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This will give us a head start for Recruiting Texas next year....

Discussion in 'University of Colorado Recruiting Archive' started by Idot Buff, Feb 4, 2010.

  1. Idot Buff

    Idot Buff Club Member Club Member

    Aug 19, 2007
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    1. Texas: A pair of five-star defensive additions (Jackson Jeffcoat, Jordan Hicks) cap a national top-three class.
    2. Oklahoma: Lots of speed, playmakers and Texans highlight a blue-chip haul that may be Bob Stoops' best in a decade.
    3. Texas A&M: Two late defections ended talk about a top 10 class nationally. But there still is plenty of beef in the trenches and speed on the edges.
    4. Missouri: A top 20 class nationally with homegrown talent and two four-star Texas signees (James Franklin, Tristen Holt).
    5. Oklahoma State: The Cowboys built on their Cotton Bowl appearance, signing lots of Texans in a deep, balanced class.
    6. Nebraska: Another solid haul, anchored by five Texans, for the defending North Division champs.
    7. Texas Tech: During a tough transition year, new coach Tommy Tuberville signed plenty of plums, including elite QB Scotty Young.
    8. Baylor: The Bears continue to close the talent gap under coach Art Briles, whose 2010 class is long on speed and talented defensive backs.
    9. Iowa State: Coach Paul Rhoads capitalized on ISU's bowl victory, signing seven Texans in a stronger-than-expected class.
    10. Kansas: A reality check for new coach Turner Gill, who inherited a team with a seven-game losing streak but made recruiting strides within Texas.
    11. Kansas State: Lots of JC additions to bolster the trenches and improve the Wildcats' team speed.
    12. Colorado: Questions about coach Dan Hawkins' future didn't help lure top in-state prospects or elite outsiders.

  2. dply

    dply Doble hoja Club Member

    Feb 14, 2008
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