Our 2014 Big 12 recruiting draft concludes with Round 3. Earlier this afternoon we posted Round 1 and Round 2. 1. Kansas -- RB Donte Thomas-Williams Signed with: West Virginia Brandon Chatmon: I was tempted to go with WR Allen Lazard here but Thomas-Williams is just too tempting to pass up, particularly for a Jayhawks squad that is losing James Sims, a four-year mainstay at running back.
about 1412 days ago | ESPN.com staff | Texas Longhorns
BATON ROUGE, La. - National signing day isn't always dramatic, but this could be a memorable one at LSU. Between the half-dozen spots still available, the uncommitted heavyweights who are reportedly still considering the Tigers and the players who have already committed to LSU and recently considered other options, Les Miles and his staff have plenty of work to do before the end of the day Wednesday.
about 1505 days ago | David Ching | NCF On The Trail
The first weekend after the dead period was expected to be a wild one. It didn't disappoint. The Big 12 saw multiple players take official visits, and several players either announced their verbal commitments or flipped their pledges to different schools.
about 1520 days ago | Damon Sayles | NCF On The Trail
Charlie Strong has officially been named Mack Brown's successor at Texas. It's a move that appears to get thumbs up from many of his future athletes. As 2014 Texas recruits waited to hear who would be their future head coach, many of them were hoping for the right fit.
about 1535 days ago | Damon Sayles | NCF On The Trail
Being the Joneses has its perks. But when the Joneses can't live up to their own way of living, things can go awry very quickly. Manny Diaz found out just how quickly Sunday afternoon when he was relieved of his duties as Texas' defensive coordinator not even 24 hours after the Longhorns gave up a school-record 550 rushing yards and 679 total yards to BYU in an embarrassing 40-21 loss in Provo, Utah.
about 1654 days ago | William Wilkerson | NCF On The Trail
Here is a look at how each one of Texas' 2014 commitments faired this week: • ESPN 300 defensive end Derick Roberson (San Antonio, Texas/Brennan), the No. 8 DE in the country, helped Brennan shut out San Antonio Holmes 52-0 on Friday.
about 1660 days ago | William Wilkerson | NCF On The Trail