Each Wednesday, ESPN RecruitingNation updates its national class rankings and its conference rankings.
Texas coach Mack Brown may be under some fire, but the Longhorns are coming off a big win in the Red River Rivalry and still lead the Big 12 class rankings. Baylor has impressed recruits with its potent offense, resulting in the Big 12’s second-ranked class. The Bears are recruiting more offensive firepower with commits like WR K.D. Cannon. West Virginia recently slipped out of the national rankings but still sit at No. 6 in the conference.
1. Texas, 24 commits: The Longhorns check in at No. 7 in the RecruitingNation class rankings with the headliners being No. 79 overall Derick Roberson (San Antonio, Texas/Williams J. Brennan High), No. 119 Armanti Foreman (Texas City, Texas/Texas City High) and No. 138 Jerrod Heard (Denton, Texas/John H. Guyer High). Texas, which currently has seven ESPN300 commits, has its sights set on No. 31 overall Solomon Thomas (Coppell, Texas/Coppell High), No. 13 Tony Brown (Beaumont, Texas/Ozen High) and No. 25 Jamal Adams (Lewiville, Texas/Hebron High).