A look at the top recruits and graduate transfers set to arrive at their respective Big 12 schools during the summer.
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Florida State vs. Alabama, and Michigan at Florida are among the marquee matchups slated to air on the ESPN family of networks during Week 1 of the 2017-18 college football season.
From Oklahoma's Creed Humphrey, who's already earning praise from Bob Stoops, and across the Big 12, here are some names you should know for 2017.
Kansas State has the stability in its special teams to be ranked No. 1. How do the rest of the Big 12 teams fare after spring practice?
A look at the defensive back rankings in the Big 12, which is led by the Kansas State trio of D.J. Reed, Duke Shelley and Kendall Adams.
TCU's linebacker duo remains in the pole position to enter summer.
Coming out of spring, the Longhorns still rate as the conference's best defensive line for 2017. Which Big 12 teams are on their heels?
Quarterback Will Grier looked sharp in West Virginia's spring game and could make the Mountaineers a team to watch this fall.
Oklahoma's offensive line has eight returnees with starting experience, including the best lineman in the Big 12. That solidifies the top spot.
With spring practice done, we're updating our Big 12 position rankings. Here are the running backs, and West Virginia remains one of the best groups.
Philly could have a steal in Tyler Orlosky, Mel Kiper's third-ranked center going into the draft, who had a very productive career at West Virginia.
Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield and Oklahoma State's Mason Rudolph push their teams atop the Big 12 QB rankings; Will Grier looks good at West Virginia.
West Virginia has a new offensive coordinator, Jake Spavital, and his system will be run by a new quarterback, Florida transfer Will Grier.
The state of Oklahoma should feel good about its two Big 12 teams heading into the fall.
Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer
Good value for the Eagles to draft CB Rasul Douglas in the third round. He has the frame (6-foot-2, 209 pounds) and the length to play press-man. Plus, he can can find the ball. Aggressive in coverage. Physical vs. the run game.
Eagles pick CB Rasul Douglas at No. 99
Philadelphia added its second straight cornerback, taking the West Virginia product, a longer press corner who shows excellent range and the physicality to defend the run.
Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer
The Eagles follow up the Sidney Jones pick with another corner, West Virginia's Rasul Douglas. At 6-foot-2 and 209 pounds, Douglas has good length and excels at winning 50-50 balls. He had eight interceptions last season.
West Virginia safety Kyzir White has the physical skills to fit in with an NFL defense already.
Here's a look at the top players on each Big 12 roster for next year's NFL draft.
West Virginia will install a new high definition video board that will measure 3,616 square feet and be 37-feet high in the north end zone in time for the 2017 season. Here is a high-resolution rendering of what the video board will look like. The rendering is conceptual and subject to change. (Photo Courtesy: WVUSPORTS.com)
Elijah Battle is expected to step into Rasul Douglas' former role as West Virginia's top defender in coverage.
West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen hopes to take advantage of some newfound depth on the defensive line by keeping fresh bodies on the field.
We discuss the Big 12's need to make the College Football Playoff, Texas' lockers, Ishmail Wainwright playing football and "Chappelle's Show".
Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer
Dana Holgorsen, on new QB Will Grier: "He can make all the throws. It's exciting to have."