Miami, Nebraska, Nick Jordan, Notre Dame, Reggie NOrthrup, South Carolina, Taylor Lagace, Texas, USF, Vadal Alexander, Washington