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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 Guest

    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.

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