Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Griffin
Wednesday is National Signing Day. To get ready, Dan McCarney of the San Antonio Express-News provided a detailed look at the recruiting in the 2004 South Division class.
It was the class of Graham Harrell and Adrian Peterson. Jason Smith and Brian Orakpo.
McCarney goes back to 2004 to see which prospects were surprises and which were disappointments. Interesting work on the story.
Here are some other recruiting stories across the Big 12 today.
Glenn Guilbeau of the Gannett News Service has a nice piece on how heralded wide receiver Rueben Randle has become a communal source of pride for his hometown of Bastrop, La.
Kyle Ringo of the Boulder Daily Camera writes of Colorado's recruiting improvements since Dan Hawkins has taken over.
Brian Christopherson of the Lincoln Journal-Star profiles running back Rex Burkhead of Plano, Texas -- one of the prime recruiting catches in Nebraska's upcoming class.
The Houston Chronicle's Sam Khan reports on several Big 12 recruits who are finding it difficult to stick with their original commitments.
The Oklahoman's Scott Wright writes of Oklahoma State's recent success recruiting inside the state of Oklahoma.
The practice of grayshirting, or delaying the arrival of a recruit by at least a semester, is examined by the Dallas Morning News' Chuck Carlton.